Urraca Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football club based in Posada de Llanes, Llanes in the autonomous community of Asturias. Urraca plays its home games at Estadio La Corredoria, opened in January 2012 with a game Under-17 teams of Spain and Italy. Spaniards won the game by 5–1. It has a capacity for 1,700 people but only 198 seats, all of them in the main tribune.
|Full name||Urraca Club de Fútbol|
|Nickname(s)||Urracas (The Magpies)|
|Ground||Campo de La Corredoria, Posada de Llanes,|
|Chairman||Juan José González Álvarez|
|League||3ª – Group 2|
|2020–21||3ª – Group 2 (B), 6th of 10|
3ª – Group 2 (C), 5th of 6
The first Club Deportivo Urraca was founded on 18 August 1949 and dissolved in the 1950s.
The club was refounded as Urraca Club de Fútbol in 1979 and it finished as last qualified in their first season. After spending all his history at regional divisions, Urraca promoted to Tercera División – Group 2 in May 2012.
Urraca remained five consecutive seasons in Tercera División. In 2019, the club comes back to the fourth tier after winning the Regional Preferente, thus qualifying for the first time to the Copa del Rey thanks to the new competition format implemented since the 2019–20 season.
Season to seasonEdit
- 7 seasons in Tercera División
In December 2014, Urraca CF decided to a women's team for competing in the Regional league of Asturias. In its first season, the team finished in the 11th position out of 14.
|Season||Division||Place||Copa de la Reina|
- "Pablo Detori - Urraca C.F. :: Fútbol de Asturias ::". www.lapreferente.com. Retrieved 2020-10-16.
- España vence a Italia en un gran partido (5-1) Royal Spanish Football Federation website. 25 January 2012
- "The latest news from Urraca CF: squad, results, table". www.besoccer.com. Retrieved 2020-10-16.
- "Sufriendo pero de Tercera" (in Spanish). Urraca CF. 28 May 2012.
- "El Urraca se proclama campeón de Preferente y jugará la Copa" (in Spanish). Fútbol Asturiano. 19 May 2019.
- "El Urraca trabaja para contar con un equipo femenino" (in Spanish). La Nueva España. 11 December 2014. Retrieved 6 June 2016.