C.A. Rentistas

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Full name Club Atlético Rentistas
Nickname(s) Bichos Colorados, Bicheros, Rojos, El Renta
Founded 26 March 1933
Ground Estadio Complejo Rentistas
Capacity 10,600
Chairman Alvaro Astray
Coach Pablo Alonso
League Uruguayan Segunda División
2017 9th

Club Atlético Rentistas, usually known simply as Rentistas is an Uruguayan football club based in Cerrito de la Victoria, Montevideo. It was founded in 1933.


In 1971, Rentistas was the first team of the neighbourhood (barrio) Cerrito de la Victoria that achieved promotion to the Uruguayan first division. They remained there until 1980. Rentistas returned to the first division on three other occasions (1989–92, 1997–01, 2004–07).

In 1998 Rentistas inaugurated their new stadium, Complejo Rentistas. The club finished second in the Clausura and qualified for the CONMEBOL Cup 1999


Rentistas was also known for involvement in the third-party ownership.[1] The transfer fee of Hulk was channeled to the club.[2]


1971, 1988, 1996, 2011


The neighbourhood has two sports clubs, who share a large rivalry; the Clásico del Cerrito is contested with CS Cerrito.[3]

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
1 Uruguay GK John Faust
2 Uruguay DF Martín González
3 Uruguay MF Javier Méndez
4 Uruguay DF Gonzalo Martínez
5 Uruguay MF Christian Núñez
6 Uruguay MF Paolo Dantaz
8 Uruguay MF Sebastián Vázquez
9 Uruguay FW Guillermo Maidana
10 Uruguay MF David Terans
11 Uruguay FW Gonzalo Mastriani
12 Uruguay GK Nicolás Rossi
13 Uruguay DF Diego Fernández
No. Position Player
14 Uruguay MF Bryan Bautista
15 Uruguay DF Damián González
16 Uruguay MF Lucas Rodríguez
17 Uruguay DF Sebastián Sellanes
18 Uruguay FW Gustavo Alles
19 Uruguay MF Matías Mier
20 Uruguay FW Joel Burgueño
22 Uruguay GK Guillermo Reyes (captain)
23 Uruguay DF Matías Pérez
24 Uruguay DF Deivis Barone
27 Uruguay MF Cristian Souza
29 Uruguay MF Hugo Soria



  1. ^ http://www.football-observatory.com/IMG/pdf/report_agents_2012-2.pdf
  2. ^ "The story of Porto's incredible Hulk exposes the shadowy business of 'off-shore transfers' ahead of the Europa League final | Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2018-07-21.
  3. ^ "Clásicos del fútbol uruguayo - Deportes" (in Spanish). 2011-04-18. Retrieved 2018-07-21.

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