Deportes Copiapó

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Club de Deportes Copiapó
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Full nameClub de Deportes Copiapó
Nickname(s)Leones, Albirojos
Founded9 March 1999
GroundEstadio Luis Valenzuela Hermosilla, Copiapó, Chile
Capacity8,000
ChairmanFelipe Muñoz
ManagerHéctor Almandoz
LeaguePrimera B
201814th

Club de Deportes Copiapó — or simply Deportes Copiapó — is a Chilean football club based in Copiapó, Atacama Region. Founded in 1999 after Regional Atacama disappearing, it currently plays in the Primera B (second-tier) and holds its home games at Estadio Luis Valenzuela Hermosilla which has a capacity of 8,000 spectators.

The club has spent the most of its history playing in the Primera B, never reaching its promotion to top-level (Primera División). Its only one honour was the Tercera División title in 2003.

It has a rivalry with Cobresal.

Titles[edit]

2002

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Deportes Copiapó as of 21 May 2019 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Carlos Alfaro
2  CHI DF Diego García
3  CHI DF Juan Pablo Andrade
4  CHI DF Lukas Soza
6  CHI MF Felipe Elgueta
7  CHI FW Nicolás Millán
8  CHI MF Freddy Munizaga
9  ARG FW Francisco Vazzoler
10  CHI MF Jefferson Castillo
11  CHI MF Kevin Egaña
12  CHI FW Ronald González
13  CHI DF Sergio León
14  CHI DF José Tiznado
15  CHI GK Emiliano Flores
17  CHI FW Jorge Gálvez
No. Position Player
18  CHI DF Daniel Mansilla
20  CHI MF Francisco Sasmay
22  ARG DF Adrián Reta
23  ARG MF Juan Jaime
24  CHI FW Santiago Espina
25  CHI GK Hernán Muñoz
26  ARG MF Eduardo Pucheta
27  CHI DF Rodrigo Jara
28  CHI FW Alejandro Quiero
29  ARG FW Maximiliano Quinteros
30  CHI MF Johan Muñoz
31  CHI FW Camilo Ponce
33  CHI GK Jaime Guzmán
--  CHI FW Matías Sánchez
--  CHI FW Felipe Araya

Manager: Héctor Almandoz

2019 Summer Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Chile DF Juan Pablo Andrade (from Ñublense)
6 Chile MF Felipe Elgueta (from Deportes Iberia)
9 Argentina FW Francisco Vazzoler (from Chacarita Juniors)
17 Chile FW Jorge Gálvez (from Deportes Valdivia)
20 Chile MF Francisco Sasmay (loaned from Deportes Antofagasta)
22 Argentina DF Adrián Reta (from Acassuso)
No. Position Player
24 Chile FW Santiago Espina (loaned from Platense)
25 Chile GK Hernán Muñoz (from Santiago Morning)
29 Argentina FW Maximiliano Quinteros (from Los Andes)
31 Chile FW Camilo Ponce (loaned from Everton)
33 Chile GK Jaime Guzmán (loaned from Rangers)
-- Chile FW Matías Sánchez (from San Marcos de Arica)

Out[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Uruguay DF Sebastián Ramírez (to Cobreloa)
5 Chile MF Nicolás Forttes (to Fernández Vial)
6 Argentina MF Nicolás Sandoval (back to Deportes Antofagasta)
7 Chile FW Francisco Román (to Deportes La Serena)
11 Chile MF Nicolás Manríquez (to Provincial Ovalle)
12 Chile GK Guillermo Orellana (to Deportes Temuco)
13 Chile DF Vincent Salas (to Fernández Vial)
No. Position Player
17 Chile DF Cristián Magaña (to Deportes Melipilla)
20 Chile MF Jonattan Núñez (Released)
21 Chile MF Ignacio Navarrete (to Fernández Vial)
29 Chile FW Francisco Ibáñez (to Deportes Valdivia)
30 Argentina FW Germán Estigarribia (back to Deportes Antofagasta)
34 Chile MF Ángelo González (Released)

Managers[edit]

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