|Full name||Antigua Guatemala Futbol Club|
|Nickname(s)||Antigueños, Panzas Verdes, Aguacateros|
|Chairman||Mario Porras Gonzales|
|League||Primera División de Ascenso|
|Website||Club home page|
Antigua Guatemala Fútbol Club is a Guatemalan professional football team based in Antigua Guatemala, and competing in the Primera División de Ascenso. They play their home games at the Estadio Pensativo. They are nicknamed Los Panzas Verdes ("Green bellies") in reference to the traditional green stripes of their uniform.
The club was founded in 1958 by Dr. Miguel Ángel Soto Bustamante and Mr. Antonio Martínez Barrios with the colonial city as its home. The clubs first president was Rogelio Toldeo Estrada and the clubs first manager was César Rodríguez Gudiel.
After earning promotion to the maximum division (Liga Mayor "A") in the 1957-58 season, Antigua, they finished third in the 1959-60 league table, but could not retain their level in the following years, suffering relegation after the 1964 season. After more a decade in the Liga Mayor B, the club's administration was inherited by the Antigua Guatemala Municipality, and in December 1976, earned promotion back to the Liga Mayor "A", but was relegated two years later as the number of teams in the league was reduced from 18 to 12 teams. Administration changed hands again and the team earned another promotion in 1979 after winning a tie-breaking third playoff match against JuCa at the Estadio Mateo Flores, remaining in the top category until 1983, when a last-place finish on the standings relegated them once again.
The 1983 relegation marked the beginning of a 16-year long period in which the club when through financial strain and was unable to return to the top flight. In 1998 the team's administration was again given to the Municipality, and on 22 May 1999 they earned a spot in the now called Liga Nacional. They were relegated after seven years after the 2005-06 season, in what has been their longest period of participation at the top level. As of 2011, they are competing in the Primera División de Ascenso.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Marcelo Messias (2003)
- Víctor Cardona
- Wilson Flores
- Austin Berry (1999–00)
- Richard Smith
- Manuel Cañadas (1972)
- Mario Acevedo
- Orlando A. Andrade
- Jorge Tupinambá dos Santos
- César Rodríguez Gudiel (1958)
- Carlos Rosales (2000)
- Rodolfo Arias
- Ever González (2009)
- Orlando A. Andrade (2009–10)
- Daniel Orlando Berta (Jan 2010-Mar 10)
- Ricardo Carreño (Mar 2010-)
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- Guatemala 2005/06 - RSSSF