CN Sabadell

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CN Sabadell
CN Sabadell logo.jpg
Current season2017-18, División de Honor, 2nd
2017-18, División de Honor Femenina, 1st
LeagueDivisión de Honor (M)
División de Honor (W)
Based inSabadell
ArenaPiscina Can Llong
PresidentClaudi Martí
Head coachJoaquim Colet (M)
David Palma (W)
ChampionshipsWomen Water Polo:
5 Champions' Cup
2 LEN Super Cup
16 Spanish Leagues
15 Spanish Cups
10 Spanish Super Cups
Men Water Polo:
3 Spanish Cups
3 Spanish Super Cups

Club Natació Sabadell is a Spanish aquatic sports club from Sabadell.

Founded in 1916, it is best known for its women's water polo team, which has been the most successful team in the national championship in recent years with nine titles since 2000.[1] In 2011 it won the European Cup, becoming the first Spanish team to attain this.[2] The men's team won its third national cup in 2012.[3]

The Club brought the most athletes to the Summer Olympics in London 2012, a total of 8. These included six members of the women's water polo team who gained silver medals: Laura Ester, Anna Espar, Matilde Ortiz, Jennifer Pareja, Pilar Peña Carrasco and Maica García Godoy. Mireia Belmonte García, silver medalist in London 2012, is the most prolific swimmer of this club.



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