Train and play at RCD Mallorca Academy

Real Club Deportivo Mallorca is a Spanish football soccer team located in the city of Palma de Mallorca in the Balearic Islands. Founded on March 5th 1916, it currently plays in the Spanish first division. The oldest club in the Balearic Islands, Mallorca was originally formed by Adolfo Vázquez, a republican engineer, who named the club Junta Directiva del Alfonso XIII FBC after the then king. The first stadium, inaugurated on 25 March, was called the Buenos Aires, with a match against Barcelona. A year later, the club changed its name to Real Sociedad Alfonso XIII , which remained until the club was renamed in 1931, for political reasons, Club Deportivo Mallorca. In 1949 they were granted royal patronage, allowing them to use the Real prefix.

In 2003, Mallorca won the Copa del Rey for the first time. In its history, the team spent 20 seasons in Primera División and 29 in Segunda División.

▼ ACADEMY REVIEW

Take a trip to Mallorca and experience life as a pro at the RCD Mallorca football Club. You will have access to the club training facilities and also the chance to watch the first team train. RCD Mallorca are awaiting to play hosts to you and your team and offer an unique football soccer experience for all.

▼ TOURIST REVIEW

Mallorca is one of the best destinations in Spain for a sports tour. It’s the ideal destination for a football tour with great weather, amazing excursions and fantastic beaches. Palma is the major city and port on the island of Majorca and capital city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. The names Ciutat de Mallorca (English: City of Majorca) and Ciutat were used before the War of the Spanish succession and are still used by people in Majorca. However, the official name was Mallorca, the same as the island. It is situated on the south coast of the island on the Bay of Palma.

Since the 1950s, the advent of mass tourism radically changed the face of both the city and island, transforming it into a centre of attraction for visitors and attracting workers from mainland Spain. The boom in tourism caused Palma to grow significantly, with repercussions on immigration. In 1960, Majorca received 500,000 visitors; in 1997 it received more than 6,739,700. In 2001 more than 19,200,000 people passed through Son Sant Joan airport near Palma, with an additional 1.5 million coming by sea.

All that needs to be done now is to know your RCD Mallorca Coaching Camp Experience requirements and needs, which can be clarified by using the contact form shown below.

Once the contact form has been completed and submitted, Move Sports will then contact you and quote within 48 hours.

Alternatively if you wish to discuss with your team’s future coaching camp feel free to call us from Monday – Friday 9:30am – 7pm at +351 214 540 410

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