|Full name||Club Atlético Progreso|
|Nickname(s)||Gauchos del Pantanoso
Gauchos, Los de La Teja
|Founded||30 April 1917|
|Ground||Parque Abraham Paladino
|League||Uruguayan Segunda División|
Club Atlético Progreso, also known simply as Progreso, is a football club based in Montevideo, Uruguay. Progreso currently plays in the nation's Segunda División. The team's red and yellow striped kit emulates the Catalan flag. Progreso's Parque Abraham Paladino stadium is capable of holding 8,000 spectators.
The club was founded on April 30, 1917. In 1989, Progreso won the Uruguayan Primera División, the only championship in the history of the Uruguayan league to use a single round-robin format (13 games). This format was due to a calendar conflict with some national and international cups that year. Progreso's president at that time was Dr. Tabaré Vázquez, who was later the president of Uruguay from 2005 to 2010.
Progreso's first team kit in 1917 was white with black stripes. The kit expressed the team's affinity with the anarchist movement. The colors were later changed to red and yellow, the colors of Catalonia, which was known for its identification with the Spanish Revolution.
- Professional Era (1): 1989
- Torneo Competencia: 1
- 1942, 1979, 2006
- 1938, 1939, 1956, 1963, 1975, 1978
Performance in CONMEBOL competitions
- Copa Libertadores: 2 appearances
- 1987: First Round
- 1990: Second Round
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Jorge González (April 2002–Dec 02)
- Mario Saralegui (Oct 2007–March 08)
- Raúl Möller (Jan 2011–June 11)
- Leonardo Ramos (2011–Dec 12)
- Carlos Rodao (Jan 2013–1?)
- Juan Carlos Duarte (201?–2016)
- Gabriel Añón (2016–)