San Isidro Laguna

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San Isidro Laguna
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Full name San Isidro Laguna Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Ola Verde, Algodoneros
Founded 1953
Ground Estadio San Isidro, Torreón, México
Ground Capacity 18.500
League Tercera División de México

San Isidro Laguna Fútbol Club (nicknamed Laguna) is a football club. The club playsin the Mexican football league system Tercera División de México and it is based in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico.

History[edit]

Club de Fútbol Laguna was founded in 1953 that same year the club join the Segunda División Profesional where they played from 1953 to 1967. It was in 1968 when the club was promoted to the Primera División de México with Juan Ángel Pérez coaching the club, who took the place of the regulated Athelico Morelia. The club was merely a contender in the first division but gave the people of the region a chance to see first division action.

Club de Fútbol Laguna was sold in 1978 and the club was moved to Mexico City and became Club Deportivo Coyotes Neza. In 1988 the club was once again sold and moved to Tamaulipas where it became Correcaminos UAT.

Statistics[edit]

Statistics while in 1st Division:

GP W D L GF GA PTS DIF
381 102 120 159 435 531 324 −96

Statistics while Copa Mexico:

GP W D L GF GA Pts DIF
40 15 8 17 48 66 38 −18
  • GP – Games Played
  • W – Won
  • D – Draw
  • L – Losses
  • GF – Goals in Favor
  • GA – Goals Against
  • Pts – Points
  • DIF -Difference in Goals

Club Honors[edit]

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