Atlético Málaga was the first women’s club founded in Andalucía, in 1992. During its 23 years of history, the team has spent 15 seasons in the First Division, providing a dozen footballers to play for Spain. Their most successful year was 1998 when they won the triple; Spanish League champions, the Copa de la Reina and Spain’s SuperCup; the first football team to do so. They were also named runners-up in the Copa de la Reina in 1997, and achieved First Division promotion three times.

Currently, MCF female team has three teams in competition; one in the senior category competing in Group 4 of the Spanish Second Division; and a reserve team in the Cadete category, competing in Group 3 of the 4th masculine Andaluza Cadete division in Málaga. Up to 10 players currently in MCF female team are regularly called-up by the Andalucían Federation. The last time the Blue and Whites were in the First Division was in 2010/11, until the brilliant promotion to the Liga Iberdrola in the 2017/18 season.



María Ruiz’s goal stays in Málaga

The versatile winger renews with the entity for the sixth consecutive season, ahead of the 2020/21 campaign: “It’s an honour that Málaga has placed trust in me” she says with excitement.

Arantxa, a homegrown commitment

Attacking midfielder, Arantxa Medina, formed in the Málaga Femenino youth ranks, renews with the Club for another season, fully integrated into the first team. Congratulations!

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