The first championships were local: there were many groups of friends, neighborhoods… that competed with each other. Until the celebration of a championship in the province of Girona, the colors of Palamós were white for the shirts and a dark color for the pants. The winner would have the right to wear yellow and blue, representative of the maritime district of Palamós. The Palamós team won: this was the beginning of the current color combination.
On July 24, 1912, the new sports field was inaugurated, located on the outskirts of Palamós, where it was won by 3 goals to 0 in the Strong of Girona.
The first international match was on May 27, 1928, against Revel (halfway from Carcassonne to Toulouse). Palamós won 2-1. The next day the revenge was disputed and the Palamós prevailed again, this time by 3-1.
On April 12, 1931, Palamós was proclaimed champion of Catalonia for the first time, after defeating Tàrrega in the final by 3 goals to 1.
In the 1985/86 season, promotion to the third division was seriously considered. That year was not achieved, but it came the following year: it was the “SUPER-PALAMÓS”.
In the 1987/88 season the team “walked” through the third division, achieving a new promotion, this time in the second division B. New signings, a lot of ambition… and the following year a new promotion: in the second division A. The debut took place in Murcia. Everyone was expecting a defeat, but the result was favorable by 1 goal to 2. Palamós was the revelation team. The last two games were key to deciding if Palamós got the right to be promoted to the first division, but things didn’t go well and the team was on the verge of a new promotion. In any case, the 1989/90 season is remembered as mythical: Palamós CF was the fashion team. From then the equipment consolidated to the division of silver of Spanish soccer.