Lota Schwager

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Lota Schwager
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Full name Club de Deportes Lota Schwager
Nickname(s) Lamparita (The little lamp)
Mineros (Mineers)
Carboneros (Coal mineers)
Founded 10 May 1966
Ground Estadio Federico Schwager,
Coronel, Chile
Ground Capacity 5,700
Chairman Jaime Valdés
Manager Marcelo Miranda
League Primera B
2012 13th

Lota Schwager is a Chilean professional team based in Coronel that currently play in Primera B (second-tier).

History[edit]

Following the merger between Federico Schwager and Minas Lota (teams that competed in Campeonato Regional de Concepción representing Lota and Schwager companies), the club was established on 10 May 1966 under the name of "Lota Schwager", making reference to both companies latest mentioned. Having their debut–season the same year (where they finished ninth, after a poor campaign), "The Little Lamp" under the coach Isaac Carrasco achieved its first promotion to top-division in 1969, where Coronel-based team remained until 1980.

After they won their second Primera B title in 1986, Lota returned to first-tier thanks to manager Juan Carlos Gangas' job, but they only stayed at Primera División one season, after of defeat the Promotion Play-offs against O'Higgins and Regional Atacama. Following Coronel mining-crisis of 1994, the club disappeared during seven years, starting out again in 2001 for play as an amateur team in Tercera División, winning that in they first attempt to reach it.

In 2006, after a good campaign in second-tier (where even so were four managers who coached Lota: Leonardo Vinés, Humberto López, Márcio da Silva and Jaime Nova), finishing third in the table behind the champion Deportes Melipilla and runner-up Ñublense, the team played the Promotion Play-offs against Talca-based club Rangers, which won at their home stadium Federico Schwager on the penalties thanks to Cristián Limenza's performances in the goal saving penalties.[1]

Honours[edit]

1969, 1986
2001

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 Emmanuel Vargas
2 Chile DF Fidel Cordova
3 Chile DF Leonardo Ruiz
4 Argentina MF Mariano Celasco
5 Chile DF Alejandro Figueroa
6 Chile DF Juan Sepúlveda
7 Chile MF Jaime Barrientos
9 Paraguay FW Fabian Ovejero
10 Argentina MF Jonathan Artura
11 Chile FW Carlos Soza
12 Chile GK Daniel Castillo
13 Chile DF Michael López
14 Chile MF Sergio Nuñez
16 Chile MF Felipe Lucares
No. Position Player
17 Paraguay MF Luis Fernandez
18 Chile MF Mirko Serrano
19 Chile MF Sebastián Seida
20 Argentina MF Matías Banco
21 Chile DF Alexis Burgos
23 Chile DF Cristián Gómez
24 Chile DF Amed Pinto
25 Chile MF Eduardo Leal
26 Paraguay FW Braulio Brizuela
27 Chile MF Sebastián Hurtado
28 Chile FW José Isla
29 Chile GK Luis Abarzua
-- Chile DF Jayson Mena
-- Chile MF Jordan Durán

Managers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chile 2006". Rsssf.com. 2007-02-21. Retrieved 2013-10-12. 

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