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Caudal Deportivo

Caudal
Full name Caudal Deportivo
Founded 1918
Ground Hermanos Antuña, Mieres,
Asturias, Spain
Ground Capacity 7,500
Chairman Roberto Ardura
Manager Iván Ania
League 3ª – Group 2
2014–15 2nd

Caudal Deportivo is a Spanish football team based in Mieres, in the autonomous community of Asturias. Founded in 1918 it plays in Tercera División – Group 2, holding home matches at Estadio Hermanos Antuña (built in 1951), with a capacity of 7,500 spectators (1,500 seated).

Contents

  • History 1
  • Season to season 2
  • Honours 3
  • Famous players 4
  • External links 5

History

In 1914 Sporting de Mieres was founded, without any link to the Football Federation, and the club disappeared four years later, demoralized by the constant losses. That same year, after a draw to choose the name, Racing Club de Mieres was created, with the team being renamed Caudal Deportivo de Mieres after the Spanish Civil War, as all foreign denominations were forbidden.

In 1946 Caudal first reached the third division, promoting to the second five years later – the Segunda División B category would only see the light of day in the late 70's. Starting in 1980 and with the exception of one year, the club would spend the following 18 seasons in the fourth level, then play seven out of eight years in the third, being relegated back in 2004.

Caudal won its group in the 2009–10 season – it had already finished first in 2006–07, albeit without promotion – and returned to division three after defeating Jumilla CF in the playoffs. At the end of the 2012–13 campaign, again in the third tier and just one year after promoting, it managed to qualify for the promotion playoffs after the fourth place in the regular season.

Season to season

Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1946/47 3 8th
1947/48 3 5th
Second round
1948/49 3 9th
First round
1949/50 3 1st
1950/51 3 2nd
1951/52 2 8th
1952/53 2 10th
First round
1953/54 2 12th
1954/55 2 13th
1955/56 2 4th
1956/57 2 11th
1957/58 2 15th
1958/59 3 2nd
1959/60 3 1st
1960/61 3 6th
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1961/62 3 3rd
1962/63 3 1st
1963/64 3 1st
1964/65 3 3rd
1965/66 3 3rd
1966/67 3 2nd
1967/68 3 5th
1968/69 3 17th
1969/70 3 4th
First round
1970/71 3 11th
First round
1971/72 3 12th
1972/73 3 10th
Second round
1973/74 3 16th
Second round
1974/75 3 19th
First round
1975/76 4 Reg. Pref. 1st
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1976/77 3 8th
First round
1977/78 3 2ªB 16th
First round
1978/79 3 2ªB 20th
First round
1979/80 4 3rd
First round
1980/81 4 3rd
First round
1981/82 4 12th
First round
1982/83 4 8th
1983/84 4 1st
1984/85 4 8th
Second round
1985/86 4 2nd
1986/87 4 1st
First round
1987/88 3 2ªB 18th
Third round
1988/89 4 3rd
First round
1989/90 4 4th
1990/91 4 1st
Second round
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1991/92 4 2nd
Fourth round
1992/93 4 1st
Second round
1993/94 4 1st
First round
1994/95 4 1st
Second round
1995/96 4 4th
1996/97 4 3rd
1997/98 3 2ªB 15th
First round
1998/99 3 2ªB 16th
1999/00 3 2ªB 14th
2000/01 3 2ªB 9th
2001/02 3 2ªB 19th
2002/03 4 1st
2003/04 3 2ªB 19th
First round
2004/05 4 7th
2005/06 4 5th
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
2006/07 4 1st
2007/08 4 7th
First round
2008/09 4 7th
2009/10 4 1st
2010/11 3 2ªB 16th
Second round
2011/12 4 1st
2012/13 3 2ªB 4th
Second round
2013/14 3 2ªB 16th Second round
2014/15 4 2nd
2015/16 4

Honours

Famous players

Note: this list includes players that have played at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
  • Futbolme team profile (Spanish)
  • Unofficial website (Spanish)
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