Club de Futbol Fuenlabrada, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in Fuenlabrada, in the autonomous community of Madrid. Founded in 1975 it plays in Segunda Division, holding home matches at Estadio Fernando Torres, with a capacity of 5,400 seats.
Fuenlabrada was founded on July 5, 1975 as a merge between CF San Esteban and AD Fuenlabrada. The idea came from the mayor of the city, Regino Benitez, who suggested the directors of both clubs can unite their efforts and by this receive a higher municipal grant. A key role in the birth of the new club was played by Ramon Garcia Pajuelo, who was appointed secretary of the entity and is still linked to the club as its delegate. In 1986, the team was first promoted to Tercera Division, finishing third from bottom in their debut campaign.
With Julian Perez as a president, Fuenlabrada achieved new level, culminating with the promotion to Segunda Division B in 1994. They bounced between that and Segunda Division B for the next 30 years.