Caravaca CF

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Caravaca
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Full name Caravaca Club de Fútbol
Founded 1969
Dissolved 2012 (as CF La Unión)
Ground Antonio Martínez El Morao,
Caravaca de la Cruz, Murcia,
Spain
Ground Capacity 2,000
2010–11 2ªB - Group 4, 11th

Caravaca Club de Fútbol was a Spanish football team based in Caravaca de la Cruz, in the Region of Murcia. Founded in 1969 and dissolved in 2011, it held home games at Estadio Antonio Martínez El Morao, with a capacity of 2,000 spectators.

History[edit]

Caravaca Club de Fútbol was founded in 1969 (after previous denominations as Deportiva Caravaqueña and Caravaca Football Club), first reaching Tercera División in 1980, and lasting six seasons.

The club returned to level four in 1991, consolidating in that division in the following decades; in the 2008–09 season, Caravaca led all teams in the group at 115 goals scored and, after defeating CD Ourense in the promotion playoffs, its first promotion to level three.

After the 2010–11 season, the club was forced to dissolve due to economic problems, and its place was bought by CF La Unión.

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1969–80 Regional
1980/81 6th
1981/82 7th
1982/83 17th
1983/84 14th
1984/85 10th
1985/86 19th
1986–91 Regional
1991/92 5th
1992/93 2nd
1993/94 4th
1994/95 5th
1995/96 8th
1996/97 5th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1997/98 4th
1998/99 9th
1999/00 16th
2000/01 15th
2001/02 7th
2002/03 7th
2003/04 4th
2004/05 10th
2005/06 14th
2006/07 3rd
2007/08 4th
2008/09 1st
2009/10 2ªB 11th
2010/11 2ªB 11th

Last squad (2010–11)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Alex
Spain GK Cabaco Franco
Spain DF Atila
Spain DF Dioni
Spain DF Gurtubai Garay
Spain DF Miguel Sánchez
Spain DF San José
Spain MF Javier De la Rosa
Spain MF Emilio Rodríguez
Spain MF José Florete
No. Position Player
Spain MF Israel Alcazar
Spain MF Julio Piñero
Spain MF Julio César Cardozo
Spain MF Micro
Spain FW Angel Gómez
Spain FW Fran Alemán
Spain FW Noel Antonio
Spain FW Parches
Spain FW Petu
Spain FW Pipa Gozalbes

Famous players[edit]

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