SD Compostela

Sociedad Deportiva Compostela is a Spanish football club from the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela. Currently, the club who participated between 1994 and 1998 in the Primera División plays Preferente Autonomica de Galicia, the fifth Regional flight of Spanish football.


Characterised is the history of SD Compostela, founded in 1962 by a very rapid rise and an equally rapid fall. Most of the early years, the club spent in regional football. Only in 1991 reached the summit in the Segunda División. Just three years later, a legitimate playoff win in the relegation against Rayo Vallecano to participate in the first division. Between 1994 and 1998 remained SD Compostela in the Spanish top flight and surprised by an attractive style of play. The best season was the club in 1995/96, when they finished the first round under coach Fernando Vazquez to second place and eventually finished in tenth place. Followed in 1998 after a playoff loss in the relegation against Villarreal of relegation to the Segunda División. From then on, the led by President José María Caneda club inflicted while trying to rapid ski lifts and was zwangsrelegiert by the Association in 2003 and 2004 as a result of inability to pay. Within just six years of club rush so from the first starting in the fifth division of Spain. In the 2007 /08 season promotion to the Tercera División was where you took the first place in Group 1. In the playoff games they remained victorious against Atlético Monzón and managed after just one season in the fourth division promotion to the Segunda División B. Since the season 2010/2011 the club played under the name "SD Campus Stellae " Preferente Autonomica ( 4 League Spain).


  • 4 seasons in La Liga
  • 7 seasons in the Segunda División
  • 10 seasons in the Segunda División B
  • 17 seasons in the Tercera División
  • 5 seasons in the Preferente Autonomica
  • Best position in Primera División of 10 (1995 /96)

Well-known former players

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Vladimir Gudelj
  • Brazil William Amaral de Andrade
  • Bulgaria Ljuboslaw Penev
  • Denmark Bent Christensen Arensøe
  • France Stephane Pignol
  • Greece Kostas Salapasidis
  • Morocco Said Chiba
  • Netherlands Juan Viedma
  • Netherlands Peter Hoekstra
  • Nigeria Christopher Ohen
  • Romania Daniel Baston
  • Russia Dmitri Radchenko
  • Spain Germany Maikel
  • Spain Uruguay Gonzalo Garcia -Garcia
  • Spain Changui
  • Spain pinillos

Well-known former coach

  • Spain Andoni Goikoetxea
  • Spain Fernando Vázquez