Deportes Temuco

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Deportes Temuco
Full name Club de Deportes Temuco S.A.D.P
Nickname(s) Araucanos, Albiverdes
Founded 1960
Ground Estadio Municipal Germán Becker
Ground Capacity 18,100
Chairman Chile Marcelo Salas
Manager Argentina Dalcio Giovagnoli
League Primera B
2015-16 1st (Champion) (Promoted)

Deportes Temuco is a Chilean football club based in Temuco. It currently plays in the Primera B, or the second division, holding home games at the new Estadio Municipal Germán Becker.

The club was founded on February 22, 1960, as Deportes Temuco and again on March 20, 1965, after a merger with Green Cross. Until 1984, the club was known as Green Cross – Temuco, and, in 2007, changed its name to Deportivo Temuco, only on that season.

In 2013, the club fused with Unión Temuco, but the name of Deportes Temuco was kept, along with the logo and traditional white and green colors, making it seem as Deportes Temuco absorbing Unión rather than a fusion. Thanks to the fusion though, Deportes Temuco left the Segunda División and returned to Primera B for season 2013–14, using Unión Temuco's place in that league.

On the season 2015-2016 the team won the championship Primera B. So in the current season it plays in Primera A, the highest Chilean league of soccer.

Titles[edit]

1991, 2001
1987

Current Squad[edit]

Current squad of Deportes Temuco as of 3 January 2017 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Site

No. Position Player
2  CHI MF Sebastián Domínguez
4  CHI MF Sebastián Díaz
5  CHI DF Yerko Aguila
6  CHI MF Luis Casanova
7  CHI MF Cristián Canío
8  ARG FW Lucas Campana
9  CHI FW Matías Donoso
12  CHI GK Camilo Trejos
15  CHI DF Cristóbal Vergara
16  CHI DF Jaime Soto
17  CHI DF Diego Díaz
18  CHI MF Cristián González
20  CHI FW Felipe Manosalva
No. Position Player
21  CHI MF Joaquín Aros
23  PAR FW Cris Martínez
24  CHI DF Miguel Aceval
25  CHI GK José Gamonal
27  CHI FW Nicolás Canales
29  CHI MF Matías Araya
30  CHI MF Rubén Cepeda
--  CHI DF John Santander
--  CHI DF Nicolás Ramírez
--  CHI MF Matías Fracchia
--  CHI MF Mathías Riquero
--  CHI FW Rubén Farfán

Manager: Dalcio Giovagnoli

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
Chile DF John Santander (from San Luis de Quillota)
Chile DF Nicolás Ramírez (Loan from Universidad de Chile)
No. Position Player
Chile FW Rubén Farfán (from Universidad de Chile)

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 Matías Navarrete (Released)
10 Argentina MF Sergio López (to Once Caldas)
11 Chile FW José Huentelaf (back to Universidad de Concepción)
13 Argentina DF Mariano Almandoz (Released)
14 Chile MF Francisco Piña (to Santiago Wanderers)
No. Position Player
19 Chile MF Orlando Gutiérrez (Released)
26 Chile MF Fernando Lazcano (Released)
31 Chile GK Luis Marín (Released)
32 Chile MF Rodrigo Ureña (to Palestino)

Managers[edit]

See also[edit]

Green Cross

External links[edit]