Deportes Quindío

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Deportes Quindío
Deportes quindio crest.svg
Full name Corporación Deportes Quindío
Nickname(s) Los Cuyabros (from Cuyabra, a type of inedible pumpkin),
Los Cafeteros (The Coffee Growers),
El Milagroso (The Miraculous)
Founded 8 January 1951; 65 years ago (1951-01-08)
Ground Estadio Centenario
Armenia, Colombia
Ground Capacity 21,500[1]
Chairman Jesús Hernando Ángel
Manager José Eugenio Hernández
League Categoría Primera B
2015 9th
Website Club home page

Deportes Quindío is a professional Colombian football team based in Armenia, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera B. The club was founded on 8 January 1951, and its best achievement was win the 1956 tournament. They play their home games at the Centenario stadium. The club was called Atlético Quindío from 1953 to 1963.[2]



National Honours[edit]

Runners-up (2): 1953, 1954

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1998: Quarter-finals
1999: First Round

Current squad[edit]

As of 2016

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

No. Position Player
Colombia GK Julián Mesa
Colombia GK Carlos Rodríguez
Colombia DF Carlos Naranjo
Colombia DF Carlos Moreno
Colombia DF Heber Rentería
Colombia DF Wílmer Palacios
Colombia DF Diego Férnandez
Colombia DF Jáider Riquett
Colombia DF Jackson Montaño
United States DF Francisco Navas
Colombia DF Stiwar Mena
Colombia DF Juan Deusa
Colombia MF Didier Pino
Colombia MF Yeiner Orozco
No. Position Player
Colombia MF Giovanny López
Colombia MF Joan Mendoza
Colombia MF Christian Mina
Colombia MF Yeison Carabali
Colombia MF Jairo Borrero
Colombia MF Exneider Guerrero
Colombia MF José Luis Ramírez
Colombia FW Wilson Carpintero
Argentina FW Diego Sevillano
Colombia FW Gustavo Torres
Colombia FW Yílmar Filigrana
Colombia FW Johan Gómez Moreno
Colombia FW Duvan Mejía
Colombia FW Damir Ceter



Affiliated teams[edit]

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