Real Oviedo (women)
|Full name||Real Oviedo Femenino|
|Ground||Estadio Díaz Vega, Oviedo|
|Chairman||Beatriz Álvarez Mesa|
|Manager||Emilio Fernández Cañedo|
|2016–17||1st, Group 1|
Founded in 1980 as México-La Corredoria CF to play a friendly match in the local midsummer celebration, the team was officially registered two years later as Meseico-La Corredoria CF. It was subsequently renamed CFF Tradehi (1984) and Peña Azul Oviedo (1996) before taking the name of Oviedo Moderno CF in 2001.
In 1990 Tradehi was promoted to the 8-teams División de Honor, the top national category back then, and in 2001 Oviedo Moderno was one of the eleven founding members of the unified premier league. Always a bottom half team, its best result in the nine seasons it has spent in the new championship was an eighth place in 2003. The team was relegated in 2008 and 2011, and spent the two next seasons Segunda División. In the first one, Oviedo Moderno topped its group but lost to CD Femarguín in the promotion play-offs.
In the 2012–13 season, Oviedo Moderno won again its group but was beaten by Granada CF in its second attempt to promote. However, the club promoted to Primera División due to the existence of a vacant berth in the league.
Oviedo Moderno remained in the top tier three more seasons before its relegation to Segunda División in 2016.
On 28 August 2017, Oviedo Moderno signed an agreement with local men's club Real Oviedo for using their name and their blue and white colors, instead of the club's black and green, since the 2017–18 season, with the aim to be completely integrated into the structure of the club for the 2018–19 season onwards.
Season to season
|Peña Azul Oviedo|
|Oviedo Moderno CF|
- Menton Tournament
- 2011, 2012
- Oviedo Moderno was created to take part in a festivity. Diario AS
- Superliga results and table Archived 2013-01-04 at the Wayback Machine. in futbolme.com
- Oviedo Moderno loses the category in Valencia. La Nueva España
- 2011-12 Segunda División results and tables in soccerway.com
- Oviedo Moderno won't be promoted. Magazine Oviedista
- "El Oviedo Moderno se convierte en Real Oviedo Femenino" [Oviedo Moderno becomes Real Oviedo Femenino] (in Spanish). Oviedo Moderno. 28 August 2017. Retrieved 28 August 2017.
- Official website (in Spanish)