Deportes Copiapó

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Club de Deportes Copiapó
Full name Club de Deportes Copiapó
Nickname(s) Leones, Albirojos
Founded 9 March 1999
Ground Estadio Luis Valenzuela Hermosilla, Copiapó, Chile
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Felipe Muñoz
Manager Rubén Sánchez
League Primera B
2015–16 11th

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.



Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Deportes Copiapó as of 16 January 2016 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Claudio González
2  CHI DF Juan Muñoz
3  CHI DF Jeisson López
5  CHI DF David Villarroel
6  CHI MF Wilson Piñónes
7  URU FW Javier Guarino
8  CHI MF Freddy Munizaga
9  CHI FW Nicolás Dávalos
10  ARG MF Nicolás Suárez
11  CHI MF Kevin Egaña
12  CHI GK Guillermo Orellana
13  CHI DF Baltazar Astorga
14  CHI FW Matías Sánchez
15  CHI FW Gabriel Williams
17  CHI FW Kevin Orrián
No. Position Player
18  CHI DF Daniel Mansilla
20  CHI MF Sebastián Villegas
21  CHI DF Jorge González
23  PAR DF David Portillo
24  CHI MF Danko Espinoza
26  CHI MF Diego González
27  PAR MF Faustino Bordón
28  CHI MF Luis Aguirre
29  ARG MF Juan Jaime
32  ARG FW Eduardo Pucheta
--  CHI DF Roberto Muñoz
--  CHI MF Jeison Rojas
--  CHI MF Ángelo González
--  CHI FW Felipe Muñoz
--  CHI DF Francisco Sepúlveda

Manager: Rubén Sánchez

2016–17 Winter Transfers[edit]


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

No. Position Player
-- Chile GK Claudio González (from Everton)
-- Chile GK Guillermo Orellana (from Coquimbo Unido)
-- Chile DF David Villarroel (back from Fernández Vial)
-- Chile DF Jorge González (from Provincial Osorno)
-- Chile DF Francisco Sepúlveda (from Deportes Antofagasta)
-- Chile MF Luis Aguirre (from Coquimbo Unido)
No. Position Player
-- Chile MF Kevin Egaña (from Deportes Rengo)
-- Chile MF Ángelo González (loan from Deportes Antofagasta)
-- Chile FW Felipe Muñoz (loan from Deportes Antofagasta)
-- Argentina FW Eduardo Pucheta (loaned from Vélez Sarsfield)
-- Chile FW Matías Sanchez (from Deportes Concepción)
-- Chile FW Kevin Orrián (loan from Colo-Colo)


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

No. Position Player
1 Chile GK Ignacio González (to Palestino)
7 Chile MF Juan Carvajal (Released)
10 Chile MF Christian Pavez (to Cobreloa)
11 Argentina FW Diego Santander (Released)
12 Chile GK Fernando Burgos (to Deportes Colchagua)
14 Chile MF Mario Ahumada (Released)
16 Chile DF Josué Vallejos (Released)
No. Position Player
17 Chile MF Juan Toloza (Released)
19 Chile DF Diego Muñoz (Released)
21 Argentina MF Luis Bevacqua (to Calcio Chieri)
25 Chile GK José Acevedo (to Malleco Unido)
28 Argentina MF Matías Grandis (to Chaco For Ever)
30 Chile DF Marco Hidalgo (Released)
-- Chile FW Ramsés Bustos (to Deportes Valdivia)


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