Centro Deportivo Olmedo

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Olmedo
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Full name Club Centro Deportivo Olmedo
Nickname(s)
  • Ciclón Andino (Andean Cyclone)
  • El ídolo de Riobamba (The Riobamba idol)
Founded November 11, 1919
Ground Estadio Olímpico de Riobamba
Ground Capacity 18,936
Chairman Marcelo Pérez
Manager Gabriel Perrone
League Serie A
2013 1st, Serie B (promoted)

Club Centro Deportivo Olmedo is a Ecuadorian professional football club based in Riobamba, Ecuador. They currently play in the Serie A, Ecuador's top level of professional football.

The club won their only national championship in 2000. Their achievement made them the first club outside of Quito and Guayaquil to win a national championship. They have also won two Serie B titles in 1994 and 2003. Internationally, they have played in the Copa Libertadores four times, reaching the Round of 16 once in 2002.

Founded in 1919, Olmedo is the oldest club in the Serie A or Serie B. Their home stadium is the Estadio Olímpico. They have no historic rivals.

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 Ecuador GK Wilmer Zumba
2 Ecuador DF Luis Ruano
3 Ecuador DF Luis Alberto Zambrano
4 Ecuador DF Omar Ledesma
5 Ecuador MF Armando Monteverde
8 Ecuador FW Andrés Vinueza
11 Ecuador FW Franklin Salas
12 Ecuador GK Robinson Sanchez
13 Ecuador MF Carlos Alfredo Orejuela Quiñónez
14 Ecuador DF Carlos Javier Caicedo
15 Ecuador FW Romario Caicedo
16 Ecuador MF Jacob Murillo
No. Position Player
17 Ecuador MF Marco Romero
19 Ecuador MF Jose Ardila
20 Ecuador MF Jorge López
21 Ecuador MF Walter Alcaraz
22 Ecuador GK Omar Estrada
23 Ecuador GK Jorge Alberto Vargas
24 Ecuador MF Marco Mosquera
30 Ecuador FW Jasson Zambrano
50 Ecuador DF Nicolas Enzo Gonzalez
51 Ecuador MF Robert Tabares
55 Ecuador DF Fausto Gavilánez

Honors[edit]

National

Managers[edit]

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