Fixtures

Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/04 20:00 5 CA Claypole vs Centro Espanyol - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/09 20:00 6 Centro Espanyol vs Central Ballester - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/16 20:00 7 Club Leandro N. Alem vs Centro Espanyol - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/23 20:00 8 Centro Espanyol vs Victoriano Arenas - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 03/30 23:00 10 Deportivo Espanol vs Centro Espanyol - View
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 04/06 23:00 11 Centro Espanyol vs CA Atlas - View

Results

Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/27 20:00 4 [15] Centro Espanyol v Juventud Unida San Miguel [22] W 2-0
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/18 20:00 3 [24] CA Lugano v Centro Espanyol [22] W 1-2
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/13 20:00 2 [24] Centro Espanyol v Puerto Nuevo [7] D 2-2
Argentina Cup 02/06 23:00 6 Gimnasia LP v Centro Espanyol L 2-1
Argentina Primera C Metropolitana 02/03 20:00 1 [5] Central Cordoba Rosario v Centro Espanyol [5] L 2-0
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/28 20:00 22 [6] Sportivo Barracas v Centro Espanyol [2] W 0-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/24 20:00 21 [2] Centro Espanyol v Central Ballester [9] W 2-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/20 20:00 19 Centro Espanyol v Argentino de Rosario D 2-2
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/13 18:30 20 Club Mercedes v Centro Espanyol W 0-2
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 11/07 18:30 19 [2] Centro Espanyol v Argentino de Rosario [1] W PPT.
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 10/28 18:30 18 [10] Juventud Unida San Miguel v Centro Espanyol [2] W 0-1
Argentina Primera D Metropolitana 10/14 18:30 17 [2] Centro Espanyol v Deportivo Paraguayo [9] L 2-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 36 17 19
Wins 17 9 8
Draws 10 4 6
Losses 9 4 5
Goals for 55 32 23
Goals against 39 23 16
Clean sheets 15 5 10
Failed to score 7 1 6

Centro Social y Recreativo Español, usually just Centro Español, is an Argentine football club based in the Villa Sarmiento city of Morón Partido, Greater Buenos Aires. The team currently plays in Primera D Metropolitana, the fifth division of Argentine football league system

History

Club headquarters

The club was founded on June 24, 1934 by a group of Spanish residents in Argentina who wanted to practice a range of sports including football, basketball, fencing, volleyball, among others.

The club gained its affiliation with AFA in 1959 and started participating in the Tercera de Ascenso that same year. The club had its own stadium in Ramos Mejía but it was then expropriated in late 1960s so Centro Español has rented different venues since then. In 1965 Centro Español was close to promote to the upper division but it lost the "Torneo Reducido" to General Mitre and Piraña at Estadio Gasómetro.

In 2006, a group of investors took over the club under the promise to build a stadium.</ref> Durante la etapa gerenciada, se armaron algunos planteles competitivos que concentraban en la casa quinta del gerenciador, lo que era algo poco frecuente para la categoría. Nevertheless, the team could not earn promotion and the management contract was revoke in 2014.

The following executive committee committed itself to build new headquarters in Morón, with an estimated time of six months. However, works did not progress as expected.

Centro Espanyol is a professional soccer team based in Barcelona, Spain. The team was founded in 1900 and has a rich history in Spanish soccer. They play their home matches at the Estadi Cornellà-El Prat, which has a capacity of 40,500 spectators.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their logo features a shield with a blue and white striped background and a red cross in the center. The team has a strong fan base and is known for their passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at their home matches.

Centro Espanyol has a successful record in Spanish soccer, having won the Copa del Rey twice and the Segunda División once. They have also competed in European competitions, including the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Champions League.

The team has produced many talented players over the years, including Raúl Tamudo, who is the team's all-time leading scorer, and Sergio García, who played for the Spanish national team. The current squad includes a mix of experienced players and promising young talent, and they are known for their attacking style of play.

Overall, Centro Espanyol is a respected and successful soccer team with a rich history and passionate fan base.