Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2018-2019Las Palmases ESP2. La Liga 212th2571353027+33413,796Rubén Castro - 10Raúl Fernández
2017-2018Las Palmases ESP1. La Liga19th3857262474-502216,156Jonathan Calleri - 9Leandro ChichizolaRelegated
2016-2017Las Palmases ESP1. La Liga14th38109195374-213920,249Kevin-Prince Boateng - 10Javi Varas
2015-2016Las Palmases ESP1. La Liga11th38128184553-84421,304Jonathan Viera - 10Javi Varas
2014-2015Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda4th42221287347+267815,120Sergio Araujo - 23CastoPromoted, → Promotion Playoffs -- Semifinals
2013-2014Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda6th42189155150+16311,147Macauley Chrisantus - 8Mariano Barbosa→ Promotion Playoffs -- Semifinals
2012-2013Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda6th421812126255+76612,026Vitolo - 15Mariano Barbosa→ Promotion Playoffs -- Semifinals
2011-2012Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda9th421610165859-1589,559Vitolo - 10Mariano Barbosa
2010-2011Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda15th421315145671-155411,278Javi Guerrero - 12Mariano Barbosa
2009-2010Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda17th42121515494905111,607Javi Guerrero - 11Ángel Pindado
2008-2009Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda18th421017154651-54712,487Marcos Márquez - 21Roberto Santamaría
2007-2008Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda8th421512155155-45711,641Marcos Márquez - 15Nacho González
2006-2007Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda18th421312175159-85113,230Marcos Márquez - 21Ángel Pindado
2003-2004Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda20th421014184668-224414,300Rubén Castro - 21Orlando QuintanaRelegated
2002-2003Las Palmases ESP2. Segunda5th421616105343+106410,629Gustavo Reggi - 12Bo Braastrup Andersen
2001-2002Las Palmases ESP1. La Liga18th38913164050-104016,456Jorge Larena - 7Nacho GonzálezRelegated
2000-2001Las Palmases ESP1. La Liga11th38137184262-204617,235Antonio Guayre - 8Nacho González

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