Club Deportivo Linares was a Spanish football team based in Linares, Jaén, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1990 and dissolved in July 2009, it played its last season in 2008–09, in Second Division B - Group 4. The team's stadium was Estadio de Linarejos, with a capacity of 12,000 seats.
|Full name||Club Deportivo Linares|
|Head coach||Manuel Tomé|
|League||2ªB - Group 4|
|2008–09||2ªB - Group 4, 14th|
On 21 July 2009, after seven consecutive seasons in Segunda B, the mayor of Linares, Juan Fernández, announced the club's defunction, due to the impossibility of paying its debt (around €4.7 million). It managed to play another seven seasons in division three.
Season to seasonEdit
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- La extinción del CD Linares se torna irremediable y se creará un nuevo club (CD Linares' extinction irreversible and a new club will be created) (in Spanish)
- Resucitando al Linares CF (Bringing Linares CF back to life) (in Spanish)
- La gestora da el primer paso para mantener vivo al CD Linares (Board takes first step to keep CD Linares alive) (in Spanish)
- La Federación no valida la inscripción del CD Linares y le obliga a desaparecer (RFEF renders CD Linares' registration invalid and forces it to fold) (in Spanish)
- Official website (in Spanish)