Académicos de Atlas

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Académicos
Club Atlas de Guadalajara logo.svg
Full name Académicos de Atlas
Nickname(s) Los Zorros (The Foxes)
Los Rojinegros (The Red-blacks)
La Academia (The Academy)
Founded 2000
Ground CECAF,
Pénjamo, Guanajuato, Mexico
Ground Capacity 1,000
Owner Grupo Salinas
Chairman Gustavo Guzmán
Manager Guadalupe Ramos
League Segunda División
Clausura 2015 Quarterfinals

Académicos de Atlas is a reserve team of Atlas, in 2005-06 season known as Coyotes de Sonora.

History[edit]

In 2004–05 Segunda División de México season, Académicos won the opening and closing champion of group Liguilla de Ascenso and promoted to Ascenso MX.

The club was renamed to Coyotes and re-located to Hermosillo, Sonora, but remained as part of Atlas. After a season, the club changed the name back to Académicos.

In 2007-08 season the club was based in Tonalá, Jalisco and in 2008-09 season in Guadalajara. After the reconstruction of Primera División A, the team folded, but Atlas still had teams played from the 7th division to 2nd division.

Current Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
221 Mexico DF Carlos Elizalde
222 Mexico MF Misael Martín
223 Mexico DF Luis Colín
224 Mexico MF Diego Cholico
225 Mexico DF Oscar Gutiérrez
226 Mexico FW Gerardo Martínez
227 Mexico DF José Mata
228 Mexico DF Gaddi Aguirre
229 Mexico FW Luis Hernández
230 Mexico FW Emilio Rodríguez
231 Mexico MF Emiliano García
232 Mexico DF Ricardo Cabrera
233 Mexico GK Néstor Castro
234 Mexico GK Iván Calderón de la Barca
235 Mexico MF Emmanuel Arteaga
No. Position Player
236 Mexico MF Rubén Arzate
237 Mexico FW José Avalos
238 Mexico MF Rubén Duarte
239 Mexico DF Juan Garza
240 Mexico MF José Sánchez
243 Mexico MF Héctor Gómez
244 Mexico MF Diego González
245 Mexico MF Rubén Hernández
246 Mexico FW Bernardo Malacara
247 Mexico MF José Pérez
248 Mexico MF Ernesto Pinto
250 Mexico MF Luis Sarmiento
252 Mexico DF Fernando Ruíz
253 Mexico MF Anibal Muñoz

Honours[edit]

Apertura 2004, Clausura 2005
1997–98, Apertura 2001 [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Historia de la Tercera División de México" (PDF). Tercera División de México. Retrieved 2009-07-28. 

External links[edit]