Club Atlético Alvarado

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Alvarado
Escudo del Club Alvarado (Mar del Plata) - BSAS.svg
Full name Club Atlético Alvarado
Nickname(s) Mataderos, Torito, Alva
Founded 21 June 1928; 88 years ago (1928-06-21)
Ground Estadio José María Minella, Mar del Plata
Buenos Aires Province
Ground Capacity 35,354
Chairman Facundo Moyano
Manager Gustavo Noto
League Torneo Argentino B
2011-12 Promoted to Torneo Argentino A
Website [<span%20class="url">.clubalvarado.com.ar Club home page]

Club Atlético Alvarado is an Argentine football club from the city of Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province. The team currently plays in the Torneo Argentino A, the regionalised 3rd level of the Argentine football league system.

The club has played at the highest level of Argentine football on only one occasion, more specifically in the 1978 Campeonato Nacional, which coincided with the 50th anniversary of its foundation. Alvarado participated in Group D of that tournament, finishing 7th of 8 teams. The team's most notable results that year were two 1-1 draws with Quilmes, the 1978 Metropolitano champion, a 4-4 draw with Atlanta and a great 5-0 victory over San Lorenzo.

In May 1992 Alvarado reached the Torneo Argentino A finals, only to lose the chance of promotion to the Primera B Nacional to Arsenal de Sarandí. At the end of the 2008-09 season the club was relegated from Torneo Argentino B after losing its playoff games at the hands of Crucero del Norte. Alvarado returned to the Torneo Argentino A in June 2012, after defeating Deportivo Roca by penalties in the playoffs.[1]

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
Argentina GK Joaquín Pucheta
Argentina GK Ezequiel Rocca
Argentina GK Aldo Suárez
Argentina DF Mauro Castro
Argentina DF Nicolás Colaneri
Argentina DF Sebastián Corti
Mexico DF Ramiro Jorge
Argentina DF Manuel Madrid
Argentina DF Leandro Páez
Argentina DF Leonardo Villán
Argentina MF Facundo Alfonso
Argentina MF Alejandro Carrizo
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Emanuel González
Argentina MF Damián Luengo
Argentina MF Francisco Molina
Argentina MF Fernando Ponce
Argentina MF Ramiro Rodríguez Rendón
Argentina MF José Sardón
Argentina MF Laureano Tello
Argentina FW Fabián Castillo
Argentina FW Emanuel Pennisi
Argentina FW Leonardo Roda
Argentina FW Ricardo Sendra
Argentina FW Walter Silva

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