San Marcos de Arica

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San Marcos de Arica
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Full name Club Deportivo San Marcos de Arica
Nickname(s) CDA, Celeste ariqueña,
Bravos de Arica, Delfines Celestes
Founded February 14, 1978
Ground Estadio Carlos Dittborn,
Arica, Chile
Ground Capacity 14,373
Chairman Chile Carlos Ferry
Manager Chile Kenny Mamani (interim)
League Primera A
2013 Transición 17º (Relegated)

Club Deportivo San Marcos de Arica is a Chilean Football club, their home town is Arica in the Región of Arica y Parinacota, Chile. They ascended to Primera A on 2012 and 2014, the first tier of the Chilean football system.

The club were founded on February 14, 1978. Between 1978 and 2005 the club was called Deportes Arica. Their home games are played at the "Carlos Dittborn" stadium, which has a capacity of 14,373 seats.

Honours[edit]

1981, 2012, 2014
1982
1981
2007

Seasons[edit]

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Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of San Marcos de Arica as of 18 April 2012 (edit)
Sources:

No. Position Player
1  ARG GK Gastón Monzón
3  CHI DF Carlos Labrín
4  CHI DF Washington Torres
5  ARG DF Fernando Meza
6  CHI MF Daniel Briceño
7  CHI MF Pablo González
8  CHI MF Augusto Barrios
9  CHI FW Nicolás Medina
10  GUA MF Marco Ciani
11  CHI MF Kevin Harbottle
12  CHI GK Diego Tapia
14  CHI DF Claudio Jopia
15  CHI FW Jaime Grondona
No. Position Player
16  CHI MF Gabriel Sandoval
17  CHI MF Sebastián Rivera
18  CHI MF Renato González
20  CHI DF Diego Oyarzún
21  CHI MF Santiago Dittborn
22  VEN FW Emilio Rentería
23  CHI FW Christopher Singer
24  CHI MF Miguel Coronado
25  CHI GK Pedro Carrizo
26  CHI FW Óscar Salinas
27  ARG FW Leonardo Ramos
--  ARG MF Gustavo Oberman

Manager: Fernando Díaz

Managers[edit]

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