FC San Marcos

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San Marcos FC
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Full name San Marcos
Nickname(s) Los Canarios, Sanmarqueños
Founded 1982
Ground Estadio Leonardo G. Jara
San Marcos, Nicaragua
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Juan Edgar Selaya
Manager Marcos Bodán
League Primera División de Nicaragua
2013 Apertura 8th

FC San Marcos is a Nicaraguan football team playing in the Nicaraguan Premier Division.

It is based in San Marcos. Their home stadium is Estadio Leonardo G. Jara.


San Marcos won promotion back to the Nicaraguan Premier Division in summer 2013, after an absence of six years.[1]


Performance in CONCACAF competitions[edit]

  • CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup (3 appearances)
    1995 - Qualifying stage (Central Zone)
    1996 - Qualifying stage (Central Zone)
    2002 - Qualifying stage (Central Zone)

Current Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
2 Nicaragua DF Francisco Calero
3 Nicaragua DF Gaddys Beteta
4 Nicaragua DF Marcos Aguirre
5 Nicaragua DF Javier Calero
6 Nicaragua DF Gonzalo Molina
8 Nicaragua MF Nathanael Munguía
9 Nicaragua FW Adolfo Vanegas
10 Argentina MF Allan Marbella Morales
11 Nicaragua MF Leonardo Arias
14 Nicaragua DF Pablo David Dávila
15 Nicaragua MF Gabriel Méndez
20 Nicaragua DF Roger Baltodano
22 Nicaragua FW Francisco Navarro
24 Nicaragua MF Eliécer Hernández
No. Position Player
25 Nicaragua GK Manuel Pérez
27 Honduras FW Keysi Guerreo
Nicaragua GK Danny López
Nicaragua GK Norlan Munguía
Nicaragua DF Julio Tercero
Nicaragua MF Pedro Esteban
Nicaragua MF Ariel Veliz
Nicaragua MF Denis Medrano
Nicaragua MF Luis Sánchez
Nicaragua MF Gerald Cortéz
Mexico MF Victor Cardoso
Nicaragua MF José Uriarte
Nicaragua FW Ángel Arteaga

Squad Changes 2014 Apertura[edit]


  • Canada TBD - Transferred from TBD


Notable players[edit]

List of coaches[edit]

  • Nicaragua Nasser Jérez (2001)
  • Nicaragua Luis Diaz (2002)
  • Nicaragua Marcos Bodán (2009-) [1]


  1. ^ Reaparece San Marcos - Nuevo Diario (Spanish)

External links[edit]

  • [2] (wins promotion)