CF Atlético Ciudad

CF Atlético Ciudad
Atlético Ciudad
CA Ciudad de Lorquí.png
Full name Club de Fútbol Atlético Ciudad
Founded 2007
Dissolved 2010
Ground Juan de la Cierva,
Lorquí, Murcia,
(Capacity: 1,600)
2009–10 2ªB - Group 4, 7th
Home colours
Away colours

Club de Fútbol Atlético Ciudad was a Spanish football club based in Murcia, in the autonomous community of Murcia. Founded in 2007, it played its last season in Segunda División B (group IV), holding home matches at Estadio Juan de la Cierva, with a 1,600-seat capacity.



On June 6, 2007, Ciudad de Murcia was acquired by an investor from Granada, transferring to that city and being renamed it Granada 74 CF. As the second division team moved to Granada, the reserve team and the Escuela Municipal Deporte Lorquí merged, and CA Ciudad de Lorquí was founded.

On October 31, 2008 the club changed its name to Club de Fútbol Atlético Ciudad. Two years later, on August 1, the club was forced to relegate to Tercera División after not being able to pay a debt due of 700,000 euros, which consequently led to the club being dissolved.[1][2][3]

Club names

  • Club Atlético Ciudad de Lorquí - (2007–08)
  • Club de Fútbol Atlético Ciudad - (2008–10)

Season to season

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
2007/08 1st
2008/09 2ªB 8th
2009/10 2ªB 7th

Last squad (2009–10)

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Miguel Zapata
2 Spain DF Óscar Valero
3 Spain DF Antonio Ayala
4 Spain DF Aloisio
5 Spain DF Alberto Bayón
6 Spain MF Borja Yebra
7 Spain MF Iván Boniquet
8 Spain FW Félix Prieto
9 Spain FW Josu Santamaría
11 Spain MF Óscar
13 Spain FW José Plata (on loan from Granada)
14 Spain DF Álex Cruz
No. Position Player
15 Spain DF Fran González
16 Spain MF Raúl Barcos
17 Spain MF Guille Roldán
18 Spain MF Josemi
20 Spain FW Emilio Guerra
21 Spain MF Edgar
22 Angola MF Danilson
23 Spain DF Álex Bolaños
25 Spain GK Javi Muñoz
26 Spain MF Nacho
Sweden FW Darko Lukanović
Spain MF Rodri

Famous players

See also


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