FC Levante Las Planas

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Levante Las Planas
FC Levante Las Planas logo.jpg
Full name Fútbol Club Levante Las Planas
Founded 1983 (M) / 1998 (W)
Ground Municipal de Les Planes, Sant Joan Despí
Manager Natalia Astráin
League Segunda División
2015–16 3rd – Group 3

Fútbol Club Levante Las Planas (Catalan: Llevant Les Planes) is a Spanish football club from Sant Joan Despí, Barcelona.

History[edit]

Levante Las Planas was founded in 1983 in Las Planas district as a merge of local teams UP Bética and Rayo Planense.[1] The club is best known for its women's team, established in 1998. On the other hand, the male team plays in 7th-tier Tercera Catalana.

In 2012 Levante Las Planas was promoted to the Primera División for the first time after topping its Segunda División group[2] and beating Fundación Albacete and UD Tacuense in the play-offs.[3] In its debut season the team ended in the lower half of the table with a comfortable 16 points margin over relegation positions.

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Pos. Copa de la Reina
2007–08 3 (Gr. ?) 1st
2008–09 (Gr. 3) 13th
2009–10 3 (Gr. ?) 1st
2010–11 (Gr. 3) 3rd
2011–12 (Gr. 3) 1st
2012–13 11th
2013–14 16th
2014–15 (Gr. 3) 1st
2015–16 (Gr. 3) 3rd
2016–17 (Gr. 3) 11th

Current squad[edit]

As of 7 September 2013 (source: official website)
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
13 Spain GK Meritxell Torras
22 Spain GK María Ripoll
2 Spain DF Eli Sivera
3 Spain DF Belén García
5 Spain DF Sarita García
6 Spain DF María Ramos
7 Spain DF Ana Cobacho
15 Spain DF Eve Moreno
19 Spain DF Joanna Vega
21 Spain DF Aida García
4 Spain MF Inés Juan
No. Position Player
6 Spain MF Sandra Alberola
8 Spain MF Carol Miranda
14 Spain MF Annika García
17 Spain MF Leticia Irrazábal
18 Spain MF Ausi Maestre
20 Spain MF Zaira Flores
9 Spain FW Evita Díez
10 Spain FW Laura Carriba
11 Spain FW Sara Serna
12 Japan FW Asako Sakurabayashi

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]