Tenerife, LaLiga 2

League: LaLiga 2 (2 division)
Stadium: Estadio Heliodoro Rodríguez López, capacity - 22824 (website)
Last games at home
League#Date (GMT+0)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
LaLiga 24120 May 19:00, SatTenerife2 - 1Burgos CF
LaLiga 2396 May 16:30, SatTenerife1 - 0Levante
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Team schedule - 22/23

LaLiga 2 22/23

#Date (GMT+0)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
113 Aug 22 15:00, SatEibar2 - 1Tenerife
221 Aug 22 20:00, SunTenerife1 - 1Lugo
327 Aug 22 20:00, SatLevante2 - 0Tenerife
43 Sep 22 19:00, SatTenerife1 - 0Racing Santander
511 Sep 22 14:15, SunUD Ibiza1 - 0Tenerife
619 Sep 22 19:00, MonTenerife3 - 1Malaga
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Team schedule - 21/22

LaLiga 2 21/22

#Date (GMT+0)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
19 Jun 22 19:00, SunTenerife1 - 3Girona
11 Jun 22 19:00, SatGirona0 - 0Tenerife
4 Jun 22 19:00, SatLas Palmas1 - 2Tenerife
1 Jun 22 19:00, WedTenerife1 - 0Las Palmas
4229 May 22 18:00, SunTenerife1 - 2FC Cartagena
4121 May 22 20:00, SatEibar2 - 0Tenerife
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Data sources

LaLiga 2: Official Website of the LaLiga 2, Wikipedia

About Tenerife

Tenerife, officially known as Club Deportivo Tenerife, is a professional football club based in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. The club was founded in 1912 and plays its home matches at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium, which has a capacity of approximately 22,000 spectators.

Tenerife has a long history in Spanish football, having played in La Liga on several occasions throughout the years. They were most recently promoted to La Liga in the 1992-93 season and spent several seasons in the top flight, including a ninth-place finish in the 1995-96 season. However, Tenerife were relegated to the Segunda División in the 2002-03 season and have remained in the second tier of Spanish football since then.

The club's most successful period came in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when they won the Segunda División title in back-to-back seasons (1988-89 and 1989-90) and reached the final of the Copa del Rey in 1993, where they were runners-up to Real Madrid. Tenerife has also won several regional and minor trophies throughout its history.

Tenerife has a strong following in the Canary Islands and enjoys a friendly rivalry with fellow Canary Islands club UD Las Palmas. The club's colors are blue and white, and their nickname is Los Chicharreros, which refers to a local dish made of fried fish.


11Burgos CF4254
21UD Ibiza4234