Mineros de Guayana

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Mineros de Guayana
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Full name Asociación Civil Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana
Nickname(s) Los Negriazules, La Pandilla del Sur
Founded 1981
Ground CTE Cachamay
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
Ground Capacity 41,600 [1]
Chairman Venezuela Gilberto Velasco
Manager Venezuela Marcos Mathías
League Primera División Venezolana
2012-13 6th

The ACCD Mineros de Guayana, usually known as Mineros de Guayana or simply Mineros, is a Venezuelan football (soccer) club based in Puerto Ordaz.

History[edit]

The Colegio Loyola Gumilla's field, located in Puerto Ordaz, was used in football matches. The people who played at the field decided to found a football club. On November 11, 1981, the club was founded as Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana.

On November 20, 1981, the club's foundation constitutive act was signed.

On January 3, 1982, the club played its first match, against Villa Colombia FC, a Guayana's amateur club. Mineros won 2-0, both goals scored by José Pacheco.

On September 5, 1982, the club won the Segunda División Venezolana, being promoted to the following year's first division.

In 1989, the club won the first Primera División Venezolana.

Titles[edit]

Amateur Era (0):
Professional Era (1): 1989
1982
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1984, 2011

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1990: Group Stage
1997: Group Stage
2005: Preliminary Round
2008: First Stage
2005: Preliminary Round
2006: Preliminary Round
2012: Second Stage
2013:
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1995: Quarter-Finals

Colors[edit]

The club's colors are blue and black.

Current first team 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 Venezuela GK Rafael Romo
4 Venezuela DF Gabriel Cichero
5 Venezuela DF Julio Machado
6 Venezuela DF Luis Vallenilla (captain)
7 Venezuela FW Ángel Chourio
8 Venezuela MF Édgar Jiménez
9 Venezuela FW Richard José Blanco
10 Venezuela MF Louis Angelo Peña
11 Venezuela FW Orlando Cordero
12 Venezuela GK Tito Rojas
No. Position Player
15 Venezuela MF Andres Sampedro
17 Colombia FW Zamir Valoyes
18 Argentina MF Juan Jose Morales
20 Venezuela MF Rafael Acosta
21 Venezuela DF Andres Rouga
22 Venezuela GK Luis Romero
24 Venezuela MF Arnold López
25 Venezuela MF Breitner Da Silva
27 Venezuela MF Edson Castillo
44 Venezuela DF José Manuel Velázquez

Former managers[edit]

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The club's logo is composed of a geometrical figure, which is a carbon diamond crystal zoomed millions of times with a microscope.

Stadium[edit]

Mineros plays their home matches at CTE Cachamay, which has a maximum capacity of 41,600 people. [2] It was 1 of the 9 venues of the Copa America 2007, for this, US$160,000 were invested for the expansion of the stadium. The stadium has multiple uses, like a special kids area, an indoor gym, basketball and volleyball courts, a racing track, ten media station booths, a commercial center, movie theaters and three enormous parking lots. The stadium is surrounded by the river Caroní and the waterfall of the Cachamay Park.

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