Asociacion Deportiva Limonense

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Asociacion Deportiva Limonense
Full name Asociacion Deportiva Limonense
Nickname(s) Asodeli
Caribeños
Founded July 10, 1961
Dissolved 2009
Ground Estadio Juan Gobán
Limón, Costa Rica
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Costa Rica -
Head Coach Costa Rica -
League Primera División de Costa Rica

Asociacion Deportiva Limonense also known as ASODELI, was a Costa Rican football team, played for more than 20 years in top level in the Primera Division. It was based in Limón, their home stadium Estadio Juán Gobán and nicknamed "Caribeños" (Caribbeans).

History[edit]

The football club was founded on 10 July 1961, and made its debut in the Primera División on 19 April 1964.[1] By 2009, playing on Segunda Division level, the team entered in a financial crisis and the shareholdes agreed to lease the team to local businessman Carlos Howden Pascal, renaming the team to Limón F.C..[2]

Honors[edit]

  • 1981 Primera Division Runner-up
  • 1997-98 Segunda Division Championship

List of Coaches[edit]

  • Spain Antonio Moyano Reina (1974–77), (1990)
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (????–31 Dec 09)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Coto, Gerardo (11 July 2011). "Cinco décadas caribeñas" [Five decades for Caribbeans] (in Spanish). UNAFUT. 
  2. ^ PrensaLibre News

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