Tauro Fútbol Club is a professional football club located in Panama City, Panama that plays in Liga Panameña de Fútbol, the top Panamanian football league. Tauro has won seven Liga Profesional de Fútbol Championships since 1988, the highest total of any team. The club has also finished second seven times. The team's colours are black and white because it is said that its founder, Giancarlo Gronchi, was a fan of Italian football team Juventus and wanted to have a similar uniform as the Italian side.
Tauro and Plaza Amador have been continuous rivals since ANAPROF started in 1988. They're both from Panama City itself, but do not play in the same stadium. The rivalry is referred to as "El Clásico" in Panama.
History [ edit ]
The team was founded by Italian industrialist,
Prior to the creation of
ANAPROF in 1988, Tauro participated in the ADECOPA and in the Liga Distritorial de Chepo ( Chepo League). This was the league for teams in the eastern portion of the Panamá Province. Tauro was also one of the founding teams of ANAPROF in 1987.
Current squad [ edit ]
First team squad for Apertura 2014, as of August 8, 2014 [1 ]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Personnel [ edit ]
Board of directors [ edit ]
Vice-president Moises Zebede
Treasurer Alejandro Pino
Fiscal Luis Moreno
Management [ edit ]
Jorge Dely Valdés
Jose A. Poyatos
Physical Trainer Julio Toral
Eduviges de la Flor
1989, 1991, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1999–2000, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2003, Clausura 2006, Apertura 2007, Apertura 2010, Clausura 2012, Apertura 2013. Runner-up (8):
1990, 1994–95, 1998–99, 2000–01, Clausura 2002, 2008 (A), 2008 (C), Apertura 2009.
List of coaches [ edit ]
Miguel Mansilla (1989–1999, 2007-2008)
José Andrade (1994)
José Alfredo Poyatos (2000)
Thomas Kempe (2006)
Rubén Guevara (2006)
Gonzalo Soto (2008–10)
Juan Carlos Cubilla (2010– Nov 2011)
Sergio Angulo (Dec 2011-April 2012)
Gonzalo Soto (May 2012- Nov 2012)
Rolando El Ñato Palma (Dec 2012-Aug 2014)
Jorge Dely Valdés (Aug 2014-Current)
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]