List of football clubs in Peru

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This is a non-exhaustive list of football clubs in Peru with the current 16 first division teams, and those of the following 2 divisions. The Second Division has 12 teams, and the Copa Perú has variable number of teams from the rest of the country.

By league and division[edit]

Primera División[edit]

Club City Stadium Capacity[1]
Alianza Atlético Sullana Miguel Grau (Piura) 25,000
Alianza Lima Lima Alejandro Villanueva 35,000
Cienciano Cusco Garcilaso 40,000
Inti Gas Ayacucho Ciudad de Cumaná 15,000
Juan Aurich Chiclayo Elías Aguirre 24,500
León de Huánuco Huánuco Heraclio Tapia 15,000
Melgar Arequipa Virgen de Chapi 40,217
Municipal Lima Iván Elías Moreno 10,000
Real Garcilaso Cusco Garcilaso 40,000
Sport Huancayo Huancayo Estadio Huancayo 20,000
Sporting Cristal Lima Alberto Gallardo 18,000
Unión Comercio Nueva Cajamarca IPD de Moyobamba 5,000
Universidad César Vallejo Trujillo Mansiche 25,000
Universidad San Martín Lima Alberto Gallardo 18,000
Universidad Técnica de Cajamarca Cajamarca Héroes de San Ramón 18,000
Universitario Lima Monumental 80,093

Segunda División[edit]

Club City Stadium[2] Capacity[3]
Alfonso Ugarte Puno Enrique Torres Belón 20,000
Alianza Universidad Huánuco Heraclio Tapia 15,000
Carlos A. Mannucci Trujillo Mansiche 25,000
Coopsol Chancay Rómulo Shaw Cisneros 13,000
Defensor San Alejandro Aguaytía Aliardo Soria Pérez 15,000
José Gálvez Chimbote Manuel Rivera Sánchez 25,000
Los Caimanes Puerto Etén Elias Aguirre 24,500
Minero Matucana Municipal de Matucana 5,000
Pacífico Lima Miguel Grau 17,000
Sport Boys Callao Miguel Grau 15,000
Sport Victoria Ica José Picasso Peratta 8,000
Torino Talara Campeonísimo 8,000
Unión Huaral Huaral Julio Lores Colan 10,000
Walter Ormeño Cañete Oscar Ramos Cabieses 8,000
Willy Serrato Chiclayo Elías Aguirre 24,500

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lades, Gunther. "Peru". website. fussballtempel.net. Archived from the original on 25 February 2008. Retrieved February 2, 2008. 
  2. ^ Most stadiums are owned by the Instituto Peruano del Deporte (IPD).
  3. ^ "Peru". fussballtempel.net. Archived from the original on 25 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-02.