Deportivo Coatepeque

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El Deportivo Coatepeque
Deportivo Coatepeque.jpg
Full name El Deportivo Coatepeque
Nickname(s) Las Serpientes
Founded 1967
Ground Israel Barrios Stadium,
Coatepeque, Guatemala
Ground Capacity 20.000
President Lic. Ronaldo Samayoa
Manager Manuel Castañeda
League Primera División de Ascenso
2013 Clausura
Grupo A

El Deportivo Coatepeque, is a Guatemalan football club based in Coatepeque, Quetzaltenango Department.

They play their home games at Israel Barrios Stadium.[1]


Deportivo Coatepeque plays in the Liga Nacional (the Narional Major League of Guatemalan Football)

Deportivo Coatepeque was founded in 1967, under the name of Deportivo Independencia which was later changed to Deportivo Coatepeque.

The team won promotion to the premier Liga Nacional for the first time in their history and is playing in this top Guatemalan Major National League during the 2013–14 season.

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Guatemala GK Víctor Ayala
2 Mexico DF Omar Jaime (captain)
5 Guatemala DF Carlos Gallardo
6 Guatemala MF Javier del Águila
7 Guatemala MF Tyson Alavarado
8 Guatemala MF Diego Cardillo
10 Guatemala MF Edgar Méndez
11 Mexico FW Agustín Herrera
12 Guatemala DF José Lemus
14 Guatemala DF Ángel Pérez
15 Panama MF Armando Polo
16 Guatemala FW Luis Rivera
No. Position Player
17 Guatemala FW Yimi Villatoro
20 Guatemala FW Wilber Pérez
21 Guatemala DF Carlos Granados
22 Mexico DF Alvin Mendoza
23 Guatemala DF Kristian Guzmán
24 Guatemala DF Jorge Castañeda
25 Guatemala GK Manuel Sosa
27 Guatemala MF Luis Cos
29 Guatemala DF Luis Rodríguez
32 Guatemala GK Ilmer Ixlaj
88 Colombia MF Roberto Peña
99 Guatemala FW Gio Morales

Historical list of coaches[edit]


  1. ^ Stadiums in Guatemala – World Stadiums
  2. ^ DEPORTIVO COATEPEQUE – LigaPrimeraDivision
  3. ^ "Ziggy Korytoski Bio". San Diego State Athletics. Retrieved 5 May 2016. 
  4. ^ Calderón y Polo, con técnico nuevo en el Coatepeque – Crítica (Spanish)
  5. ^ Héctor Julián Trujillo llega como DT a Coatepeque – LaRed (Spanish)

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