Santa Teresa CD

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Santa Teresa
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Full nameSanta Teresa Club Deportivo
Founded2006
2013 (merger)
Ground Nuevo Vivero,
Badajoz, Extremadura,
Spain
Capacity15,000
President Flag of Spain.svg Javier Lorido
Head coach Flag of Spain.svg Hugo Salgado
LeagueRegional Preferente
2017–18Regional Preferente, 11th
Website Club website

Santa Teresa Club Deportivo, formerly Badajoz Club de Fútbol and Deportivo Pacense, is a football club based in Badajoz in the autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. Founded in 2006, it plays in Tercera División - Group 14.

Badajoz City in Extremadura, Spain

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History

Unión Deportiva Badajoz was founded in 2006 and Badajoz CF in the summer of 2012. The current club was founded in summer 2013 after the merger of Badajoz CF, UD Badajoz and CD Puerta Palmas.

In July 2014, the club changed its name to Deportivo Pacense. [1] In July 2017, the club merged with Santa Teresa CD, a women's football club, and changed to the latter name. [2]

Santa Teresa CD (women)

Santa Teresa CD is a Spanish women's football club based in Badajoz (Extremadura). Founded in 1998 it plays in Primera División (women), holding home games at Estadio El Vivero, with a 1,500-seat capacity.

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Season to season

SeasonTierDivisionPlace Copa del Rey
2006/0761ª Reg.1st
2007/085Reg. Pref.2nd
2008/09 4 13th
2009/10 4 13th
2010/11 4 16th
2011/12 4 7th
2012/13 4 2nd
SeasonTierDivisionPlace Copa del Rey
2013/14 4 4th
SeasonTierDivisionPlace Copa del Rey
2014/15 4 17th
2015/16 4 20th
2016/175Reg. Pref.15th
SeasonTierDivisionPlace Copa del Rey
2017/185Reg. Pref.11th

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References

  1. "El Badajoz CF se transforma en el Deportivo Pacense" (in Spanish). Diario Hoy. 1 July 2014. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
  2. "El masculino del Santa Teresa Badajoz jugará en Primera División Extremeña" (in Spanish). Santa Teresa Badajoz. 4 July 2017. Retrieved 28 September 2018.