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CD Logroñés

Full name Club Deportivo Logroñés, S.A.D.
Founded 1940
Dissolved 2009
Ground Las Gaunas, Logroño,
La Rioja, Spain
Ground Capacity 16,000
Chairman Juan Hortelano
League None
2008–09 3ª – Group 16, (R)

Club Deportivo Logroñés, S.A.D. was a Spanish football team based in Logroño, in the autonomous community of La Rioja. Founded in 1940, it last played in Regional Preferente de La Rioja.

Due to financial problems, the club who appeared in nine La Liga seasons was replaced by UD Logroñés and SD Logroñés.


After Club Deportivo Logroño, the new Club Deportivo Logroñés saw the light of day after the Civil War, on 30 May 1940. Until 1950, it played in Tercera División, after which it achieved a second level promotion.

After falling short of reaching the top flight in 1952, Logroñés fluctuated between various levels of Spanish football. On 14 June 1987, already promoted Valencia CF visited Estadio Las Gaunas, and were defeated 1–0, as the Riojans gained first division rights for the first time ever.

In 1989–90, the team finished an all-time best seventh, just two points short of a UEFA Cup qualification, and would remain in the top level until 1997, save for a short return to level two in 1995–96, after it finished last the previous season with just 13 points.

After a double relegation in 1999–2000 (on the pitch and off it[1]), it quickly returned to the third level, but new and worse economic problems arose, and the club was again relegated to Tercera in July 2004.[2]

At the end of 2007–08, Logroñés returned once more to the fourth division due to its substantial salary commitments, in spite of the club's 13th place finish in the season. Financial troubles continued into the first weeks of 2009, as only nine players took the field for its 4 January 2009 match against CD Arnedo, in protest against still overdue payments.

This was Logroñés' last match in the competition, as the side did not present itself at all for the next match, against CD Tedeón,[3] and were therefore retired from the competition, being consequently relegated to Regional Preferente de La Rioja by the Royal Spanish Football Federation.

Season to season

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1940/41 4th
1943/44 1st
1944/45 4th
1945/46 2nd
1946/47 3rd
1947/48 4th
1948/49 4th
1949/50 2nd
1950/51 10th
1951/52 2nd
1952/53 5th
1953/54 10th
1954/55 5th
1955/56 16th
1956/57 17th
1957/58 3rd
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1958/59 1st
1959/60 4th
1960/61 6th
1961/62 2nd
1962/63 3rd
1963/64 3rd
1964/65 4th
1965/66 1st
1966/67 15th
1967/68 8th
1968/69 3rd
1969/70 1st
1970/71 15th
1971/72 6th
1972/73 17th
1973/74 3rd
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1974/75 3rd
1975/76 2nd
1976/77 13th
1977/78 1st
1978/79 2ªB 11th
1979/80 2ªB 10th
1980/81 2ªB 6th
1981/82 2ªB 5th
1982/83 2ªB 7th
1983/84 2ªB 2nd
1984/85 6th
1985/86 16th
1986/87 2nd
1987/88 13th
1988/89 14th
1989/90 7th
1990/91 10th
1991/92 10th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1992/93 15th
1993/94 16th
1994/95 20th
1995/96 2nd
1996/97 22nd
1997/98 18th
1998/99 16th
1999/00 20th[4]
2000/01 1st
2001/02 2ªB 10th
2002/03 2ªB 3rd
2003/04 2ªB 15th[4]
2004/05 3rd
2005/06 2nd
2006/07 2ªB 14th
2007/08 2ªB 13th[4]
2008/09 (R)

Famous coaches

see also Category:CD Logroñés managers


  1. ^ Mérida y Logroñés descienden por deudas con sus jugadores (Mérida and Logroñés relegated for debts to players) (Spanish)
  2. ^ El Logroñés, en la calle (Logroñés, in the streets) (Spanish)
  3. ^ Un gran VACÍO en la historia del Logroñés (A great VOID in Logroñés' history) (Spanish)
  4. ^ a b c Relegated due to financial difficulties

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
  • Documentation Project of CD Logroñés (Spanish)
  • Unofficial fansite (Spanish)
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