List of Levante UD Femenino seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by Levante UD Femenino, Levante UD's women's section, in Spanish and European football, from its first appearance in the national championship as San Vicente CFF in 1994 to the latest completed season. The team first played as Levante UD in the 1998–99 season.

Summary[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated
Season League Cup Supercup UWCL Top scorer[1]
Tier Div Pos Pld W D L GF GA Pts Name(s) Goal
1994–95 2 5th 17 9 2 6 40 27 29
1995–96 2 3rd 14 9 3 2 41 19 30
1996–97 1 1st 26 21 3 2 120 24 66
1997–98 1 3rd 26 21 2 3 120 16 65 Quarterfinals
1998–99 1 3rd 26 21 2 3 111 19 65
1999–00 1 1st 24 23 1 0 176 6 70 Champion
2000–01 1 1st 26 26 0 0 234 6 78 Champion
2001–02 1 1st 20 19 0 1 109 12 57 Champion Round of 32
2002–03 1 2nd 22 18 1 3 100 11 55 Semifinals Round of 32
2003–04 1 3rd 26 18 4 4 75 19 58 Champion
2004–05 1 2nd 26 20 3 3 74 18 63 Champion
2005–06 1 3rd 24 17 4 3 65 15 55 Semifinals
2006–07 1 3rd 26 16 7 3 76 25 55 Champion
2007–08 1 1st 26 23 2 1 64 10 71 Runner-up Spain Laura del Río 16
2008–09 1 2nd 30 24 4 2 86 17 76 Quarterfinals Round of 16 Italy Pamela Conti
Spain Laura del Río
16
2009–10 1 8th 26 8 5 13 29 46 29 Quarterfinals Spain Neus Motoso 7
2010–11 1 9th 26 17 2 7 57 22 53 Round of 16 Italy Pamela Conti 11
2011–12 1 5th 34 19 11 4 63 27 68 Spain Alexia Putellas 16
2012–13 1 4th 30 21 2 7 53 21 65 Semifinals Spain Ana Buceta 11
2013–14 1 5th 30 14 9 7 38 29 51 Semifinals Spain Alharilla Casado
Spain Olga García
6
2014–15 1 5th 30 15 10 5 60 25 55 Quarterfinals Spain Adriana Martín 23
2015–16 1 4th 30 16 6 8 56 38 54 Semifinals Mexico Charlyn Corral 22
2016–17 1 4th 30 18 3 9 53 49 57 Quarterfinals Mexico Charlyn Corral 20
2017–18 1 8th 30 11 5 14 49 50 38 Quarterfinals Mexico Charlyn Corral 24
2018–19 1 3rd 30 17 6 7 52 26 57 Quarterfinals Mexico Charlyn Corral 20
2019–20 1 3rd 21 14 3 4 40 21 45 Round of 16 Semifinals Spain Eva Navarro
Spain Alba Redondo
8

References[edit]

  1. ^ All goals scored in league, including playoff games