Extremadura UD Femenino

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Extremadura Unión Deportiva Femenino, formerly known as CF Puebla Extremadura and later as Extremadura Femenino CF, is a Spanish women football club from Almendralejo.

Full nameExtremadura UD Femenino
GroundFrancisco de la Hera,
Almendralejo, Badajoz
ChairmanAntonio Rodríguez
ManagerFrancisco Gómez Pacomio
League1ªN – Group 4
2018–192ª – Group 4,, 8th


Extremadura Femenino was founded in Puebla de la Calzada, Badajoz in 1995 as Club de Fútbol Femenino Puebla. It won the national championship in 2000, beating AD Torrejón in the final, and it was the runner-up in 1999 in 2002, second to CD Oroquieta and Levante UD. CFF Puebla also reached the national cup's final in 2001 and 2005, but lost both times to Levante.[1]

Logo of Extremadura Femenino, used until 2017.

Also known as Club Irex Puebla for sponsorship reasons from 2005, the team gradually declined through the 2000s, and suffering from financial strain in 2008 it merged with AD Las Mercedes to form Extremadura FCF, moving to Almendralejo. In the 2008–09 season the team collapsed, ending second to last in the table and being thus relegated. With the championship's expansion for the following season Extremadura applied for a place in 2009 and 2010, but it was denied it both times.[2] Several of its former players played in the premier championship for SPC Llanos de Olivenza, which took its place as Extremadura's powerhouse.

On 15 July 2017, Extremadura Femenino would be integrated into the structure of Extremadura UD.[3]

Season by seasonEdit


Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
1998–99 (G. 4) 2nd
1999–00 1st Semifinals
2000–01 (G. 4) 1st Runner-up
2001–02 (G. 4) 2nd
2002–03 3rd Semifinals
2003–04 4th Semifinals
2004–05 6th Runner-up
2005–06 6th Quarterfinals
2006–07 7th Quarterfinals
2007–08 6th Quarterfinals

Extremadura FemeninoEdit

Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
2008–09 15th
2009–10 1st
2010–11 2nd
2011–12 4th
2012–13 8th
2013–14 6th
2014–15 6th
2015–16 9th
2016–17 5th


Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
2017–18 4th
2018–19 8th[a]
2019–20 1ªN
  1. ^ Due to the creation of the new Primera División B, the team remained in the same league but it became the third level.

Current squadEdit

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Aroa Barrero
3   DF Eliane Bodolo
4   DF Arancha Benítez
5   MF Bernadette Kakounan
6   FW Judith Gallardo
7   DF Carmen Hermosel
8   MF Lorena Romero
9   FW Laura Carrasco
10   FW Érika Martín
12   DF Ana Rico
13   GK Celia Gracia
15   FW Agnès Nkada
No. Position Player
16   FW Amanda Monterroso
17   DF Emma González
18   MF Sara Murillo
20   MF Lily Niber-Lawrence
21   FW Sheyla Venegas
23   FW María Aguza
  GK Carole Mimboe
  FW Loli Reyman
  María Becerra
  María Antonia García
  Lola Santiago


As PueblaEdit


  1. ^ Levante conquers its fifth Cup title. AS, 13 June 2005
  2. ^ Extremadura is unpleased with RFEF for rejecting its entry in the Superliga. Hoy.es, 28 July 2010
  3. ^ "Nace el Extremadura Femenino" (in Spanish). El Periódico de Extremadura. 15 July 2017. Retrieved 22 July 2017.

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