CE Sabadell (women)

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CE Sabadell (women)
CE Sabadell FC logo.svg
Full name Centre d'Esports Sabadell Futbol Club, S.A.D. (women)
Nickname(s) Arlequinades
Founded 1982
Ground Poliesportiu Olímpia, Sabadell
Catalonia, Spain
Chairman Spain Joan Soteras
Manager Spain Óscar Quintana
League Preferent catalana
2015–16 1st

CE Sabadell (femení) is the women's football team of CE Sabadell. It is the women's section of CE Sabadell.

History[edit]

CE Sabadell was one of the founding members of the Spanish league in 1988.

Fifteen years later they won their first national title, the 2003 Copa de la Reina. The following season Sabadell were the runners-up in the league, and again reached the Copa's final, which this time they lost to Levante UD in the extra time.

However, this golden era was short-lived and the team withdrew from the competition in 2005 after collapsing financially.[1]

For the 2013-14 season, CE Sabadell will plays in Catalonia's Preferent category (T3).[2]

Stadium[edit]

CE Sabadell (women) plays home games at Poliesportiu Olímpia.

Titles[edit]

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Place Copa de la Reina
1988/89 1 7th
1989/90 1 4th
1990/91 1 PS, 6th
1991/92 1 4th Runner-up
1992/93 1 4th Semifinals
1993/94 1 4th Semifinals
1994/95 1 5th Quarterfinals
1995/96 1 4th Semifinals
1996/97 1 (G3) PS, 2nd
1997/98 1 (G3) PS, 4th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1998/99 1 (G3) PS, 6th
1999/00 1 (G3) PS, 5th
2000/01 1 (G3) PS, 5th
2001/02 1 4th Semifinals
2002/03 1 4th Winner
2003/04 1 2nd Runner-up
2004/05 1 8th Quarterfinals
2005/06 1 (R)
2006/07 3 1ª Catalana 15th
2007/08 4 2ª Catalana 2nd
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2008/09 3 1ª Catalana 15th
2009/10 4 2ª Catalana 4th
2010/11 4 1ª Catalana 8th
2011/12 4 1ª Catalana 8th
2012/13 4 1ª Catalana 1st
2013/14 3 Preferent 11th
2014/15 3 Preferent 5th
2015/16 3 Preferent 1st
2016/17 2

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Spain Verónica Espinosa
2 Spain Elisabet Martínez (captain)
3 Spain Gemma Rey
4 Spain Desirée Moya
5 Spain Mª Soledad López
6 Spain Carla López
7 Spain Tania Cabello
8 Spain Maite Mayoral
9 Spain Melania Serra
10 Spain Estefanía González (captain)
11 Spain Ester Rodríguez
12 Spain Matilde Esteves
No. Position Player
13 Spain Natalia Pinto
14 Spain Ruth Méndez
15 Spain Dolores Torres
16 Spain Gisela Vidal
17 Spain Arantxa López
18 Spain Judith Fresquet
19 Spain Ana Aranda
20 Spain Sandra Navarro
-- Spain Laura Heis
-- Spain Ana Belén Carralero
-- Spain Lidia Pérez

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Diario AS
  2. ^ [2] Federació Catalana de Futbol

External links[edit]