San Luis F.C.

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San Luis F.C.
San Luis F.C. logo.jpg
Full name San Luis Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Reales (Royals)
Gladiadores (Gladiators)
Tuneros
Founded September 23, 1957
Dissolved May 28, 2013
Ground Estadio Alfonso Lastras
San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
Ground Capacity 28,000

San Luis Fútbol Club, known more commonly as San Luis or San Luis Potosí, was a Mexican professional football club from the city of San Luis Potosí, Mexico. The club was founded in 1957, when they were known as Santos (saints). The team's nickname of Tuneros, a reference to the tuna fruit, was later changed to Gladiadores. The nickname for the team was then changed to Reales.[1] The nickname Tribu Real is a reference to the fact that the team was once named Real San Luis. Another nickname recently given to the team is the name of El Equipo del Milagro (The Miracle team) because of the last-minute "miracle" to stay in the highest division. San Luis play their home games at Alfonso Lastras Ramirez Stadium. On May 28, 2013 it was confirmed the team would move to Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico and be renamed Chiapas Fútbol Club.[2]

Historic Badges[edit]

Honours[edit]

National[edit]

Verano 2002, Apertura 2004
1970-71, 1975-76
1969-70

Club Records[edit]

  • Seasons in 1st: 26
  • Seasons in 2nd: 4
  • Most Goals in Favor: 6-3 vs UNAM (27-Oct-2002)
  • Most Goals Against: 1-6 vs América (31-Oct-1971)
  • Best Position in Table: 1º (Apertura 2008)
  • Worst Position in Table: 19º
  • Best Scorer: Argentina Mexico Oscar Ariel González Mezzenasco (51 Goals)
  • GK with less goals against: Mexico Adrian Martinez
  • Most Games Played: Mexico Adrian Martinez (160 Games)

Top goalscorers[edit]

San Luis Fútbol Club
Rank Player Goals
1 Argentina Ariel González 51 Goals
2 Argentina Alfredo Moreno 40 Goals
3 Brazil Marcelo 27 Goals
4 Mexico Braulio Luna 20 Goals
5 Mexico Angel Lemus 16 Goals
6 Colombia Tressor Moreno 16 Goals
7 Peru Wilmer Aguirre 13 Goals
8 Mexico Israel Martínez 13 Goals
9 Uruguay Víctor Piríz 12 Goals
10 Mexico Ángel Reyna 10 Goals
  • Players in bold are currently active with San luis.
  • Players in italic are still active but are not currently with San Luis.

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