|Based in||Badalona, Catalonia|
|Home stadium||Camp Municipal de Badalona|
|Head coach||Oscar Catalayud|
|LNFA titles||7 (1998, 1999, 2002−2004, 2014 & 2016)|
|Spain's Cup titles||2 (1999 & 2004)|
Three American football enthusiasts got together in Badalona on a December 1987's evening to found the team. They were Pere Moliner, first president of the team, Ramón Ventura and Italian Alfonso Genchi. The team was founded as Badalona Drags. They changed names to Badalona Dracs in 2004.
Just a few months later, the team was established and the first ever American football game played in Spain was set for March 19th, 1988. Badalona Dracs played Palermo Cardinals (Italy), with a score of 18-12 for the Italians.
Later on, the first organized league in Spain was created with the Dracs joining three other teams, L'Hospitalet Pioners, Barcelona Búfals and the defunct Barcelona Boxers. Badalona Dracs won the competition. It was just the first of many championships. Dracs has one of the best championship records in Spain, including 6 LNFA titles.
- Catalan League (1): 1988
- Catalan Cup (6): 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014