CD Lugo

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Club Deportivo Lugo is a Spanish football team based in Lugo, in the autonomous community of Galicia. Founded on 8 July 1953, it plays in Segunda División, holding home games at Estadio Anxo Carro.

CD Lugo logo.svg
Full nameClub Deportivo Lugo S.A.D.
Nickname(s)Albivermellos (White and red)
Luguiño (Little Lugo)
O nabo mecánico (The Clockwork Game)
Founded8 July 1953; 68 years ago (1953-07-08)
GroundAnxo Carro, Lugo,
Galicia, Spain
OwnerFrisaqués, S. L.
PresidentTino Saqués
Head coachHernán Pérez
LeagueSegunda División
2021–22Segunda División, 16th of 22
WebsiteClub website
Current season


The new board of directors was officially formed under the presidency of Emilio Núñez Torrón on Wednesday, 8 July 1953, after a merger between SG Lucense and CD Polvorín. CD Lugo played their first official match against Pontevedra CF on Sunday, 13 September 1953. Lugo won it 3:1.[2] With the new configuration of the Tercera División from the 1956–57 season Lugo permanently played there for many further years. In the 1961-62 Lugo led by the coach Luis Diestro won their first trophy, becoming Tercera División champion.[3]

Lugo earned promotion for the first time to Segunda División in 1992, but could not remain more than one season in the league. The 1992-93 season was unsuccessful for the club, as it had only 25 points in 38 games and finished in the 18th position among 20 teams.[4] Lugo became a representative of the middle class of the Segunda División B. Between 1994 and 2000 the club had no problems retaining its place in the category.[5]

It took 20 years before the club earned promotion again to the second division after beating Cádiz in the last round of the promotion play-offs, after a penalty shootout.

In 2013 the club started their second consecutive season in the Segunda. Lugo finished in 12th position with 54 points, just 4 points from being relegated to Segunda División B.[3]

The 2014–15 season was the sixth and the last for coach Quique Setién. With 49 points Lugo reached 15th position and achieved their goal to retain its place in Segunda División.[2] Luis Milla was chosen as a new coach for the 2015–16 season. Unfortunately, he left the club in February 2016. He explained that it was due to personal reasons and the club accepted his resignation.[6]

In October 2017, after twelve rounds of the 2017–18 season, Lugo for the first time in their history led the table of the Segunda División.[7] However, the team finished that season in the 12th position.[6]

During the 2018-19 season Lugo was fighting to stay in the Segunda División, and finally ended up on the 18th position which allowed them to remain in the Spanish Second Division for a seventh consecutive season.[2] The club went undefeated in the last 6 games of the season[8] which helped them finish just 2 points above the relegation zone.[9]


The current kit consists of a red and white vertical striped shirt, light blue shorts and light blue socks. The shirt has remained unchanged since 1955 except in 1996 when horizontal stripes were chosen instead of vertical. The second kit isn't set and has changed multiple times. However, the light blue similar to the Flag of Galicia is the one that has been used the longest.

For the 2013/14 Second Division season, the company originally commissioned to make the kit was the Italian company Kappa, but due to disagreements over the retail price, the agreement was cancelled, and a new agreement was reached with the company Enfíos.

Kit historyEdit


Season to seasonEdit

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1953–54 3 5th DNP
1954–55 3 8th DNP
1955–56 3 9th DNP
1956–57 3 3rd DNP
1957–58 3 4th DNP
1958–59 3 3rd DNP
1959–60 3 5th DNP
1960–61 3 2nd DNP
1961–62 3 1st DNP
1962–63 3 2nd DNP
1963–64 3 4th DNP
1964–65 3 3rd DNP
1965–66 3 5th DNP
1966–67 3 2nd DNP
1967–68 3 4th DNP
1968–69 3 5th DNP
1969–70 3 2nd Fourth round
1970–71 3 10th First round
1971–72 3 16th Second round
1972–73 4 Serie A 1st DNP
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1973–74 3 10th First round
1974–75 3 5th Third round
1975–76 3 15th First round
1976–77 3 14th First round
1977–78 4 1st First round
1978–79 3 2ª B 18th Second round
1979–80 4 7th First round
1980–81 4 1st First round
1981–82 4 3rd First round
1982–83 4 4th First round
1983–84 4 4th Second round
1984–85 4 4th First round
1985–86 4 1st Second round
1986–87 3 2ª B 11th Second round
1987–88 3 2ª B 9th Third round
1988–89 3 2ª B 5th Third round
1989–90 3 2ª B 5th DNP
1990–91 3 2ª B 2nd First round
1991–92 3 2ª B 2nd Fourth round
1992–93 2 18th Fifth round
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1993–94 3 2ª B 8th Third round
1994–95 3 2ª B 11th Third round
1995–96 3 2ª B 10th DNP
1996–97 3 2ª B 20th DNP
1997–98 3 2ª B 6th DNP
1998–99 3 2ª B 11th DNP
1999–2000 3 2ª B 8th DNP
2000–01 3 2ª B 15th DNP
2001–02 3 2ª B 9th DNP
2002–03 3 2ª B 18th DNP
2003–04 4 6th DNP
2004–05 4 3rd DNP
2005–06 4 2nd DNP
2006–07 3 2ª B 9th Second round
2007–08 3 2ª B 7th DNP
2008–09 3 2ª B 8th First round
2009–10 3 2ª B 7th DNP
2010–11 3 2ª B 1st DNP
2011–12 3 2ª B 3rd First round
2012–13 2 11th Second round
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2013–14 2 12th Third round
2014–15 2 15th Third round
2015–16 2 14th Third round
2016–17 2 9th Second round
2017–18 2 12th Third round
2018–19 2 18th Round of 32
2019–20 2 16th First round
2020–21 2 18th Second round
2021–22 2 16th Second round
2022–23 2

