Unión San Felipe

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Unión San Felipe
Full name Club de Deportes Unión San Felipe
Nickname(s) Uni-Uni, Aconcagüinos
Founded October 16, 1956
Ground Estadio Municipal de San Felipe
Ground Capacity 12,000[1]
Chairman Raúl Delgado
Manager Nelson Soto
League Primera B
2012 18th, Torneo de Apertura

Unión San Felipe is a Chilean Football club, their hometown is San Felipe in the V Región of Valparaíso. They are playing in the second level of the Chilean football league, the Primera B. They were the Copa Chile champions, and played the 2010 Copa Sudamericana.

The club was founded on October 16, 1956 with the merger of Internacional and Tarcisio.

The club is the only team in Chile ever to win the second level and then the first level in consecutive seasons (1970 and 1971).[2]


1970, 2000, 2009
  • Primera B Apertura: 2009

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

Best: First Round in 1972
1972: First Round
Best: Round of 16 in 2010
2010: Round of 16

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Unión San Felipe as of 17 July 2014 (edit)

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Javier González
2  CHI DF Humberto Bustamante
3  CHI DF Juan Muñoz
4  ARG DF Jorge Sotomayor
5  CHI DF Juan Pablo Andrade
6  CHI MF Jorge Acuña
7  CHI FW Matías Campos López
8  URU MF Gastón Sirino
9  ARG FW Diego Sevillano
10  ARG MF Miguel Ángel González
11  CHI MF Fernando Espinoza
12  CHI GK Claudio González
13  CHI DF José Cantillana
No. Position Player
14  CHI DF Félix Cortés
15  CHI DF Manuel Bravo
16  CHI DF Juan Pablo Estay
18  CHI MF Jaime Droguett
19  ARG FW Gustavo Lanaro
20  CHI FW Juan Jeraldino
21  CHI FW Jorge Orellana
23  CHI FW John Agüero
24  CHI MF Francisco Gaete
25  CHI MF Gonzalo Álvarez
28  ARG MF Jonathan Guerazar
30  CHI GK Jonathan Herrera

Manager: Gustavo Cisneros


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