Reboceros de La Piedad
|Full name||Club de Fútbol Reboceros de La Piedad|
|Founded||12 November 1951
as Club La Piedad
|Ground||Estadio Juan N. López
La Piedad, Michoacán
|Chairman||José Refugio Jiménez|
|Manager||Héctor Jair Real|
|Clausura 2017||2nd (Group) and 8th (Overall)|
|Website||Club home page|
Club de Fútbol Reboceros de La Piedad is a Mexican football club based in La Piedad, Michoacán. The club currently plays in the Liga Premier de Ascenso de Mexico in the Segunda División. Reboceros was founded in 1951 by football players from "Perros Bravos" neighborhood, most of them were craftsman working with leather and textile.
The club was founded in 1951. In 2001 the club won the Verano 2001 championship.
In June 2009, an Ascenso MX football club from the neighboring province of Guanajuato, Petroleros de Salamanca, relocated to La Piedad. The club changed its name to Club de Fútbol La Piedad, and four years later the club was promoted to Liga MX after defeating Neza FC in a promotion play-off. The club had asked permission to relocate from La Piedad before the new season began. The club was subsequently sold and its over sixty-year history ended when the new owners from Veracruz decided to liquidate the club to use its Liga MX license for their Ascenso MX team Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Ascenso MX: (2)
- Verano 2001, Apertura 2012
- Campeon de Ascenso: (2)
- 2001-02, 2012–13
- Segunda División "B": (2)
- 1984-1985, 1993-1994
- Claudinho da Silva
- Felipe Flores
- Rolando Fonseca
- Óscar Emilio Rojas
- Iván Hurtado
- Francisco Fonseca
- Rafael Medina
- Christian Patiño
- Daniel Rosello
- Ramon Morales
- Arturo Magaña
- Jorge Enrique Correa Osimani (July 2010–Aug 10)
- Antonio Ascencio Meza (Sept 2010–Dec 10)
- Marco Trejo (Jan 2011–March 11)
- Cristóbal Ortega (July 2011–May 13)
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- Alejos Balderas, Teresa (8 June 2009). "La Piedad, puede ser el destino final de Salamanca" [La Piedad may be the final destination of Salamanca] (in Spanish). El Sol de Salamanca.
- Marshall, Tom (21 May 2013). "Three teams to move in Liga MX". Goal.com.
- "Reales van a Chiapas y La Piedad a Veracruz". 28 May 2013.