|Full name||Club Atlético Marbella|
|Ground||Estadio Municipal, Marbella,
|League||2ªB – Group 4|
|1996–97||2ªB – Group 4, 20th|
Club Atlético Marbella was a Spanish football team based in Marbella, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1947 and dissolved in 1997, it was also the reserve team of CD Málaga for a time.
Atlético Marbella had its heyday in the mid-1990s, with four consecutive appearances in the second division, having spent the vast majority of its early existence in the third (after Segunda División B was created in 1977, it became the fourth level) and the regional leagues.
Until 1995 the club was owned by Jesús Gil, a controversial businessman and also mayor of Marbella, as well as the chairman of Atlético Madrid. Subsequently, he sold it to Slobodan "Boban" Petrović, an entrepreneur from Serbia.
Finally, in 1997, CA Marbella disappeared, due to the many debts contracted in previous seasons.
- Atlético Marbella – (1947–97)
- UD Marbella – (1997–currently)
Season to season
- "Gil vende el Atlético Marbella" [Gil sells Atlético Marbella] (in Spanish). El Mundo. Retrieved 4 June 2009.
- "Pilar Ramírez intervino judicialmente el Marbella en 1995 a petición de Gil" [Pilar Ramírez took legal action against Marbella in 1995 at Gil's request] (in Spanish). El País. 6 January 2000. Retrieved 4 June 2009.