CD Transportes Alcaine

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Prainsa Zaragoza
CD Transportes Alcaine logo.png
Full name Club Deportivo Transportes Alcaine
Founded 2002
Ground Estadio Pedro Sancho,
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Spain Carmelo Alcaine
Manager Spain Alberto Berna
League Primera División
2014–15 14th

CD Transportes Alcaine, known as CD Prainsa Zaragoza for sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish women's football team from Zaragoza playing in Primera División.


CD Transportes Alcaine was founded in 2002 after carrier company Transportes Alcaine bought Inter Aragón, which played in the lower categories. By 2005 the new team reached Superliga Femenina, Spain's top league.[1] After Grupo Prainsa became the main sponsor in 2007, the team consolidated itself in the first half of the table.

In 2009 they enjoyed their best season to date, ending 5th and playing the 2009 Copa de la Reina final. In subsequent seasons the team has ranged between the 6th and 9th positions, but in 2013 they reached their second Cup final. They lost both by a 4 goals margin - 1-5 to RCD Espanyol in 2009 and 0-4 to FC Barcelona in 2013.[2]

Season Div. Pos. Copa de la Reina
2002-03 (Gr. A) 07th
2003-04 (Gr. A) 04th
2004-05 (Gr. A) 01st
2005-06 12th
2006-07 12th
2007-08 08th Semifinals
2008-09 05th Runner-up
2009-10 06th Quarter-finals
2010-11 06th Quarter-finals
2011-12 09th
2012-13 07th Finalist
2013-14 012th
2014-15 013th

Current squad[edit]

Alcaine was 2011 WPS MVP Verónica Boquete's first team in the top tier

As of 6 December 2014 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Patricia Larque
Spain GK Esther Sullastres
Spain DF Marta Reyes Altarriba
Spain DF Sandra Bernal
Spain DF Natalia Cebolla
Spain DF Lucía Fuertes
Spain DF Lara Mata
Spain DF Silvia Ruíz
Spain MF Alba Aznar
Spain MF Claudia Cebollada
Argentina MF Mariela Coronel
Spain MF Clara Martínez
Portugal MF Ritinha Oliveira
No. Position Player
Spain FW Marta Cardona
Spain FW Nuria Mallada
Senegal FW Mamy N'Diaye
Spain FW Sara Sanaú
Mexico FW Mely Solís
Spain DF Carol Morales
Spain DF Ana Sáenz de Pipaón
Spain MF Laura Palomino
Spain MF Marta Raposo
Spain MF Teresa Rey
Spain MF Silvia Sánchez
Spain FW Naima García

Former internationals[edit]