SD Tenisca - Details Club

Details Club

  • Seasons in Segunda División B: 0.
  • Seasons in Third Division: 34 (in the season 1979/80 was National Third Division).
    • Better position in League: 1st (1996/97 and 2004/05).
    • Worse position in League: 16th (1979/80 and 2002/03).
    • Matches played in league: 1152.
    • Points earned in league: 1493.
    • League games won: 487.
    • Tied for league games: 289.
    • League matches lost: 376.
    • Goals scored in league: 1689.
    • Goals against in league: 1410.
    • Historical classification in Third Division:
      • By number of seasons: 103 º (1 º de Canarias).
      • By number of points: 56 º (2 º de Canarias).
    • Major goals obtained:
      • At home: S.D. 8-0 Tenisca U.D. Gáldar (1992-1993) and S.D. 8-0 Tenisca C.D. La Oliva (2004/05).
      • Outside: At. Step 1-5 S.D. Tenisca (1996-1997).
    • Major goals fitted:
      • At home: S.D. 1-6 Tenisca U.D. Las Palmas At.. (1983-1984).
      • Outside: C.D. Leganés 9-2 S.D. Tenisca (1979-1980).
  • Promotions for promotion to Segunda División B plays: 7 (1993/94, 1996/97, 2000/01, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2008/09 and 2011/12).
  • Promotions for promotion to Segunda División B collected: 0.
  • Participations in the Cup: 7 (1979/1980, 1983/1984, 1982/1983, 1986/1987, 1987/1988, 2005/06 and 2009/10).
  • RFEF Cup Appearances (National Phase): 2 (2002/2003, 2009/2010)
  • Shares in the League Cup Third Division: 1 (1982-1983)

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