Municipal Real Mamoré

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Real Mamoré
Full name Municipal Real Mamoré
Nickname(s) Turbión Beniano
Founded 2006
Ground Estadio Gran Mamoré
Trinidad, Bolivia
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Bolivia Sebastian Paz
Manager Bolivia Sergio Apaza
League Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano
Adecuación 2011 11th

Municipal Real Mamoré is a Bolivian football (soccer) club from Trinidad, founded in 2006 after the merge of Municipal Trinidad and Real Mamoré, the team won the 2nd division tournament in 2006 and won promotion to 1st division. In early 2007 the team changed its name to Real Mamoré.

Current 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
Argentina GK Pablo Lanz (captain)
1 Bolivia DF Adhemar Arias
2 Bolivia DF Juan Pablo Fernández
3 Bolivia DF Ovidio Guatía
4 Bolivia DF Pedro Zabala
6 Bolivia DF Luis Alberto Reyes
7 Bolivia DF Ernesto Suarez
8 Bolivia MF Miguel Angel Camacho
9 Argentina FW Ivan Zerda
10 Argentina FW Juan Maraude
11 Argentina FW Martin Palavicini
13 Bolivia MF Rolando Campos
No. Position Player
14 Bolivia MF Porfirio Diez
15 Bolivia MF Carlos Alberto Duran
16 Argentina MF Juan Pablo Sanchez
17 Bolivia FW Oliver Fernandez
19 Bolivia GK Gustavo Fernandez
20 Bolivia MF Alan Loras
21 Bolivia DF Jorge Bruno
22 Brazil DF Cañato
23 Argentina FW Gaston Moyano
24 Bolivia MF Gustavo Arce
25 Bolivia MF Getulio Vaca Diez
26 Bolivia MF Carmelo Angulo


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