Atlético Boadilla FS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Gervasport Boadilla
Atlético Boadilla FS.png
Full name Atlético Boadilla Fútbol Sala
Nickname(s) --
Founded 1991
Dissolved 2004
Ground Pabellón Municipal,
Boadilla del Monte,
Community of Madrid, Spain
Ground Capacity 1,400
Chairman Spain Hugo Alonso
Manager Spain Paulino Rentero
2003–04 División de Honor, 11th

Atlético Boadilla Fútbol Sala was a futsal club based in Boadilla del Monte, city of the Community of Madrid.

Her pavilion was Pabellón Municipal with capacity of 1,400 seaters.

The main sponsor in its history was Gervasport.

The team played in many localities before its arrival to Boadilla del Monte.

History[edit]

  • The club was founded in 1991 as Club Deportivo Atlanta, and initially, the team played its matches in the Hortaleza neighborhood (Madrid). After a transfer to Algete municipality, the club was finally resettled in Boadilla del Monte. In 2004, the club was merged with CFS Las Rozas to form UD Las Rozas Boadilla, playing its matches in Las Rozas.

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Place Copa de España
1998/99 D. Plata 5th
1999/00 D. Plata 6th
2000/01 D. Plata 1st
2001/02 D. Honor 8th
2002/03 D. Honor 6th
2003/04 D. Honor 11th

External links[edit]