Independiente RC

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Bathco Rugby
Independiente Rugby Club badge.jpg
Full name Independiente Rugby Club
Nickname(s) Verdes (greens)
Founded 1971
Location Santander, Cantabria, Spain
Ground(s) Mies de Cozada (Capacity: 1,500)
President Spain José Luis Marquínez
Coach(es) Argentina Tristán Moziman
Spain Nemesio Ochoa Oceja
Captain(s) Argentina Conrado Chiappero
Spain Gabriel Menocal
Spain Iván Peña
League(s) División de Honor
2013–14 División de Honor, 4th / SF
Team kit
Official website
www.independienterugbyclub.eu

Independiente Rugby Club, also known as BathCo Rugby for sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish amateur rugby union club based in the Cantabrian city of Santander. The club was established in 1971 and the present season 2013-14 competes in División de Honor; the top Spanish league competition for rugby union clubs. Independiente plays its home matches at the Mies de Cozada, a multi-use stadium in San Román de la Llanilla. The team traditionally plays in green and white colours.

Club honours[edit]

Independente is the most successful rugby club of Cantabria. The team has played three seasons in the División de Honor (1978–79, 1979–80 and 2013-14), two seasons in División de Honor B (2003–04 and 2011–12), 25 seasons in Primera Nacional and 1 season in Segunda Nacional.

Spanish tournaments:

  • Copa del Rey:
    • Runners-up: 2013–14
  • División de Honor B: 1
    • Champions: 2012-13 (group 1)
  • Primera Nacional: 6
    • Champions: 1980-81 (group VI), 1981-82 (group XII), 1998-99 (group A), 2000-01 (group A), 2002–03, 2010-11 (group B)
    • Runners-up: 1999-2000 (group A), 2001–02 (group B), 2005-06 (group B), 2009-10 (group B)
  • Segunda Nacional: 1
    • Champions: 1982-83 (group X)

Cantabrian tournaments:

  • Regional League: 2
    • Champions: 1971-72, 1974–75

In 2012–13 season played in División de Honor B finishing in 1st position in Group A, qualifying for promotion playoffs. On 5 May, 2013, Bathco Independiente won Alcobendas in the promotion playoffs achieving the promotion to División de Honor 2013–14 after a long spell in minor divisions.[1] Its last season in División de Honor was 1979–80 season.

2014–15 season standings[edit]

División de Honor — 2014/15 season
Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost PF PA TB LB
1º. Santboiana 53 12 11 0 1 433 202 9 0
2º. VRAC 49 12 10 0 2 323 234 7 2
3º. El Salvador 47 12 10 0 2 354 181 6 1
4º. Cisneros 44 12 9 0 3 391 240 8 0
5º. Independiente 34 12 7 0 5 295 267 4 2
6º. Gernika 27 12 5 1 6 252 310 3 2
7º. Ordizia 23 12 5 0 7 272 284 2 1
8º. CRC 21 12 4 1 7 184 293 1 2
9º. Vigo 21 12 3 1 8 219 336 3 4
10º. Getxo 19 12 4 0 8 237 330 1 2
11º. Barcelona 15 12 1 1 10 261 320 3 6
12º. Hernani 6 12 1 0 11 162 386 0 2

Source: Federación Española de Rugby

Qualified for championship playoff semi-finals
Qualified for championship playoff quarter-finals
Relegation playoff
Relegated

Season by season[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1976–77 2 Primera Nacional 5th
1977–78 2 Primera Nacional 6th Promoted
1978–79 1 División de Honor 6th
1979–80 1 División de Honor 8th Relegated
1980–81 2 Primera Nacional 1st
1981–82 2 Primera Nacional 1st
1982–83 3 Segunda Nacional 1st
1983–84 2 Primera Nacional 7th
1984–85 3 Segunda Nacional
1985–86 3 Segunda Nacional
1986–87 2 Primera Nacional 9th
1987–88 3 Segunda Nacional
1988–89 2 Primera Nacional 7th
1989–90 2 Primera Nacional 9th
1990–91 3 Segunda Nacional
1991–92 3 Segunda Nacional
1992–93 2 Primera Nacional 12th
1993–94 3 Segunda Nacional
1994–95 2 Primera Nacional 5th
1995–96 2 Primera Nacional 6th
Season Tier Division Pos. Notes
1996–97 2 Primera Nacional 4th
1997–98 2 Primera Nacional 3rd
1998–99 3 Primera Nacional 1st
1999–00 3 Primera Nacional 2nd
2000–01 3 Primera Nacional 1st
2001–02 3 Primera Nacional 2nd
2002–03 3 Primera Nacional 1st Promoted
2003–04 2 División de Honor B 9th Relegated
2004–05 3 Primera Nacional 6th
2005–06 3 Primera Nacional 2nd
2006–07 3 Primera Nacional 4th
2007–08 3 Primera Nacional 5th
2008–09 3 Primera Nacional 6th
2009–10 3 Primera Nacional 2nd
2010–11 3 Primera Nacional 1st Promoted
2011–12 2 División de Honor B 4th
2012–13 2 División de Honor B 1st Promoted
2013–14 1 División de Honor 4th / SF Cup runner-up
2014–15 1 División de Honor

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bathco Independiente achieves a historical promotion El Diario Montañés, 5 May, 2013

External links[edit]