BM Ciudad Real

Balonmano Ciudad Real was a Spanish handball team based in Ciudad Real, Castilla La Mancha. BM Ciudad Real plays in Liga ASOBAL. They won the 2009 EHF Champions League by beating THW Kiel in the final. 67:66 on aggregate.

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Full nameAgrupación Deportiva Cultural
Balonmano Ciudad Real
Founded1983
Dissolved2011
ArenaQuijote Arena, Ciudad Real,
Castile-La Mancha,
Spain
Capacity5,200
PresidentSpain Domingo Díaz de Mera
LeagueLiga ASOBAL
2010–112nd
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HistoryEdit

In July 1983 is founded in the city of Ciudad Real a handball club named Asociación Deportiva Cultural Caserío Vigón. In 1993, other Ciudad Real-based team, Asociación Deportiva Cultural Ciudad Real purchase the rights of ADC Caserío Vigón and renames the team as Balonmano Ciudad Real

RelocationEdit

BM Ciudad Real has been relocated to Madrid from 2011 to 2012 season. Its new name is BM. At. de Madrid. Its name has been changed due to financial reasons.[1]

Club namesEdit

  • Agrupación Deportiva Cultural Caserio Vigón(1983–1993)
  • Agrupación Deportiva Cultural Ciudad Real(1993–2011)

TrophiesEdit

Statistics 2010/11Edit

Liga ASOBAL Position Pts P W D L F A
BM Ciudad Real 2nd 54 30 27 0 3 986 777

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