Oviedo Moderno CF

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Oviedo Moderno
Oviedo Moderno CF logo.png
Full name Oviedo Moderno Club de Fútbol
Nickname(s) Las Godas (The Goths)
Founded 1980
Ground Estadio Díaz Vega, Oviedo
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Beatriz Álvarez Mesa
Manager Emilio Fernández Cañedo
League Primera División
2015–16 15th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Oviedo Moderno Club de Fútbol is a Spanish women's football club from Oviedo settled in the city's La Corredoria district.

History[edit]

Founded in 1980 as México-La Corredoria CF to play a friendly match in the local midsummer celebration, the team was officially registered two years later as Meseico-La Corredoria CF.[1] It was subsequently renamed CFF Tradehi (1984) and Peña Azul Oviedo (1996) before taking its current name in 2001.

In 1990 Tradehi was promoted to the 8-teams División de Honor, the top national category back then, and in 2001 Oviedo Moderno was one of the eleven founding members of the unified premier league.[2] Always a bottom half team, its best result in the nine seasons it has spent in the new championship was an eighth place in 2003. The team was relegated in 2008 and 2011,[3] and spent the two next seasons Segunda División.[4] In the first one, Oviedo Moderno topped its group but lost to CD Femarguín in the promotion play-offs.[5]

In the 2012–13 season, Oviedo Moderno won again its group but was beaten by Granada CF in its second attempt to promote. However, the club promoted to Primera División due to the existence of a vacant berth in the league.

Season to season[edit]

Estadio Manuel Díaz Vega, main stadium of Oviedo Moderno.
Season League Cup
Division Pos P W D L F A Pts
1990–91 8th 14 1 2 11 17 45 4
1991–92 QF
1992–93 5th 12 3 3 6 20 43 9 R16
1993–94 7th 16 5 2 9 13 39 17 QF
1994–95 8th 18 4 3 11 15
1995–96 9th 15 0 1 14 13 63 1
1996–97
1997–98
1998–99 6th 20 6 2 12 33 61 20
1999–00 7th 26 11 2 13 57 67 35
2000–01 7th 26 12 2 12 49 63 38
2001–02 10th 20 3 3 14 21 65 12
2002–03 8th 22 5 3 14 21 54 18 R1
2003–04 11th 26 5 5 16 25 62 20
2004–05 10th 26 6 5 15 27 57 23
2005–06 11th 24 6 4 14 41 60 22
2006–07 11th 26 5 7 14 29 58 22
2007–08 13th 26 4 2 20 20 68 14
2008–09 1st 25 20 3 2 107 17 63
W 2 2 0 0 4 2 6
2009–10 16th 26 11 5 10 56 53 38
2010–11 19th 28 11 5 10 37 42 38
2011–12 1st 26 25 0 1 116 7 75
L 1 0 0 1 1 2 0
2012–13 1st 26 24 1 1 120 10 73
L 4 1 2 1 3 2 5
2013–14 13th 30 6 12 12 30 41 30
2014–15 10th 30 8 8 14 35 61 32
2015–16 15th 30 2 5 23 21 78 11

Titles[edit]

Invitational[edit]

Players[edit]

As of 4 September 2015. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Rosana Castaño
3 Spain MF Julia Vallina
4 Spain DF María Suárez
5 Spain MF Iris Arnaiz
7 Spain MF María Iglesias
8 Spain MF Carmen Fernández
9 Spain FW Sheila González "Mogoyu"
10 Spain FW "Isina" Cortés
11 Brazil FW Érika Lima Da Silva
12 Spain MF Yolanda Chamorro
No. Position Player
13 Spain GK Ane Otxoa
14 Spain DF Celia Fernández
15 Spain MF Rocío Rodríguez
17 Spain FW Lucía García
20 Spain MF Isabel Álvarez
21 Spain DF Alba Gordillo
23 Spain FW "Pañu" Jimena
24 Spain MF Laura Gutiérrez
25 Spain MF Irene Santos
26 Spain MF Henar Muiña
30 Spain GK Cristina Díaz

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]