Mineros de Guayana
|Full name||Asociación Civil Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana|
|Nickname(s)||Los Negriazules, La Pandilla del Sur|
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
|Chairman||Yauodat Chalich Boueri|
|Manager||Juan Domingo Tolisano|
|League||Primera División Venezolana|
The Colegio Loyola Gumilla's field, located in Puerto Ordaz, was used in football matches. The people who played at the field decided to found a football club. On November 11, 1981, the club was founded as Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana.
On November 20, 1981, the club's foundation constitutive act was signed.
On January 3, 1982, the club played its first match, against Villa Colombia FC, a Guayana's amateur club. Mineros won 2-0, both goals scored by José Pacheco.
In 1989, the club won the first Primera División Venezolana.
- Amateur Era (0):
- Professional Era (1): 1989
- 1984, 2011
Performance in CONMEBOL competitions
- Copa Libertadores: 4 appearances
- 1990: Group Stage
- 1997: Group Stage
- 2005: Preliminary Round
- 2008: First Stage
- Copa Sudamericana: 4 appearances
- 2005: Preliminary Round
- 2006: Preliminary Round
- 2012: Second Stage
- Recopa Sudamericana: 0 appearances
- Copa CONMEBOL: 1 appearance
- 1995: Quarter-Finals
The club's colors are blue and black.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Mario Kempes (Feb 10, 1997–Feb 23, 1998)
- Armando Londoño
- César Maturana
- César Farías (Oct 2005–07)
- Álvaro Gómez (June 15, 2007–Dec 24, 2007)
- Stalin Rivas (Dec 27, 2007–April 14, 2008)
- Alí Cañas (March 17, 2008–Sept 23, 2008)
- Del Valle Rojas (Sept 24, 2008–March 6, 2009)
- José Hernández (March 12, 2009–March 1, 2010)
- Carlos Maldonado (July 4, 2010–Nov 20, 2012)
- Richard Páez (Nov 28, 2012–Jan 18, 2014)
The club's logo is composed of a geometrical figure, which is a carbon diamond crystal zoomed millions of times with a microscope.
Mineros plays their home matches at CTE Cachamay, which has a maximum capacity of 41,600 people.  It was 1 of the 9 venues of the Copa America 2007, for this, US$160,000 were invested for the expansion of the stadium. The stadium has multiple uses, like a special kids area, an indoor gym, basketball and volleyball courts, a racing track, ten media station booths, a commercial center, movie theaters and three enormous parking lots. The stadium is surrounded by the river Caroní and the waterfall of the Cachamay Park.
- Much of the content of this article comes from the equivalent Portuguese-language Wikipedia article and from the equivalent French-language Wikipedia article (retrieved February 19, 2006).
- (Spanish) Official website