Real Murcia Club de Fútbol, commonly known as Real Murcia ([reˈal ˈmuɾθja], "Royal Murcia"), is a Spanish football club based in Murcia, in the namesake region. Founded in 8 February 1908, it currently plays in Segunda División B – Group 4, playing home matches at Estadio Nueva Condomina, which holds 31,179 spectators.
|Full name||Real Murcia Club|
de Fútbol, S.A.D.
|Founded||8 February 1908|
|Ground||Nueva Condomina, Murcia,|
|Head coach||Adrián Hernández|
|League||2ª B – Group 4|
|2018–19||2ª B – Group 4, 11th|
In domestic football, the club has won a record 8 Segunda División titles.
Home colours are mainly scarlet shirt and white shorts.
Officially founded in 1919 as Levante Foot-ball Club (records show earlier denominations, such as 1903's Foot Ball Club de Murcia and 1906's Murcia Football Club), Real Murcia was named as such, in 1923–24, by king Alfonso XIII. The following year, the La Condomina stadium was opened, with the club holding home games there for the next 82 years uninterrupted.
Season to seasonEdit
- Real Murcia Imperial – Murcia's reserve team