1980: Real Madrid (14) 2007: Sevilla (1) 1952: Barcelona (5) 1913 (FEF): Real Unión (1) 1906: Madrid (2) 1961: Real Madrid (7) Learn how and when to remove these template messages, "1999–2000 Deportivo de La Coruña season", Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1999–2000_Deportivo_de_La_Coruña_season&oldid=980211461, Spanish football championship-winning seasons, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from June 2017, All Wikipedia articles in need of updating, Articles needing additional references from August 2012, All articles needing additional references, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Pages using football box collapsible with unsupported stack parameter, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 September 2020, at 07:01. 2009: Barcelona (25) 1991: Barcelona (2) 1977: Real Betis (1) ), ”La revolución de Fernando Vázquez o por qué dejó la bicicleta para entrenar al Deportivo”, https://www.elconfidencial.com/deportes/futbol/2020-01-21/deportivo-coruna-fernando-vazquez-biografia_2419664/, https://sv.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=RC_Deportivo_de_La_Coruña&oldid=48385389, Creative Commons Erkännande-dela-lika 3.0 Unported, Turcos (Turks), Depor, Super Depor, Herculinos, Blanquiazules. 1983: Athletic Bilbao (7) 1918: Real Unión (2) 2013: Atlético Madrid (10) I kvartsfinalen vände laget en bortaförlust med 1–4 mot de italienska mästarna Milan och gick vidare efter seger hemma med 4–0. 1948: Barcelona (3) Deportivo won the Spanish league title, finishing in first place of the league table for the first time. 2016: Barcelona (24) 2016: Barcelona (28) 1962: Real Madrid (8) 1950: Athletic Bilbao (17) 1968: Real Madrid (13) 1921: Athletic Bilbao (8) 1910 (UECF): Athletic Bilbao (3) 1999: Valencia (6) 1980: Real Madrid (20) 2004: Real Zaragoza (1) 1958: Real Madrid (6) 1987: Real Madrid (22) 1904: Athletic Bilbao (2) 1931: Athletic Bilbao (2) 1972: Atlético Madrid (4) 1998: Barcelona (24) 2015: Barcelona (23) 1967: Valencia (4) 1998: Mallorca (1) 2013: Barcelona (22) 1934: Athletic Bilbao (3) 1914: Athletic Bilbao (5) 1997: Real Madrid (27) 2008: Real Madrid (31) 1942: Valencia (1) 1974: Barcelona (9) 2001: Real Madrid (28) Deportivo de La Coruña 1999–2000 football season. 1989: Real Madrid (16) ), 1982: Real Sociedad (1) 1928: Barcelona (8) 2006: Espanyol (4) 2017: Real Madrid (33) 1975: Real Madrid (13) 1969: Real Madrid (14) 2018: Barcelona (13) 2014: Real Madrid (19) 1977: Atlético Madrid (8) 1971: Valencia (4) 1970: Atlético Madrid (6) 1927: Real Unión (4) 1985: Atlético Madrid (1) 1908: Madrid (4) 2006: Barcelona (7) 1953: Barcelona (6) 1942: Barcelona (9) 1962: Real Madrid (10) 1919: Arenas (1) 2010: Barcelona (9) 1996: Barcelona (5) 1995: Deportivo La Coruña (1) Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. 1955: Real Madrid (4) 1985: Barcelona (10) RC Deportivo de La Coruña är en spansk fotbollsklubb från staden La Coruña i Galicien.Klubben bildades 1906 under namnet Club Deportivo de la Sala Calvet.. Deportivo La Coruña vann den Copa del Rey 1995 och 2002, den spanska Supercupen 1995, 2000 och 2002 samt blev spanska mästare 2000.. 1930: Athletic Bilbao (1) ), 1902: Bizcaya1 2008: Valencia (7) 1994: Barcelona (14) 1994: Barcelona (4) 1963: Real Madrid (9) 2002: Deportivo La Coruña (2) 1929: Espanyol (1) 2017: Barcelona (29) 1957: Barcelona (13) 1986: Real Madrid (21) 1922: Barcelona (5) 1996: Atlético Madrid (9) Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. 1980: Real Madrid (25) 1935: Real Betis Balompié (1) 1910 (FEF): Barcelona (1) 2001: Real Madrid (6) 1970: Real Madrid (11) 1940: Espanyol (2) 1989: Real Madrid (2) During the 1999–2000 Spanish football season, Deportivo de La Coruña competed in La Liga. 1932: Real Madrid (1) 1933: Athletic Bilbao (13) 1966: Real Zaragoza (2) RC Deportivo de La Coruña är en spansk fotbollsklubb från staden La Coruña i Galicien. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. 1948: Sevilla (3) 1933: Real Madrid (2) 1983: Barcelona (1) 1993: Barcelona (13) Deportivo förlorade sedan i semifinal mot Porto. 1944: Athletic Bilbao (15) 1949: Valencia (2) 1917: Madrid (5) I Uefa Champions League 2003/2004 gick Deportivo La Coruña till semifinal, trots att laget hade förlorat med 3–8 borta mot Monaco i gruppspelet. 1941: Valencia (1) Wikipedias text är tillgänglig under licensen. 