C.F. Delfines de Alba

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C.F. Delfines de Alba (1600129)
File-Image-Delfinesdealba.png
managed by delfin
Full Name Club de Fútbol Delfines de Alba
Abbrevation CFDA
Slogan Best young team in Hattrick´s history for love to Alba
Team Colors Red, Blue, Grey, Yellow
Founded 18-12-2008
Country España Spain
Region Galicia
Ranking 12 287
Stadium Paraíso del Mar Salvaje
Capacity 30 000 seats
Fan club The Fellowship of the Sea
Coach Latvija Nikita Karasev
League VII.224
Kits HomeDDAhomekit42small.pngAwayDDAawaykit42small.png

C.F. Delfines de Alba (full name: Club de Fútbol Delfines de Alba) is a football team in Spain. The team currently plays in league VII.224 of the Spanish Competition. The team is home to the Spain region of Galicia, and play their home matches in the Paraíso del Mar Salvaje Stadium, that offers place to 30 000 fans. The official fanclub is called The Fellowship of the Sea, and has about 1500 members.


History[edit]

Foundation[edit]

The team was founded on December 18th 2008, and started to play in the Spanish League XI.3820. The team only played in the last 5 games of that season, and ended that first season 5th.

Record consequent victories[edit]

The next season in XI.3820, C.F. Delfines de Alba started their record run of 44 consequent victories, making it possible for the team to promote every season again. They consequently claimed League XI.3280, X.507 and IX.658, each with a maximum of 42 points and 14 wins. The record run came to an end in Season 41, when they were defeated 3-2 by De fet en Jaumo on the third matchday. Despite this, C.F. Delfined de Alba would still claim the title in this competition (VIII.169), and promote to VII.224.

Overview of the record of consequent victories[edit]

Season Division Wins
38 (Spain: 26) XI.3280 14
39 (Spain: 27) X.507 14
40 (Spain: 28) IX.658 14
41 (Spain: 29) VIII.169 2
Seasons: 4 TOTAL 44

Moncho Matus[edit]

An important player in the team is Chilean Forward Moncho Matus, who scored 68 goals in this period, becoming top scorer of his league 4 times in a row.

Current Squad[edit]

Trainer: Latvija Nikita Karasev

No. Position Player
1 España GK HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Javier Oviedo
2 Sverige WB HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Lauris Bošs
4 Nederland CD HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarGrey.png Bing Schaars
5 Sverige CM HTStar5.pngHTStarHalfGrey.pngHTStarGrey.png Torbjörn Myrmo
6 Suomi CM HTStar5.pngHTStarGrey.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Ville Pynttäri
7 Norge CF HTStar5.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Karl Myhren
8 Uruguay W HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Hugo De La Fuente
9 Chile CF HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Moncho Matus
10 France CF HTStar5.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Romain Énée
11 Belgium CM HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Ronny Luyens
12 Italia W/WB HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.png Giuseppe Batzu
13 España W HTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Samuel Colominas
14 Deutschland CM HTStar5.png Ben Beider
No. Position Player
16 España CF HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png César Rodríguez
17 Nederland CF HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Arthur Beumer
18 España W HTStar.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Paco Alférez
19 España CF HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarGrey.png Borxa Fregueiro
20 España GK HTStar.pngHTStar.png Salomón Desgurra
21 Nederland CD/WB HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Erik-Jan Wanders
22 Schweiz CM HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Alex Quentin
23 Sverige W HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png Roger Renhall
24 España W HTStar.pngHTStarGreyHalf.png Santiago Rojas Caro
25 Suomi CD HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png Mikko Ruoho
26 España CF HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarGrey.png Estanislau Abeigón
27 España Roberto Zavala Aguilar
28 España Javier Marías