CF Reus Deportiu

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Reus
CF Reus new logo.png
Full name Club de Futbol
Reus Deportiu, S.A.D.
Nickname(s) La avellana mecánica[1]
(The clockwork hazelnut)
Founded 1909
Ground Estadi Municipal, Reus,
Catalonia, Spain
Ground Capacity 4,700
Owner Joan Oliver
Chairman Xavier Llastarri
Manager Natxo González
League Segunda División
2015–16 2ªB – Group 3, 1st (promoted)
Website www.cfreusdeportiu.com
Current season

Club de Futbol Reus Deportiu, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in Reus, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in 1909 it plays in Segunda División, holding home games at Estadi Municipal, with a capacity of 4,700 seats.[2]

History[edit]

CD Reus was founded on 23 November 1909 after the dissolution of Reus Sport Club. On 29 September 1917, the club merged with Club Velocipedista and SC Olímpia becoming the multi-sports club Reus Deportiu.

2015–16 squad, that achieved the promotion to Segunda División

In 1951, Reus Deportiu was restructured into two independent entities: CF Reus Deportiu, entirely dedicated to football, and Reus Deportiu, for the rest of the sections, roller hockey indeed.[3]

After several years playing in Segunda División B, Reus Deportiu qualified in 2015 to the promotion play-offs for the first time in its history. It was defeated in the second round by Racing Ferrol.

In 2015, the club reached the round of 32 of the 2015–16 Copa del Rey, where it was defeated by Atlético Madrid. In that season, the club also qualified to the promotion play-offs, this time as champion of the Segunda División B Group 3. In the first leg, Reus Deportiu beat Racing de Santander by 3–0 away, and achieved the first promotion ever to Segunda División after a 1–0 home win in the second leg.

Season to season[edit]

Logo of the club until the 2016–17 season
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1940/41 Regional 2nd
1941/42 Regional 5th
1942/43 Regional 3rd
1943/44 3rd
1944/45 6th
1945/46 3rd
1946/47 9th
1947/48 12th
1948/49 Regional 15th
1949/50 12th
1950/51 17th
1951/52 Regional 16th
1952/53 Regional 1st
1953/54 13th
1954/55 6th
1955/56 8th
1956/57 5th
1957/58 20th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1958/59 Regional 2nd
1959/60 Regional 1st
1960/61 3rd
1961/62 4th
1962/63 8th
1963/64 11th
1964/65 8th
1965/66 18th
1966/67 5th
1967/68 11th
1968/69 14th
1969/70 18th Second round
1970/71 Preferente 12th
1971/72 Preferente 8th
1972/73 Preferente 15th
1973/74 Preferente 13th
1974/75 Preferente 6th
1975/76 Preferente 1st
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1976/77 19th
1977/78 6th Second round
1978/79 3rd Second round
1979/80 2nd First round
1980/81 1st First round
1981/82 2ªB 14th First round
1982/83 2ªB 20th First round
1983/84 15th
1984/85 19th
1985/86 Preferente 1st
1986/87 19th
1987/88 16th
1988/89 6th
1989/90 6th
1990/91 19th First round
1991/92 1ª Catalana 2nd
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1992/93 9th
1993/94 13th
1994/95 20th
1995/96 1ª Catalana 11th
1996/97 1ª Catalana 10th
1997/98 1ª Catalana 2nd
1998/99 12th
1999/00 14th
2000/01 14th
2001/02 3rd
2002/03 2ªB 18th
2003/04 2nd
2004/05 4th
2005/06 2ªB 17th
2006/07 1st
2007/08 3rd First round
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
2008/09 2nd
2009/10 2nd Second round
2010/11 4th
2011/12 2ªB 8th
2012/13 2ªB 14th
2013/14 2ªB 12th
2014/15 2ªB 3rd
2015/16 2ªB 1st Round of 32
2016/17 2nd Second round

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 February 2017

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 GK Jordi Codina
2 Spain DF Alberto Benito
3 Spain DF Ángel Martínez
4 Spain DF Jesús Olmo
5 Serbia DF Srđan Babić (on loan from Real Sociedad)
6 Portugal MF Vítor Silva
7 Spain FW David Querol
8 Spain MF Ramón Folch (captain)
9 Spain FW Edgar Hernández
10 Portugal MF Ricardo Vaz
11 Spain MF Fran Carbià
12 Spain DF Joan Campins
13 Spain GK Édgar Badía
No. Position Player
14 Spain MF Marcos Tébar
15 Spain DF Melli
16 Nigeria FW Macky Chrisantus
17 Spain MF David Haro
18 Spain DF Pichu Atienza
19 Spain MF Alex Albistegi
20 Uruguay MF Jorge Díaz (on loan from Zaragoza)
21 Spain FW Máyor
22 Spain MF Aritz López Garai
23 Spain DF Migue García
24 Spain MF Jorge Miramón
25 Portugal MF Raphael Guzzo

Staff[edit]

Head coach Spain Natxo González
Assistant coach Spain Bernardo Tapia
Goalkeeper coach Spain Yvan Castillo
Athletics coach Spain Xavi Bartolo
Rehab coach Spain Joan Alvarez

Retired numbers[edit]

7Spain Jordi Pitarque MF (2009–10) – posthumous honour

Managers[edit]

Reserve team[edit]

Main article: CF Reus Deportiu B

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Reus, la avellana mecánica, reta al Atlético" (in Spanish). Sportyou. 25 November 2015. Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
  2. ^ "Estadi Municipal de Reus" (in Catalan). CF Reus Deportiu. Retrieved 24 May 2016. 
  3. ^ "Història del CF Reus Deportiu" (in Catalan). CF Reus Deportiu. Retrieved 24 May 2016. 

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