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Real Murcia Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. is a Spanishmarker football club based in Murciamarker, in the namesake regionmarker. Founded in 1908, it currently plays in the second division.

The team finished 19th in the top flight in 2007-08, and holds home games at the Nueva Condominamarker, which can hold 33,045 spectators. Home colors are mainly scarlet shirt and white shorts.

History

Officially founded in 1908 (posterior records show earlier denominations, as 1903's Foot Ball Club de Murcia and 1906's Murcia Football Club), Real Murcia was named as such, in 1923-24, by king Alfonso XIII. The following year, the La Condominamarker stadium was inaugurated, with the club holding home games there for the next 82 years uninterrupted.

In 1929, the club first competed in Tercera División, achieving its first ever La Liga promotion in 1939-40, a feat repeated four years later. After years of mainly playing in the second level (even briefly returning to the fourth), it returned to the first division for 1980-81, for another nine-year spell.

During the 90's, Murcia also featured briefly in Tercera, but played mainly in the second division. Both the last match played at the old Condomina, on November 11, 2006, and the first at the new groundsmarker, 15 days later, resulted in home defeats (0-1 to Polideportivo Ejido and 1-4 against Real Valladolid); however, Murcia returned to the first division three years after its last spell.

Murcia started 2007-08 well, resisting in mid-table positions until early 2008, with not even the change in coach, with former national team boss Javier Clemente taking over Lucas Alcaraz, being able to prevent relegation.

In 2008-09, with Murcia placed in the relegation zone, Clemente was also sacked, in mid-December 2008.

Current squad

As of 31 August 2009

Youth players

Out on loan

Statistics 2008-09

  • Top Scorers:
    • Bruno - 10 goals
    • Despotovic - 8 goals
    • Iván Alonso - 5 goals
  • Top Goalkeepers:
    • Elía - 46 goals in 35 matches
    • Alberto - 9 goals in 5 matches
    • Carini - 2 goals in 1 match


Seasons

Recent seasons

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Season to season

Season
Pos.
Pl.
W
D
L
GS
GA
P
Cup
Notes
2002-2003
2D
1
42 23 10 9
59 22 79
Promoted to La Liga
2003-2004
1D
20
38 5 11 22
29 57 26
Relegated to Segunda División
2004-2005
2D
12
42 15 9 18
40 52 54
2005-2006
2D
16
42 13 13 16
41 40 52
2006-2007
2D
3
42 21 13 8
62 45 76
Promoted to La Liga
2007-2008
1D
19
38 7 9 22
36 65 30
Relegated to Segunda División
2008-2009
2D
14
42 14 10 18
48 58 52

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



Famous players



Famous coaches



See also



External links



Season
Division
Place
Copa del Rey
1990/91
3rd
1991/92
11th
1992/93
2ªB
1st
1993/94
18th
1994/95
2ªB
17th
1995/96
1st
1996/97
2ªB
13th
1997/98
2ªB
8th
1998/99
2ªB
4th
1999/00
2ªB
2nd
2000/01
13th
2001/02
15th
2002/03
1st
2003/04
20th
2004/05
12th
2005/06
16th
2006/07
3rd
2007/08
19th
2008/09
14th
2009/10

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