Club Lleida Esportiu is a Spanish football team based in Lleida, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in July 2011 it plays in Segunda División B, holding home games at Camp d'Esports, with a capacity of 15,000 seats.
History [ edit ]
In mid-May 2011, historic club
UE Lleida was liquidated due to a €27.2 million debt. Its berth was auctioned and acquired by an entrepreneur from [1 ] Lleida, Sisco Pujol, who created the new Lleida Esportiu, which started competing in [2 ] Segunda División B; the club was also scheduled to take part in the [3 ] 2011–12 Copa del Rey, in place of Unió Esportiva.
Esportiu played its first
friendly game on 6 August 2011, with Pobla de Mafumet CF (2–0). On the 21st, the team played its first official match, losing 1–3 against CF Reus Deportiu.
Season to season [ edit ]
Current squad [ edit ]
As of 20 August 2015.
U-23 players ( minimum of six).
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Records [ edit ]
Record league victory: 5–0 vs.
Ontinyent (6 April 2014) Record league defeat: 1–4 vs.
L'Hospitalet (2 October 2011), 3–0 vs. Ontinyent (9 October 2011), 3–0 vs. Amorebieta (15 September 2012), 1–4 vs. L'Hospitalet (23 March 2014), 0–3 vs. Atlético Baleares (9 November 2014) Record attendance: 12,657 vs.
Toledo, Segunda División B Play-off (24 May 2014) Most league appearances: 134, Pau Bosch (2011–)
Most league goals scored: 29,
Jaime Mata (2012–14) Most goals scored, season: 18,
Jaime Mata (2012–13) Highest league position: 3rd in Segunda División B (2014)
Copa del Rey best: Round of 32 (2013–14)
Record consecutive league appearances: 88, Pau Torres (August 2012 – November 2014)
Youngest player: Òscar Canadell, 17 years and 158 days (against
Ontinyent, 6 April 2014) Oldest player:
Pedro Baquero, 34 years and 227 days (against Cornellà, 17 May 2015)
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