CF Sporting Mahonés

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Sporting Mahonés
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Full nameClub de Fútbol Sporting Mahonés
Founded1974
Dissolved2012
GroundBintaufa, Mahón,
Balearic Islands, Spain
Capacity3,000
2011–122ªB – Group 3, W
Current season

Club de Fútbol Sporting Mahonés was a Spanish football team based in Mahón, Menorca, in the autonomous community of Balearic Islands.

C.F. Sporting Mahonés resulted from the merger of two other Mahon teams, Club Deportivo Menorca and Union Deportiva Mahon, in July 1974. They began life in the regional divisions of Balearic football before progressing to the Spanish Third Division in 1977-78.

On 24 January 2012 the team announced it was withdrawing from the Segunda División B – Group 3, in mid-season, due to the fact that practically all the professional squad had left the club. With debts of over 230,000 euros and a transfer embargo in place, the club could not raise a team for the remainder of the season. Their final game was a 0-6 defeat at Sant Andreu.[1]

Between formation and 1978, Sporting played at two locations close to the centre of town, starting out at the former home of CD Menorca, the Campo Municipal de San Carlos. The following season saw the club play at the Estadio Mahonés, which had been the home of UD Mahón. More latterly home matches were played at the 3,000 seat capacity Estadio Bintaufa, situated to the south of the city, close to the Aeronautic Club.[2]

Sporting Mahones CF

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1974–77 4 Regional
1977/78 4 14th
1978/79 4 11th
1979/80 4 5th
1980/81 4 4th
1981/82 4 4th
1982/83 4 8th
1983/84 4 6th
1984/85 4 6th
1985/86 4 4th
1986/87 4 1st
1987/88 3 2ªB 14th
1988/89 3 2ªB 5th
1989/90 3 2ªB 8th
1990/91 3 2ªB 12th
1991/92 3 2ªB 12th
1992/93 3 2ªB 19th
1993/94 4 6th
1994/95 4 10th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1995/96 4 14th
1996/97 4 10th
1997/98 4 3rd
1998/99 4 11th
1999/00 4 5th
2000/01 4 14th
2001/02 4 16th
2002/03 4 14th
2003/04 4 16th
2004/05 4 4th
2005/06 4 4th
2006/07 4 13th
2007/08 4 9th
2008/09 4 2nd
2009/10 3 2ªB 14th
2010/11 3 2ªB 15th
2011/12 3 2ªB W[1]

Last squad[edit]

According to [www.futbolme.com Futbolme]. Updated on 29 July 2011 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 Eloi Rubio
12 Spain GK Oliver Fernández
2 Spain DF Carlos Barreda
3 Spain DF Biel Medina
4 Spain DF Camacho
5 Spain DF David Sánchez
6 Spain DF Jeroni Fullana
13 Spain DF Lluis Micaló
14 Spain DF Raúl Capó
7 Spain MF Berto Vaquero
No. Position Player
8 Spain MF Iray Pérez
9 Spain MF Joan Barber
10 Spain MF Jose Moyano
11 Spain MF Nacho del Moral
15 Spain MF Ton Alcover
16 Spain FW Arkaitz Miguel
17 Spain FW Antonio Corbella
18 Spain FW Genís Solduga
19 Spain FW Ignasi Sintes
20 The Gambia FW Momodou Lamin

Notable former players[edit]

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