Club Deportivo Mirandes is a Spanish football team based in Miranda de Ebro, Province of Burgos, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon. Founded on 3 May 1927 it plays in Segunda Division, holding home matches at Estadio Municipal de Anduva.
Mirandes' origins can be traced to the beginnings of the 20th century, with clubs such as El Deportivo Mirandes (1917), Sporting Club Mirandes (1919), Deportivo SC (1919) and Miranda Union Club (1922) all being its predecessors. Club Deportivo was founded as such on 3 May 1927, playing its first game on 4 June in the Saint John of the Mountain Festival, against Arabarra, winning 1–0 courtesy of a Fidel Angulo goal; the team's first president was Arturo Garcia del Rio, with the organization's initial capital consisting of 666 shares of 15 pesetas each.
From 1944 to 1977 Mirandes competed in Tercera Division, with the exception of three seasons spent in the regional leagues. The debut in Tercera division took place on 24 September 1944, with the 2–2 match against Vasconia from San Sebastian.