C.D. Santiagueño

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C.D. Santiagueño
Full name Club Deportivo Santiagueño
Founded 1985
Ground Estadio Leonidas Flores Cárdenas,
Santiago de María, El Salvador

Club Deportivo Santiagueño is a Salvadoran professional football club from Santiago de María, Usulután.

C.D. Santiagueño won the Salvadoran Premier Division title in the 1979-80 season.

History[edit]

1979-1980[edit]

After clinching fourth place in the regular league season, the club won the national title in the final round. In the final group round of four teams, Santiagueño beat Águila, FAS and Independiente Nacional 1906 to finish top of the group with five wins and only one defeat.[1]

Subsequent years[edit]

The following season, in 1980-81, they clinched the regular season league title. In the finals, however, they fell short to Atlético Marte, losing 2-1 in the first leg, and 3-1 in the second leg. Both games were played in the Estadio Cuscatlán. Despite winning the title two years previous the team were relegated to Second Division in 1982. They were relegated from the Third Division in 2007.

Santiagueño in International Competition[edit]

  • 1R = First Round
Season Competition Round Land Club Score
Copa Fraternidad 1980 Copa Interclubes UNCAF 1R Guatemala CSD Municipal 2-1, 2-5
Season Competition Round Land Club Score
Copa Fraternidad 1981 Copa Interclubes UNCAF 1R Guatemala CD Suchitepéquez 2-2, 2-3

Notable coaches[edit]

Argentina

  • Argentina Raúl Miralles (1979)

Chile

  • Chile Carlos Máscaro

El Salvador

Guatemala

  • Guatemala Rafael Osorio (1980–1981)

Achievements[edit]

References[edit]

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