BM Valladolid

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Cuatro Rayas Valladolid
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Full name Club Balonmano Valladolid
Nickname(s)

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Founded 1991
Dissolved 2014
Arena Huerta del Rey, Valladolid,
Castile and León,
Spain
Capacity 3,500
President Spain Óscar Simón
Head coach Spain Nacho González
League División de Plata
2013–14 Liga ASOBAL, 15th – relegated

Club Balonmano Valladolid was a Spanish handball team based in Valladolid, Castilla and León.

History[edit]

Club Balonmano Valladolid was founded in the 1991 summer when acquired the ACD Michelin' seat.[1] Michelin was founded in 1975 by the own company's employees. In the 1991 summer, Michelin suffered serious economic troubles that ended with the club's history. Later, BM Valladolid bought the Michelin's seat.

After its relegation from the 2013–14 Liga ASOBAL, BM Valladolid announced it would be dissolved.[2] Later, the club was re-founded as Atlético Valladolid and pleyd in División de Plata.

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Current squad 2013/14[edit]

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Notable former players[edit]

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