CA Las Palmas is a professional soccer team based in Las Palmas, Spain. The team was founded in 1949 and has since become one of the most successful teams in the Canary Islands. The team plays its home matches at the Estadio Gran Canaria, which has a seating capacity of over 32,000 spectators.
The team's colors are yellow and blue, and its mascot is a yellow canary named "Pio". The team has a strong fan base and is known for its attacking style of play. The team has a rich history of producing talented players, including Juan Carlos Valerón, who played for the Spanish national team and was a key player for Las Palmas for many years.
In recent years, the team has struggled to maintain its position in the top tier of Spanish soccer, but it remains a popular and respected team in the region. The team's current manager is Pepe Mel, who has a wealth of experience in Spanish soccer and has previously managed teams such as Real Betis and Deportivo La Coruña.
Overall, CA Las Palmas is a team with a proud history and a bright future, and its fans will continue to support the team through thick and thin.