Deportes Puerto Montt

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Deportes Puerto Montt
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Full name Club de Deportes Puerto Montt
Nickname(s) Salmoneros, Delfines
Founded May 6, 1983
Ground Regional de Chinquihue
Puerto Montt, Chile
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner Chile Jessica Uribe
Coach Chile Erwin Durán
League Primera B de Chile
2014–15 Segunda División, 1st (Champion) (Promoted)

Deportes Puerto Montt is a Chilean football club based in the city of Puerto Montt, Los Lagos Region. The club was founded May 6, 1983 and plays at the third level of Chilean football, the Segunda División.

Their home games are played at the Estadio Regional de Chinquihue, which has a capacity of 10,000 seats and will be hosted 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

History[edit]

The Club de Deportes Puerto Montt started its activities as a sports facility on May 6, 1983, playing in the actually Primera B de Chile.

On the sports have been mixed results, among which the runner-up of the Torneo Apertura Segunda Division in 1990, further promotion to First Division in 1996 (as second runner-category). In the year 2001 drops to the second level (Primera B). In 2002 returns to the Primera Division, when champion of the Primera B.

In the year 2006 is located in the 3rd position in the regular face of the Clausura 2006 fighting until the latest weeks by the quota Chile 3 than classified to the Copa Libertadores de America. Reached the stage of plays-off to get the lead in Group C (33 points) but stay in Quarter-final at the hands which eventually by the champion of the tournament, Colo Colo.

In the year 2007, in Apertura 2007 finished in 18th place after a poor campaign. In the Clausura 2007 not greatly improved its performance and won the 16th place in the tournament and 18th place in the acumuled table, (The penultimate scene of the 21 teams who had) which granted the Liguilla de Promocion to Primera A, which after 2 wins and 2 defeats at home visit as it is located on the 2nd place of the triangular and descends to the Primera B.

Stadium[edit]

Estadio Regional de Chinquihue
Chinquihue
Capacity 10,000
Field size 102 m × 68 m (335 ft × 223 ft)
Surface Artificial grass
Opened 1982
2013 (renovated)

Estadio Regional de Chinquihue is a multi-use stadium in Puerto Montt, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Deportes Puerto Montt. The stadium was built in 1982, with an original capacity of 11,300.

In 2011 and 2013 it was completely renovated, and currently holds 10,000 people. The stadium will be hosted seven matches of the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

National honors[edit]

Domestic[edit]

2002
2014–15

Current Squad[edit]

Current squad of Deportes Puerto Montt as of 16 July 2016 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  ARG GK Fabián Moyano
2  CHI DF Wladimir Herrera
3  CHI MF Felipe Chamorro
4  CHI MF Gerson Valle
5  CHI DF Rodrigo Jara
6  CHI MF José Bustamante
7  ARG FW Anibal Domeneghini
8  CHI MF Jonathan Núñez
9  CHI FW Walter Aguilar
10  CHI MF Felipe Báez
No. Position Player
11  CHI DF Diego Sepúlveda
12  PAR GK Cristián Limenza
13  CHI DF Vincent Salas
14  CHI DF Joaquín Díaz
15  CHI DF Diego Subiabre
16  CHI FW Pablo Soto
17  CHI DF Cristian Magaña
18  CHI FW Claudio Latorre
19  CHI MF Juan Pablo Abarzúa
24  CHI GK Matías Ojeda

Manager: Erwin Durán

2016–17 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
-- Paraguay GK Cristián Limenza (from Deportes Concepción)
-- Chile DF Rodrigo Jara (from Deportes Concepción)
-- Chile MF Gerson Valle (from Unión San Felipe)
No. Position Player
-- Chile MF Felipe Báez (from Deportes La Pintana)
-- Chile FW Claudio Latorre (from Barnechea)

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 Chile DF Lukas Riffo (to Deportes Vallenar)
4 Chile DF José Martínez (to San Marcos de Arica)
5 Chile MF Giovanni Narváez (to Rangers)
7 Chile MF Jefferson Castillo (to Rangers)
9 Chile FW Francisco Román (released)
10 Chile FW Diego Alvarado (to Magallanes)
12 Chile GK Sebastián Pérez (back to Everton)
No. Position Player
15 Chile MF Paul Araya (Released)
16 Paraguay FW Bibencio Servín (to Cobreloa)
18 Chile MF Jorge Romo (back to Everton)
21 Chile DF Leonardo Ruiz (Released)
22 Chile FW Nicolás Millán (Released)
24 Chile DF Felipe Núñez (Released)
25 Chile MF Oliver Toledo (Released)

Managers[edit]

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