On this day – Spanish club Cadiz established

10-9-1910. One hundred years about Spanish club Cadiz CF where established. Cadiz is a coastal town with 120,000 inhabitants in south west Spain. Cadiz currently play in the Segunda Division B in the third level of Spanish football. Cadiz last visit to Spain’s top division La Liga was in 2005-6 but only lasted for a single season. Between 1985 and 1993 the club enjoyed eight seasons in the top flight finishing 12th in 1987-88, their best placement.

Cadiz play in yellow shirts and blue shorts. Their ground is named Estadio Ramón de Carranza and has a capacity of 22,000. The first match in the stadium was in 1955 against Barcelona. Cadiz lost the match 0-4 in front of a crowd of 15,000.

Cadiz Spain

Colin Addison the ex Hereford, Newport, Ajax and Merthyr Tydfil manager managed the club in the 1989-90 season.



Photo: Kojotomoto

Also on this day – the first televised English league match ends Blackpool 0 Bolton 1


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