Deportes Melipilla

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Deportes Melipilla
DeportesMelipillaBadge.svg
Full name Corporacion de Deportes Melipilla
Nickname(s) Potros, Caballos
Founded January 24, 1992
Ground Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez
Melipilla, Chile
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Chile Antonio Riquelme
Manager Chile Rodrigo Meléndez
League Segunda División
2013-14 4th
Website Website Club home page

Deportes Melipilla is a Chilean football club, based on Melipilla, a comune in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. It was founded on January 24, 1992 as a successor of Club Deportivo Soinca Bata. Currently the team competes in the Segunda División after coming back up to this division due to financial problems faced in 2009, which lead the team to go to Tercera Division A for the 2010 season. The club has its classic rival, Provincial Talagante, however they haven't played each other in a couple of years.

Deportes Melipilla has its own stadium called Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez situated in its city with a capacity of 6,000.

Titles[edit]

2004, 2006

Seasons[edit]

Current 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
1 Chile GK Rodrigo Flores
3 Chile DF Jorge Aguilar
4 Chile DF José Araya
7 Chile MF Mario Sandoval
8 Chile DF Rodrigo Moya
10 Chile FW Saúl Flores
11 Chile MF Esteban Giorgetti
12 Chile GK Boris Pérez
14 Chile FW Patricio Salas
17 Chile MF Javier Pérez
19 Chile FW Sandro Berríos
20 Chile DF Cristián Fuentes
22 Chile MF Sebastián Díaz
23 Chile MF Gerardo Basaes
24 Chile MF Miguel Umaña
26 Chile MF Juan Carlos Araya
No. Position Player
27 Chile DF Matías Celis
28 Uruguay MF Leandro Díaz
-- Chile GK Matías Miranda
-- Chile DF Cristián Abarca
-- Chile DF Fabián Rosales
-- Chile MF Argenis Osses
-- Chile MF Freedy Vargas
-- Chile MF Gustavo Arancibia
-- Chile MF Gustavo Garrido
-- Chile MF Lucas Faúndez
-- Chile MF Sebastian Seida
-- Chile MF Pablo Riffo
-- Chile MF Sebastián Ampuero
-- Ivory Coast FW Frank Aolie
-- Chile FW Christian Zapata
-- Chile FW Felipe Wolf

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