CD La Unión

Club Deportivo La Unión was a Spanish football team based in La Unión, Murcia. Founded in 2001 and dissolved in 2011, it played its last season in Tercera División – Group 13, holding home games at Polideportivo Municipal de La Unión, with a capacity for 2,000 spectators.

La Unión
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Full nameClub Deportivo La Unión
Founded2001
Dissolved2011
GroundPolideportivo Municipal,
La Unión, Murcia,
Spain
Capacity2,000
2010–113ª - Group 13, 4th

HistoryEdit

In 2004, three years after being founded, La Unión first reached Tercera División, finishing twice in the top four over the course of seven seasons, but consecutively falling short in the promotion playoffs. In July 2009, it became FC Cartagena's reserve team.[1][2]

Before the 2011–12 season started, the relationship between Cartagena and La Unión came to an end.[3]

 
Cartagena-La Unión logo

Club backgroundEdit

  • Club Deportivo La Unión — (2001–09)
  • Fútbol Club Cartagena-La Unión — (2009–11)
  • Club Deportivo La Unión — (2011)

Season to seasonEdit

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
2001–03 Regional
2004/05 15th
2005/06 9th
2006/07 6th
2007/08 7th
2008/09 3rd
2009/10 5th
2010/11 4th

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