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Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa B

Cultural Leonesa B
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Full name Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa B, S.A.D.
Founded 1929
Dissolved 2010
Ground Estadio Puente Castro,
León, Spain
Ground Capacity 5,500
League Not registered
2009–10 3ª – Group 8, 20th
Home colours
Away colours

Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa B, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in León, in the autonomous community of Castile and León.

Founded in 1929, it was the reserve team of Cultural Leonesa until end of 2009–10 season when was disbanded.

History

Club names

  • Club de Fútbol Júpiter Leonés - (1929–1974)
  • Cultural Leonesa Promesas - (1974–1984)
  • Cultural de León - (1984–1994)
  • Cultural Leonesa B - (1994–2010)

Season to season

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1929–54 Regional
1953/54 10th
1954/55 11th
1955/56 3rd
1956/57 8th
1957/58 9th
1958/59 12th
1959/60 16th
1960/61 9th
1961/62 16th
1962/63 Regional
1963/64 9th
1964/65 12th
1965/66 12th
1966/67 9th
1967/68 9th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1968/69 17th
1969/70 18th
1970/71 Regional
1971/72 13th
1972–80 Regional
1980/81 13th
1981/82 10th
1982–85 Regional
1985/86 5th
1986/87 15th
1987/88 10th
1988/89 14th
1989/90 20th
1990/91 Regional
1991/92 4th
1992/93 13th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1993/94 16th
1994–97 Regional
1997/98 8th
1998/99 11th
1999/00 6th
2000/01 15th
2001/02 14th
2002/03 10th
2003/04 8th
2004/05 9th
2005/06 8th
2006/07 15th
2007/08 13th
2008/09 17th
2009/10 20th

  • 40 seasons in Tercera División

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
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