Huachipato

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Huachipato
Full name Club Deportivo Huachipato
Nickname(s) "Los Acereros"(Steelers)
"Campeón del Sur" (Champion of the South)
Founded June 7, 1947
Ground Estadio CAP
Talcahuano
Ground Capacity 10,500
Chairman Marcelo Ambrosio
Manager Nicolas Larcamon
League Campeonato Nacional
2016–17 13th
Website Club website
Current season

Club Deportivo Huachipato, is a Chilean football club based in Talcahuano, that is a current member of the Campeonato Nacional.

The club was founded June 7, 1947 and plays its home games at the Estadio CAP, which has a capacity of 10,500 people (all-seated).

History[edit]

In 1947, CD Huachipato was officially notarized and the first official recorded game was played. The original fans were the local company employees of the steel industry in Huachipato. It took a few years for the club to achieve its first successes, obtaining regional championships in 1956 and 1964.

In its early seasons "the Steelers" (Acereros), as they are known, were quite satisfactory in the second division. The 1965 debut was against Municipal de Santiago with a 3–0 victory.

After 36 games the standings would show Huachipato second with 46 points, 3 points less than that of Ferrobádminton another second division team that took the championship and thus passage (which is how it was granted in those years) to the First Division.

However a year later (1966), the Steelers managed promotion to first division, after winning the second division champions Chile with 49 points, they remained well above teams like Coquimbo (42 points) and San Antonio (39) who stayed with the second and third place respectively after thirty games.

With only two years in the professionalism of Talcahuano Huachipato was installed in the top flight professional football in Chile, La Primera Division.

With a tie on a goal, as local and against Audax Italiano, the "Steelers" debuted in first division. In the first season of first division Huachipato an acceptable term in sixth place among 18 teams, although the tournament was on two wheels. The following years were quiet for steel culminating their shares in the mid-high zone of the standings. However a few years after this change.

Huachipato won the 1974 First Division Football Championship, with this triumph they are the only Chilean Football team from the south of Chile to obtain the title.

1974 was a year that many Huachipato fans will never forget, after 34 matches played, Huachipato had to beat Aviación to become champions in their last match, and they did it, Moisés Silva scored the only goal that crowned Huchipato champions that year.

Since then the club has never won any other title, but it has always caused difficulties for the big teams when playing against Huachipato, especially in the Estadio Las Higueras, their former home ground.

From the end of the 1990s, Huachipato was characterized by a club trainer of players from lower divisions. Examples of these are important values steelmaker emerged from the quarry as Roberto Cartes, Cristian Uribe, Rodrigo Rain, Cristián Reynero, Rodrigo Millar, Mario Salgado, Héctor Mancilla, Gonzalo Jara, Pedro Morales, Mauricio Arias, among others.

As for sporting achievements, reached the Semi-Finals in the Torneos Apertura in the years 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. In addition since the end of the 1990s, Huachipato classification achieved an international tournament and the Copa Sudamericana 2006 and their second championship since 38 years, after defeating Unión Española in the 2012 Chilean Clausura Tournament final. All this has undoubtedly been the highlight of "Champion of Southern Chile" in recent years.

The club's logo is inspired by the Steelmark logo owned by the American Iron and Steel Institute that is also used by an American football team in the United States, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Official sponsors[edit]

  • Mitre
  • Corporación de Acero del Pacífico (ACEROCAP)

Dates and Honours[edit]

Club Facts[edit]

Titles[edit]

1974, 2012-C
1966
1979, 1983

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1975: First Round
2013: First Round
2006: First Round

Other sports[edit]

Although best known as a professional football club, the club has other sports branches; these are: basketball, karate, taekwondo, artistic roller skating, roller hockey, tennis, table tennis, volleyball, among others.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Huachipato as of 4 March 2018 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  BOL GK Carlos Lampe
2  CHI DF Kévin Hidalgo
3  CHI DF Ignacio Tapia
4  CHI MF Jimmy Martínez
6  CHI MF Claudio Sepúlveda
7  CHI MF Leonardo Povea
8  CHI MF César Valenzuela
9  CHI FW Javier Parraguez
10  PAN FW Gabriel Torres
11  VEN FW José Caraballo
12  CHI GK Bryan Manosalva
13  CHI DF Mathías López
14  CHI DF Claudio Jopia
15  CAN DF Juan Córdova
No. Position Player
16  CHI DF José Bizama
17  CHI DF Cristián Gutiérrez
18  CHI MF Joaquín Verdugo
19  ARG DF Federico Pereyra
20  CHI DF Valber Huerta
21  CHI MF Sebastián Martínez
22  CHI GK Yerko Urra
24  CHI MF Javier Urzúa
25  PAR FW Sergio Bareiro
32  BOL MF Jhon García
34  CHI GK Franco Collado
--  CHI DF Eric Ahumada
--  PER MF Piero Vivanco
--  CHI MF Mikel Arguinarena

Manager: Nicolás Larcamón

2018 Summer transfers[edit]

In[edit]

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

No. Position Player
10 Panama FW Gabriel Torres (from Lausanne Sport)
11 Venezuela FW José Caraballo (from Deportivo Lara)
19 Argentina DF Federico Pereyra (from Karpaty Lviv)
No. Position Player
-- Chile MF Mikel Arguinarena (back from Barnechea)
-- Peru MF Piero Vivanco (from Esther Grande)

Out[edit]

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

No. Position Player
5 Chile DF Omar Merlo (to Sporting Cristal)
9 Argentina FW Bernardo Cuesta (to Melgar)
10 Venezuela MF Yeferson Soteldo (loaned to Universidad de Chile)
11 Chile MF Camilo Pontoni (loaned to San Marcos de Arica)
17 Bolivia MF Matheo Zoch (loaned to Guabirá)
No. Position Player
19 Chile FW Matías Ramírez (to Deportes La Serena)
23 Chile DF Ramón Sáez (loaned to Santiago Wanderers)
24 Paraguay FW Jorge Ortega (to Olimpia)
-- Chile FW Vicente Gatica (loaned to Independiente de Cauquenes)

Managers[edit]

External links[edit]