Huracán Buceo

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Huracán Buceo
Huracán Buceo logo.png
Full name Club Social y Deportivo Huracán Buceo
Nickname(s) Funebreros, Tricoplayeros
Founded July 10, 1937
Ground Parque Huracán
Montevideo, Uruguay
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Uruguay Mario Migues
Coach Uruguay Enrique Peña
League Disenrolled

Huracán Buceo is a multisports club, best known for its football side, located in Montevideo in Uruguay. In 2009 the team went into a financial crisis and couldn't play anymore in the professional competitions and played further in the amateur leagues. Handball is also a main sport for the club contributing many players to the national team.

Huracán is known as "Tricoplayeros" (a word that joins two senses: three-coloured uniform and the fact that the club was originally based next to the coast of Montevideo).

Ricardo Guero Rodriguez played for the youth team, before continuing his career in Mexico.

Huracán archrivals are Basañez and Villa Española. The official mascot of the club is Topo Gigio.[1]


Amateur Era (0):
Professional Era (0):
1969, 1995
1960, 1967

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1998: Second Round


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