Mariscal Sucre

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Mariscal Sucre
Mariscal Sucre FC - peruvial football club.gif
Full name Mariscal Sucre de Deportes
Nickname(s) Los Dinamiteros
Founded 1925
Ground Estadio Nacional
Lima, Perú
Ground Capacity 45,000

Mariscal Sucre was a Peruvian football club, located in the city of Lima.

The club was founded with the name of Sucre FC and was promoted to Primera Division Peruana in 1933, later was renamed Mariscal Sucre de Deportes in 1951.[citation needed]

The club won the national tournament in 1944 and 1953. [1]

In 1968, Mariscal Sucre was relegated when Centro Iqueño defeated them in a relegation playoff, and it was their last appearance in the Primera Division Peruana.[citation needed]

Honours[edit]

National[edit]

Winners: 1944, 1953
Runner-up: 1939, 1949
Winners: 1959, 1962, 1965
Runner-up: 1969

References[edit]

  1. ^ Juan Pablo Andrés, Héctor Villa Martínez and Karel Stokkermans (23 December 2014). "Peru - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 December 2014. 

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