List of UD Almería records and statistics

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Almería playing against CA Osasuna in 2007, during its first season in La Liga

Unión Deportiva Almería (Spanish pronunciation: [uˈnjon deporˈtiβa alməˈrɪə]; English: Almería Sports Union), also known as Almería,[1] is a professional football club, based in Almería, Andalusia, Spain.

Founded in 1989 under the name of Almería Club de Fútbol, changed its name to the current in 2001.

Honours[edit]

Almería's bus during the promotion campaign in 2013.

UD Almería never won any major trophies, despite the club's precessor (AD Almería) did won a Segunda División title in the 1978–79 campaign, and won a Segunda División B trophy in the previous year.

Regional titles[edit]

  • Trofeo Benéfico UCAM:
  • Winners (1):
2014 – (2–1 UCAM Murcia)
  • Trofeo Festa d'Elx:
  • Winners (2):
2012 – (3–1 Elche)
2015 – (1–0 Elche)
  • Trofeo Memorial Juan Rojas:
  • Winners (7):
2001 – (2–1 Alicante)
2002 – (1–1 (5–4 p.) Villarreal)
2003 – (5–0 Málaga)
2005 – (2–0 Nacional Uruguay)
2008 – (3–1 Betis)
2010 – (2–0 Granada)
2011 – (0–0 (3–1 p.) Villarreal)
Leonardo Ulloa is Almería's second-best goalscorer, with 48 goals.
  • Trofeo Agroponiente:
  • Winners (1):
2011 – (3–0 Comarca de Níjar)
  • Trofeo Carabela de Plata:
  • Winners (1):
2011 – (2–1 Cartagena)
  • Trofeo Lagarto de Jaén:
  • Winners (1):
2009 – (2–0 Jaén)
  • Trofeo Vendimia:
  • Winners (1):
2007 – (1–0 Xerez)
  • Trofeo Alcalde de Águilas:
  • Winners (1):
2007
Fernando Soriano, Almería's former player and current manager.
  • Trofeo Villa de Nerja:
  • Winners (1):
2007 – (3–2 Málaga)
  • Trofeo Costa Brava:
  • Winners (1):
2007
  • Trofeo Ciudad de Terrassa:
  • Winners (1):
2007

National titles[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Corona is the second player who most appeared for the Almería, playing in 276 matches.
  • Seasons in La Liga: 6
  • Best position in La Liga: 8th (2007–08)
Points obtained: 52
  • Worst position in La Liga: 20th (2010–11)
  • Seasons in Segunda División: 11
  • Best position in Segunda División: 2nd (2006–07)
Points obtained: 80
  • Worst position in Segunda División: 18th (2002–03, 2015–16)
  • Most goals scored in a season: 88 (1992–93)
  • Most goals scored in a La Liga match:
Home:Almería 3 – Villarreal 0 (4 April 2009),[2] Almería 3 – Mallorca 1 (15 May 2011),[3] Almería 3 – Granada 0 (4 January 2014),[4] Almería 3 – Granada 0 (11 April 2015)[5]
Away:Sevilla 1 - Almería 4 (19 April 2008)[6]
  • Most goals conceded in a La Liga match:
Home: Almería 0 - Barcelona 8 (20 November 2010)[7][i]
Away: Real Madrid 8 – Almería 1 (21 May 2011)[8]

Overall seasons table in La Liga[edit]

Francisco is Almería's fourth all-time top scorer, with 45 goals.
Pos. Club Season In D1 Pl. W D L GS GA Dif. Pts Champion 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
38 Almería 6 228 62 56 110 244 366 -122 242 0 0 0 0

Last updated: 19 August 2015 [9]
Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goals Scored; GA = Goals Against; P = Points.
Colors: Gold = winner; Silver = runner-up.

Milestones[edit]

Most appearances and goals[edit]

Players in bold means that he still playing for the club.

As of 20 June 20161

1 According to BDFutbol.[11]

Milestone goals in La Liga[edit]

Álvaro Negredo scored Almería's first goal in La Liga, back in 2007. He is also the club's top scorer in the main category, with 32 goals.
Goal Number Date Player Match & result Scored
1
26/08/2007 Spain Álvaro Negredo Deportivo La Coruña 0 – UDA 3 0 – 1
50
05/10/2008 Getafe 2 – UDA 2 2 – 1
100
05/12/2009 Spain Fernando Soriano Real Madrid 4 – UDA 2 1 – 1
200
20/04/2014 Spain Óscar Díaz UDA 2 – Celta Vigo 4 2 – 4

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ It was also La Liga's biggest win from an away team in the whole history.

References[edit]

External links[edit]