Canadian Soccer Club

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Canadian S.C.
Canadian Soccer Club
Full name Canadian Soccer Club
Nickname(s) Canadienses
Founded December 2010
Ground none
Montevideo, Uruguay
Ground Capacity N/A
Chairman Fernando Aldao
Coach Rodrigo Sanchez
League Uruguayan Segunda División
2013–14 11th

The Canadian Soccer Club is a Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo. It is a newly founded club that plays in the Uruguayan Segunda División.

History[edit]

Canadian S.C. was founded in late 2010 from the need of the community of Uruguayans living in Canada to have a team representing them back home. Its founders are Fernando Aldao.Their supporters group is known as La Banda del Norte (the Band of the North) or LBDN and their main rival is Club Atlético Torque.

The club made its official debut in the Uruguayan Segunda División Amateur on 2 October 2011 against Basañez, on a 2–1 home win. Los canadienses won the Clasura title in their second season, earning them a promotion to the Uruguayan Segunda División.[1]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Official website (in Spanish)

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