BM Alcobendas

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UCAM Alcobendas
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Full name Club Balonmano Alcobendas
Founded 1994
Arena Pabellón de los Sueños, Alcobendas,
Community of Madrid,
Spain
Capacity 1,000
President Spain Eric Selva
Head coach Spain M: Daniel Sánchez Nieves
Spain W: Félix García
League M: División de Plata
W: División de Honor
2013–14 M: División de Plata, 3rd /
W: División de Honor, 3rd
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Balonmano Alcobendas is a handball club based in Alcobendas, Madrid. BM Alcobendas plays in second-level of Spanish handball, División de Plata after of being relegated from Liga ASOBAL.

Alcobendas' women's team was 4th in the 2011–12 División de Honor, qualifying for EHF competitions for the first time.[1]

2012–13 squad's[edit]

Men's team[edit]

# Player Position Nation
1 Carlos Donderis Goalkeeper Spain
2 Ángel Castaño Wing Spain
3 César Beret Back Spain
4 Sergio Mellado Centre Spain
5 Sebastián Kramarz Pivot Spain
7 Markel Beltza Back Spain
8 Alejandro Márquez Back Spain
9 Manu Catalina Wing Spain
10 Nicolás López Back Spain
12 Ernesto Sánchez Goalkeeper Spain
13 Alberto Tejón Back Spain
15 Mikel Muñoz Wing Spain
16 Andrés Delgado Goalkeeper Spain
17 Ignacio Gimeno Wing Spain
20 Carlos Calle Goalkeeper Spain
21 Sergio García Pivot Spain
32 Adrián Prieto Back Spain
Gonzalo Carró Pivot Spain

Women's team[edit]

# Player Position Nation
3 Ana Ferrer Back Spain
5 Leire Aramendía Wing Spain
7 Eva Sánchez Back Spain
8 Isabel Sainer Back Spain
9 Silvia Arderius Centre Spain
10 Saray Prieto Back Spain
12 Maite Zugarrondo Goalkeeper Spain
13 Alba García Pivot Spain
14 Teresa Francés Wing Spain
16 Estela Carrera Goalkeeper Spain
18 Paula García Pivot Spain
33 Raquel Navas Wing Spain
46 Sara Lucas Wing Spain

Season by season[edit]

Men's team[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1994–95 3 Primera Nacional 5th (Group A)
1995–96 3 Primera Nacional 7th (Group C)
1996–97 3 Primera Nacional 4th (Group C)
1997–98 3 Primera Nacional 3rd (Group B)
1998–99 3 Primera Nacional 1st (Group A) Promoted
1999–00 2 Honor B 6th
2000–01 2 Honor B 7th
2001–02 2 Honor B 1st Promoted
2002–03 1 ASOBAL 15th Relegated
2003–04 2 Honor B 1st Promoted
Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
2004–05 1 ASOBAL 12th
2005–06 1 ASOBAL 15th Relegated
2006–07 2 Honor B 4th
2007–08 2 Honor B 1st Promoted
2008–09 1 ASOBAL 14th
2009–10 1 ASOBAL 9th
2010–11 1 ASOBAL 16th Relegated
2011–12 2 Plata 9th
2012–13 2 Plata 5th / SF
2013–14 2 Plata 3rd /

Women's team[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
2005–06 2 Primera Nacional 5th (Group C)
2006–07 2 Primera Nacional 2nd (Group C)
2007–08 2 Primera Nacional 1st (Group C) Promoted
2008–09 1 Honor 10th
2009–10 1 Honor 9th
2010–11 1 Honor 10th
2011–12 1 Honor 4th
2012–13 1 Honor 4th
2013–14 1 Honor 3rd

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