Club Atlético General Lamadrid

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General Lamadrid
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Full nameClub Atlético General Lamadrid
Nickname(s)Carcelero
Founded11 May 1950; 69 years ago (1950-05-11)
GroundEstadio Enrique Sexto,
Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires,
Argentina
Capacity3,000
ChairmanPablo González Cribari
ManagerHoracio Fabregat
LeaguePrimera D
2017-18
WebsiteClub website

Club Atlético General Lamadrid (usually General Lamadrid or simply Lamadrid) is an Argentine sports club located in Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires. The institution, founded in 1950, is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in Primera C, the regionalised forth division of the Argentine football league system.

Other sports practised at the club are futsal, handball, tae kwon do, roller skating and volleyball.

History[edit]

On Saturday 21 March 2009, during a match facing Barracas Bolívar (now Sportivo Barracas), 18 Lamadrid players were sent off after they got into a violent confrontation with Barracas' supporters. The fight started when a group of youth players from Lamadrid (who were watching the match on their seats) began a discussion with some Barracas' fans. The discussion soon turn into a fight and the players from both teams jumped from field to the grandstand to take part on the fight as well.[1][2]

Lamadrid won its second title in 2010–11 Primera C Metropolitana, therefore promoting to Primera B Metropolitana.[3] Nevertheless, the poor campaigns done by the team caused it was relegated again at the end of 2011–12 season, where finished at bottom of table.

Current squad[edit]

As of june 09, 2018.[4]

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

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Martín García
Argentina GK Fernando Pérez Orué
Argentina FW fabián Billordo
Argentina DF Gabriel Celleci
Argentina DF Jonathan García
Argentina DF Martín Genero
Argentina DF Joao Carlos Giunta
Argentina DF Maximiliano Ledesma
Argentina DF Hernán Luzzi
Argentina DF Ariel Vera
Argentina DF Nicolás Pizarro
Argentina DF Adrián Rossi
Argentina DF Fernando Smargiassi
No. Position Player
Argentina DF Mariano Timpanaro
Argentina DF Gastón Viqueira
Argentina MF Ezequiel Ferreyra
Argentina MF Abel Flenegal
Argentina MF Sergio Kasburg
Argentina MF Nicolás Frascone
Argentina MF Nicolás Perri
Argentina MF Mariano Risoli
Argentina MF Víctor Saracini Carballo
Argentina MF Juan Ignacio Toscani
Argentina MF Matías Veloso
Argentina FW Matías Benítez
Argentina FW Lucas Del Río

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