Academia Deportiva Cantolao

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Academia Deportiva Cantolao
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Full name Academia Deportiva Cantolao
Founded 1981
Chairman Dante Mandriotti
League Copa Perú

Academia Deportiva Cantolao is a Peruvian football club based in the city of Callao, Peru. However, the club is mostly known for its youth academy. Their football academy is one of the most popular in Peru. Academia Cantolao has educated many players who have gone on to play in the Torneo Descentralizado (Peruvian top-flight) and abroad. Probably their most recognized graduate is Bayern Munich striker Claudio Pizarro.



In the 1982 Copa Perú, the club classified to the Final Stage, but was eliminated by Atlético Grau and Atlético Torino.

Youth academy[edit]

Academia Cantolao as a youth academy currently educates players ranging from the U-8 level up to U-20.

Noted alumni[edit]

Claudio Pizarro is a youth product of Academia Deportiva Cantolao.
Player[1] Year of birth Year joined club Playing
National team Years Played
for National Team
Miguel Rebosio 1976 Centre back  Peru 1997–2005
Claudio Pizarro 1978 Striker  Peru 1999–present
Carlos Lobatón 1980 Central Midfielder  Peru 2005–present
Rainer Torres 1980 Central Midfielder  Peru 2005–present
Juan Carlos Mariño 1982 Attacking Midfielder  Peru 2006–present
Luis Ramírez 1984 Attacking Midfielder  Peru 2005–present
Junior Viza 1985 Attacking Midfielder  Peru 2006
Junior Ross 1986 Winger  Peru 2005–present
Daniel Chávez 1988 Striker  Peru 2008–present
Carlos Zambrano 1989 2000–2006 Centre back  Peru 2008–present
Reimond Manco 1990 Attacking Midfielder  Peru 2008–present
Yoshimar Yotún 1990 1997–2002[2] Full back  Peru 2011–present



Runner-up (1): 1985
Third Place (1): 1982

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Famous Players". Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  2. ^ "Yoshimar Yotun – Player Profile" (in spanish). 4 November 2008. Archived from the original on 9 October 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011. 

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