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CE Alaior

Alaior
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Full name Club Esportiu Alaior
Founded 1934
Ground Los Pinos, Alaior,
Balearic Islands, Spain
Ground Capacity 2,500
Chairman Antonio Alzina
Manager Ramón Melià
League Regional Preferente de Menorca
2012–13 Regional Preferente de Menorca, 4th
Home colours
Away colours

Club Esportiu Alaior is a Spanish football team based in Alaior, Minorca, in the autonomous community of Balearic Islands. Founded in 1934, it plays in Regional Preferente, holding home games at Estadio Los Pinos, with a capacity of 2,500 seats.

History

Alaior is one of several teams that have played most seasons in the fourth division, appearing a total of 47 seasons in the category.

The club has never qualified for the promotion playoffs to the third level since those were introduced in 1991. Their highest position was second, in the 1989–90 season.

Season to season

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1934–54 4 Regional
1954/55 3 5th
1955/56 3 3rd
1956/57 3 12th
1957/58 3 12th
1958/59 3 11th
1959/60 3 12th
1960/61 3 13th
1961/62 3 4th
1962/63 3 6th
1963/64 3 7th
1964/65 3 9th
1965/66 3 9th
1966/67 3 9th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1967/68 3 12th
1968–80 5 Regional
1979/80 4 18th
1980/81 4 16th
1981/82 4 14th
1982/83 4 13th
1983/84 4 9th
1984/85 4 11th
1985/86 4 16th
1986/87 4 7th
1987/88 4 5th
1988/89 4 3rd
1989/90 4 2nd
1990/91 4 5th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1991/92 4 11th
1992/93 4 7th
1993/94 4 15th
1994/95 4 15th
1995/96 4 16th
1996/97 4 15th
1997/98 4 10th
1998/99 4 7th
1999/00 4 14th
2000/01 4 12th
2001/02 4 13th
2002/03 4 7th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2003/04 4 17th
2004/05 4 16th
2005/06 4 14th
2006/07 4 14th
2007/08 4 16th
2008/09 4 13th
2009/10 4 13th
2010/11 4 17th
2011/12 4 20th
2012/13 5 Reg. Pref. 4th
2013/14 5 Reg. Pref.

  • 47 seasons in Tercera División

Notable former players

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
  • Futbolme.com profile (Spanish)
  • ffib.es profile (Spanish)
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