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CD San Fernando

San Fernando
Full name Club Deportivo San Fernando
Founded 1943
Dissolved 2009
Ground Bahía Sur, San Fernando,
Andalusia, Spain
Ground Capacity 12,000
2008–09 2ªB – Group 4, 17th

Club Deportivo San Fernando was a Spanish football team based in San Fernando, Cádiz, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1943 it was dissolved on 16 June 2009, due a 2 million debt.[1] The club's home ground was Estadio Bahía Sur, with a capacity of 12,000 seats.


  • History 1
  • Season to season 2
  • Last squad (2008–09) 3
  • Famous players 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


CD San Fernando was founded originally by a Cantabrian immigrant, after a merger of three teams from the city: San Fernando FC, Atlético San Fernando and CD Arsenal. During the 60's, it became one of Andalusia's most important clubs, going on to play ten straight seasons in Segunda División the first being 1954–55 after dispatching Real Murcia in the playoffs: in 1957–58 it finished a best-ever sixth, only two points behind second-placed CD Tenerife, leaving the category with a total of 426 goals scored.

After years of competing mainly in Tercera División – in 1977 Segunda División B was created as the new third division – San Fernando was dissolved in 2009.[2] As with most clubs that disappear due to financial difficulties, a new club emerged from the ashes, being named San Fernando CD.

Season to season

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1946/47 5th
1947/48 11th
1949/50 6th
1950/51 5th
1951/52 9th
1952/53 11th
1953/54 2nd
1954/55 13th
1955/56 13th
1956/57 14th
1957/58 6th
1958/59 12th
1959/60 9th
1960/61 11th
1961/62 14th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1962/63 12th
1963/64 15th
1964/65 8th
1965/66 4th
1966/67 7th
1967/68 5th
1968/69 11th
1969/70 12th
1972/73 13th
1973/74 4th
1974/75 7th
1975/76 3rd
1976/77 13th
1977/78 2nd
1978/79 1st
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1979/80 2ªB 8th
1980/81 2ªB 17th
1981/82 2ªB 12th
1982/83 2ªB 19th
1984/85 19th
1985/86 8th
1986/87 11th
1987/88 2nd
1988/89 9th
1989/90 6th
1990/91 11th
1991/92 18th
1992/93 3rd
1993/94 3rd
1994/95 2ªB 17th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1995/96 1st
1996/97 7th
1997/98 2nd
1998/99 4th
1999/00 2nd
2000/01 2ªB 12th
2001/02 2ªB 19th
2002/03 13th
2003/04 4th
2004/05 7th
2005/06 2nd
2006/07 4th
2007/08 1st
2008/09 2ªB 17th

Last squad (2008–09)

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Raúl Iglesias
2 DF Germán
3 DF Juanje
5 DF Wicha
6 DF Merino
7 FW Iván Guerrero
8 MF Marco
9 FW Quini
10 MF Canito
11 FW Puli
13 GK Jesús
No. Position Player
14 MF Porto
15 MF Marchiori
16 DF Selu
17 MF Regino
18 MF Javi Casares
19 FW Lionnel Franck
20 MF Casabella
21 MF Gato
25 GK Lorente
26 MF Pedrito
-- GK Sergio (injured)

Famous players


  1. ^ )AndaluzaLos socios deciden empezar de cero y comprar la plaza del Unión Sporting en Andaluza (Associates decide to wipe the slate clean, buying Unión Sporting's berth in ; Andalucía Información, 29 May 2009 (Spanish)
  2. ^ team's associates vote for the club's refounding, with 82% of votes in favour)AzulinoLos socios del equipo azulino aprueban con el 82% de los votos refundar el club (The ; Andalucía Información, 17 June 2009 (Spanish)

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
  • Unofficial website (Spanish)

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