Alebrijes de Oaxaca

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Alebrijes de Oaxaca
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Full nameAlebrijes de Oaxaca Fútbol Club
Nickname(s)Los Alebrijes (The Alebrijes)
FoundedDecember 10, 2012; 6 years ago (2012-12-10)
GroundEstadio Tecnológico de Oaxaca
Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico
Capacity14,598 [1]
OwnerGrupo Tecamachalco
ChairmanSantiago San Román
ManagerRicardo Rayas
LeagueAscenso MX
Apertura 20186th (Quarter-finals)
WebsiteClub website

Alebrijes de Oaxaca Fútbol Club is a Mexican football team based in the city of Oaxaca, located in the state of Oaxaca. They play in the second tier of Mexican football league, Ascenso MX. The team was created when the Tecamachalco franchise won the Segunda División title and earned the promotion to the Ascenso MX. Due to poor infrastructure they were unable to participate, which led to the formation of the new Oaxaca franchise.

History[edit]

In the team's search for a new venue, the owners of the Tecamachalco franchise received support from the Oaxacan state government. They also received support from a group of businessmen led by Carlos Ojeda of Laredo, who wanted to bring professional football back to the state of Oaxaca.

On December 10, 2012, the president of the Liga MX, Ascenso MX and Decio de María made the official announcement at the state capital building of the start of a new football club.[2][3] The name of the club was changed to "Alebrijes" following a vote by the public. The new name refers to the colorful folk sculptures made in the state.

On July 20, 2013, they played their first Ascenso MX game, drawing 2–2 with Atlético San Luis. On April 9, 2014, Alebrijes lost the Clausura 2014 Copa MX finals against Tigres UANL by 3–0 at the Estadio Universitario.

On December 2, 2017, Oaxaca defeated FC Juárez on penalties to win the Apertura 2017 Ascenso MX tournament.[4]

Stadium[edit]

Alebrijes de Oaxaca play their home matches at the Estadio Tecnológico de Oaxaca in Oaxaca City, Oaxaca. The stadium capacity is 14,950 people. Its surface is covered by natural grass.

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

As of 9 December 2018

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

No. Position Player
1 Mexico GK Carlos Velázquez (on loan from Zacatecas)
2 Mexico DF Daniel Cervantes (on loan from Necaxa)
3 Argentina DF Facundo Cardozo
4 Mexico DF Luis Venegas (on loan from Puebla)
5 Mexico DF Richard Okunorobo (on loan from BUAP)
6 Mexico MF Michel García (on loan from Necaxa)
7 Mexico MF Sergio Nápoles (on loan from Guadalajara)
8 Mexico MF Renato Román (on loan from Toluca)
9 Argentina FW Luciano Nequecaur
10 Mexico FW Alfonso Sánchez (on loan from América)
11 Mexico FW Jerónimo Amione (on loan from Puebla)
12 United States FW Jonathan Esparza (on loan from Tijuana)
13 Mexico DF Édgar Alaffita (on loan from Necaxa)
14 Mexico DF Luis Padilla (on loan from Necaxa)
15 Mexico MF Diego Martínez
No. Position Player
17 Mexico MF Fernando Vázquez (on loan from Atlas)
18 Mexico MF Jesús González
19 Mexico MF Flavio Santos (on loan from Atlas)
21 Mexico MF Taufic Guarch (on loan from Zacatecas)
23 Mexico GK Héctor Lomelí (on loan from Atlas)
24 Mexico FW Sergio Rodríguez (on loan from Atlas)
25 Mexico MF José Tehuitzil (on loan from BUAP)
26 Brazil DF Marquinhos (on loan from UAEM)
27 Mexico FW Vladimir Moragrega (on loan from Tijuana)
28 Mexico FW Ángel López (on loan from Monterrey)
29 Mexico MF Carlos Rosel (on loan from América)
30 Mexico GK Luis Isaác Robles
31 Mexico GK Alejandro Arana (on loan from Zacatepec)
32 Mexico DF Jorge Sánchez
33 Mexico DF Carlos Gutiérrez (on loan from Puebla)

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Mexico GK Edson Jiménez (at Inter Playa)
Mexico GK Gerson Marín (at Zacatepec)
Mexico GK Alejandro Vences (at UAEM)
Mexico DF Armando Escobar (at Atlante)
Mexico MF Jorge Bautista (at Sporting Canamy)
No. Position Player
Mexico MF Adrián Muro (at La Piedad)
Mexico MF Ernesto Vázquez (at UAEM)
Mexico FW Jesús Moreno (at UAT)
Mexico FW Édgar Quintana (at Sporting Canamy)

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Winners (1): Apertura 2017
Runners-Up (1): Clausura 2014

Goal Scoring Champions

Year Player Goals Tournament
Apertura 2013 Spain Gustavo Adrían Ramírez 11 Ascenso MX
Apertura 2017 Spain Luis Madrigal 12 Ascenso MX

Notable players[edit]