|Full name||Club Deportivo Cudillero|
|Founded||1950 (reformed in 2002)|
|Ground||La Roja, Cudillero,
|League||3ª – Group 2|
|2011–12||3ª – Group 2, 10th|
Club Deportivo Cudillero was a Spanish football team based in Cudillero, in the autonomous community of Asturias. Founded in 1950 and refounded in 2002, it held its home games at Estadio La Roja, which has a capacity of 2,000 spectators.
Cudillero was founded in 1950 and reformed in 2002 after disappearing in 1979.
On 10 October 2014, the club board communicated to the Royal Asturias Football Federation the club would not play the game of the round 8 of 2014–15 Tercera División against Caudal Deportivo, due to the non-payments to players and coaches. One week later, the club announced it would retire from the competition and it would be dissolved.
- CD Cudillero (1950–77)
- CD Marino de Cudillero (1980–92, refounded in 2014)
- CD Pixueto (1994–2000)
- CD Cudillero (2002–2014)
Season to season
- 9 seasons in Tercera División
- El Cudillero se acerca otro poco más al abismo; El Comercio, 11 October 2014
- Comunicado oficial de la RFFPA sobre la retirada del C.D. Cudillero; Royal Asturian Football Federation, 16 October 2014 (Spanish)
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