Cádiz CF Tryouts

Cádiz Club de Fútbol, simply known as Cádiz, is a professional football club based in Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain. The club competes in La Liga, the top flight of Spanish football.

Cádiz CF Youth Development System

Cádiz CF B

Cádiz Club de Fútbol B, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in Cádiz, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The reserve team of Cádiz CF, it currently plays in Segunda División B – Group 4, holding home games at Estadio Ramón Blanco, with a 1,700-seat capacity.

To learn more about Cádiz B, please click here.

Cádiz CF Youth Academy

The Cádiz youth academy contains 10 teams which include , Juvenil A, Juvenil B, Juvenil C, Cadete A, Cadete B, Cadete C, Infantil A, Infantil B, Alevin A, and Alevin B.

To learn more about these teams, please click here.

As of this writing, Cádiz CF has no official tryout/trial information on their website. Please check back at a later date or keep up-to-date with them by visiting their website by clicking here.


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Cádiz CF History

It is generally agreed upon that the Salvadoran icon Mágico González was the best player that the club has ever had, and he was a member of the team during the 1980s and 1990s. He played for the club. From 1929 through 1977, the Cádiz football team competed in either the second or third division of Spanish football.

It wasn’t until 1977 that the club was able to earn promotion to La Liga for the very first time in its history. Since that time, Cádiz has participated in a total of twelve seasons in the first tier, in addition to spending several of those seasons in the second level.

Stadium

Estadio Ramón de Carranza is a football stadium in Cádiz, Spain. The stadium serves as the primary playing venue for Cádiz CF. On September 3, 1955, the stadium first opened its doors to the public. Since then, it has undergone two separate instances of comprehensive reconstruction.

It has a total seating capacity of 20,724, making it the 24th-largest stadium in Spain and the 5th-largest in Andalusia respectively.

Crest

Prior to the month of March in 1920, there is no record of the Cádiz Foot-Ball Club crest, which consists of a white ball cap and green socks. There are no images of this early shield, but it was designed to resemble the triangular shape of the port flag of the city, and it had the initials of the club in its middle.

In 1947, a significant event that had a significant impact on the development of the shield took place. The textile firm “Calasanz” from Barcelona donates a set of eleven hand-embroidered shields to the club in the amount of fifteen thousand pesetas. The owner of the company is a huge football enthusiast and frequently travels to Cadiz. The players take great delight in wearing the embroidered badges that are affixed to the front of their jerseys. This shield is the very first instance of the current one being referred to. The figure of Hercules battling two lions is preserved; but, rather than placing it within the square, the inverted isosceles triangle from the SCD Mirandilla is reclaimed.

Ownership

Manuel Vizcano, who earned his law degree at Abat Oliba CEU University and became the club’s largest shareholder in July 2014, has served as the president of Cádiz CF since that month. Vizcano is also a graduate of CEU.

The leader has a master’s degree in Management of Sports Entities from the University of Seville. From 2003 until 2014, he worked at Sevilla FC, where he held the position of general deputy director of organization and management. He put his education to use there. Earlier in his career, he had positions at businesses such as Seditel Idea, Ufesa, and Heinz Ibérica.