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Real Racing Club de Santander, S.A.D., sometimes abbreviated to Racing or Racing Santander, is a Spanishmarker Primera División football club based in Santandermarker which was founded in 1913. During the period of Francoist Spainmarker, it was renamed as Real Santander in 1941 (because of the prohibition of non-Spanish names). The name was restored in 1977. The best result of the club was 2nd in 1930-31 season. Racing Santander finished 6th in 2007-2008 and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the first time in their history.

1936 Algiers invitational tournament

In 1936, Racing de Santander competed in a four team invitational tournament in Algiersmarker, Algeriamarker. With Algeria then under Frenchmarker colonial rule, the official programme listed the venue as Stade-Velodrome Municipal d'Alger and the participants as:

Le Queen of the South - La Belle Equipe Ecossaise de Première Division

Racing Club de Santander - Favori des Championnats d'Espagne

Floriana - Champion Officiel et Vainqueur de la Coupe

R.U.A. - Champion de l'Afrique du Nord 1935

The match days were Thursday 21 May and Sunday 24 May.

Home side Racing Universitaire d'Alger (R.U.A. for whom Nobel Prize winning author/philosopher Albert Camus had played in goals for their junior team) had already won both the North African Champions Cup and the North African Cup in the 30s (R.U.A. would win each twice by the decade's end). Goals by Willie Thomson and Joe Tulip saw Queens book a place in the invitational tournament final with a 2 - 1 victory against them.

In the final Queens faced a Racing Santander side who had just finished 4th in Spain's Primera División, notching home and away double victories against both Real Madrid and Barcelona. Racing had seen off Floriana in their semi final. Norrie Haywood's goal and a 1 - 0 scoreline saw victory for La Belle Equipe Ecossaise. The trophy can still be seen in Queens' club museum today.

Seasons

Recent seasons

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Season to season

Season
Pos.
Pl.
W
D
L
GS
GA
P
Cup
Notes
1997-1998
1D
14
38 12 9 17
46 55 45
3rd round
1998-1999
1D
15
38 10 12 16
41 53 42
quarterfinals
1999-2000
1D
15
38 10 16 12
52 50 46
2000-2001
1D
19
38 10 9 19
48 62 39
quarterfinals
relegated
1 season at lower levels
2002-2003
1D
16
38 13 5 20
54 64 44
2003-2004
1D
17
38 11 10 17
48 63 43
2004-2005
1D
16
38 12 8 18
41 58 44
3rd round
2005-2006
1D
17
38 9 13 16
36 49 40
3rd round
2006-2007
1D
10
38 12 14 12
42 48 50
2nd round
2007-2008
1D
6
38 17 9 12
42 41 60
semifinals
Season
Division
Place
Copa del Rey
1929
10th
1929/30
8th
1930/31
2nd
1931/32
4th
1932/33
8th
1933/34
3rd
1934/35
10th
1935/36
4th
1939/40
12th
1940/41
6th
1941/42
4th
1942/43
7th
1943/44
1st
1944/45
6th
1945/46
9th
1946/47
12th
1947/48
1st
1948/49
11th
1949/50
1st
Season
Division
Place
Copa del Rey
1950/51
10th
1951/52
14th
1952/53
11th
1953/54
8th
1954/55
15th
1955/56
11th
1956/57
8th
1957/58
3rd
1958/59
9th
1959/60
1st
1960/61
12th
1961/62
14th
1962/63
3rd
1963/64
4th
1964/65
7th
1965/66
8th
1966/67
12th
1967/68
11th
1968/69
2nd
Season
Division
Place
Copa del Rey
1969/70
1st
1970/71
13th
1971/72
15th
1972/73
3rd
1973/74
17th
1974/75
2nd
1975/76
12th
1976/77
15th
1977/78
13th
1978/79
17th
1979/80
16th
1980/81
3rd
1981/82
12th
1982/83
18th
1983/84
4th
1984/85
11th
1985/86
12th
1986/87
16th
1987/88
14th
1988/89
6th
1989/90
17th



Current squad

Out on loan

Coaches



see also

References



External links



Season
Division
Place
Copa del Rey
1990/91
2ªB
1st
1991/92
10th
1992/93
3rd
1993/94
8th
1994/95
12th
1995/96
17th
1996/97
13th
1997/98
14th
1998/99
15th
1999/00
15th
2000/01
19th
2001/02
2nd
2002/03
16th
2003/04
17th
2004/05
16th
2005/06
17th
2006/07
10th
2007/08
6th
2008/09
12th
2009/10

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