1940: Atletico Aviacion (1) 2020: (? 2017: Real Madrid (10) 1991: Barcelona (11) 1956: Athletic Bilbao (6) 2002: Deportivo La Coruña (3) 1968: Barcelona (16) 1960: Barcelona (8) 1911: Athletic Bilbao (4) 1976: Atlético Madrid (5) 2014: Atlético Madrid (10) 1993: Real Madrid (4) 1903: Athletic Bilbao (1) 1987: Real Sociedad (2) Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. 1992: Barcelona (12) 2007: Sevilla (4) 1958: Athletic Bilbao (20) 1926: Barcelona (7) Klubben bildades 1906 under namnet Club Deportivo de la Sala Calvet. 1941: Atletico Aviacion (2) 1951: Barcelona (10) Squad Deportivo de La Coruña Season 2000-01 First Division: Molina, Manuel Pablo, Romero, … 2005: Barcelona (17) 2012: Barcelona (26) 1932: Athletic Bilbao (12) 1999: Barcelona (16) 1979: Valencia (5) 2011: Real Madrid (18) 1992: Barcelona (3) 2018: Barcelona (25) 1946: Sevilla (1) 1959: Barcelona (7) 1994: Real Zaragoza (4) 2004: Valencia (6) 2013: Barcelona (11) 1924: Real Unión (3) 1959: Barcelona (14) 1996: Atlético Madrid (9) 1973: Athletic Bilbao (22) 1988: Real Madrid (23) 1905: Madrid (1) 1907: Madrid (3) 2003: Real Madrid (7) 1949: Barcelona (4) 2011: Barcelona (21) 1973: Atlético Madrid (7) 2019: (? 1997: Real Madrid (5) 2014: Atlético Madrid (2) 1991: Atlético Madrid (7) 1952: Barcelona (11) Deportivo La Coruña vann den Copa del Rey 1995 och 2002, den spanska Supercupen 1995, 2000 och 2002 samt blev spanska mästare 2000. 2012: Real Madrid (32) 2009: Barcelona (19) 1913 (UECF): Barcelona (3) 1936: Athletic Bilbao (4) 1997: Barcelona (23) 1936: Real Madrid (7) 2006: Barcelona (18) 1931: Athletic Bilbao (11) 2005: Barcelona (6) 1930: Athletic Bilbao (10) 1972: Real Madrid (15) 1982: Real Madrid (15) 2010: Barcelona (20) 1990: Barcelona (22) 1974: Real Madrid (12) 2000: Deportivo La Coruña (2) 1978: Real Madrid (18) 1983: Barcelona (20) 2002: Valencia (5) Sidan redigerades senast den 25 oktober 2020 kl. During the 1999–2000 Spanish football season, Deportivo de La Coruña competed in La Liga. 2005: Real Betis (2) 1923: Athletic Bilbao (9) 1986: Real Zaragoza (3) 1966: Atlético Madrid (5) 2010: Sevilla (5) 1975: Real Madrid (16) 1969: Athletic Bilbao (21) 1945: Athletic Bilbao (16) 1965: Real Madrid (11) 1951: Atlético Madrid (4) 2018: Barcelona (30) 2019: (? 2001: Real Zaragoza (5) 2009: Barcelona (8) 1956: Athletic Bilbao (19) 1976: Real Madrid (17) 1957: Real Madrid (5) 1978: Barcelona (18) 1961: Atlético Madrid (2) 2011: Barcelona (10) 1954: Valencia (3) They currently play in Segunda División B – Group 1, the third tier of the football league pyramid in Spain. 1916: Athletic Bilbao (7) 2012: Real Madrid (9) 1934: Real Madrid (6) 1963: Barcelona (15) In: 1945: Barcelona (2) 2004: Real Zaragoza (6) 2016: Barcelona (12) Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. 1943: Athletic Bilbao (5) Hemmaarenan heter Municipal de Riazor och har en publikkapacitet på 35 600 åskådare. 1985: Atlético Madrid (6) 1988: Real Madrid (1) 1943: Athletic Bilbao (14) 1984: Athletic Bilbao (23) 1946: Real Madrid (8) Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. 1964: Real Madrid (10) 1964: Real Zaragoza (1) 1982: Real Sociedad (2) 2015: Athletic Bilbao (2) 1953: Barcelona (12) 1971: Barcelona (17) 1939: Sevilla (2) 2003: Real Madrid (29) 1947: Valencia (3) 1955: Athletic Bilbao (18) 1998: Barcelona (15) 2007: Real Madrid (30) 2008: Real Madrid (8) 1990: Real Madrid (3) 1984: Athletic Bilbao (8) 1909: Real Sociedad (1) 2003: Mallorca (1) 1981: Real Sociedad (1) 2015: Barcelona (27) 1995: Deportivo La Coruña (1) 1992: Atlético Madrid (8) 1925: Barcelona (6) 1965: Atlético Madrid (3) 1995: Real Madrid (26) 1993: Real Madrid (17) 1954: Real Madrid (3) 2019: Barcelona (26) 00.44. 1989: Real Madrid (24) 1981: Barcelona (19) 1950: Atlético Madrid (3) Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. 1999: Valencia (1) 2000: Espanyol (3) 1988: Barcelona (21) 1947: Real Madrid (9) 1944: Valencia (2) 1960: Atlético Madrid (1) 1935: Sevilla (1) 1915: Athletic Bilbao (6) Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña is a semi-professional football club based in the city of A Coruña (known in Spanish as La Coruña), Galicia, Spain. 1979: Real Madrid (19) Out: 1967: Real Madrid (12) 1984: Athletic Bilbao (1) 2000: Deportivo La Coruña (1) 1929: Barcelona (1) 1912: Barcelona (2) 1920: Barcelona (4)

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