Club de Deportes Green Cross
|Full name||Club de Deportes Green Cross|
|Founded||June 27th, 1916|
|Ground||Estadio Nacional, Santiago|
The club was founded on 27 June, 1916, and their first chairman was Francisco Tapia. It was one of the 8 teams that founded the professional Chilean football league in 1933.
The club won their first and only Chilean league title in 1945.
In April 1961 a number of players were killed in a plane crash in the Chilean Andes. The remains of the plane were found ten days after the accident. The wreckage was rediscovered in February 2015 by a climbing party.
In 1965 the club moved to Temuco where they merged with the local football team Deportes Temuco, after which they were known as Green Cross Temuco, until 1985, when the club changed its name again to the current one.
- Primera División de Chile (1): 1945.
- Segunda División de Chile (2): 1960, 1963.
- Honour Division of Liga Metropolitana de Deportes (2): 1917, 1918.
- Nino Brusadelli Cup (1): 1928.
Records and Data
- Seasons in Primera División: 25 (1933–1934; 1939–1958; 1961–1962; 1964).
- Seasons in Segunda División: 3 (1959–1960; 1963).
- Bigger victory achieved:
- Bigger defeat received:.
- Best position in Primera División: 1º (1945)
- Worst position in Primera División: 18º (1962)
- Best scorer: Juan Morcillo (75 goals)
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