|Full name||Castillo Club de Fútbol|
Canary Islands, Spain
|2010–11||Regional Preferente, 19th|
Castillo Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Gran Canaria, in the autonomous community of Canary Islands. Founded in 1950, it plays in Primera de Aficionados, holding home games at Estadio Municipal de Castillo del Romeral, with a capacity of 1,000.
In 1999, after playing nearly 50 years in the regional leagues, Castillo reached the fourth division. There, it achieved four consecutive top-five finishes, qualifying three times for the playoffs, albeit without promotion, before finally making it to the third level in 2004, remaining in the category for two seasons.
In July 2010, Castillo was forced to drop down to Preferente, due to serious financial problems.
Season to season
- Pablo Paz
- Víctor Afonso
- Axier Intxaurraga
- Andoni Lakabeg
- Santi Lampón
- Javi Ortega
- Antonio Robaina
- Francis Suárez
- Sergio Suárez
- Daniel Visconti
- Luis Miguel Reyes
- La junta directiva del Castillo CF presenta su dimisión (Castillo CF's board of directors resigns); Canarias Deportiva (in Spanish)
- Official website (in Spanish)
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