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UE Engordany

UE Engordany
logo
Full name Unió Esportiva Engordany
Founded 2001
Ground DEVK-Arena
Sant Julià de Lòria Andorra
Ground Capacity 900
Chairman Gonzalo Donzion
Manager Joaquin Zurdo
League Segona Divisió
2012-2013 8th (relegated)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

UE Engordany is an Andorran football and basketball club based in Escaldes-Engordany their plays in Campionat de Lliga.

History

UE Engordany was founded in the city of Escaldes-Engordany in 2001.

In the 2006/07 season they finished 3rd in the 2nd division. Because FC Santa Coloma's B Team, who finished 2nd, was not eligible for the first division, they went into play-offs against 7th from the 1st division, FC Encamp. By winning 2-1 at home (goals by Rubén & Joan Marc) and drawing 3-3 in the away game, they were promoted to the best league for the 2007/08 season. That resulted in a 7th place which meant relegation play-offs against UE Extremenya. After losing 2-3 at home the away game was won 3-0. Thereby the club remains in the premier andorran league for the 2008/09 season. Although in the 2012/13 season UE Engordany suffer the relegation to the 2nd division after finishing 8th in the regular season.

Honours

Football

Basketball

  • Lliga Andorrana de Bàsquet: (2)
    • 2010–11, 2011–12
  • Copa LAB: (1)
    • 2012

Current squad

As of October, 2011.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Andorra GK Iván Monteagudo
2 Andorra DF Rúbem Adame
3 Slovakia DF Marian Zemen (on loan from Granada 74)
4 Portugal DF Ricardo Astroga (on loan from Granada 74)
5 Andorra DF Abel Aguirre
8 Brazil MF Peixinho
9 Andorra FW Alex Izquierdo (on loan from Santa Coloma)
No. Position Player
10 Andorra MF Genís García (on loan from Santa Coloma)
11 Andorra MF Jose Torresco
13 Andorra GK Francisco Jose-Rúben
15 Andorra MF Armando Romero
99 Netherlands FW Fouad Makhout (captain)
Andorra GK Jordi Bertran
Andorra DF Eric Rodríguez

External links

  • Club profile at UEFA
  • Club profile on Weltfussball
  • Club profile on Transfermarkt
  • Club profile on Football-Lineups
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