UE L'Estartit

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UE L'Estartit
UE L Estartit logo.png
Full name Unió Esportiva L'Estartit
Ground Estadio Municipal de L'Estartit,
Torroella de Montgrí, Girona
Chairman Spain Carles Nugué Blay
Manager Spain Rafel Gil
League Segunda División
2013-14 Segunda División, Group 3, 3rd

Unió Esportiva L'Estartit is a Spanish women's football club from L'Estartit, Girona currently playing in the Segunda División.


Founded in 1992 as the women football section of an homonym football club, it became an independent club following its disappearance. In 2007 the team was promoted to the Superliga by beating SD Reocín and CD Rayco in the promotion play-offs.[1] In its debut season L'Estartit ended in the ninth position, just one point short from qualifying for the Copa de la Reina. In 2010 it qualified for the cup, where it was defeated in the first round by Levante UD.

In 2012 L'Estartit ended fourth to last and was relegated after five years in top flight.[2] The team was weakened and barely avoided another relegation in 2013.[3] It returned to its previous form in 2014, narrowly missing a spot in the promotion playoffs.

2012–13 squad[edit]

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 Marta Guixeras
7 Spain Mery Martí
9 Spain Naomi García
12 Spain Laura Gasulla
13 Spain Marina Vinardell
14 Spain Sofía Hernández
16 Spain Judit del Moral
17 Spain Saray Mesa
18 Spain Carla Puiggròs
No. Position Player
19 Spain Marina Poyato
21 Spain Olga Ortiz
22 Spain Neus Perella
25 Spain Mar Vergés
26 Spain Ada Martínez
6 Spain Gemma Durán
Spain Fatoumata Kanteh
Spain Jessica Martínez
Spain Berta Thio

Former internationals[edit]

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
1997–98 6th
1998–99 4th
1999–00 3rd Quarterfinals
2000–01 3rd
2001–02 4th
2002–03 11th
2003–04 8th
2004–05 1st
2005–06 1st
2006–07 1st
2007–08 9th
2008–09 12th
2009–10 9th First round
2010–11 16th
2011–12 15th
Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
2012–13 11th
2013–14 3rd
2014–15 5th
2015–16 4th
2016–17 12th


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