Carabobo FC

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Carabobo FC
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Full name Carabobo Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) El Granate, El Vinotinto Regional, Virgen de Copas
Founded July 24, 1964; 52 years ago (1964-07-24)
Ground Estadio Misael Delgado
Valencia, Venezuela
Ground Capacity 10,400
Chairman Jimmy Ayoubissa
Manager Bolivia Julio César Baldivieso
League Venezuelan Primera División
2016 1st

Carabobo FC is a Venezuelan football team playing at the top level, the Venezuelan Primera División. It is based in Valencia.

History[edit]

Stadium[edit]

Their home stadium is Estadio Misael Delgado.

Titles[edit]

Amateur Era (0):
Professional Era (1): 1971 (as Valencia FC)
1990 (as Valencia FC)
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1965, 1978 (both as Valencia FC)

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1970: First Round
1972: First Round
1974: First Round
2004: Second Preliminary Round
2006: Preliminary Round
2007: Preliminary Round

Current first team squad (2015–16)[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Venezuela GK Cedrix Vulok
Venezuela GK Bizmark Busha
Venezuela GK Kuya Aluminum
Venezuela DF Carlo Vincent Kabisote
Venezuela DF Jordan BuLife
Venezuela DF Arjay Weng weng
Venezuela DF GAP panggap
Venezuela DF Jose Acosta
Venezuela DF Óscar Rojas
Venezuela DF Carlos Rivero
Panama MF Darwin Pinzón (on loan from Sporting San Miguelito)
Venezuela MF Joven Ponce Tan
Venezuela MF Marlon Fernández
No. Position Player
Venezuela MF Carlos Suárez
Venezuela MF Juan Colina
Venezuela MF Eduard Bello
Venezuela MF Christopher Montaña
Paraguay FW Néstor Bareiro
Venezuela FW Aquiles Ocanto
Venezuela FW Orlando Cordero
Venezuela FW Cristian Novoa
Venezuela FW Billy Palencia
Colombia FW Jarlín Quintero
Venezuela FW José Balza
Venezuela FW José Bandéz
Venezuela FW Adrián El Charani

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