ART Municipal Jalapa

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ART Municipal Jalapa
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Full nameART Municipal Jalapa
Founded2011
GroundEstadio Alejandro Ramos
Jalapa, Nicaragua
Capacity1,000
ChairmanJorge Galeano
ManagerLeónidas Rodríguez
LeaguePrimera División, Nicaragua
2015 Apertura8th

ART Municipal Jalapa is a Nicaraguan football team playing at the top level. It is based in Jalapa.

They currently play in the Primera División, playing their home matches at the 1,000 Estadio Alejandro Ramos.

History[edit]

After the demise of Deportivo Jalapa in 2007,[1] a new club was formed in 2011 naming themselves Municipal Jalapa ART. The club won both the 2012 Apertura and 2013 Clausura title to earn promotion to the first division[2] for the first time in their history and the first time a team from Jalapa appeared in the Primera division in six years.

In their very first season, despite only having one foreign player in Honduran Luis Maradiaga, the club was able to finish in fifth place just missing the semi final spot by 2 points.

Achievements[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Fredman Castillo  Nicaragua
4 Defender Salvador Garcia  Nicaragua
7 Midfielder Jose Luis Rodríguez  Colombia
9 Forward Andres Garzon  Colombia
12 Defender Luis Alexander Reyes  Nicaragua
15 Midfielder Milton Zeledon  Nicaragua
18 Midfielder Marlon Mendina  Nicaragua
20 Defender Rigobero Fuentes  Nicaragua
24 Midfielder Norman Solón  Nicaragua
33 Defender Mario Borja  Honduras
39 Midfielder Arlis Andino  Honduras
43 Forward Emilio Molina  Nicaragua
Goalkeeper Justo Palmo  Nicaragua
Defender Geovany Martinez  Nicaragua
Defender Bernabé Aguirre  Nicaragua
Defender Bladimir Jiménez  Nicaragua
Midfielder Erlyn Fernando Ruiz  Honduras
Midfielder Lesly Caldera  Nicaragua
Midfielder Camilo Quiñones  Colombia
Forward Eduardo Bothel  Nicaragua
Forward Yasser Martínez  Nicaragua
Forward Randal Espinales  Nicaragua
Forward Alexander Martínez  Nicaragua

Squad Changes 2015 Apertura[edit]

In:

  • Colombia Andres Garzon – Transferred from
  • Colombia Camilo Quiñones – Transferred from
  • Colombia José Luis Rodríguez – Transferred from
  • Nicaragua TBD – Transferred from
  • Nicaragua Milton Aguirre – Transferred from Ligas de Jalapa
  • Nicaragua Bladimir Jimenez – Transferred from Chinandega FC
  • Nicaragua Norman Solon – Transferred from Chinandega FC

Out:

  • Honduras Luis Alberto Maradiaga – Transferred to
  • Honduras Juan José Tablada – Transferred to Juventus Managua
  • Nicaragua Oscar Barahona – Transferred to
  • Nicaragua Luis Manuel Galeano – Transferred to Real Esteli
  • Nicaragua Bismarck Hernández – Transferred to
  • Nicaragua Douglas López – Transferred to
  • Nicaragua Víctor Mairena Galeano  – Transferred to
  • Nicaragua Paulo Mejía  – Transferred to
  • Nicaragua Adrián Zeledón – Transferred to

Personnel[edit]

Current technical staff[edit]

Position
Head coach Nicaragua Leonidas Rodríguez
Assistant coach Nicaragua Alí Castellanos

List of Managers[edit]

  • Nicaragua Leonidas Rodríguez (2012 – Dec 2014)
  • Nicaragua Tyrone Acevedo (Jan 2015–)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Talento local – La Prensa (in Dutch)
  2. ^ Nicaragua 2012/13 Archived January 30, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. – RSSSF

External links[edit]