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RCD Mallorca

  • Location: Vigo, Spain
  • Stadium: Son Moix Stadium
  • Coach: Javier Aguirre
  • La Liga Titles: 0

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General Statistics 2022-2023

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Spanish Cup: 2002 – 2003

Spanish Super Cup: 1998 -1999

Spanish Second Tier: 1964 – 1965 , 1959 – 1960

Real Mallorca History

Real Mallorca, known as Los Piratas or Los Bermellones among supporters, was founded in 1916 and plays on the island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands out of the 23,142-seat Visit Mallorca Stadium. The club’s home kit is a red shirt with black shorts and socks.

The club was founded as Alfonso XIII Foot-Ball Club and became Real Sociedad Alfonso XIII Foot-Ball Club under the decree of King Alfonso XII. It was renamed Club Deportivo Mallorca in 1931 during the establishment of the Second Spanish Republic and has maintained its current name since the 1949-50 season.

Real Mallorca stats reached its peak in the 1990s and early 2000s. It was in the Segunda División and Segunda División B from 2013-14 until 2018-19. The club dropped back to the Segunda División in 2020-21 after a 19th place finish in La Liga standings but returned to La Liga schedule the following year. It finished 16th in La Liga odds last season.

Real Mallorca – Historical Events

Real Mallorca had a landmark season in 1990-91, reaching the Copa del Rey for the first time. However, the club lost to Atlético Madrid. It reached the Copa del Rey again in 1998 but lost on penalties to FC Barcelona. The club did, however, win the 1998 Supercopa de España by defeating FC Barcelona in a rematch of the Copa del Rey final.

Real Mallorca dropped to the Tercera División in 2017 for the first time since 2017, but has been moving up the table since due in part to new ownership.

Mallorca Records

  • Most Appearances: Javier Olaizola (256)

  • Most Goals: Samuel Eto’o (68)

  • Largest Victory: 7-1 vs. Recreativo de Huelva (2007-08)

  • Most Goals in a Single Game: 7 vs. Recreativo de Huelva (2007-08)

More about Real Mallorca

Real Mallorca hasn’t won La Liga, but did finally win the Copa del Rey in 2003 after two finals losses. The club also won the Segunda División title in 1959-60 and 1965-65. 

In regard to international competition, Real Mallorca finished as runners-up in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1998-99.

Predrag Rajković (G) from Stade Reims

José Copete (D) from Ponferradina

Pablo Maffeo (D) from VfB Stuttgart

Vedat Muriqi (F) from Lazio

Manolo Reina (G) to Málaga CF

Joan Sastre (D) to PAOK Salonika

Brian Oliván (D) to Espanyol

Aleksandar Sedlar (D) to Alavés

Aleix Febas (M) to Málaga CF

Salva Sevilla (M) to Alavés

Although he only spent one season with the club, Gregorio Manzano has to be considered one of Real Mallorca’s best-ever managers. He guided the team to its lone Copa del Rey title in 2003. 

Héctor Cúper, meanwhile, was the club’s manager in 1998, when it won the Supercopa de España and reached the Copa del Rey final.

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