|Full name||Real Club Deportivo|
de La Coruña, S. Football club names are a part of the sport 's culture reflecting century-old traditions A. D.
|Nickname(s)||El Turco,Depor, Super Depor,|
|Ground||Estadio Municipal de Riazor|
|Chairman||Augusto César Lendoiro|
|Head Coach||Miguel Ángel Lotina|
|2007-08||La Liga, 9th|
Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña, S. This is a of lists of the use of Nicknames in football (soccer. Estadio Riazor is a football stadium in A Coruña, Galicia. The stadium is the home ground of Deportivo de La Coruña. The following is a list of Association football stadia. They are ordered by their capacity, that is the maximum number of spectators that the Miguel Ángel Lotina (born in June 18 1957 in Meñaka, Biscay) is a Spanish football manager and former footballer The Primera División of the es Liga de Fútbol Profesional ( Professional Football League) commonly known as La Liga or A. D. (in English Royal Sports Club of Corunna) is a Spanish football club. Spain () or the Kingdom of Spain (Reino de España is a country located mostly in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a Team sport played between two teams of eleven players and is widely considered The club was founded in 1906. Its home stadium in A Coruña (Galicia) is called Estadio Municipal de Riazor with a capacity of 34,600 spectators. A Coruña ( Spanish: La Coruña; Galician: A Coruña; also Corunna in English, and archaically The Groyne) is Galicia (occasionally Galiza) is an autonomous community in northwest Spain. Estadio Riazor is a football stadium in A Coruña, Galicia. The stadium is the home ground of Deportivo de La Coruña. 
In 1902 José María Abalo, a Coruña local who returned to his hometown after studying in England, introduced football to A Coruña. History The very beginning 1906 was the year when Deportivo de la Sala Calvet was founded and the club's first ever president was Luis Cornide A Coruña ( Spanish: La Coruña; Galician: A Coruña; also Corunna in English, and archaically The Groyne) is It started when he introduced the game to his group of friends who practiced it in the Bullring; little did they know this sport would turn into a phenomenon.
In 1904 Abalo and his group of friends formed a football team called Coruna the game reached to a new popularity as members of a prestigious gymnasium called Sala Calvet took notice and began to practice this new sport considered "exotic" by the young people of the city. This was the start of football's passage of time in Coruña.
In December 1906 these young men of Sala Calvet gymnasium created their own team called Club Deportivo de la Sala Calvet, that with time would become the Deportivo de Coruña. In about two and half years the club would be given the mark of royalty by King Alfonso XIII and be called Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña. At this time things were looking up as Deportivo would move into a new stadium called the Riazor (now called the Viejo Riazor).
Deportivo would continue to play in various leagues in Galicia and outside for two decades until 1928, when the Spanish league was formed. Galicia (occasionally Galiza) is an autonomous community in northwest Spain. Deportivo would fail to achieve qualification for the "Primera División" and so would begin playing in the Segunda División. The Segunda División (Second Division is the lower tier of the two professional leagues in Spain consisting of 22 teams Deportivo remained in the Segunda División, their greatest achievement eliminating Real Madrid from the Copa Del Rey till finally achieving promotion to the Primera División in 1928. The Primera División of the es Liga de Fútbol Profesional ( Professional Football League) commonly known as La Liga or
During a century, Coruña has lived through moments of sadness and joy, ups and downs, hope and disillusionment. Through uncertain periods immersed in strong debts and forgotten; through resounding defeats and epic triumphs, till the greatest moment in Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña's history- the first League title of its history to obtained in the season of 1999-2000- through the Champions League nights at Riazor. See also List of European Cup and UEFA Champions League winners The UEFA Champions League, which evolved from the European Champion Clubs' Cup is a seasonal club
The official badge depicts a knights belt encircling the original banner of Sala Calvet gymnaisum. The crown in the centre represents the clubs Royal decree and the diagonal blue stripe its identity as a Galician club.
Deportivo la Coruña have always played in their famous blue and white stripes, but it was not until 1912 that the club made these colours official for matches. Deportivo continue to wear blue and white striped shirts with blue shorts and socks, yet their second and third kits change annually according to comerical interests.
|Season||Pos. The Primera División of the es Liga de Fútbol Profesional ( Professional Football League) commonly known as La Liga or The Segunda División (Second Division is the lower tier of the two professional leagues in Spain consisting of 22 teams Segunda División B is the third level of the Spanish football league system. The Tercera División is the fourth level of the Spanish football league system. See also List of European Cup and UEFA Champions League winners The UEFA Champions League, which evolved from the European Champion Clubs' Cup is a seasonal club The UEFA Cup is a football competition for European club teams organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA. The UEFA Intertoto Cup, also abbreviated as UI Cup and originally called the International Football Cup, was a summer football competition for||Pl.||W||D||L||GS||GA||P||Cup||Europe||Other Comp. The Copa del Rey is an annual cup competition for Spanish football teams||Notes||Manager|
|1987-88||2D||16||38||8||15||15||35||47||31||3rd round||Eusebio Ríos & Arsenio Iglesias|
|1989-90||2D||4||38||19||6||13||45||38||44||1st round||Marco Antonio Boronat|
|1990-91||2D||2||38||8||15||15||60||32||48||last 16||promoted||Arsenio Iglesias|
|1991-92||1D||17||38||8||15||15||37||48||31||semi-final||Marco Antonio Boronat & Arsenio Iglesias|
|1992-93||1D||3||38||22||10||6||67||33||54||4th round||Arsenio Iglesias|
|1993-94||1D||2||38||22||12||4||54||18||56||last 16||UC||last 16||Arsenio Iglesias|
|1994-95||1D||2||38||20||11||7||68||42||51||winner||UC||last 16||Arsenio Iglesias|
|1995-96||1D||9||42||16||13||13||63||44||61||last 16||CWC||semi-final||SSC||John Toshack|
|1996-97||1D||3||42||21||14||7||57||30||77||last 16||John Toshack & Carlos Alberto Silva|
|1997-98||1D||12||38||12||13||13||44||46||49||quarter-final||UC||1st round||Carlos Alberto Silva & José Manuel Corral|
|1999-2000||1D||1||38||21||6||11||66||44||69||last 16||UC||last 16||Javier Irureta|
|2000-01||1D||2||38||22||7||9||73||44||73||last 32||ECL||quarter-final||SSC||Javier Irureta|
|2002-03||1D||3||38||22||6||10||67||47||72||semi-final||ECL||2nd group stage||SSC||Javier Irureta|
|2003-04||1D||3||38||21||8||9||60||34||71||last 16||ECL||semi-final||Javier Irureta|
|2004-05||1D||8||38||12||15||11||46||50||51||last 32||ECL||group stage||Javier Irureta|
|2007-08||1D||9||38||15||7||16||46||47||52||last 32||Miguel Ángel Lotina|
|Bronze||3rd place (Semi-final)|
UEFA Cup 1993-94
UEFA Cup 1994-95
UEFA Cup 1999-00
UEFA Champions League 2000-01
UEFA Champions League 2001-02
UEFA Champions League 2002-03
UEFA Champions League 2003-04
UEFA Intertoto Cup 2005
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see also Cat:Deportivo de La Coruña managers
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