Miramar Misiones

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Miramar Misiones
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Full name Club Sportivo
Miramar Misiones
Nickname(s) Cebritas, Monitos, Milrayitas
Founded 25 June 1980
Ground Parque Luis Méndez Piana,
Montevideo, Uruguay
Capacity 6,500
Chairman Edgardo Del Forno
League Segunda División
2013-14 15th (relegated)

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.


1942, 1953 (as Miramar), 1986
1917 (as Misiones), 1935 (as Misiones)
  • Divisional Intermedia (3rd level): 1
1971 (as Misiones)
1974 (as Misiones)
1917, 1937 (as Miramar)
  • Divisional Extra (4th level): 1
1953 (as Misiones)

Current squad[edit]

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.

No. Position Player
1 Uruguay GK Adrián Berbia
2 Uruguay DF Nicolás Gómez
3 Uruguay DF Santiago Mastrángelo
4 Uruguay MF Pablo Castro
5 Uruguay MF Jonathan Ríos
6 Uruguay MF Matías Appelt
7 Uruguay MF Cristian Higuimaran
8 Uruguay MF Ignacio Christophensen
9 Uruguay FW Federico Fernández
10 Uruguay FW Walter Pandiani
11 Uruguay MF Leonardo Melazzi (on loan from Danubio)
12 Uruguay GK Alberto Eiraldi
13 Uruguay DF Pablo Pallante
No. Position Player
14 Uruguay DF Cristian Colman
15 Uruguay DF Adrián Romero
16 Uruguay MF Marcelo Broli
17 Uruguay MF Agustín Miraballes
18 Uruguay FW Santiago Pallares
19 Uruguay MF Sebastián Pérez
20 Uruguay MF Facundo Tealde
21 Uruguay DF Matías Lazo (on loan from Defensor Sporting)
22 Uruguay MF Agustin Trinidad
23 Argentina MF Leonel García Barros
24 Uruguay MF Ignacio Avilés (on loan from Danubio)
28 Uruguay DF Nicolás Pandiani
99 El Salvador DF Dennis Marquez



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