Chapulineros de Oaxaca

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Chapulineros de Oaxaca
Full name Chapulineros de Oaxaca Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Chapulineros (Grasshopper eaters)
Founded 1983[1]
Ground Estadio Tecnológico de Oaxaca
Oaxaca City , Oaxaca, Mexico
Ground Capacity 14,598
Owner Grupo Tecamachalco
Chairman José María Ramírez
Manager Carlos Ayala
League Liga Premier de Ascenso
Clausura 2017 preseason

Chapulineros de Oaxaca is a Mexican football team. They are nicknamed Los Chapulineros (Grasshoppers). Founded in 1983, the club is based in the state of Oaxaca and play home matches in the Estadio ITO de Oaxaca. The club has played in the Tercera División, Segunda División, and the Liga de Ascenso but has yet to reach the top division. They are currently played in the Segunda División de México Liga Premier but they won't get promoted to Ascenso MX due to its affiliate team.

Year by year[edit]

Year Club Name Division Position
1983-1984 Chapulineros Segunda División
1985-1986 Chapulineros Segunda División
1986-1987 Chapulineros Segunda División
1987-1988 Chapulineros Segunda División
1993-1994 Chapulineros Primera División
Invierno 2001 Chapulineros Primera A
Verano 2002 Chapulineros Primera A
Invierno 2002 Chapulineros Primera A
Verano 2003 Chapulineros Primera A
Apertura 2015 Chapulineros Segunda División Eliminated (Regular)
Clausura 2016 Chapulineros Segunda División Eliminated (Regular)
Apertura 2016 Chapulineros Segunda División 3rd (Regular)

Past Kits[edit]

badge worn during stay in the Primera A
2nd Past Badge
First kit evolution


Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
81 Mexico GK Rafael Amador
82 Mexico DF José Becerril
83 Mexico MF Ricardo Balderas
84 Mexico DF Hugo Manzanares
85 Mexico FW Manuel Hernández
86 Mexico MF Juan Vega
87 Mexico MF Hugo González
88 Mexico MF Edgar Von Putltiz
89 Mexico DF Yoset Gerónimo
90 Mexico DF Alan Hernández
91 Mexico MF Juan Pérez
92 Mexico DF Kevin Zárate
93 Mexico MF Jesús Ayala
94 Mexico DF Juan Cosío
95 Mexico FW Edgar Esparza
No. Position Player
96 Mexico FW Daniel Guzmán, Jr.
97 Mexico FW Avely Meza
98 Mexico MF Omar Castro
99 Mexico DF Jesús Méndez
100 Mexico MF Alejandro Muñóz
101 Mexico MF José Ayala
102 Mexico GK Giovanni Orozco
103 Mexico MF Daniel Rivera
104 Mexico MF Luis Zapata
106 Mexico MF Omar Toledo
107 Mexico FW Efrén Sandoval
108 Mexico MF Norberto Lara
109 Mexico GK Luis Robles
112 Mexico MF Saúl González

Recent outstanding players[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Year by year stats" (in Spanish). Retrieved April 2009.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)