Iberia Los Ángeles

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Iberia
Full name Deportes Iberia S.A.D.P.
Nickname(s) Iberianos, Azulgranas
Founded June 15, 1933
Ground Estadio Municipal de Los Ángeles,
Los Ángeles, Chile
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Chile Ana Bull
Manager Chile Ronald Fuentes
League Segunda División
2013-14 1st (Champion)

Deportes Iberia is a Chilean Football club, their home town is Los Ángeles in Chile. They currently play in the third tier of Chilean football, the Segunda División.

History[edit]

The club was founded on June 15, 1933 in Conchalí, Santiago. In 1966 the club moved to Puente Alto.

In 1969 moved to Los Ángeles and they were known as Iberia Bío Bío.

Titles[edit]

Minor Tournaments[edit]

  • División de Honor Amateur (DIVHA) (1): 1945

Current Squad 2014[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 Franco Cabrera
2 Chile DF Álvaro Torres
3 Chile DF Emerson Ayala
4 Chile DF Fabian Torres
5 Chile DF Nicolás Mancilla
6 Chile MF José Carlos Prieto
7 Chile MF Iván Herrera
8 Chile DF Francisco Ayala
9 Argentina FW Martín Troncoso
10 Chile MF Cristián Muñoz
11 Chile FW Eduardo Navea
12 Argentina GK Fabián Moyano
13 Chile MF Gustavo Léon
No. Position Player
14 Chile MF Jorge Galvez
15 Chile MF José Miguel Farias
16 Chile MF José Salcedo
17 Chile MF Bryan Castillo
18 Chile MF Oliver Toledo
19 Chile DF Martín Cortés[disambiguation needed]
20 Chile MF Ronald De la Fuente
21 Chile MF John Munizaga
22 Chile GK José Roca
23 Brazil MF Vandinho
24 Chile FW Miguel Orellana
28 Chile MF Bayron Perales

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