Futbol Club Andorra was founded in 1942 in the Principality of Andorra, a small sovereign state sandwiched between France & Spain in the eastern Pyrenees. Due to its location and the lack of a credible league in Andorra, FC Andorra joined the Catalan federation in 1948.
Between 1980 & 1998, FC Andorra played 17 seasons in Segunda B. After a two-decade sabbatical in the Catalan regional leagues, FC Andorra is on the rise again. This is primarily due to the investment of Gerard Piqué’s Kosmos Holding Group in December 2018. There followed a 22-match unbeaten run that earned promotion back to Group V of the Tercera. However, following CF Reus Deportiu’s failure to meet the necessary financial requirements, the RFEF promoted FC Andorra to Segunda B in July 2019 after they paid a bond of €452,000, which was the equivalent of CF Reus’s debt.
FC Andorra have played at the Camp de Fútbol de Prada de Moles since the Kosmos Holding Group takeover. Situated in the small village of Encamp, just to the east of Andorra la Vella, it has a seated capacity of 530. Whether they continue to use the Camp de Fútbol de Prada de Moles is open to debate. With such a small capacity and numerous free vantage points, a move seems to be the only practical solution. As the 2019-20 season progresses, we will update this page with the usual look at the history of the club and its stadiums. In the meantime, here are some photos to whet your appetite.