Deportes Melipilla

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Deportes Melipilla
Full nameCorporacion de Deportes Melipilla
Nickname(s)Potros, Caballos
FoundedJanuary 24, 1992
GroundEstadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez
Melipilla, Chile
ChairmanChile Leonardo Zúñiga
ManagerArgentina Jorge Contreras
LeaguePrimera B
WebsiteClub website

Deportes Melipilla is a Chilean football club, based on Melipilla, a comune in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. It was founded on January 24, 1992 as a successor of Club Deportivo Soinca Bata. Currently the team competes in the Segunda División after coming back up to this division due to financial problems faced in 2009, which led the team to go to Tercera Division A for the 2010 season. The club has its classic rival, San Antonio Unido match known as “Clásico del Maipo” or “The Maipo Derbi”.

Deportes Melipilla has its own stadium called Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez situated in its city with a capacity of 6,000.


2004, 2006


Current squad[edit]

Current squad of Deportes Melipilla as of 15 August 2018 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  URU GK Santiago Morandi
2  ARG DF Jorge Sotomayor
3  CHI DF Miguel Escalona
4  CHI DF Gonzalo Lauler
5  CHI MF Mario Sandoval
6  CHI MF José Luis Cabión
7  CHI FW Felipe Araya
8  CHI MF Paulo Cárdenas
9  PAR FW Gustavo Guerreño
10  CHI MF Emilio Hernández
11  CHI MF Fernando Meneses
12  CHI GK Diego Fuentes
14  CHI MF Christopher Barrera
15  CHI DF Boris Rieloff
16  BRA FW Luiz Ferreira
17  CHI FW Ricardo Fuenzalida
No. Position Player
18  CHI MF Mathías Vidangossy
19  CHI MF Alejandro Vásquez
20  ARG MF Ezequiel Pérez
21  COL MF Juan Camilo Portilla
22  CHI FW Jorge Troncoso
23  CHI MF José Cantillana
24  PLE DF Alexis Norambuena
25  CHI DF Eduardo Navarrete
27  CHI DF Carlos Gutiérrez
28  CHI MF Javier Maulén
30  CHI MF Fabrizzio Cortés
32  CHI FW Bibencio Servín
33  CHI DF Nélson Saavedra
35  CHI MF Gerardo Cortés
36  CHI GK Felipe Chávez
--  CHI MF Tomás Silva

Manager: Héctor Adomaitis

2019 Summer 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
1 Argentina GK Nicolás Peranic (from San Marcos de Arica)
2 Chile DF Mario Pardo (from Coquimbo Unido)
3 Chile DF Miguel Sanhueza (from Cobreloa)
7 Chile MF Joaquín Moya (from Barnechea)
9 Argentina FW Gonzalo Sosa (from Magallanes)
11 Chile FW Leonardo Olivera (from Deportes Valdivia)
14 Chile MF Gonzalo Mendiburo (from Deportes Recoleta)
15 Chile MF Nelson Sepúlveda (from Cobresal)
No. Position Player
17 Chile DF Cristián Magaña (from Deportes Copiapó)
18 Chile DF Francisco Ayala (from Coquimbo Unido)
20 Chile MF Boris Lagos (from Trasandino)
24 Argentina FW Milton Alegre (from General Velásquez)
26 Chile MF Brayan Garrido (loaned from Universidad de Chile)
30 Chile FW Brian Leiva (loaned from Universidad Católica)
-- Chile GK Boris Pérez (from Unión San Felipe)


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

No. Position Player
1 Uruguay GK Santiago Morandi (Released)
2 Argentina DF Jorge Sotomayor (to Cobán Imperial)
7 Chile FW Felipe Araya (Released)
10 Chile MF Emilio Hernández (Released)
13 Chile GK Jaime Bravo (Retired)
15 Chile DF Boris Rieloff (Released)
17 Chile MF Ricardo Fuenzalida (to Audax Italiano)
18 Chile MF Mathías Vidangossy (Released)
20 Argentina MF Ezequiel Pérez (Released)
No. Position Player
21 Colombia MF Juan Camilo Portilla (to Alianza Petrolera)
22 Chile FW Jorge Troncoso (to Austin Bold FC)
24 State of Palestine DF Alexis Norambuena (Released)
25 Chile DF Eduardo Navarrete (to Fernández Vial)
30 Chile MF Fabrizzio Cortés (Released)
32 Chile FW Bibencio Servín (Released)
33 Chile DF Nélson Saavedra (Released)
34 Chile FW Mathías Pinto (to Ñublense)
35 Chile MF Gerardo Cortés (Released)


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