CF Reus Deportiu
|Full name||Club de Futbol|
Reus Deportiu, S.A.D.
La avellana mecánica
(The clockwork hazelnut)
|Founded||23 November 1909 as Club Deportivo de Reus|
|Ground||Estadi Municipal, Reus,|
|Owner||Clifton Onolfo via Global Cities SHH Capital, Ltd|
|President||Clifton V Onolfo|
|2018–19||Segunda División, 22nd (Appealing Suspension, TAD)|
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.
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.
In 1951, Reus Deportiu was restructured into two independent entities: CF Reus Deportiu, entirely dedicated to football, and Reus Deportiu, supporting the other sports , roller hockey being the most well known.
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 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, played on 29 May 2016.
On 18 January 2019, the LFP suspended the rights of Reus to continue competing in La Liga and ten days later the club was expelled from the competition for three years plus a fine of €250,000 due to the nonpayment of players' salaries.
Season to season
Out on loan
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
7 – Jordi Pitarque MF (2009–10) – posthumous honour
Players who appeared in more than 100 league matches for the club and/or reached international status.
- José Juncosa (1981–82)
- Josep Seguer (1983)
- José Juncosa (1985–87)
- Miguel Ángel Rubio (2001–02)
- Natxo González (2003–07)
- Ramón Calderé (2007–09)
- Santi Castillejo (2009–13)
- Emili Vicente (2013–14)
- Natxo González (2014–17)
- Aritz López Garai (2017–2018)
- Xavi Bartolo (2018–2019)
- "Reus, la avellana mecánica, reta al Atlético" (in Spanish). Sportyou. 25 November 2015. Retrieved 28 June 2016.
- "Estadi Municipal de Reus" (in Catalan). CF Reus Deportiu. Archived from the original on 13 January 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
- "Història del CF Reus Deportiu" (in Catalan). CF Reus Deportiu. Archived from the original on 12 January 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
- "El Reus asciende a Segunda A" (in Spanish). El Periódico. 29 May 2016. Retrieved 22 May 2017.
- "Nota Informativa" [Information note]. La Liga. 18 January 2019. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- Official website (in Catalan)
- Futbolme team profile (in Spanish)
- Reus24, unofficial website (in Catalan)