Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/29 18:30 15 Deportivo Espanol vs Real Pilar - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/04 23:00 16 Deportivo Paraguayo vs Deportivo Espanol - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/11 23:00 17 Deportivo Espanol vs JJ Urquiza - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/18 23:00 18 Yupanqui vs Deportivo Espanol - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 05/25 23:00 19 Deportivo Espanol vs Berazategui - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 06/01 23:00 20 Sportivo Barracas vs Deportivo Espanol - View


Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/22 18:30 14 [11] Argentino de Rosario v Deportivo Espanol [7] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/14 18:30 13 [6] Deportivo Espanol v Defensores de Cambaceres [16] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/10 18:30 12 [11] CA Atlas v Deportivo Espanol [7] W 0-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/01 18:30 10 [5] Deportivo Espanol v Centro Espanyol [21] D 2-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/27 18:30 9 [13] Victoriano Arenas v Deportivo Espanol [4] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/23 18:30 7 [10] Central Ballester v Deportivo Espanol [5] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/18 18:30 8 [8] Deportivo Espanol v Club Leandro N. Alem [2] W 2-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/12 20:00 7 Central Ballester v Deportivo Espanol - PPT.
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/08 20:00 6 [11] Deportivo Espanol v CA Claypole [19] W 3-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/03 20:00 5 [23] Juventud Unida San Miguel v Deportivo Espanol [11] D 0-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/23 20:00 4 [15] Deportivo Espanol v CA Lugano [24] W 2-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/18 20:00 3 [6] Puerto Nuevo v Deportivo Espanol [13] D 0-0


Matches played 36 17 19
Wins 11 7 4
Draws 17 7 10
Losses 8 3 5
Goals for 37 24 13
Goals against 37 16 21
Clean sheets 14 4 10
Failed to score 12 3 9

Wikipedia - Deportivo Español

Club Social, Deportivo y Cultural Español de la República Argentina (commonly referred to as Deportivo Español) is an Argentine sports club from the Parque Avellaneda district of Buenos Aires. The club is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in the Primera C, the fourth division of the Argentine football league system.

Apart from football, other activities practised at the club are futsal, handball, roller hockey, table tennis.


The club was founded in 1956 with the name "Club Deportivo Español" on October, 12. The date was chosen as its foundation date to commemorate the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. Club's first headquarters was in the bar "La Mezquita" of Buenos Aires, and after two years of being founded Deportivo Español had about 2,000 members, mostly of them were Spanish descendant living in Argentina.

In 1957 Español affiliated to the Argentine Football Association and the football team began to participate in the fourth division ("Tercera de Ascenso", now Primera D). Since then, the team ascended the tiers in Argentine football: in 1958 (a year after joining the AFA) Español won the championship promoting to "Segunda de Ascenso" (now Primera C. Only 3 years after promoting to the upper category, Español won another title promoting to the second division of Argentine football, Primera B Metropolitana. The squad went on a tour that same year, playing some matches in Spain against teams such as Real Madrid.[]

The 1960 squad which were promoted to Primera B Metropolitana.

In 1967, ten years after its foundation, Español promoted to the Argentine Primera División, the top category of Argentine football. The club not only developed a competitive football squad but also became the most popular Spanish club in Argentina. During those years the Municipality of Buenos Aires gave the club 16 hectares located in the district known as "Bajo Flores", in the south of the city. In those lands Español began to build its sports installations with the help of the members themselves, who worked hard collaborating side-by-side with the club.

During the following years, Español would be successively relegated until the Primera C in 1972, returning to the upper division when the team proclaimed champion in 1979. In 1984 Español promoted to the first division, where the team made its best performance at the top level of Argentine football in the 1985–86 season. Español finished 2nd along with Newell's Old Boys, defeating Independiente, San Lorenzo de Almagro, former champion River Plate in the Estadio Monumental and remained unbeaten against Boca Juniors. In the next seasons, Español finished 3rd in 1988–89 season and 2nd in the 1992 Clausura.[]

After 14 years in Primera División, Español was relegated to Primera B Nacional at the end of the 1997/98 season, and then to the lower categories. The team currently plays in the third division of Argentine football, the Primera B Metropolitana.[]

Deportivo Espanol is a professional soccer team based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The team was founded in 1956 and currently competes in the Primera B Metropolitana, the third tier of Argentine football.

Known for their passionate fan base and rich history, Deportivo Espanol has a strong tradition of developing talented players and competing at a high level in domestic competitions. The team plays their home matches at the Estadio Nueva España, a historic stadium located in the heart of Buenos Aires.

With a focus on teamwork, skill, and determination, Deportivo Espanol continues to strive for success on the pitch and to uphold their reputation as one of Argentina's most respected soccer clubs.