In 2007 the club signed a collaboration with Hércules CF. While remaining an independent club Sporting Plaza de Argel used Hércules' name, kit and crest for the next six years. When RFEF reformed and expanded the Superliga for the 2009-10 season it was rumored SPA/Hércules might be promoted[2] but the club finally remained in Primera Nacional, as it was called then the current Segunda División.

• Solid, high defensive line backed by agile, alert, brave sweeper-keeper

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• Strong collective spirit, work ethic, remaining faithful to clear playing philosophy

Jorge Vilda07/07/1981"We had no preparation games so it was a question of testing our potential in competitive matches. We got stronger as the tournament went on and I was proud of my team and how they performed. The final showed how you can end up paying the highest price for a single mistake. This can be a complicated age group but the squad was exceptionally good together and I didn’t have to spend energy on creating a positive atmosphere. There were no egos and they simply loved football."

• 4-3-3 with López a key performer as single screening midfielder

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• Effective set plays with good exploitation of second ball situations

• Good use of flanks by skilful wingers combining with advanced full-backs

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• Collective, mature defending; ball-winning in key areas for fast counters

In 2013 Hércules ended the agreement, and Sporting Plaza de Argel returned to its original form.[3]

Sporting Plaza de Argel, also known formerly as Hércules CF Femenino, is a Spanish women's football club from Alicante currently playing in Segunda División's Group 4.[1]

• Positive possession play based on technical ability in all departments

Founded in 1995, it was the first organized women's football team in the city.

In 1997 Sporting Plaza de Argel promoted to the second category for the first time, consolidating itself in the top part of the table throughout the following decade, but without attaining promotion the Superliga to date. Back then they used a yellow shirt, blue shorts kit which is nowadays their second uniform.