Current squadEdit

As of 22 March 2022[10]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   ESP Álex Pérez
3 DF   ESP Diego Alende (on loan from Valladolid)
4 MF   ESP Juan Antonio Ros
5 MF   ESP Carlos Pita (captain)
6 MF   ESP Juanpe Jiménez
7 FW   ESP David Mayoral (on loan from Cádiz)
8 MF   ESP Fernando Seoane (2nd captain)
9 FW   ESP Manu Barreiro
11 FW   PHI José Ángel Carrillo
12 DF   ESP Pol García
13 GK   ESP Óscar Whalley
14 MF   ESP Xavi Torres
15 DF   ESP Roberto Canella
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 FW   ESP Chris Ramos
17 MF   ESP Sebas Moyano
18 MF   ESP Josep Señé
19 DF   UKR Orest Lebedenko
20 MF   ESP Pablo Clavería
21 DF   ESP Alberto Rodríguez
22 DF   ESP Edu Campabadal (4th captain)
23 FW   ESP Joselu (on loan from Tenerife)
24 MF   ESP Iriome (3rd captain)
29 FW   BOL Jaume Cuéllar
30 DF   ESP Ricard Sánchez (on loan from Granada)
34 GK   ESP Fran Vieites

Reserve teamEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
26 GK   ESP Julen Fernández
27 DF   ESP Andrés Castrín
31 DF   ESP Luis Castro
32 MF   MTN Idrissa Thiam
No. Pos. Nation Player
33 DF   ESP Carlos Torrado
35 FW   PUR Leandro Antonetti
37 MF   ESP Alejandro Fidalgo
41 FW   ESP David Rojo

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   ARG Matías Vesprini (at Compostela until 30 June 2022)
MF   ESP Dani Vidal (at Coruxo until 30 June 2022)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW   ESP Christian Martínez (at Bergantiños until 30 June 2022)
FW   MLI Sidi (at Lemos until 30 June 2022)

Current technical staffEdit

Position Staff
Manager   Rubén Albés
Assistant manager   Toni Madrigal
Fitness coach   Fran Albert
Goalkeeping coach   Rubén Arce
Technical assistant   Iván Cabezudo
Analyst   Wagner Molina
Assistant fitness coach   Santiago Pineda
  David Morilla

Last updated: November 2021
Source: CD Lugo (in Spanish)


CD Lugo play its home matches at the Estadio Anxo Carro. It has a capacity of approximately 8,000. Built in 1974 it was inaugurated on 31 August 1974, with a triangular tournament featuring also Deportivo de La Coruña and Club Lemos.

Famous playersEdit

Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.



  1. ^ "DATOS" (in Spanish). CD Lugo. Retrieved 26 September 2020.
  2. ^ a b c Historia
  3. ^ a b "Historia | Lugo - Web Oficial". Historia | Lugo - Web Oficial (in Spanish). Retrieved 12 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Segunda División, Temporada 1992/1993 - liga smartbank, segunda division, campeonato nacional de liga de segunda división, segunda division española, laliga 2 española". Retrieved 27 December 2019.
  5. ^ "Historia | Lugo - Web Oficial". Historia | Lugo - Web Oficial (in Spanish). Retrieved 27 December 2019.
  6. ^ a b "Luis Milla dimite como entrenador del Lugo". Marca (in Spanish). 24 February 2016. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  7. ^ "El Lugo, líder en solitario por primera vez en su historia" (in Spanish). Diario AS. 31 October 2017. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
  8. ^ "Lugo - Segunda División 2018/2019". Retrieved 27 December 2019.
  9. ^ "Segunda División, Temporada 2018/2019 - liga smartbank, segunda division, campeonato nacional de liga de segunda división, segunda division española, laliga 2 española". Retrieved 27 December 2019.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 19 October 2019. Retrieved 23 August 2017.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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