|Full name||Club Deportivo Jalapa|
|Nickname(s)||Los Tigres del Jumay (The Jumay's Tigers)|
|Ground||Estadio Las Flores
|League||Liga Nacional de Fútbol|
The team was founded on July 10, 1978.
Having been promoted to the Liga Nacional in 2001 under coach Benjamín Monterroso, Jalapa won the domestic cup three times, in 2002, 2005, and 2006.
The club's biggest achievement has been winning the 2007 Apertura tournament, which was the first national championship won in the club's history. The title earned them a berth in the CONCACAF Champions League 2008-09.
Jalapa won their second league championship by defeating Guatemalan great C.S.D. Municipal in the clausura 2009 final. This is their second championship in two years by which they have written history in Guatemala.
After Jalapa become champions, they entered into an economic situation making the departure of most of the champions players, they were relegate to the Liga de Ascenso Nacional. The pace did not change for them, they got more economic issues which recurred to relegated the team to Segunda Division and continue they relegation until the team disappear.
There is a new team which play in the same stadium Las Flores called Los Tigres de Jumay which won the Tercera Division and promoted to Segunda Division.
Apertura 2010 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Former Notable Players
- Jorge Dos Santos (FW)
- Norberto Huezo
- Gustavo Adolfo Cabrera (DF)
- Carlos Eduardo Gallardo (DF)
- Jean Marquez (MF)
- Nelson Morales (DF)
- Ángel Sanabria (DF)
- Israel Silva Matos de Souza (FW)
- Milton Núñez (FW)
- Adrian Apellaniz (FW)
List of football coaches
- Óscar Enrique Sánchez
- Juan Alberto Salguer
- Benjamín Monterroso (2000–01)
- Julio César Cortés (2005)
- Carlos Jurado (2006–08)
- Hector Trujillo (2009)
- Ariel Longo (2009–10)
- Liga Nacional de Guatemala titles: 2
- Apertura 2007, Clausura 2009
- Copa de Guatemala titles: 3
- 2002, 2005, 2006
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