Club Social y Deportivo Tristán Suárez

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Tristán Suárez
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Full name Club Social y Deportivo Tristán Suárez
Nickname(s) Lechero
Founded 8 August 1929; 85 years ago (1929-08-08)
Ground Estadio "20 de Octubre", Tristán Suárez
Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Gastón Granados
Manager Caruso Lombardi
League Primera B Metropolitana
2013-14 12th
Website

[http://clubtristansuarezoficial.com/

pattern_la1= Club home page]

Club Social y Deportivo Tristán Suárez is an Argentine sports club from Tristán Suárez, a city in Greater Buenos Aires. The club is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in Primera B Metropolitana, the regionalised third division of the Argentine football league system.

Other sports practised at the institution are basketball, women's field hockey, roller skating and taekwondo.

History[edit]

The club was founded on 8 August 1929 under the name "Sportivo Tristán Suárez", and began to participate in the football tournaments of Esteban Echeverría and Cañuelas cities from 1931 to 1963, when Tristán Suárez affiliated to Argentine Football Association to participate in the Primera D division. Tristán Suárez debuted officially on 2 May 1964, in the Viejo Gasómetro (San Lorenzo de Almagro old venue) being defeated by now disaffiliated Piraña.

In 1975 Tristán Suárez won its first title, promoting to Primera C. At the end of that season the team (coached by Horacio Harguindeguy) had finishing sharing the first position with Deportivo Merlo so a match between both teams had to be played in order to proclaim a champion. Tristán Suárez finally beat Deportivo Merlo in a penalty shootout after the regular match ended 1-1.

Tristán Suárez debuted on Primera C in 1976, with a 1-1 draw against Deportivo Armenio. In 1994 the team won its second title, the Torneo Apertura, with goalkeeper Alejandro Otamendi playing 1,115 consecutive minutes without conceding a goal, setting a new record. Tristán Suárez later won the Torneo Reducido after defeating Deportivo Paraguayo, Flandria and Berazategui, therefore the team promoted to the upper division, Primera B Metropolitana.

The team debuted on Primera B Metropolitana beating Sportivo Dock Sud. One year later, the team won the 1996 Apertura defeating Colegiales. The club had to play two matches against Defensa y Justicia (1997 Clausura winner) in order to promote to Primera B Nacional but Tristán Suárez lost the series.

In 2004 Tristán Suárez had another chance to promote to Primera B Nacional, but was defeated at the hands of Unión de Santa Fe

Players[edit]

First-team 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
Argentina GK Darío Capogrosso
Argentina GK Iván Brun
Argentina GK Gastón Losa
Argentina GK Rodrigo Lugo
Argentina DF Alejandro Alemandi
Uruguay DF Antonio Fernández
Argentina DF Cristian Trombetta
Argentina DF Facundo Talín
Argentina DF Ezequiel Vicente
Argentina DF Darío Cajaravilla
Argentina DF Ezequiel García
Argentina DF Matías Molina
Argentina MF Federico Amaya
Argentina MF Gastón Bottino
Argentina MF Diego Cochas
Argentina MF Andrés Gurrieri
Argentina MF Daniel Imperiale
Argentina MF Miguel Pedro López
Argentina MF Emanuel Carreira
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Federico Barrionuevo
Argentina MF Lucas Monzón
Argentina MF Matías Moglia
Argentina MF Franco Toloza
Argentina MF Elvio Fredrich
United States MF Kevin Hoyos
Argentina MF Juan Leguizamón
Argentina MF Pablo Manchini
Argentina MF Jorge Nicasio Torres
Argentina FW Juan Carlos Alonso
Argentina FW Facundo Diz
Argentina FW Martín Gianfelice
Argentina FW Matías Orieta
Argentina FW Ezequiel Rodriguez
Argentina FW Hernán Boyero
Argentina FW Lucas Farías
Argentina FW Alejandro Igartúa
Argentina FW Alejandro Quintana
Uruguay FW Mathías Saavedra

Titles[edit]

1975

External links[edit]