Albacete Balompie

Sport Soccer
Country Spain Spain
Home town Albacete
Founding year 1940
Leagues Segunda Division

Albacete Balompie is a Spanish football club based in Albacete in Castile-La Mancha. They currently feature in the Segunda Division.

Albacete Balompie were established in 1940 as Albacete Futbol Asociacion and reached the second tier of Spanish football for the first time in the 1985-1986 season.

Albacete gained promotion to La Liga in 1989 for the first time in history and finished seventh in their debut season in the Spanish top flight. But they were relegated in 1995-1996 and soon started to struggle with monetary problems.

Albacete came back to La Liga in the 2002-2003 season but went down in 2004-2005.

Albacete Balompie play their home matches at Carlos Belmonte that can accommodate 17,300 spectators. They bear the nickname “Queso Mecanico” (A clockwork cheese).

Match Results

Albacete Balompie played a game against Racing that ended in a draw ( - ) La Liga -

Sociedad

Sociedad played a game against Albacete Balompie that ended in a draw ( - ) La Liga -

Albacete Balompie played a game against Villarreal that ended in a draw ( - ) La Liga -

Levante

Levante played a game against Albacete Balompie that ended in a draw ( - ) La Liga -

Team Roster

Name Position
Diego Da Silva Costa forward
Néstor Susaeta Jaurrieta midfielder
Jérémy Bela midfielder
Eddy Silvestre Pascual İsrafilov midfielder
Leonardo Capezzi midfielder
Rey Manaj forward
Alvaro Pena Herrero midfielder
Álvaro Arroyo Martínez defender
Alfredo Ortuño Martínez forward
Pelayo Novo García midfielder
Miguel Ángel Garrido Cifuentes defender
Christian Stuani forward
Karim Azamoum midfielder

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