Sud América

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Sud América
Escudo Institución Atlética Sud América.png
Full name Institución Atlética Sud América
Nickname(s) Buzones (postboxes), Naranjitas (oranges)
Founded February 15, 1914
Ground Carlos Angel Fossa
Montevideo, Uruguay
Ground Capacity 6000
Chairman José Vicente
Manager Argentina Jorge Vivaldo
League Uruguayan Primera División
2012–13 1st (promoted from Segunda División)

Institución Atlética Sud América, usually known as Sud América or IASA is a football club from San José de Mayo in Uruguay. They currently play in the Uruguayan 1st Division after winning the second level in mid 2013.

Kit Evolution[edit]


Sud América has won the Uruguayan 2nd Division on 7 occasions, this is a national record they share with Fénix. It was a hard-to-beat team back in the days and it was very economically stable.

After the relegation to 2nd Division in 1996, Sud América competed consecutively without success for 16 seasons, becoming the most popular team of the division. In the 2013 season (17th consecutive season in second) the club achieved the promotion to the Elite Division complying with its objectives wanting to return such division as a celebration of its centenary.


1951, 1954, 1957, 1963, 1975, 1994, 2013

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1995: Second Round
1995 Copa CONMEBOL

Sud América eliminated via penalties (4-3) due to draw on points 3–3.

Current Squad[edit]

As of 15 May 2014. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Uruguay GK Javier Irazún
2 Uruguay DF Santiago Carrera
3 Uruguay DF Edgar Martínez
4 Uruguay DF Diego Viotti
5 Uruguay MF Ángelo Paleso
6 Uruguay DF Antonio Fernández
7 Uruguay MF Angel Luna
8 Uruguay MF Matías Zunino (on loan from Danubio)
9 Uruguay FW Nicolás Royón (on loan from Liverpool Montevideo)
10 Uruguay MF Federico Gallego
11 Argentina MF Emanuel Centurión
No. Position Player
14 Uruguay FW Gonzalo Malán
16 Argentina FW Santiago Biglieri
17 Argentina MF Fernando Pascual
18 Uruguay MF Fabián Yantorno
22 Uruguay MF Richard Pellejero
23 Uruguay DF Adrián Argachá
24 Uruguay DF Maximiliano Pereiro
91 Uruguay GK Matías Quintana
Uruguay FW Maico Carneiro
Uruguay FW Danny González


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