Castile and León autonomous football team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Castile and León
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s)Selección Castellano-leonesa
AssociationFCLF
Head coachJavier Yepes Peñas
First colours
First international
Castile and León Castile and León 1 – 1 Aragon 
(19 May 1998)
Biggest defeat
 Aragon 3 – 0 Castile and León Castile and León
(1 June 2002)

The Castile and León autonomous football team is the national football team for Castile and León, Spain. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA, because it is represented internationally by the Spain national football team. It only plays friendly matches.

Selected internationals[edit]

Date Venue Home Team Opponent Score
19 May 1998 Castile and León  Castile and León  Aragon 1–1
1 June 2002 Aragon  Castile and León  Aragon 0–3

Coaches[edit]

Amateur team (UEFA Regions' Cup)[edit]

The amateur team of Castilla y León formed by players from the Tercera División and Preferente under 35 years, managed by Javier Yepes, have as biggest achievement the Spanish stage of the UEFA Regions' Cup in 2008. They qualified to and won the 2009 UEFA Regions' Cup, played in France.

Castile and León would repeat its title in the Spanish stage of the UEFA Regions' Cup in 2016, achieving the qualification to the 2017 edition of the European tournament.

UEFA Regions' Cup[edit]

Venue Opponent Score
2001 UEFA Regions' Cup Burgos  Castile and León  Basque Country 1–0
2001 UEFA Regions' Cup Burgos  Castile and León  Asturias 0–0
2001 UEFA Regions' Cup Burgos  Castile and León  Andalusia 0–0
2003 UEFA Regions' Cup Badajoz  Castile and León  Extremadura 0–0
2003 UEFA Regions' Cup Olivenza  Castile and León Community of Madrid Madrid 1–3
2005 UEFA Regions' Cup Gijón  Castile and León  Asturias 0–0
2005 UEFA Regions' Cup Gijón  Castile and León  Balearic Islands 1–0
2007 UEFA Regions' Cup Soria  Castile and León  Canary Islands 2–0
2007 UEFA Regions' Cup Soria  Castile and León  La Rioja 2–0
2007 UEFA Regions' Cup Vizcaya  Castile and León  Basque Country 1–1
2009 UEFA Regions' Cup Soria  Castile and León  Murcia 4–1
2009 UEFA Regions' Cup Soria  Castile and León  Cantabria 3–2
2009 UEFA Regions' Cup Tarragona  Castile and León  Basque Country 2–2
2009 UEFA Regions' Cup Tarragona  Castile and León  Andalusia 2–2

See also[edit]

References[edit]