Gimnástica Segoviana CF
Gimnástica Segoviana Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in Segovia, the capital of the namesake province, in the autonomous community of Castile and León. Founded in 1928 as Sociedad Deportiva Gimnástica Segoviana, it plays in Segunda División B – Group 1, holding home games at Estadio La Albuera, which has a capacity of 6,000 spectators (5,326 in terrace areas and 674 in the tribunes).
|Full name||Gimnástica Segoviana|
Club de Fútbol
|Ground||La Albuera, Segovia,|
Castile and León, Spain
|Head coach||Manuel González Millán|
|League||3ª – Group 8|
|2018–19||3ª – Group 8, 2nd|
On June 28, 1928 the club named S.D. Gimnástica Segoviana was officially created with Francisco del Barrio being elected as its first president.
After playing since its foundation between Tercera División and the Regional leagues, Gimnástica Segoviana promoted to Segunda División B for the first time in 1999, but the club could not remain in the league and was immediately relegated after its first season in the third tier.
In 2011, Gimnástica segoviana repeated success, this time after beating Arroyo CP, SD Noja and SD Logroñés in the promotion play-offs, but again was relegated in the next season. Five years later, the club would come back to the third tier after beating Atlético Malagueño by a huge 4–1 overall in the promotion play-offs.
- Sociedad Deportiva Gimnástica Segoviana - (1928–2006)
- Gimnástica Segoviana Club de Fútbol - (2006–)
Season to seasonEdit
- As of 7 November 2017
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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