RCD Espanyol Femenino

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RCD Espanyol Femení
Full name Reial Club Deportiu Espanyol de Barcelona SAD Femenino
Nickname(s) Periquitos, españolistas
Founded 1970; 48 years ago (1970)
Ground Ciutat Esportiva Dani Jarque
Ground Capacity 1,520
Chairman Joan Collet i Diví
Manager Joan Bacardit Sans
League Primera División
2016–17 Primera División, 13th
Website Club website

RCD Espanyol Femení (Real Club Deportivo Español) is the women's football section of RCD Espanyol and was founded in 1970.

History[edit]

RCD Espanyol was one of the pioneering teams in women's football in Spain, playing its first match as early as 1970. The team's first national success came in 1989, when they first reached the national cup's final, losing it against Añorga. They won the competition for the first time in 1996, and successfully defended the title the following year.

2006 was their most successful season to date as they won their first (and for now only) league title and their third Queen's Cup. Thus Espanyol took part in the UEFA Women's Cup the following season.

Espanyol players celebrating the 2010 Copa de la Reina title.

In recent years Espanyol has consolidated itself as one of Spain's top teams. It has been most successful in the Copa de la Reina, winning three more titles in 2009, 2010, and 2012, tying with Levante UD as the competition's most successful team.[1] Most recently, Espanyol was 3rd after FC Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao in the 2011-12 national championship

Competition record[edit]

Season to season[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Top scorer(s) Goal Copa de la Reina Champions League
1988–89 3rd Quarterfinals
1989–90 3rd Runner-up
1990–91 5th Round of 16
1991–92 3rd
1992–93 1st Round of 16
1993–94 5th Round of 16
1994–95 3rd Semifinalist
1995–96 3rd Champion
1996–97 2 3rd Champion
1997–98 2 2nd Semifinalist
1998–99 3rd
1999–00 2 2nd Round of 16
2000–01 2 2nd Quarterfinals
2001–02 3rd Runner-up
2002–03 7th Quarterfinals
2003–04 8th Did Not Qualify
2004–05 3rd Quarterfinals
2005–06 1st Champion
2006–07 2nd Runner-up Group stage
2007–08 4th Cubí 16 Quarterfinals
2008–09 4th Adriana 18 Champion
2009–10 2nd Champion
2010–11 2nd Boquete 39 Runner-up
2011–12 3rd Vilas 36 Champion
2012–13 5th Vilas 14 Quarterfinals
2013–14 11th Did Not Qualify
2014–15 7th Quarterfinals
2015–16 9th Lomba 8 Did Not Qualify
2016–17 13th E. del Estal 7 Did Not Qualify

Record in UEFA competitions[edit]

Season Competition Stage Opponent Result Scorers
2006–07 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage Scotland Hibernian LFC
France FCF Juvisy
Faroe Islands
4–1
1–0
7–0
Adriana 2, Cubí, Serna
Rubio
Cubí 4, Adriana 2, Diéguez
Group Stage Norway Kolbotn IL
Sweden Umeå IK
Ukraine Lehenda Chernihiv
2–4
0–3
5–0
Adriana + 1 o.g.
0
Serna 2, Adriana, Cubí, Rubio

Titles[edit]

Official[edit]

Invitational[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 April 2018[2]

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 Miriam De Francisco
3 Spain DF Berta Pujadas
4 Spain DF Estibaliz Torralbo
5 Spain DF Inés Juan
6 Spain MF Carola García
7 Spain MF Cristina Baudet
8 Spain MF Leticia Sevilla
9 Spain FW Elisa Del Estal
10 Spain MF Brenda Pérez
12 Italy FW Deborah Salvatori Rinaldi
13 Spain GK María José Pons
14 Mexico MF Marciana dos Santos
15 Japan MF Ayaki Shinada
16 Paraguay MF Dulce Quintana
18 Spain MF Paloma Fernández
21 Spain FW Lebeka Fernández
23 Spain MF Sandra Alberola
No. Position Player
24 Spain MF Maria Llompart
25 Spain DF María Molina
26 Spain DF Emma Ramírez
27 Spain MF Elena Julve
28 Spain GK Laura Jansà
29 Spain MF Andrea Martínez
30 Spain MF Sandara Martínez
31 Spain FW Esther Solà
32 Spain MF Laura Fernández
33 Spain MF Marta Llopis
Spain DF Elba
Costa Rica MF Katherine Alvarado
Ivory Coast MF Ida Guehai
Spain MF Ainoa López
Spain FW Paula Moreno
Spain MF Anna Torrodà

Former internationals[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]