Club Deportivo Universidad de San Martín de Porres
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|Full name||Club Deportivo Universidad San Martín de Porres|
|Nickname(s)||Los Albos (The Whites)
Los Santos (The Saints)
|Ground||Estadio Miguel Grau|
|President||Raul Bao García|
|2016||Torneo Descentralizado, 11th|
|Website||Club home page|
Club Deportivo Universidad San Martín de Porres, commonly known as USMP, is a Peruvian football club based in the city of Lima. The club was founded in 2004 as a joint stock company, the first in Peru. In just their first season, the club began playing in the Peruvian top-flight, the Torneo Descentralizado, after they bought the promotional place of the 2003 Segunda División winners, Sport Coopsol. The team obtained their first Descentralizado title in 2007, the second in 2008 and their third in 2010.
The name comes from the Universidad de San Martín de Porres, a university in Lima.
In the 2004 Apertura, Universidad San Martin's results were poor. They accumulated 10 points and were positioned last on the table. Although the club managed to win 47 points and reached second place in the Clausura. In total, San Martin was placed 12° with 57 points. On the relegation table they placed eleventh, remaining in the first division. The following season, they did better and placed fourth, qualifying for the 2006 Copa Sudamericana. Although they were eliminated in the preliminary round, they won their first international game by defeating Bolognesi in a home game 3–2 but were eliminated because of the away goals rule. In 2006, they placed 6th on the aggregate table and did not qualify for any international tournament.
The beginning of the 2007 season smiled upon the "Santos". They won the Apertura for the first time after defeating Cienciano 2–1 in Cuzco, qualifying for the 2008 Copa Libertadores. Despite not finishing in the top 6 places in the Clausura tournament, thereby not fulfilling the condition to qualify for the national title playoff, the Clausura winners Coronel Bolognesi had not satisfied the condition in the Apertura either, so no playoff was played and San Martín were awarded the national title on the basis of its better aggregate record throughout the season.
In the 2009 Copa Libertadores, San Martin became the first Peruvian team to pass the group stage since 2004, eliminating River Plate of Argentina, Nacional of Paraguay, Nacional of Uruguay, and would lose in the round of 16 to Grêmio of Brazil 1–5 on aggregate.
On 12 December 2010, at Estadio Monumental, Universidad San Martin defeated León de Huánuco in Peru's two-legged final that gave Universidad San Martín the domestic championship.
On 20 February 2012, the club Universidad San Martín, for extra-sporting issues, announced their definitive retirement from the local tournament and professional football.
On 14 March 2012, the club Universidad San Martín returned to the local tournament and professional football.
Kit and badge
U. San Martin currently do not own a stadium. Therefore, they play in the different stadiums of Lima. They have used the Estadio Nacional and Estadio Alejandro Villanueva in the past. Today they choose the Estadio Miguel Grau which it shares with Sport Boys and Academia Cantolao. San Martin, however, are known to favor Universitario's stadium, Estadio Monumental "U". The stadium they choose mostly depends on how many people are expected to attend a game.
