AD Ferroviaria

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Ferroviaria
AD Ferroviaria.png
Full name Agrupación Deportiva Ferroviaria
Nickname(s) La Ferro
Founded 1918
Dissolved 2007
Ground Ernesto Cotorruelo,
Madrid, Spain
League 2º Aficionados
2006–07 2º Aficionados, ¿?

Agrupación Deportiva Ferroviaria was a football team based in Madrid, in the Community of Madrid. Founded in 1918, the last season (2006/07) the team played in 2ª Aficionados.

Season to seasons[edit]

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1932/33 4th
1933/34 1st
1939/40 2nd
1940/41 2nd
1941/42 7th
1942/43 7th
1943/44 8th
1944/45 7th
1945/46 5th
1946/47 4th
1947/48 13th
from 1948-49 Regional
to 2006-07 Regional
2005/06 2ª Afic. 5th
2006/07 2ª Afic. 6th
2007/08 2ª Afic. (R)

Uniform[edit]

Soccer Field Transparant.svg

1.
Arnedo
3.
Risco
4.
Elvira
2.
Rodríguez
5.
De Santiago
7.
Morón
8.
Arias
6.
Cebrián
9.
Burgos
10.
Felipe
11.
Asensio
Ferroviaria 20's
Ferroviaria 90's

Famous players[edit]

Famous Coaches[edit]

Chairmans[edit]

Name From To
Spain Mr. Martín 1918 1920
Spain ¿? 1920 ...

Stadiums[edit]

He started playing in the field of Vallehermoso until the year 1920, which opened Las Delicias. During the 50s, it did in the field of Gas CF, was the last field Ernesto Cotorruelo.

Honours[edit]

  • Copa Luzán
  • Campeón de Castilla y de España de aficionados