Real Zamora

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Real Zamora
Full name Club Deportivo Real Zamora
Founded December 26, 1950; 65 years ago
Ground Estadio Zamora
Zamora, Michoacán
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Pablo Gutiérrez
Manager Víctor Morales
League Segunda División Profesional
Clausura 2017 preseason

Club Deportivo Real Zamora is Mexican football that played in the Segunda División Profesional Liga Premier. The club was formed in 1950 and has played in the first division among other leagues in Mexico. On April 2016, Real Zamora defeated Sporting Canamy 2-0 to clinch a spot for the Ascenso to the Liga Premier de Ascenso against UAT B, after that Zamora defeated UAT B and earned the promotion to the LP.

History[edit]

The club was founded on December 26, 1950 and quickly joined Mexican Second Division along with Zacatepec, Monterrey, Toluca, Deportivo Irapuato, Zamora, Querétaro, Morelia and Pachuca. Some clubs were newcomers, and some were rejoining the league. In their first league the club quickly became a contender and finished a couple of points behind the champion Zacatepec, who earned the chance to join the Primera División de México. The following years were also successful years, but not good enough to crown themselves.

In the 1954-55 tournament the club once again finished runner-up, this time just behind F.C. Atlas;, this time the club was allowed to be promoted after the federation decided to increase the number of clubs in the top division to 14. A playoff tournament was organized with 2 clubs from the first division along with the 11 and 12 place clubs from the first division clubs: Cuautla FC, Zamora, Querétaro, Atlante and Marte. With the result of Atlante remaining in the top division, joined by Cuautla FC and Zamora. Querétaro remained in the second division, joined by the relegated Marte.

In the 1955-56[1] season the club played its first tournament in the top league under the management of the Enrique Álvarez.The club had a terrible time in the top division and so lost the category, being relegated back to the second division, leaving its spot to C.F. Monterrey, who had been promoted.

In the 1956-57 season the club final won its first title led by the Argentine Raúl Leguizamón. This time the club took over the empty spot left by C.F. Monterrey, who a year ago had taken over the spot Zamora had left. That same year Puebla FC decided to leave the league, and so its spot was taken over by Atlético Morelia, marking this the first time 2 clubs from the state of Michoacán played in the top division.

The club once again lost the category in the 1959-60 tournament after playing 3 not-so-good tournaments, with its best season finish in 1957-58, finishing 7th with 25 points. In 1960 the club finished last under the management of Carlos Seville.

The club would not return to the first division, having 2 good opportunities one in 1963-64 when they played a promotion matched against Cruz Azul who would beat them 7-1.The club would eventually be relegated to the third division where they would win the 1977-78 title to return to the second division where in 1982-83 tournament they would have its second opportunity to return to the top division facing Unión de Curtidores in a second promotional match which they lost 1-0. The club has played on and off since then also becoming Chiapas inferior reserve squad in 2004.In 2007 the club became once again independent and rejoined the Segunda División Profesional .

Players[edit]

First-team 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
1 Mexico GK Juan González
2 Mexico GK Roberto Ramírez
3 Mexico DF Japheth Negrete
4 Mexico DF José Zárate
5 Mexico DF Carlos Gil
7 Mexico FW Oscar Ramos
8 Mexico MF Saúl de Lira
9 Mexico MF Gustavo Rodríguez
11 Mexico MF Aarón Tello
12 Mexico FW Salvador Tafolla
13 Mexico MF Carlos Magaña
14 Mexico DF Antonio Chavarría
15 Mexico MF Uziel Flores
16 Mexico DF Jostyr Barajas
17 Mexico DF Emanuel Cárdenas
18 Mexico FW Jesús García
19 Mexico FW Daniel Chávez
20 Mexico DF Efrén Ceja
21 Mexico MF Joseph Alcantar
No. Position Player
22 Mexico FW Juan Ruíz
23 Mexico GK Efraín Baeza
24 Mexico FW Edgar Hernández
27 Mexico MF José Castañeda
28 Mexico DF Oliver González
29 Mexico MF José Cervantes
30 Mexico MF Cristian Barragán
31 Mexico GK Antonio Rosas
32 Mexico FW Carlos Jaramillo
33 Mexico MF Cristian Mercado
34 Mexico DF Julio Sotelo
35 Mexico FW Francisco Álvarez
36 Mexico DF Rolando Carrillo
37 Mexico DF Edgar Molina
38 Mexico MF Daniel Moragrega
39 Mexico DF José Lara
40 Mexico MF Arturo Luna
41 Mexico FW Salvador Jacuinde
42 Mexico MF Christian Ramírez

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