- Runner-up (1): 2014
- Winners (1): 2007
- Winners (1): 2010
Statistics and results
|2004||1st||12||52||14||9||27||61||76||57||—||14/14 Torneo Apertura, 2/14 Torneo Clausura|
|2005||1st||4||48||22||13||13||68||46||79||—||7/13 Torneo Apertura, 2/13 Torneo Clausura|
|2006||1st||6||44||19||10||15||54||51||67||CS||Chile/Peru Preliminary||5/12 Torneo Apertura, 5/12 Torneo Clausura|
|2007||1st||1||44||20||11||13||69||45||71||—||1/12 Torneo Apertura, 7/12 Torneo Clausura|
|2008||1st||1||52||26||16||10||81||42||94||CL||Group Stage||3/14 Torneo Apertura, 1/14 Torneo Clausura|
|2009||1st||5||44||18||16||10||65||46||69||CL||Round of 16||6/16 Regular Season, 3/8 Liguilla "B"|
|2010||1st||1||46||29||8||9||90||41||95||CS||Second Round||1/16 Regular Season, 1/8 Liguilla "A"|
|2011||1st||4||30||13||8||9||43||24||47||CL||Group Stage||4/16 Regular Season|
|2012||1st||8||44||16||12||16||49||52||61||CS||First Stage||3/16 Regular Season, 4/8 Liguilla "A"|
|2013||1st||13||44||12||11||21||46||60||49||—||14/16 Regular Season, 7/8 Liguilla "B"|
|2014||1st||12||30||9||8||13||21||23||35||—||7/16 Torneo Apertura, 15/16 Torneo Clausura|
|2015||1st||11||32||10||7||15||31||40||38||—||17/17 Torneo Apertura, 7/17 Torneo Clausura|
|2016||1st||11||44||15||10||19||61||72||55||—||15/16 Torneo Apertura, 15/16 Torneo Clausura
5/8 Liguilla "B"
|2008||Group 5||H||USMP 2 – 0 River Plate||Won||Ovelar 14'
|Group 5||H||USMP 0 – 1 U. Católica||Lost|
|Group 5||A||USMP 1 – 3 America||Lost||Silva 6'|
|Group 5||H||USMP 1 – 0 America||Won||Leguizamón 36'|
|Group 5||A||USMP 0 – 1 U. Católica||Lost|
|Group 5||A||USMP 0 – 5 River Plate||Lost|
|2009||Group 3||A||USMP 1 – 2 Nacional||Lost||Arzuaga 39'|
|Group 3||H||USMP 2 – 1 River Plate||Won||Díaz 37' (pen.)
|Group 3||H||USMP 2 – 1 Nacional||Won||García 53' 58'|
|Group 3||A||USMP 1 – 1 Nacional||Draw||Arzuaga 41'|
|Group 3||H||USMP 1 – 1 Nacional||Draw||Ludueña 88'|
|Group 3||A||USMP 0 – 3 River Plate||Lost|
|Round of 16||H||USMP 1 – 3 Grêmio||Lost||Arzuaga 34'|
|Round of 16||A||USMP 0 – 2 Grêmio||Lost|
|2011||Group 1||A||USMP 2 – 0 Once Caldas||Won||Arriola 37' 59'
|Group 1||H||USMP 2 – 0 San Luis||Won||Labarthe 6'|
|Group 1||A||USMP 1 – 5 Libertad||Lost||Alemanno 4'|
|Group 1||H||USMP 0 – 1 Libertad||Lost|
|Group 1||A||USMP 1 – 3 San Luis||Lost||Quinteros 60'|
|Group 1||H||USMP 0 – 2 Once Caldas||Lost|
|2006||Chile/Peru Preliminary||A||USMP 0 – 1 Coronel Bolognesi||Lost|
|Chile/Peru Preliminary||H||USMP 3 – 2 Coronel Bolognesi||Won||Del Solar 13' 40'
|2010||First Round||A||USMP 2 – 3 Deportivo Quito||Lost||Vitti 51', Alemanno 74'|
|First Round||H||USMP 2 – 1 Deportivo Quito||Won||Arriola 78', Alemanno 85'|
|Second Round||H||USMP 2 – 1 Emelec||Won||Vitti 45', Quinteros 74'|
|Chile/Peru Preliminary||H||USMP 0 – 5 Emelec||Lost|
|2012||Ecuador/Peru Preliminary||A||USMP 0 – 1 Emelec||Lost|
|Ecuador/Peru Preliminary||H||USMP 1 – 1 Emelec||Draw||Labarthe 11'|
- As of 19 April 2016
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- As of 25 February 2017
|Assistant manager||Victor Reyes|
- "Confirmado: La San Martín hizo oficial su retiro del fútbol nacional". depor.pe. 2011. Retrieved 20 February 2012.
- "La Plantilla". Universidad de San Martín de Porres. Retrieved 11 February 2012.
- "La plantilla – Comando Técnico" (in Spanish). clubdeportivo.usmp.edu.pe. 2017. Retrieved 25 February 2017.