Deportivo Toluca F.C. Reserves and Academy

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Toluca Reserves and Academy
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Full nameDeportivo Toluca F.C. Reserves and Academy
Nickname(s)Los Diablos Rojos (The Red Devils)
Los Choriceros (The Sausagers)
Los Escarlatas (The Scarlets)
Founded12 February 1917; 102 years ago (1917-02-12)
GroundInstalaciones de Metepec
Metepec, Mexico, Mexico
OwnerValentín Díez Morodo
ChairmanFrancisco Suinaga
ManagerJosé Manuel Cruzalta (U-20)
Ángel Contreras (U-17)
Miguel Almazán (U-15)
LeagueLiga MX

Deportivo Toluca F.C. Reserves and Academy are the current reserves and academy systems including the Toluca Premier team and the Atlético Mexiquense U20 and U17 sides that act to develop young footballers on behalf of Deportivo Toluca F.C. Atlético Mexiquense was founded in 1997 and acted as a farm team for Toluca and played in the Primera División A until 2009 when a large restructuring took place that dissolved the team as well as many other first division farm teams to their current state.


Atlético Mexiquense[edit]

Atlético Mexiquense Logo, 1997–2009

Atlético Mexiquense was founded during the "Invierno 97" season, when the team Deportivo Toluca F.C. decided to purchase the team "Toltécas" from Atlético Hidalgo, (which were created in the "Invierno 96" season as part of the expansion of the Primera División A). The team was bought and were brought to play in Toluca under the name of Atlético Mexiquense. By this, they became affiliated to Deportivo Toluca F.C., who plays in Primera División de Mexico.

The objective of Atlético Mexiquense is to form players that can incorporate themselves from short or medium time to Deportivo Toluca F.C., and to make sure they understand how the Mexican League works.

Atlético Mexiquense, in their short history, has had moments of glory, such as in their first season, (Invierno 97), where they finished as number 1 in the standings, with a total of 47 points. They were led by manager Marco Trejo León. Also, in the Clausura 2004 season, Atlético Mexiquense finished 2nd place in the standings and played for the first time in the Primera A Championship in their history against San Luis F.C., (who won and eventually ascended to the Primera División).

The team does not have a special nickname, although some call them the "Diablitos" (Little Devils), "pingos", and "demonios" (Demons).

Atlético Mexiquense for the 2009–2010 season did not complete in the new Liga de Ascenso since according to the FEMEXFUT did not meet the requirements to continue taking their place, and was relegated to the Second Division, also as part of this division also cuts out Socio Águila, Monterrey, Chihuahua Indians, Santos Laguna, Tigres "B" Jaguares de Tapachula, Tampico Madero, Academic Atlas, Tecos UAG and Mérida "B" (newly promoted).


In the restructuring that occurred in Deportivo Toluca, Atlético Mexiquense became the subsidiary team of Toluca and the official U17 and U20 teams are named Atlético Mexiquense U17 and U20.

For the start of the Apertura 2015 season, The Segunda División de México was expanded to include 1 affiliate club for every team currently in the Liga MX. Each team will be named after the first division affiliate followed by "Premier". Toluca Premier will consist mainly of players moving up from the U20 team or young players who have been promoted but are finding minutes in the top flight hard to come by.[1]


Atlético Mexiquense began at Estadio Nemesio Díez (La Bombonera) in the city Toluca, alternating with their parent team.

Starting in the Apertura 2005 season, Atlético Mexiquense moved Ixtapan 90 Stadium, founded in the district of Ixtapan de la Sal, which counts with a capacity for 2,500 fans.

