AD Alcorcón

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Full name Agrupación Deportiva Alcorcón SAD
Nickname(s) Los Alfareros (The Potters)
Founded 1971
Ground Santo Domingo, Alcorcón,
Madrid, Spain
Ground Capacity 6,000
Owner Roland Duchâtelet
Chairman Ignacio Legido [1]
Head coach Cosmin Contra
League Segunda División
2015–16 Segunda División, 7th
Website Club home page
Current season

Agrupación Deportiva Alcorcón SAD is a Spanish football team based in Alcorcón, in the autonomous community of Madrid. Founded in 1971, it currently plays in Segunda División, holding home matches at the Municipal de Santo Domingo, with a 6,000 seat capacity.


Logo of the club until 2016.

Founded in 1971 by Dionisio Muñoz Jerez, Alcorcón spent roughly its first 30 years of existence in between the fourth division and the regional leagues. In 2000–01, it made its Segunda División B debut, finishing in 12th place, and spending the following seasons immersed in mid-table positions.

In 2008–09, a third place in the regular season meant Alcorcón was allowed to appear in the promotion play-offs for the first time in its history. After disposing of Sant Andreu and Alcoyano, the club was ousted by Real Unión of Irun in the final round with a 3–1 aggregate scoreline.

2009–10 Copa del Rey[edit]

Main article: Alcorconazo

On 27 October 2009, Alcorcón secured the most famous victory in its history after it defeated La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid 4–0 at home in the first leg of its round-of-32 match in the Copa del Rey.[2] In the club's first ever official match against a team from the top flight, its opponent fielded nine international players in its starting eleven: Jerzy Dudek, Álvaro Arbeloa, Raúl Albiol, Christoph Metzelder, Royston Drenthe, Mahamadou Diarra, Guti, Esteban Granero, Raúl, Rafael van der Vaart and Karim Benzema, with Ruud van Nistelrooy, Fernando Gago and Marcelo appearing as substitutes in the second-half.[3]

On 10 November, in the second leg at the Santiago Bernabéu, the club lost 1–0, but won 4–1 on aggregate, thereby going through to the next round of 16,[4] where the club was ousted by Racing de Santander, 2–3 on aggregate.


Following the Alcorconazo, in the 2009–10 season, Alcorcón was finally promoted to level two after defeating Pontevedra (3–0 on aggregate) and Ontinyent (4–3 on aggregate) in the promotion play-offs. Since the club is in the second tier, the club played twice the promotion play-offs being defeated by Real Valladolid in the final of the 2012 edition and by Girona in the semi-finals of the 2013 edition.


Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1971–72 6 3ª Regional 1st
1972–73 5 2ª Regional 1st
1973–74 5 1ª Regional 2nd
1974–75 4 Regional 4th
1975–76 4 Regional 3rd
1976–77 4 Regional 5th
1977–78 4 19th First round
1978–79 5 Regional 1st
1979–80 4 3rd Second round
1980–81 4 5th First round
1981–82 4 9th Second round
1982–83 4 12th
1983–84 4 9th
1984–85 4 4th
1985–86 4 10th Third round
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
1986–87 4 17th
1987–88 4 19th
1988–89 5 Regional 3rd
1989–90 5 Regional 1st
1990–91 4 19th
1991–92 5 Regional 10th
1992–93 5 Regional 1st
1993–94 4 16th
1994–95 4 21st
1995–96 5 Regional 3rd
1996–97 5 Regional 2nd
1997–98 4 20th
1998–99 5 Regional 1st
1999–00 4 5th
2000–01 3 2ªB 12th
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
2001–02 3 2ªB 16th
2002–03 3 2ªB 7th
2003–04 3 2ªB 10th First round
2004–05 3 2ªB 11th
2005–06 3 2ªB 7th
2006–07 3 2ªB 11th
2007–08 3 2ªB 14th
2008–09 3 2ªB 3rd
2009–10 3 2ªB 1st Round of 16
2010–11 2 9th Round of 32
2011–12 2 4th Round of 16
2012–13 2 5th Third round
2013–14 2 9th Round of 16
2014–15 2 11th Second round
2015–16 2 7th Second round
Season Level Division Place Copa del Rey
2016–17 2

Current squad[edit]

The numbers are established according to the official website: and

As of 26 July 2016

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

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Marko Dmitrović
2 Argentina DF Fede Vega
3 Spain DF Fernando Román
4 Spain DF Rafa Páez
5 Romania DF Răzvan Ochiroșii
6 Spain DF Chema Rodríguez
7 Spain FW David Rodríguez
9 Spain MF Samu Delgado (on loan from Albacete)
10 Spain MF Juan José Collantes
11 Spain FW Álvaro Giménez
13 Spain GK Dani Jiménez
14 Spain MF Álvaro Rey
No. Position Player
15 Spain MF Manuel Sánchez
16 Spain DF Carlos Bellvís
18 Spain MF Daniel Toribio
19 Spain MF Iván Alejo
20 Spain MF Sergio Aguza
21 Spain FW Óscar Plano
22 Portugal DF Nélson
23 Spain DF Iván González
24 Spain FW Luis Fernández
Spain DF David Navarro
Spain MF Tropi (on loan from Valencia)
Argentina FW Carlos Luque (on loan from Internacional)

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Spain DF Adrián Jiménez (at Toledo until 30 June 2017)
Spain MF Luis Milla (at Fuenlabrada until 30 June 2017)
Spain MF Víctor Pastrana (at Ponferradina until 30 June 2017)


Reserve team[edit]


External links[edit]