Club Atlético Sarmiento

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Escudo del Club Sarmiento de Junin.svg
Full name Club Atlético Sarmiento
Nickname(s) Verde
Founded 1 April 1911; 103 years ago (1911-04-01)
Ground Estadio Eva Perón, Junín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ground Capacity 23,000
Chairman Fernando Chiófalo
Manager Sergio Lippi
League Primera B Nacional
2014 4° of Zona B
Website Club home page

Club Atlético Sarmiento is a football club from the city of Junín, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. The squad currently plays in the Argentine Primera División, recently promoted from the Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.

Junín Estadio

Founded in 1911 and affiliated to AFA in 1952, Sarmiento has only played 2 seasons in the Primera División, in 1981 and 1982.[1] The team best final position ever was 13th in 1981, being relegated to the last place in 1982.


Current squad[edit]

As of March 5, 2015.

Source: Argentine Soccer

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Argentina GK César Rigamonti
2 Argentina DF Franco Coria
3 Argentina DF Francisco Dutari
4 Argentina DF Pablo Aguilar
5 Argentina MF Renzo Spinaci
6 Argentina DF Daniel Delgado
7 Argentina MF Ignacio Cacheiro
8 Chile MF Marcelo Scatolaro
9 Argentina FW Héctor Cuevas
10 Argentina MF Nicolás Sánchez
11 Argentina MF Gervasio Núñez
12 Argentina GK Pablo Bangardino
14 Argentina MF Agustín Pascucci
16 Argentina MF Federico Castro
No. Position Player
19 Argentina DF Franco Peppino
21 Argentina DF Sebastián Luna
22 Argentina DF Nahuel Quiroga
23 Argentina MF Michael Hoyos
25 Argentina MF Juan Ignacio López
26 Argentina MF Luis Quiroga
27 Argentina GK Manuel Vicentini
28 Colombia DF Mauricio Casierra
29 Argentina MF Dardo Miloc
32 Argentina MF José Tamburelli
40 Argentina FW Tobías Figueroa
Argentina DF Marcelo Bustamante
Argentina MF Silvio Iuvalé
Argentina FW Mauricio Ferradas


1980, 2003-04, 2011-12


  1. ^ Gowar, Rex (2010-05-05). "Remote Argentine club sows seeds of success". Reuters. 

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