Central Córdoba de Santiago del Estero

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Central Córdoba
Escudo del Club Central Córdoba de Santiago del Estero.svg
Full nameClub Atlético Central Córdoba
Nickname(s)Ferroviarios
Founded3 June 1919; 100 years ago (1919-06-03)
GroundAlfredo Terrera
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
Capacity15,000
ChairmanFrancisco Pesce
ManagerGustavo Coleoni
LeagueArgentine Primera División
2018–19Primera B Nacional, 6th (promoted via the play-offs)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Club Atlético Central Córdoba is an Argentine sports club based in Santiago del Estero. The club is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in the Argentine Primera División, first division of the Argentine football league system. The club was founded by a group of railway workers and named after the Córdoba Central Railway in a similar manner to the other Central Córdoba club based in Rosario.

History[edit]

Central Córdoba has played at the highest level of Argentine football on 2 occasions, more specifically in the 1967 and 1971 Nacional championships. In the 1967 Nacional, Central Córdoba finished 14th of 16 teams, having reached its peak with the 2–1 victory over Boca Juniors in La Bombonera.

In 1971 Central Córdoba finished 13th out of 14 teams in group B, which most significant achievement was a 1–1 draw to Boca Juniors, although soon later the team would be heavily defeated at the hands of San Lorenzo by 7–1.

On 8 June 2019, Central Córdoba won promotion to the Primera División after defeating Sarmiento in the 2018–19 promotion play-off finals.[1] It marked their return to the top-flight for the first time in forty-eight years.[1]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 27 August 2019.[2]

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

No. Position Player
1 Argentina GK Diego Rodríguez
2 Uruguay DF Nicolás Correa
3 Argentina DF Matías Nani (on loan from AS Roma)
4 Argentina DF Leonel Ferroni (on loan from Newell's Old Boys)
5 Argentina MF Cristian Vega
6 Argentina DF Marcos Sánchez
7 Argentina MF Mauro Barraza
8 Argentina MF Marcelo Meli (on loan from Racing)
10 Argentina FW Matías Pato
11 Argentina FW Juan Pablo Ruíz
12 Argentina DF Jonathan Bay
14 Argentina MF Juan Galeano
15 Argentina MF Lisandro Alzugaray
16 Argentina DF Maximiliano Acuña
17 Argentina GK Leandro Requena
No. Position Player
18 Colombia FW José Valencia
19 Argentina MF Emanuel Romero
20 Argentina FW Facundo Melivilo
21 Argentina MF Santiago Gallucci
23 Argentina GK Maximiliano Cavallotti
24 Paraguay DF Hugo Vera Oviedo
25 Argentina MF Franco Cristaldo
26 Argentina DF Cristian Díaz
28 Argentina MF Leonardo Villalba
29 Argentina DF Ismael Quílez
30 Argentina FW Nicolás Miracco
33 Colombia FW Joao Rodríguez
35 Argentina FW Jonathan Herrera
36 Argentina MF Nicolás Femia

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Central Córdoba (SdE) venció en los penales a Sarmiento (J) y ascendió a la Primera División". TyC Sports. 8 June 2019. Retrieved 8 June 2019.
  2. ^ Club Brown de Adrogué at BDFA

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