|Full name||Unión Deportiva Fuerteventura|
|Ground||Los Pozos, Puerto del Rosario,
Canary Islands, Spain
|2009–10||3ª - Group 12, (R)|
Unión Deportiva Fuerteventura was a Spanish football team based in Fuerteventura, in the autonomous community of the Canary Islands. Founded in 2004, it played its last season (2009–10) in Tercera División, and held home games at Estadio Los Pozos, with a capacity of 2,000 spectators.
Club Deportivo Corralejo was founded in 1975. In 2004, as the Canary Islands team was playing in Segunda División B, it merged with Club Deportivo Fuerteventura (born in 1987) to create Unión Deportiva Fuerteventura.
The new club started also in level three, after taking Corralejo's berth, but was relegated immediately. In 2007–08, again in the third category, Fuerteventura achieved its best-ever position as third, but lost in the promotion playoffs to Alicante CF (0–3 on aggregate).
For 2010–11, Fuerteventura tried to compete in the first regional division, taking the reserve team's license, but the club was finally dissolved due to the lack of funds.
Season to season
- Alberto Monteagudo
- Pedro Luis
- Fali Benítez
- Jonathan Sesma
- Ibrahim Cruz
- Antonio Valdivia
- Lorenzo Zúñiga
- Kike Gandul
- Michael Pearcey
- Yaki Yen
- El Fuerteventura seguirá en Tercera y el Castillo espera por la plaza del Mérida (Fuerteventura remains in Tercera and Castillo waits for Mérida's berth); La Provincia, 4 August 2009 (Spanish)
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