The team moved back to "La Bombonera" for the Apertura 2008–09 season.[2]

From the start of the Apertura 2015 season in Mexican football, Atlético Mexiquense U20 plays home games at Estadio Nemesio Díez, while Toluca Premier and Atlético Mexiquense U17 play home games at Estadio Instalaciones Metepec in the city of Metepec which has a capacity of 1,000 spectators.[3]


Current U20 roster[edit]

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

No. Position Player
281 Mexico GK Miguel Barba
282 Mexico DF Brandon Sartiaguin
283 Mexico DF Jorge Castro
284 Mexico DF Víctor Mejía
285 Mexico DF Diego Valencia
286 Mexico MF Julio López
287 Mexico MF Víctor Jaramillo
288 Mexico MF Francisco Delgado
289 Mexico FW Diego Abella
290 Mexico FW Giovanny León
291 Mexico DF Adolfo Athié
292 Mexico DF Marco Gutiérrez
No. Position Player
293 Mexico DF Suker Estrada
294 Mexico DF Luis Alonso
295 Mexico MF Kevin Castañeda
297 Mexico FW Christopher Engelhart
298 Mexico MF David Rangel
299 Mexico MF Marco Nápoles
306 Mexico MF Iván Acero
307 Mexico MF Sabas Camarillo
308 Mexico MF Christian Jaramillo
310 Mexico MF Keops García
330 Mexico GK Braulio de la Cruz

Current U17 roster[edit]

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

No. Position Player
331 Mexico GK Ronaldo Beltrán
332 Mexico DF Emilio Ascencio
333 Mexico DF Omar Medina
334 Mexico DF Juan Bernal
335 Mexico DF Jorge Rodríguez
336 Mexico MF Juan Ramírez
337 Mexico FW Juan Gamboa
338 Mexico MF Kevin Gutiérrez
339 Mexico FW Héctor Pardo
340 Mexico MF Enrique Segura
341 Mexico FW Diego Sánchez
343 Mexico DF Diego Gutiérrez
No. Position Player
344 Mexico DF Kevin Zepeda
345 Mexico MF Jorge Márquez
346 Mexico MF Salvador Cruz
347 Mexico FW Miguel Pérez
348 Mexico MF Víctor Núñez
349 Mexico FW Axel Jaramillo
350 Mexico MF Cuauhtémoc Montes de Oca
352 Mexico GK Juan Gómez
356 Mexico FW Josué Gacía
357 Mexico FW Oscar Millán
359 Mexico FW Fernando Sánchez

Current U15 roster[edit]

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

No. Position Player
381 Mexico GK Daniel Loza
382 Mexico DF Mario Becerra
383 Mexico DF Aldair Ángeles
384 Mexico DF Nicolás Estrada
385 Mexico DF Abraham Villegas
386 Mexico MF Luis Manjarréz
387 Mexico MF Héctor Navarrete
388 Mexico MF Edu Mercado
389 Mexico FW Axel Morales
390 Mexico FW Braulio Luna
391 Mexico FW José Arce
392 Mexico GK Ronaldo Beltrán
393 Mexico DF Kevin Zepeda
394 Mexico DF Jorge Ruvalcaba
395 Mexico DF Ernesto Aguayo
396 Mexico MF Luis Malvaez
No. Position Player
397 Mexico MF Alberto Gutiérrez
398 Mexico MF Leonardo Garduño
399 Mexico FW Ricardo Ferrero
400 Mexico FW Josué García
401 Mexico FW Darío Martínez
402 Mexico DF Ulises Gómez
403 Mexico DF Gibran Villalobos
404 Mexico FW Jacobo Zúñiga
405 Mexico DF Fernando Sánchez
406 Mexico DF Jorge Pacheco
407 Mexico DF Luis Zavala
408 Mexico DF Salvador Cruz
409 Mexico FW Víctor Amaya
412 Mexico MF Angel Cedeño
415 Mexico MF Horacio García
416 Mexico MF Oscar Altamirano


  1. ^ "Segunda División Premier: Toluca Premier" (in Spanish). Vavel. 13 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Atlético Mexiquense regresará al Nemesio Diez" (in Spanish). Medio Tiempo. 11 June 2008.
  3. ^ "Estadio Instalaciones Metepec" (in Spanish).

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