FC Encamp

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Encamp
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Full name Fútbol Club Encamp
Nickname(s) Encampadans
El degà (The Dean)
Founded 1950; 67 years ago (1950)
Ground Camp de Futbol d'Encamp
Ground Capacity 550[1]
Chairman Salvador Cervós
Manager Vicenç Marquès
League Primera Divisió
2015–16 Primera Divisió, 7th
Website Club home page

FC Encamp is an Andorran football club based in Encamp. Founded in 1950, it is the oldest football club of the Andorran First Division. The club currently plays in Primera Divisió.

History[edit]

FC Encamp was founded in 1950 being the dean of the Andorran premier league and the second football club created in the pyrenean country of Andorra after FC Andorra (founded in 1942). Successfully the team won the Primera Divisió in the 1995–96 season, and five years later his second league title (2001–02) being qualify for the UEFA Cup. Next season they ended the regular league in the 2nd position being able to play in the UEFA Intertoto Cup.

Although for the 2004/05 season they were relegated to Segona Divisió, the 2nd best division. In 2005–06, they were promoted back to the Primera Divisió. The same story was repeated in the 2006–07 season finishing at the 7th place of the table and being relegated, coming back in 2009 at the top league.

However, during two bad seasons in the Andorran Premier League finally FC Encamp were relegated in 2011, returning the 2011–12 season in the top flight. Since then the club have been playing in the top tier of Andorra.

At the end of the 2015-16 season Encamp finished 7th in the regular season were originally set to compete in a two-legged relegation play-off against CE Carroi. It was announced that Encamp were awarded the tie against CE Carroi 3-0 due illegal lineup during the first leg of the relegation play-offs, therefore Encamp remained in the top flight.[2]

Colours and badge[edit]

FC Encamp takes the colours from the parish of Encamp. Since their foundation blue have been the traditional colour of the Andorran club. Although white and blue, along with red or purple, represent also the club and the northern parish.

Colours are blue and white hoop/striped shirts and blue shorts for home matches, and red and white hoop/striped shirts and red shorts for away matches. Although some seasons the club have worn blue shirts and black/white shorts for home matches.

Striped home kit.
All blue kit during 1990s and early 2000s.
All blue kit late variation.

Facilities and Stadium[edit]

FC Encamp is the only club of Primera Divisió that has its own stadium along with the local government of Encamp. The stadium with 550 capacity (Camp de Futbol d'Encamp) and all the club facilities (trainning center and outdoor stadium) are located in Prada de Moles, inaugurated in November 2015.[3] The club also owns a futsal indoor stadium (Complex Esportiu Federic Palmitjavila).[4]

Honours[edit]

European results[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2002–03 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Russia Zenit St. Petersburg 0–5 0–8 0–13
2003 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round Belgium Lierse 0–3 1–4 1–7

League history[edit]

Season Division Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P
2010–11 Primera Divisió 7 20 4 1 15 24 79 13
2011–12 Segona Divisió 1 18 14 0 4 57 22 42
2012–13 Primera Divisió 7 20 5 2 13 18 55 17
2013–14 Primera Divisió 6 20 7 4 9 34 53 25
2014–15 Primera Divisió 6 20 7 3 10 21 34 24
2015–16 Primera Divisió 7 20 4 4 12 22 50 16

Current squad[edit]

As of 25 September 2016

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

No. Position Player
1 Nigeria GK Friday Godswill
2 Andorra DF André Marinho
3 Peru DF Christian Paredes
4 Spain DF Yael Fontán
5 Uruguay DF Sebastián Varela
6 Spain DF David Villanueva
7 Andorra FW Jordi Barra
8 Andorra MF Genís García
9 Andorra FW Albert Ramírez
10 Andorra MF Xavier Vieira
No. Position Player
11 Andorra MF Aleix Bové
12 Andorra MF Carlos Peppe
13 Andorra GK Alberto Usubiaga
14 Andorra MF Albert Reyes
15 Andorra MF Víctor Bueno
17 Andorra FW Roberto dos Santos
18 Mexico FW Diego Nájera
21 Andorra DF Xavier Prat
22 Andorra DF Txema Garcia
23 Andorra DF Xavier Moreno

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