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Ponferradina is a football (soccer) club from Spain.

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Sociedad Deportiva Ponferradina, S.A.D. is a List of football clubs in Spain based in Ponferrada, in the El Bierzo region, Province of León, in the autonomous community of Castile and León. Founded on 7 June 1922, it plays in Segunda División B, holding home matches at Estadio El Toralín, a soccer-specific stadium with a seating capacity of 8,300 spectators.

The team's kit consists of a blue and white striped shirt, and blue shorts.


Sociedad Deportiva Ponferradina was founded in 1922. It spent the vast majority of its professional years in the Tercera División and Segunda División B. In 1967, with the club in the former category, it achieved an historic 6–1 win against La Liga giants Real Madrid C.F..

On 5 September 2000, Estadio El Toralín was inaugurated as the club's new grounds, replacing Fuentesnuevas; the first match there was a friendly against Celta de Vigo. In 2006–07 Segunda División, Ponfe competed for the first time in Segunda División, but would be immediately relegated back, as third from the bottom.

In the 2009–10 Segunda División B, Ponferradina returned to division two: after winning the regular season with 75 points, it defeated UE Sant Andreu on Penalty shootout (association football), in the 2009–10 Segunda División Play-Off (after winning and losing 1–0 over the two legs); subsequently, the club appeared in the league final, losing to Granada CF 0–1 on aggregate.

Season to season

- 18 seasons in Segunda División B
- 46 seasons in Tercera División

From Ponferradina B


- Regional Championships: 1934–35
- Fourth Division: 1957–58, 1965–66, 1986–87
- Third Division: 2004–05, 2007–08, 2009–10
- Castilla y León Cup: Castilla y León Cup 2010–11

Famous players

- Lucas Gatti
- Martín Morello
- Gonzalo Pavone
- Juan Pablo Raponi
- Yuri de Souza
- Evangelios Krios

- Daniel Cifuentes Alfaro
- David Cobeño
- Óscar de Paula
- Miguel Ángel Lozano
- Delio Morollón
see also

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