Real Garcilaso

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Real Garcilaso
Real Garcilaso Logo.png
Full name Asociación Civil Real Atlético Garcilaso
Nickname(s) La Máquina celeste (The Light blue Machine)
Founded July 28, 2009; 9 years ago (2009-07-28)
Ground Inca Garcilaso de la Vega,
Cusco, Peru
Ground Capacity 45,000
President Peru Julio Gerardo Vásquez Granilla
Manager Uruguay Tabaré Silva
League Torneo Descentralizado
2017 Torneo Descentralizado, Runner-up
Website Club website

Asociación Civil Real Atlético Garcilaso, commonly referred to as Real Garcilaso, is a Peruvian football club based in the city of Cusco, Peru.



The club was founded 2009 by students of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega school, in that year Real Garcilaso played the second division in Cusco. Real Garcilaso got to the finals where they defeated Cienciano and went up to first division of Cusco.

In the 2010 Copa Perú, the club classified to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Sportivo Huracán of Arequipa in the round of 16.

In the 2011 Torneo Intermedio, the club was eliminated by Sport Áncash in the quarter-finals.

In the 2011 Copa Perú, the club defeated Pacífico in the finals and qualified to the 2012 Torneo Descentralizado.

Primera División[edit]

In the 2012 Torneo Descentralizado, the club had a successful campaign with Andy Pando who was the tournament's top goalscorer, and made it to the final where it was defeated by Sporting Cristal. It also qualified for the 2013 Copa Libertadores second round. In 2013, They reached the final for the second year in a row and qualified for the 2014 Copa Libertadores after finishing as the top club during the tournaments first stage. In the Liguilla A, the club fought against Sporting Cristal for a spot in the finals which they played against Universitario. After winning at home and losing away, a third match was played in which they lost the play-offs 4–5 on penalties.

Copa Libertadores[edit]

In the 2013 Copa Libertadores, the club was eliminated by Santa Fe in the quarter-finals.

In the 2014 Copa Libertadores, according to Soccerly, Cruzeiro player Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento (better known as Tinga) was subjected to racist abuse at the game against Real Garcilaso in Huancayo. The South American Football Federation (CONMEBOL) tweeted that the incident would be “handle this situation and any pertinent sanctions.”


Real Atlético Garcilaso has a rivalry with Cusco clubs Deportivo Garcilaso and Cienciano. The three clubs share a home stadium.


Real Garcilaso play their home games in Estadio Garcilaso de la Vega which is in Cusco. It was named after the Peruvian Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. When first inaugurated in 1950, it had a spectator capacity of 22,000 and had a running track. In 2004, the stadium's capacity was expanded to 42,000, losing its running track, because of Cienciano's success in international tournaments and it would be a venue in the 2004 Copa América. The team also plays some games at Estadio Túpac Amaru in Sicuani [1].



Runner-up (3): 2012, 2013, 2017
Runner-up (1): 2017
Runner-up (2): 2015, 2017
Winners (1): 2011


Winners (1): 2011
Runner-up (1): 2010
Winners (1): 2010
Winners (1): 2010
Winners (1): 2010

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

Competition A P W D L GF GA
Copa Libertadores 3 16 5 1 10 14 26
Copa Sudamericana 1 4 1 1 2 4 5

A = appearances, P = matches played, W = won, D = drawn, L = lost, GF = goals for, GA = goals against.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2013 Copa Libertadores Group Stage Colombia Santa Fe 1–1 0–2
Colombia Deportes Tolima 0–3 1–0
Paraguay Cerro Porteño 5–1 1–0
R2 Uruguay Nacional 1–0 0–1 (pen. 4–1)
QF Colombia Santa Fe 1–3 0–2
2014 Copa Libertadores Group Stage Brazil Cruzeiro 2–1 3–0
Uruguay Defensor Sporting 0–2 4–1
Chile Universidad de Chile 1–2 1–0
2016 Copa Sudamericana First Stage Ecuador Aucas 1–0 1–2
Second Stage Chile Palestino 2–2 0–1
2018 Copa Libertadores Group Stage Brazil Santos 2–0
Argentina Estudiantes 0-3
Uruguay Nacional 0-0 0-4

Current squad[edit]

As of 26 February 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Peru GK Jonathan Medina
2 Peru DF Jesús Arismendi
3 Peru DF Oswaldo Rivas
4 Mexico DF Lampros Kontogiannis
5 Peru DF Ederson Mogollón
6 Peru DF Alexis Cossio
7 Peru MF Luis García
8 Peru MF Giordano Mendoza
9 Colombia FW Zamir Valoyes
10 Argentina MF Alfredo Ramúa (captain)
11 Peru FW Jhonny Vidales
13 Peru DF Juan Lojas
14 Peru MF Luis Enrique Álvarez
16 Peru MF Rudy Palomino
No. Position Player
17 Peru MF Jean Tragodara
18 Peru DF José Junhior Velásquez
19 Peru FW Diego Mayora
20 Peru MF Julio Landauri
21 Paraguay FW Óscar Franco
22 Peru MF Luis Acuy
23 Argentina GK Diego Morales
24 Peru DF Ángel Pérez
25 Peru GK Luis Ortiz
26 Peru MF Miguel Aucca
27 Peru DF Iván Santillán
28 Peru MF Darey Pérez
29 Peru MF Jean Archimbaud
31 Peru DF Gustavo Dulanto


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