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.

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An important victory for Malagueño at home against Alhaurino puts Funes’ lads in second place. Nacho’s Juvenil ‘A’ are unstoppable in the División de Honor, whilst MCFF didn’t manage any points in Pozoblanco.

Nati: “We must boost our concentration”

The MCFF coach analysed the 3-1 defeat in Pozoalbense which will force the team to fight to remain in the category: “In the upcoming phase it will be important to score a good number of points against rivals who are going to make it tough for us”.

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