Correcaminos UAT

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Correcaminos UAT
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Full name Club de Fútbol Correcaminos de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas
Nickname(s) Los Correcaminos (The Roadrunners)
El Corre (The Corre)
Los Naranjas (The Oranges)
Founded 1980; 38 years ago (1980)
Ground Estadio Marte R. Gómez
Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Ground Capacity 10,520
Owner UAT
Chairman Rafael Flores Alcocer
Manager Juan Carlos Chávez
League Ascenso MX
Clausura 2018 12th
Website Club website

Club de Fútbol Correcaminos de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas is an association football team from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.

It currently plays in the Ascenso MX League of Mexico. The team was founded in 1980, Correcaminos played in the Primera Division De Mexico from the 1987–88 season to the 1994–95 season. They play in the Estadio Marte R. Gómez, which has a capacity of 10,520.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1980 and represents the UAT as well as the city of Ciudad Victoria. It replaced the city's former team, Los Cuerudos, following the team's folding in 1978. The club joined the Segunda División de México in 1982 and played in the 1982–83 tournament. In the 1986–87 tournament the club reached the championship final against the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro having to play a decisive third game in the Estadio Azteca where the club finally managed to beat Querétaro in a penalty shootout and earning their first Promotion. The club did not fare so well in their first year in the Mexican Primera División finishing tied dead last with Atletico Potosino and only avoided being relegated by a goal difference. Before the 1988–89 tournament the club managed to keep its category after buying the Deportivo Neza Franchisee and taking over their vacant spot. The club would go on to play 7 years in the first division before been relegated in 1995, this time they did not buy any franchise to save their status and instead accepted their fate of playing in the newly created Liga de Ascenso. In the summer 1997 the club reached its first final since joining the league only to lose it to Tigres UANL who would go on to be promoted to the first division having won the previous tournament as well. In the Apertura 2005 and Clausura 2006 the club had one of the strongest teams in the league finishing first in both tournament but losing in the round robin first to León and then to Indios de Ciudad Juárez in semi-finals.

Apertura 2011 Title[edit]

In the Apertura 2011 the club finished second in the league with 27 points, 7 wins, 6 draws, 2 defeats, scoring the most goals in the league with 33 and allowing 21 earning a round robin spot. In the Quarter-finals the club faced cross town rival Estudiantes de Altamira who they tied 2–2 after 2 games advancing for having finished with more points. In Semi-finals the club would once again tie 3–3 this time against Toros Neza advancing once again because of their league position. In the final the club would go on to face the league points leader La Piedad who was picked favorite by many to take the Apertura title home that year. The first match was played in the Estadio Marte R. Gómez where Correcaminos managed to take a 3–1 advantage. The second match was played in the Estadio Juan N. López where after 90 minutes the club had managed to beat La Piedad after almost 15 years with a score of 1–0 and claiming that tournaments title.

Club honors[edit]

