Club Sportivo |
|Nickname(s)||Cebritas, Monitos, Milrayitas|
|Founded||25 June 1980|
Parque Luis Méndez Piana,|
|Chairman||Edgardo Del Forno|
Club Sportivo Miramar Misiones, usually known simply as Miramar Misiones is an Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo. The club was formed from the merger of two clubs: Miramar (founded in October 17, 1915) and Misiones (founded in March 26, 1906), in June 1980. As part of the merger, the new strip for the new club was a mixture of those of the previous two clubs. The home strip (white and black) is the old Miramar strip, and the away strip was the one used by Misiones. What made this merger notable was that Miramar and Misiones were local derby rivals, having both originated in the same neighbourhood of Montevideo.
Previous to the creation of this club, Miramar also merged with legendary club Albion in 1976, forming 'Albion Miramar'. However, this entity lasted for only 2 seasons.
- Segunda División Uruguay (2nd level): 3
- 1942, 1953 (as Miramar), 1986
- Divisional Intermedia (2nd level): 2
- 1917 (as Misiones), 1935 (as Misiones)
- Divisional Intermedia (3rd level): 1
- 1971 (as Misiones)
- Segunda División Amateur (3rd level): 1
- 1974 (as Misiones)
- Divisional Extra (3rd level): 2
- 1917, 1937 (as Miramar)
- Divisional Extra (4th level): 1
- 1953 (as Misiones)
As of 15 May 2014.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Jorge González (Jan 1, 1996 – Dec 31, 1996)
- Roland Marcenaro (Jan 1, 2000 – Dec 31, 2003)
- Manuel Keosseián (June 1, 2005 – Oct 24, 2005)
- Julio Antúnez (May 24, 2010 – June 30, 2010)
- Roland Marcenaro (July 9, 2010 – Nov 16, 2010)
- Carlos Manta (Aug 15, 2011 – June 3, 2013)
- Luis Duarte (June 3, 2013 – Oct 7, 2013)
- Gonzalo de los Santos (Oct 9, 2013 – Feb 24, 2014)
- Daniel Sánchez (Feb 25, 2014–14)
- Carlos María Moralez (2014)
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