Club Deportivo Marte
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Club Deportivo Marte was a Mexican football club.
The first tournament played by the club was in the amateur era in the 1928-9 season. In the early era, the club won two of its three titles.
The first title came in the 1928-9 season, its first year. The club finished with 14 points from 8 matches, with a total of 7 victories and only 1 loss (at the time there were 2 points for a victory). The club also made a part of the Mexican national team in that era and in the 1930 World Cup in Uruguay.
- Amateur Era: 2
- 1928-29, 1942-43
- Verano 2000
- Amateur Era: 1
- 1943 (Marte vs. Moctezuma)
- 1954 (Marte vs. América)
- Manuel Alonso (1942–43), (16 goals)
- Marco A. de Almeida (1994–95), (15 goals)
- "México - List of Final Tables". Retrieved 20 October 2012.