Club Sol de América is a Paraguayan sports club, mostly known for its football team. The club is located in Barrio Obrero, Paraguay, and it was founded in 1909. The stadium Sol de America uses for most of its first division games is located in the suburb city of Villa Elisa on the border of the capital city, Asunción. Sol de America have won the Paraguayan First Division title on two occasions, in 1986 and then again in 1991. They also have a strong basketball team and an athletics department.
Honours [ edit ]
1965, 1977, 2006
Performance in CONMEBOL competitions [ edit ]
Best: Quarter-finals in 1989 1989: Quarter-finals
Current squad [ edit ]
As of 13 September 2018.
 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under
FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Rodrigo Ruiz Díaz
Notable players [ edit ]
To appear in this section a player must have either:
Played at least 125 games for the club.
Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
Been part of a national team squad at any time.
Played in the first division of any other football association (outside of Paraguay).
Played in a continental and/or intercontinental competition.
Managers [ edit ]
Ferenc Puskás (1985–86)
Sergio Markarián (1987–89)
Ever Hugo Almeida (Jan 1, 1997 – Jan 1, 1999), (Jan 1, 2000 – Jan 1, 2001)
Ricardo Dabrowski (Sept 11, 2011 – April 5, 2013)
Gualberto Jara (April 9, 2013 – Sept 23, 2013)
Mauricio Larriera (Sept 24, 2013 – Oct 25, 2013)
Roberto Pompei (Dec 11, 2013–14) Daniel Garnero (2015–)
Other Sports [ edit ]
Athletics [ edit ]
is a director of the athletics department at Club Sol de América.
Sol de América also has an athletics department affiliated with the
Federación Paraguaya de Atletismo. Physical preparers of the club are  Edgar Torres and 2004, 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics javelin thrower Leryn Franco.
Basketball [ edit ]
Sol de América also has a
basketball team participating in the Paraguayan Metropolitan Basketball League.
Paraguayan Championship: 9
1982, 1983, 1984, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2010, 2011
See also [ edit ]
List of athletics clubs in Paraguay
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]