Municipal Liberia

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Municipal Liberia
Municipal Liberia logo.jpg
Full name A.D. Municipal Liberia
Founded 7 june 1977
Ground Estadio Edgardo Baltodano Briceño
Liberia, Costa Rica
Ground Capacity 6,500
Chairman Mario Sotela
Manager Hernan Medford
League Primera División de Costa Rica
Invierno 2009 7th (of 12 teams)

A.D. Municipal Liberia is a Costa Rican football team playing at the top level in the Primera Division. The team its based in Liberia, Guanacaste. Their home stadium is Estadio Edgardo Baltodano Briceño. The team was bought largely by tycoon Mario Sotela (linked to the Sotela-Montagne family), at the beginning of this year. The team is now being called "Liberia Mia" (My Liberia), because the co-owner Mario Sotela has a project that is also located in Liberia that is called "Africa Mia" (it is a special zoo based only on African animals and species). Nevertheless in 2010 the owner of Liberia Mía decided change his name to "Águilas Guanacastecas" (Guanacastecan Eagles). A new stadium was announced, its building will start by the end of 2007 or the beginning of 2008, it is expected to be within "Africa Mia" or nearby.

In July 2010, Liberia Mia moved to the Segunda División de Costa Rica after trading franchise rights with Asociación Deportiva Barrio México. The move was regarded by some as controversial

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 Costa Rica GK Álvaro Mesén
2 Costa Rica DF Esteban Sirias
3 Costa Rica DF Pablo Salazar
4 Costa Rica DF Junior Ramirez
5 Costa Rica MF Freddy Fernández
6 Costa Rica FW Víctor Núñez
8 Costa Rica MF Leonardo Jiménez
9 Costa Rica FW Minor Diaz
10 Costa Rica FW William Sunsing
12 Costa Rica DF Christian Gamboa
14 Costa Rica MF Wálter Chévez
15 Costa Rica DF Harold Wallace
No. Position Player
16 Costa Rica DF Jhanny Flores
17 Costa Rica MF Francisco Flores
18 Costa Rica GK Harry Ocampo
20 Costa Rica DF Michael Umaña
21 Costa Rica FW Alejandro Alpizar
25 Costa Rica MF Andrey Gonzalez
26 Costa Rica MF Jonathan Jimenez
27 Costa Rica MF Willy Eras
28 Costa Rica FW Javier Bennett
29 Costa Rica MF Tirso Guio
30 Costa Rica MF Allen Guevara



Costa Rican Championship

  • Winners (1): Verano 2009.

Segunda División de Costa Rica

  • Winners (1): 2000-2001.

Costa Rican Third Division

  • Winners (1): 1985