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Centro Deportivo Wanda Alcalá de Henares, located at Av. Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, 1, is the home grounds for Club Atlético de Madrid Femenino. For particularly important matches, a few games have been played at the club’s main stadium, Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, located at Avenida de Luis Aragonés, 4. The club was founded in 1989 as Atlético Villa de Madrid, playing in Liga Nacional de Fútbol. The team was dissolved in 1992, but in 2001 members of the original club met with the leaders at Club Atlético de Madrid and they agreed to integrate the remnants of the original team into the club as their women’s team. They were spurred to act following the dissolution of Coslada CF Femenino. They played their first season in 2001-2002, and formally became part of the organization at the end of the season, starting in the last professional category of women’s football. The team quickly moved up the ranks to become one of the best teams in Europe. Among the lesbians who played for the team were Lola Gallardo.

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