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Vicálvaro
CD Vicálvaro.png
Full name Club Deportivo Vicálvaro
Founded 1928
Ground Municipal de Vicálvaro
Madrid, Spain
(Capacity: 3,000)
Chairman Spain Manuel Tirado
Manager Spain Lorenzo Benito
League Preferente
2008-09 Preferente - 9th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Club Deportivo Vicálvaro is a club of football founded in 1928 in the Madrid district of Vicálvaro, currently playing in the category Preferente.

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History

He is currently in a phase of stagnation in the latter category because of the fierce competition that exists in the Madrid region in this sport and these levels.

Its most glorious era lived for 90 years, where he was a militant usual for the Third Division Madrid. His biggest milestone was confronted in the 91/92 season to the EU Figueres led by the renowned coach Jorge D'Alessandro, in which militated some players such as goalkeeper Toni Jimenez that same year was proclaimed Olympic champion in Barcelona 92.

In 2007 the president of the club is Manuel Tirado.

Seasons

Season Division Place King's Cup
from 28-29 Regional
to 85-86 Regional
1986/87 Preferente 4th
1987/88 13th
1988/89 12th
1989/90 15th
1990/91 8th
1991/92 15th
1992/93 14th
1993/94 18th
1994/95 19th
1995/96 Preferente -
1996/97 22nd
1997/98 Preferente 7th
Season Division Place King's Cup
1998/99 Preferente 4th
1999/00 Preferente 5th
2000/01 Preferente 5th
2001/02 Preferente 8th
2002/03 Preferente 16th
2003/04 1ª Aficiona. 1st
2004/05 Preferente 12th
2005/06 Preferente 9th
2006/07 Preferente 6th
2007/08 Preferente 13th
2008/09 Preferente 9th
2009/10 Preferente

Uniform

  • Kit First: blue shirt, white trousers and half white.
  • Second kit: White T-shirt, black trousers and half black.

Stadium

Name: Municipal de Vicálvaro. Capacity: 3,000 spectators. Dimensions: 105 x 65

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