Club Deportivo Tapatío

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C.D. Guadalajara Reserves and Academy
Guadalajara CD.svg
Full name C.D. Guadalajara Reserves and Academy
Nickname(s)
  • Las Chivas (The Goats)
  • Las Chivas del Guadalajara (The Guadalajara Goats)
  • Las Chivas Rayadas (The Striped Goats)
  • El Rebaño Sagrado (The Sacred Flock)
  • Los Rojiblancos (The Red-and-Whites)
Founded 8 May 1906
Ground Estadio Omnilife
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
Ground Capacity 49,850
Owner Jorge Vergara
Chairman Néstor de la Torre
Manager Ramón Morales (U-20)
Manuel Martínez (U-17)

C.D. Guadalajara Reserves and Academy are the reserve team of C.D. Guadalajara.

It was founded as Club Deportivo Tapatío in 1973 when CD Guadalajara purchased a license for the Tercera División. In two seasons Tapatío promoted to the Segunda División. The club mostly competed at the second level. After a relegation Tapatío bought the second level license from Gallos de Aguascalientes in 2001. In 2004 the team moved to La Piedad and competed as Chivas La Piedad. In the 2005/06 season the team was moved to Tepic and competed as Chivas Coras. The team returned to Guadalajara in 2006 and the Tapatío name was restored.

Before the Apertura 2009 tournament Tapatío ceased to exist. The league system was restructured and following new rules of the Mexican Federation of Association Football that teams in the Primera División will not be able to have a filial team in the Ascenso MX, the franchise was sold to Club Universidad de Guadalajara. Chivas Rayadas competes now as reserve team for Club Deportivo Guadalajara.

Current U-20 roster[edit]

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

No. Position Player
81 Mexico GK David Silva
82 Mexico DF Carlos Villanueva
83 Mexico DF Jorge Parra
84 Mexico FW William Guzmán
88 Mexico MF Rubén González
89 Mexico MF Eduardo López
90 Mexico FW José David Ramírez
92 Mexico MF Alejandro Almejo
93 Mexico DF Luis Mártir
94 Mexico DF Marco López
95 Mexico MF Sergio Flores
96 Mexico MF Victor Guzmán
No. Position Player
97 Mexico FW Luis Márquez
98 Mexico MF Michel Navarro
99 Mexico MF Sebastián Araujo
100 Mexico FW Alberto Jaramillo
101 Mexico FW Daniel Rios
102 Mexico FW Alexis López
103 Mexico FW David Ávalos
104 Mexico DF Álvaro Sandoval
105 Mexico DF Mario Orozco
106 Mexico DF Anwar Hernández
107 Mexico DF Edson Flores

Current U-17 roster[edit]

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

No. Position Player
131 Mexico GK Alejandro Cruz
132 Mexico DF Diego Cortés
133 Mexico DF Jesús Flores
134 Mexico DF Juan de Dios Aguayo
135 Mexico DF Manuel Mayorga
136 Mexico FW Eduardo Cedillo
137 Mexico MF Rubén Domínguez
138 Mexico MF Brian Barboza
139 Mexico MF Kevin Ramírez
140 Mexico MF Benjamín Muñoz
141 Mexico GK Luis Arroyo
142 Mexico FW José Gurrola
143 Mexico MF Alan Cervantes
144 Mexico FW José Peralta
No. Position Player
145 Mexico FW Kevin Magaña
146 Mexico FW Alejandro Casillas
147 Mexico FW Jorge Ortíz
148 Mexico FW Fredi Ortega
149 Mexico MF Sergio Bueno
150 Mexico FW Jonathan Padilla
151 Mexico DF Gustavo Corona
152 Mexico DF Héctor Reynoso Ávila
153 Mexico DF Ulises Zurita
156 Mexico MF Franciso Mendoza
159 Mexico MF Juan Pablo Pérez
161 Mexico MF José Plascencia
162 Mexico FW José Juan Macías

Honors[edit]

Primera "A"[edit]

Second Division[edit]

Second Division "B"[edit]

  • Second Division "B" (2): 1985-1986, 1993-1994.

Third Division[edit]

Friendly tournaments[edit]

  • IV Copa Alianza: 2007

Verizon Wireless Copa Alianza,Winning 6-0 over Atlético Altamirano of Houston