|Full name||Central Español Fútbol Club|
|Founded||5 January 1905|
|Chairman||Guillermo Rodriguez Misa|
|Coach||Óscar Fernando Pacheco|
|2014–15||Segunda División, 6th|
The F.U.F era
Together with Peñarol, Central founded F.U.F (Uruguayan football federation) in 1923 after being expelled from A.U.F. The F.U.F even made a parallel Uruguayan national team (dissident to A.U.F) that played several international games based on Peñarol and Central squads. After 3 years of existence the new federation was dissolved and both teams returned to A.U.F.
Central append 'Español' to its name after an agreement signed with a Spanish group in 1971. Central itself was born from a merge between 'Solís Bochas' and 'Soriano Polideportivo'.
In 1984 Central Español won their only Urugayan championship to date. The team managed by Liber Arispe during campaign.
- Primera División (1)
- 1961, 1983, 2011-12
- 1928 (as Central FC)
Performance in CONMEBOL competitions
- Copa Sudamericana: 1 appearance
- 2006: First Round
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Julio Antúnez (July 2005–Dec 06)
- Gustavo Díaz (Jan 2008–March 08)
- Julio Antúnez (March 2008–June 08)
- Mario Saralegui (Dec 2009–March 10)
- Daniel Sánchez (March 2010–June 11)
- Darlyn Gayol (July 2011–Feb 13)
- Julio Acuña (Feb 2013–Apr 13)
- Óscar Pacheco (Apr 2013–)
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