Runner-up: (1) Verano 1997
Runner-up: (1) Apertura 2012

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Notes
1982–83 2nd Division
1983–84 2nd Division
1984–85 2nd Division
1985–86 2nd Division
1986–87 2nd Division Champion
1987–88 1st Division Buys Deportivo Neza
1988–89 1st Division
1989–90 1st Division
1990–91 1st Division
1991–92 1st Division
1992–93 1st Division
1993–94 1st Division
1994–95 1st Division Relegated
1995–96 Primera A
Invierno 96 Primera A
Verano 97 Primera A Runner-up
Invierno 97 Primera A
Season Division Place
Verano 98 Primera A
Invierno 98 Primera A
Verano 99 Primera A
Invierno 99 Primera A
Verano00 Primera A
Invierno 00 Primera A
Verano 01 Primera A
Invierno 01 Primera A
Verano 02 Primera A
Apertura 02 Primera A
Clausura 03 Primera A
Apertura 03 Primera A
Clausura 04 Primera A
Apertura 04 Primera A
Clausura 05 Primera A
Apertura 05 Primera A
Clausura 06 Primera A
Season Division Place
Apertura 06 Primera A 8th
Clausura 07 Primera A 17th
Apertura 07 Primera A 2nd; Semi-final
Clausura 08 Primera A 15th
Apertura 08 Primera A 6th; Quarter-final
Clausura 09 Primera A 15th
Apertura 2009 Liga de Ascenso 13th
Bicentenario 2010 Liga de Ascenso 6th; Quarter-final
Apertura 2010 Liga de Ascenso 16th
Clausura 2011 Liga de Ascenso 7th; Quarter-final
Apertura 2011 Liga de Ascenso 2nd; Champion
Clausura 2012 Liga de Ascenso 7th; Semi-final and Promotion Final runner-up
Apertura 2012 Ascenso MX 8th
Clausura 2013 Ascenso MX 2nd; Semi-final
Apertura 2013 Ascenso MX 6th; Quarter-final
Clausura 2014 Ascenso MX 1st; Runner-up
Apertura 2014 Ascenso MX 3rd; Quarterfinals
Season Division Place
Clausura 2015 Ascenso MX 6th; Semifinals
Apertura 2015 Ascenso MX 15th
Clausura 2016 Ascenso MX 7th; Quarterfinals
Apertura 2016 Ascenso MX 11th
Clausura 2017 Ascenso MX 15th
Apertura 2017 Ascenso MX 8th; Quarterfinals
Clausura 2018 Ascenso MX 12th
On 26 September 2012 the club advanced to the semi-finals winning the game versus Tijuana with a remarkable score of 5–5 changing and advantage of losing 4–1. The game was defined in penalty kicks, having a glorious and historical victory winning the Correcaminos 7–6 in penalties.

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 Carlos Velázquez (on loan from Zacatecas)
3 Mexico DF Carlos Cuevas (on loan from Tapachula)
4 Argentina DF Néstor Breitenbruch (on loan from UANL)
5 Argentina DF Lucas Meza
6 Mexico MF David Ramírez (on loan from Pachuca)
8 Mexico MF César de la Peña (on loan from Monterrey)
9 Argentina FW Hernán Rivero
10 Mexico MF Julio Atilano (on loan from Morelia)
11 Ecuador FW Walter Chalá
12 Mexico DF Luis Delgado (on loan from León)
13 Mexico MF Armando Pulido (on loan from UANL)
14 Mexico FW Luis Loroña (on loan from Querétaro)
No. Position Player
16 Mexico MF Moisés Velasco (on loan from Toluca)
18 Uruguay DF Diego Barboza (on loan from Montevideo Wanderers)
19 Panama GK Jaime de Gracia
21 Mexico DF Martín Castillo (on loan from Oaxaca)
22 Mexico MF Sergio Rosas
24 Mexico MF Luis Morales (on loan from Morelia)
25 Mexico MF Óscar Sánchez (on loan from Oaxaca)
27 Mexico FW Jesús Moreno (on loan from Oaxaca)
30 Mexico GK Darío Romo (on loan from Querétaro)
32 Argentina FW Juan Manuel Vázquez
34 Mexico DF Arturo Ortíz (on loan from León)
Mexico GK Daniel Vogel
Mexico DF Luis Ahumada
Mexico DF Orlando García
Mexico DF Diego Lomelí

Out on loan[edit]

No. Position Player
Mexico DF David Lorenzana (at UACH)
No. Position Player
Mexico FW Luis Amaya (at Monterrey)
Panama FW Omar Hinestroza (at Chorrillo)
Mexico FW Andrés Rincón (at Atl. Reynosa)

Reserve teams[edit]

UAT Premier
Reserve team that plays in the Liga Premier in the third level of the Mexican league system.

Notable players[edit]

This list of former players includes those who received international caps while playing for the team, made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals while playing for the team, or who made significant contributions to the sport either before they played for the team, or after they left. It is clearly not yet complete and all inclusive, and additions and refinements will continue to be made over time.

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

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