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CP La Roda
JAFEP Fundación Globalcaja La Roda
LeaguesLEB Plata
Founded1960
ArenaJuan José Lozano Jareño
LocationLa Roda, Spain
Team colorsGreen, white and black
         
Websitecplaroda.com/baloncesto

Club Polideportivo La Roda, also known as JAFEP Fundación Globalcaja La Roda for sponsorship reasons,[1] is the basketball team of the Spanish namesake multi-sports club based in La Roda, Albacete. It currently plays in LEB Plata.

History

In the 1980s, CP La Roda reached for the first time the fourth tier, where it remained during four years before declining.

The club came back years later and started in the Provincial League, coming back finally to Tercera División, fourth tier, in 1989.[2] Four years later, La Roda achieved the promotion to Segunda División, where it played continuously until 2002 (the league changed its name to Primera División in 1999) when the club was relegated to Primera Autonómica. One year later, it came back to Primera División for playing during 12 years before promoting to Liga EBA.

La Roda was relegated again to Primera División in its debut in a national league but remained in the league after the expansion of their group from 14 to 16 teams. In the next season, they ended in the fourth position and qualified for the promotion stage thanks to the resign of Real Madrid B. Surprisingly, the club achieved the promotion to LEB Plata on 22 May 2017 after winning the three games of the final stage.[3]

In their debut season, the club surprisingly qualified to the Copa LEB Plata by finishing in the second place after the first half of the regular season. It also ended in the second place of the table at the end of this stage, but was quickly eliminated in the promotion playoffs by Real Canoe. Their second season was completely different and La Roda ended in the relegation positions to Liga EBA.

Season by season

Season Tier Division Pos. W-L Cup competitions
1989-90 5 Provincial 1st
1990-91 4 3ª División 4th 13-11
1991-92 4 3ª División 3rd 17-9
1992-93 4 3ª División 3rd 17-7
1992-93 4 3ª División 1st 19-5
1993-94 3 2ª División 10th 6-20
1994-95 3 2ª División 7th 12-12
1995-96 3 2ª División 11th 8-22
1996-97 4 2ª División 10th 7-17
1997-98 4 2ª División 6th 10-12
1998-99 4 2ª División 7th 10-12
1999-00 4 1ª División 10th 7-18
2000-01 5 1ª División 6th 13-13
2001-02 5 1ª División 12th 8-18
2002-03 6 1ª Autonómica 1st 20-2
2003-04 5 1ª División 5th 17-9
2004-05 5 1ª División 10th 12-18
2005-06 5 1ª División 2nd 21-9
2006-07 5 1ª División 12th 10-20
2007-08 6 1ª División 12th 12-16
2008-09 6 1ª División 6th 15-11
2009-10 5 1ª División 5th 16-10
2010-11 5 1ª División 7th 13-13
2011-12 5 1ª División 6th 14-12
2012-13 5 1ª División 4th 17-10
2013-14 5 1ª División 5th 14-12
2014-15 5 1ª División 1st 24-4
2015-16 4 Liga EBA 11th[a] 10-16
2016-17 4 Liga EBA 4th 25-8
2017-18 3 LEB Plata 6th 23-10 Copa LEB Plata RU
2018-19 3 LEB Plata 23rd 10-24
  1. ^ Remained in the league due to the expansion of the Group B.

References

  1. ^ "Pinturas Jafep dará su nombre al equipo de La Roda en LEB Plata".
  2. ^ "Historia Club Polideportivo La Roda" (in Spanish). CP La Roda. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "La Roda asciende a LEB Plata" (in Spanish). Marca. 22 May 2017. Retrieved 2017.

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