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Full name Club Atlético Aldosivi
Nickname(s) Tiburón, Verde, Gringos
Founded 29 March 1913; 101 years ago (1913-03-29)
Ground Estadio José María Minella,
Mar Del Plata, Buenos Aires Province
Ground Capacity 35,354 [1]
Chairman José Moscuzza
Manager Darío Franco
League Primera B Nacional
2014 5° of Zona A
Website Club home page

Club Atlético Aldosivi (usually referred simply as Aldosivi) is an Argentine football club based in the city of Mar del Plata. The institution was founded on March 29, 1913, and plays in the second division of the Argentine football league system, the Primera B Nacional. The club's name comes from the first two letters of the last name of their founders, Allard, Doulfus, Sillard, and Wiriott (the w was changed to a v because there was no W available to telegraph the official announcement).[2]

In 1979, Aldosivi merged with two other clubs from Mar del Plata and was known by the name Defensores del Puerto until 1981 when it returned to the traditional name, which it still uses today.[2]


Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Club Atlético Aldosivi as of October 5, 2014 (edit)
Sources: BDFA

No. Position Player
 ARG GK Pablo Campodónico
 ARG GK Matías Vega
 ARG GK Agustín Staropolis
 ARG DF Nicolás Ayr
 ARG DF Leandro Aguirre
 ARG DF Ismael Quílez
 ARG DF Matías Lequi
 ARG DF Brian G. Flores
 ARG DF Federico León
 ARG DF Damián A. Martínez
 ARG DF Sergio Modón
 ARG MF Leonardo Baima
 ARG MF Franco Canever
 ARG MF Ángel Gastón Díaz
No. Position Player
 ARG MF Leonardo Fredes
 ARG MF Jonathan Galván
 ARG MF Juan P. Gargiulo
 ARG MF Alejandro Capurro
 ARG MF Hernán Lamberti
 ARG MF Andrés Lope
 ARG MF Víctor Malcorra
 ARG MF Enrique Seccafien
 ARG MF Darío Gandín
 ARG FW César Carranza
 ARG FW Pablo Lugüercio
 ARG FW Nicolás Miracco
 ARG FW Nicolás López Macri
 ARG FW Ángel Vildozo

Manager: Fernando Quiroz

Former players[edit]

Main category: Aldosivi footballers



  • Liga Marplatense de Fútbol:
    • First Division (6): 1973, 1974, 1975, 1989, 1993, 1994
    • Second Division (3): 1923, 1959, 1983
    • Third Division (2): 1941, 1944


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