CFF Estudiantes de Huelva

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Club de Fútbol Femenino Estudiantes de Huelva was a Spanish women's football team from Huelva created in 1998 and disbanded in 2006. A founding member of the new Superliga Femenina in 2001, it was the city's leading women's club until its disappearance. Its major success was reaching the 2003 Copa de la Reina final, which they lost to CE Sabadell.[1]

Estudiantes folded three years later after collapsing financially.[2] Real Sociedad took up their place in Superliga[3] while Sporting Huelva became Huelva's first team.

Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
2001-02 1st 5th Quarterfinals
2002-03 1st 5th Runner-up
2003-04 1st 6th
2004-05 1st 12th
2005-06 1st 7th renounced

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Diario AS
  2. ^ [2] Recre.org, quoting Futfem.com
  3. ^ [3] Kirolak.net