Atlético Minero

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Not to be confused with Clube Atlético Mineiro.
Atlético Minero
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Full name Club Atlético Minero del Rímac
Nickname(s) Los Mineros
Founded 1997
Ground Estadio Municipal de Matucana
Matucana - Peru
Ground Capacity 5,000
President Peru Fernando Pajuelo
Manager Peru Lizandro Barbaran
League Peruvian Second Division
2013 Peruvian Second Division, 12th

Club Atlético Minero is a Peruvian football club based in Matucana, located in the Department of Lima. It was founded in 1997 and was promoted to the Primera División Peruana in 2008 were it played for one season. It has played in the Peruvian Segunda Division ever since.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1997, in the Casapalca mining town under the name Unión Minas de Casapalca. The following year under Juan Diaz and Juan Flores, the club is merged with the club Boca Junior and renamed Atlético Minero, also taking on new and current symbol of the club.

Hector Gamarra, Denis De la Cruz and Fernando Pajuelo took over the club and became one of the most attractive teams of the Copa Perú. His first major campaign was in 2005, when it ranked first in the National Stage representing Lima and reached the quarterfinals where they were eliminated by José Gálvez FBC of Chimbote.

In 2006, the club was invited to the Second Division to fill one of the two vacancies. However, the invitees required that their home ground be a region without a team representing them in the first or second division. Minero changed its home ground to Huancayo, where they played the entire year.

In 2007, the club returned to Matucana and placed second in the Second Division. They played a playoff against the Copa Peru runner-up Sport Águila and won. They were promoted to the First Division. Descended to the Second Division in 2008 after losing a playoff game with Juan Aurich. Since that time remains in the Peruvian Second Division.

Uniform[edit]

  • First Uniform: Orange Shirt, Orange Shorts, Orange Socks.
  • Second Uniform: Blue Shirt, Blue Shorts, Blue Socks.

Dress and Sponsor[edit]

Dress
Period Sponsor
2008 - 2010 Walon
2011 Convert
2012–Present Walon
Sponsor
Period Sponsor
2008 SouthCom
2011–Present No Sponsor

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 Peru GK Manuel Riofrio
2 Peru DF Roberto Rodríguez
3 Peru DF Juan Vera (captain)
4 Peru DF Jesus Porras
5 Peru DF Juan Castillo[disambiguation needed]
6 Peru DF William Tafur
7 Peru MF Alexander Salas
8 Peru FW Jose Maria Cordoba
9 Peru MF Angel Muchotrigo
10 Peru FW Mariano Gonzalez
11 Argentina FW Mauro Baigorria
12 Peru GK Jose Olcese
No. Position Player
13 Peru MF Yorkman Tello
14 Peru MF Alberto Arias
15 Peru MF Fredy Astuhuaman
16 Argentina MF Matias Silva
17 Peru MF Rodolfo Ojeda
18 Peru DF Bruno Tirado
19 Peru MF Alvaro Solar
20 Peru DF Elvis Rodas
21 Peru DF Elsar Rodas
22 Peru DF Rodrigo Bouroncle
23 Peru FW Christian Cuadros

Notable players[edit]

For a list of all former and current Club Atlético Minero del Rímac players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Atlético Minero footballers.

Honours[edit]

National[edit]

Runner-up (1): 2007

Regional[edit]

Winners (1): 2005
Winners (1): 2005

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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