Minervén S.C.

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Minervén SC
Full name Minervén Sport Club
Founded 1985
Ground Estadio Hector Thomas
El Callao, Venezuela
Polideportivo Cachamay
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
Ground Capacity 42,500
Chairman Venezuela Luciano Chávez
Manager Venezuela José Hernández
League Tercera División Venezolana

Minervén Sport Club, formerly Minervén Bolívar Fútbol Club, usually known as Minervén, is a Venezuelan football (soccer) club.


The club was founded on January 15, 1985, in Puerto Ordaz. In 2004 were replaced by Club Deportivo Iberoamericano. On July 27, 2007 they changed the name again to Minervén Bolívar Fútbol Club. The ran into financial trouble and changed their name to Minervén Sport Club, after re-starting from the lowest professional division in 2015.


The club plays their home matches at Estadio Hector Thomas, which has a maximum capacity of 42,500 people.



Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

Former logo
Former logo
1993: Round of 16
1994: Quarter-Finals
1996: Round of 16
1997: Round of 16
1994: Quarter-Finals


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