Chiapas F.C.

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Chiapas
Chiapas Jaguar.svg
Full name Chiapas Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Jaguares (Jaguars)
Los Felinos (The Felines)
La Bestia (The Beast)
Founded 27 June 2002; 13 years ago (2002-06-27)
Ground Estadio Víctor Manuel Reyna,
Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico
Ground Capacity 24,290[1]
Owner Carlos Hugo López Chargoy
Manager Ricardo La Volpe
League Liga MX
Clausura 2015 15th

Chiapas Fútbol Club formerly known as Club de Fútbol Jaguares de Chiapas is a football club based in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico currently playing in the Liga MX. The team plays their home matches at the Estadio Víctor Manuel Reyna. They are also known as Chiapas Jaguar.

History[edit]

Jaguares de Chiapas[edit]

The club in its Chiapas reincarnation was "founded" on 27 June 2002.[2] They played their first game on 3 August against Tigres de la UANL, losing 3–1, with Lucio Filomeno scoring the club's first ever goal. The club's first win came on 25 August, a 1–0 win over San Luis.[3] They finished the Apertura 2002, with a record of three wins, seven draws, and nine defeats. In the Clausura 2005 they finished with six wins, four draws, and seven defeats, and the head coach José Luis Trejo was sacked in the middle of the season. The club then named Antonio Mohamed as manager, but poor results meant another change with Fernando Quirarte taking over for the remainder of the season, bringing stability to the team and results improved.[4] They won the Chiapas Cup in 2004 and on 16 July 2005, they won the Chiapas Cup for a second time, by defeating Necaxa at the Victor Manuel Reyna Stadium. In February 2008 Sergio Almaguer was named manager of Chiapas.

In the Clausura 2006, under new coach Eduardo de la Torre, the club finished with the second best record over the regular season, and with it a place in the Play-offs, where they lost in the Quarter-finals to Guadalajara.[4]

On May 20, 2013, it was announced that the club was sold to Grupo Delfines whose majority stake holder Amado Yañez is also an owner of the club Querétaro FC Stating low attendance and lack of sponsorship, the new owner announced he would be moving the team to Querétaro to replace Querétaro FC recently relegated to the second division. The owner added the fans of Querétaro deserved a top division club in their city.[5][6]

old logo

Chiapas F.C.[edit]

On May 20, 2013 it was announced Chiapas Liga MX team Jaguares de Chiapas was sold and relocated to Querétaro, Mexico.[7] On May 28, 2013 it was announced the team San Luis was relocating to the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez and was renamed Chiapas Fútbol Club, thus bringing back a first division team back to Chiapas.[8] The new Chiapas franchise took over the San Luis television contract with Televisa.

Players[edit]

First-team 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
1 Mexico GK Jorge Villalpando (on loan from Morelia)
2 Argentina DF Javier Muñoz Mustafá (captain)
3 Mexico DF William Paredes
4 Mexico DF Luis Venegas
5 Mexico MF Diego de la Torre
6 Chile MF Francisco Silva
7 Argentina FW Alexis Canelo
9 Mexico FW Adrián Marín
10 Argentina FW Silvio Romero
11 Brazil MF Danilinho (on loan from Querétaro)
14 Mexico FW Luis Loroña (on loan from Querétaro)
16 Mexico DF Carlos López
17 Mexico DF Alonso Zamora (on loan from UANL)
No. Position Player
18 Colombia FW Avilés Hurtado (on loan from Pachuca)
19 Mexico FW Daniel González (on loan from Toluca)
20 Mexico DF Félix Araujo
21 Mexico GK Óscar Jiménez
22 Mexico MF Juan Pablo Vigón (on loan from Atlas)
24 Mexico DF Luis Rodríguez
28 Mexico DF David Andrade
30 Mexico GK Jesús Rodríguez (on loan from Puebla)
31 Mexico MF Edwin Sandez
32 Mexico MF Ricardo Cruz
33 Mexico MF Daniel Jiménez
35 Argentina MF Emiliano Armenteros

For recent transfers, see List of Mexican football transfers winter 2015–16.

Out on loan[edit]

No. Position Player
Mexico GK Alfredo Frausto (at Sinaloa)
Mexico GK Gerson Marín (at Oaxaca)
Mexico DF Julio Nava (at Atlas)
Mexico DF Orlando Rincón (at BUAP)
Brazil DF Bruno Pires (at Tapachula)
Mexico DF Carlos Utrilla (at Tapachula)
Chile MF Mathías Vidangossy (at UNAM)
Mexico MF César Villaluz (at Atl. San Luis)
Paraguay MF David Mendieta (at Atlante)
Mexico MF Francisco Acuña (loan to BUAP)
No. Position Player
Mexico MF Ignacio Torres (at Celaya)
Mexico MF Hugo Bueno (at Venados)
Mexico FW Jesús Moreno (at América)
Mexico FW Alejandro Durán (at Tapachula)
Mexico FW Darío Carreño (at Tapachula)
Chile FW Isaac Díaz (at Tapachula)
Uruguay FW Fernando Arismendi (at Tapachula)
Mexico FW José Rodolfo Reyes (at UAT)
Mexico FW Mauricio Romero (at Venados)

Reserve teams[edit]

Chiapas Premier
Reserve team that plays in the Segunda División in the third level of the Mexican league system.

Honours[edit]

  • Chiapas Cup: (3)
2003, 2005, 2007
2011

Top goalscorers[edit]

Players in bold are now current members of the team. Players in italics are now active but not in the team.

Pos Player Goals
1 Paraguay Salvador Cabañas 59
2 Colombia Jackson Martínez 48
3 Mexico Carlos Ochoa 40
4 Colombia Luis Gabriel Rey 27
5 Mexico Adolfo Bautista 22
6 Brazil Itamar Batista 21
7 Brazil Danilinho 17
8 Mexico Edgar Andrade 15
9 Argentina Javier Cámpora 13
10 Argentina Lucio Filomeno 13

Managers[edit]

Jaguares de Chiapas[edit]

Chiapas F.C.[edit]

Shirt sponsors and manufacturers[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt partner
2002–03 Garcis Soriana/Coca-Cola/Serfin/Superior/Farmacias del Ahorro
2003–04 Atletica Farmacias del Ahorro
2005–07 Atletica Farmacias del Ahorro
2007–08 Atletica Farmacias del Ahorro/Chiapas
2008–09 Atletica Farmacias del Ahorro
2009–10 Atletica Farmacias del Ahorro/Banco Azteca/Chiapas
2010–11 Atletica Banco Azteca/Coca-Cola/Sol
2011–12 Atletica Banco Azteca/Pepsi/Seguro Popular/Sol
2012–13 Joma Boing!/Sol/Banco Azteca/Seguro Popular
Apertura 2013 Pirma Soriana/Corona/Chiapas
Clausura 2014 Kappa Soriana/OCC/Corona/Chiapas/City Club
Apertura 2014 Pirma Chiapas/Corona/Autobuses Aexa

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]