Atlético Veragüense

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Atlético Veragüense
Atlético Veragüense's Badge
Full name Club Atlético Veragüense
Nickname(s) El submarino amarillo
Los indios
Hijos de Urracá
Founded 1996
Ground Estadio Aristocles Castillo
Santiago de Veraguas, Panama
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Adam Rios
Manager Eduardo Flores
League Liga Panameña de Fútbol
2010 (C) 10th

Atlético Veragüense is a Panamanian football team playing in the Liga Nacional de Ascenso. It is based in Santiago de Veraguas in Veraguas province. Its home stadium is Estadio Aristocles Castillo. The team was previously known as La Primavera.

History[edit]

La Primavera[edit]

In 2002, La Primavera beat Expreso Bocas (from the Bocas del Toro Province) 2–1 to earn promotion to the Liga Panameña de Fútbol.[1]

Atlético Veragüense[edit]

Atlético Veragüense's badge used until 2014

In 2003, the team was renamed Atlético Veragüense.

In April 2011, Atlético was relegated to the second division.[2]


Notable Players[edit]

Honours[edit]

2002

Historical list of coaches[edit]

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