San Luis de Quillota

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San Luis de Quillota
Logo
Full name Club Deportivo San Luis de Quillota
Nickname(s) Canarios
El Santo
Founded December 8, 1919
Ground Estadio Municipal Lucio Fariña Fernández,
Quillota, Chile
Ground Capacity 7,680
Chairman Gaspar Goycoolea
Coach Víctor Rivero
League Primera B
2013 Opening Champion 2013

San Luis de Quillota is one of the oldest Chilean football clubs, based in Quillota, Valparaíso Region, about 120 km from the capital Santiago de Chile. San Luis de Quillota plays in the Primera B de Chile, being the last Champion Division in the Opening 2013. Depending on results of Clausura Championship, starting January 5, 2014, San Luis de Quillota will have a new opportunity to return to the honour First A Division in May 2014.

History[edit]

The club was founded on December 8, 1919 in one of the class rooms of a local school (today Instituto Rafael Ariztía de Quillota), choosing as the first president to Manuel Calcagno. The name was in honour of one of the religious founders of the school, (Congregación de Hermanos Marista), Brother Luis. In almost 100 years of history, the Club is one of the references in the region of Valparaiso and nationally, being one of the main "players-factory" in Chile. In 2013, 7 to 8 in-house formed players are the main actors every weekend in the local Championship, having one of the youngest age average in Chile (23 years old). Main work is focused in small Divisions, such us under 11, 13, 15 and under 17 years.

Quillota is about 90,000 people, and a transition city between Santiago, the Capital, and Valparaiso, main port of the republic. San Luis de Quillota besides is one of the teams with bigger attendants in First B Division (number 3 in the most recent ranking, after Deportes Temuco and Deportes Coquimbo) and bigger of almost half of the First A Division, with an average about 3,000 peoples per game as a Local.

Honours[edit]

1955, 1958, 1980, 2009, 2013
1980
2003

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
1 Argentina GK Fernando de Paul
2 Paraguay FW Cris Martinez
3 Chile DF Felipe Salinas
4 Chile MF Álvaro Césped
5 Chile DF Víctor Morales
6 Chile FW Carlos Oyaneder
7 Chile MF Jean Meneses
8 Chile MF Carlos López
9 Argentina FW Cristian Campozano
10 Argentina FW Sergio Comba
11 Chile MF Alejandro Carrasco
12 Chile GK Alan Chaparro
13 Chile FW José Pizarro
No. Position Player
14 Chile DF Daniel Vicencio
15 Chile DF Javier Guzmán
16 Chile DF Brayams Viveros
17 Chile DF Guillermo Pacheco
19 Colombia MF Bryan Camilo Reyes
20 Argentina MF Rafael Viotti
21 Chile FW Matías Román
22 Chile GK Sebastián Barraza
23 Chile MF Gonzalo Rivas
24 Chile MF Felipe Saavedra
26 Chile DF Eduardo Otarola
27 Argentina MF Gabriel Díaz
28 Chile MF Marco Estrada

2015–16 Summer Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

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

No. Position Player
No. Position Player

Out[edit]

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

No. Position Player
18 Chile DF Matías Navarrete (back to Unión Española)
No. Position Player

Managers[edit]

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