Asociación Deportiva Carmelita

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AD Carmelita
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Full name Asociación Deportiva Carmelita
Nickname(s) el carmen
Founded 1936
Ground Estadio Carlos Alvarado
Santa Barbara, Costa Rica
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Costa Rica Cruz Campos
Manager Portugal Guilherme Farinha
League Primera División de Costa Rica
2014 Verano Regular Season: 5th
Playoffs: DNQ

Asociación Deportiva Carmelita is a Costa Rican football team playing in Primera División de Costa Rica. It is based in Barrio El Carmen, Alajuela, Costa Rica. Their home stadium is Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto. They won one championship in 1961.

Achievements[edit]

1961

In 1995 Carmelita bought grecias top defender Carlos Arturo Bolanos went down as one of the club's best transfers in second division soccer in Costa Rica.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Costa Rica GK Ronny Fernández
6 Costa Rica DF Darío Delgado
3 Costa Rica DF Eduardo Gómez
4 Costa Rica MF Esteban Aguilera
5 Costa Rica DF Carlos Montenegro
7 Costa Rica MF Brayan Solórzano
8 Costa Rica MF Suhander Zúñiga
9 Guatemala FW Angelo Padilla
10 Costa Rica MF José Adrián Marrero
11 Costa Rica MF Rooney Mora
12 Costa Rica MF Bryan Orúe
13 Costa Rica DF Víctor Chavarría
14 Costa Rica DF Verny Ramírez
15 Costa Rica DF Ignacio Quesada
No. Position Player
17 Costa Rica MF Marlon Barquero
18 Costa Rica DF Fabricio Chavarría
20 Costa Rica DF Pedro Leal
21 Costa Rica MF Andrey Ugalde
30 Costa Rica GK Ólger Ruiz
-- Costa Rica GK Luis Carlos Zamora
- Costa Rica MF Marco Solano
- Costa Rica MF Carlos Chaves
- Costa Rica MF Frank Zamora
- Costa Rica MF Juan Pablo Arguedas
- Costa Rica MF Josué Rodríguez
- Costa Rica MF Bayron Jiménez
- Costa Rica MF Josué Arroyo
- Costa Rica MF Kevin González

Notable Players[edit]

Notable Coaches[edit]

  • Costa Rica Juan Carlos Arguedas
  • Spain Juan Luis Hernández
  • Costa Rica Mauricio Montero (2007–08)
  • Uruguay Hernán Fernando Sosa (July 1, 2008–Dec 31, 2008)
  • Costa Rica Rónald Gómez (Jan 1, 2009–June 30, 2009)
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (July 1, 2011–March 22, 2013)
  • Argentina Marcelo Bruno (interim) (March 23, 2013–March 26, 2013)
  • Costa Rica Luis Torres (March 27, 2013–June 30, 2013)
  • Portugal Guilherme Farinha (July 1, 2013–)