San Marcos de Arica

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San Marcos de Arica
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Full name Club Deportivo San Marcos de Arica
Nickname(s) CDA, Celeste ariqueña,
Bravos de Arica
Founded 14 February 1978
Ground Estadio Carlos Dittborn,
Arica, Chile
Ground Capacity 14,373
Chairman Carlos Ferry
Manager Emiliano Astorga
League Primera B
2015–16 Apertura: 15th
Liguilla Apertura: Not qualified
Clausura: 15th
Liguilla Clausura: Not qualified
Overall: 15th (Relegated)
Current season

Club Deportivo San Marcos de Arica also known as San Marcos, is a Chilean football club based in Arica, that is a current member of the Primera B de Chile.

The club was founded on February 14, 1978. Between 1978 and 2005 the club was called Deportes Arica. Their home games are played at the Estadio Carlos Dittborn, which has a capacity of 14,373 seats.

Honours[edit]

1981, 2012, 2014
  • Copa Campeones: 1
1982
1981
2007

Seasons[edit]

See also[edit]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Current squad of San Marcos de Arica as of 10 August 2016 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  URU GK Santiago Morandi
2  CHI MF Juan López
3  CHI MF Alan Fernández
4  CHI MF José Martínez
5  CHI DF Hardy Cavero
6  CHI MF Sebastián Méndez
7  CHI FW Christopher Singer
8  CHI MF Octavio Pozo
10  ARG MF Matías Arrúa
11  CHI FW Francisco Ibáñez
13  CHI DF Cristián Neculñir
14  CHI MF Michael Silva
15  CHI FW Iván Pardo
No. Position Player
17  CHI GK Zacarías López
18  CHI MF Richard Catrileo
19  CHI DF Boris Sandoval
20  CHI DF Christian Jelves
21  CHI FW John Agüero
22  CHI DF Hugo Bascuñán
23  CHI MF Jorge Henríquez
24  CHI MF Miguel Coronado
25  CHI FW Felipe Brito
27  CHI FW Jorge Guajardo
29  CHI MF Nicolás Valenzuela
30  CHI GK Diego Tapia
--  ARG FW Juan Oviedo

Manager: Emiliano Astorga

2016 Winter 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
Uruguay GK Santiago Morandi (from Ñublense)
Chile DF Hugo Bascuñán (from Unión La Calera)
Chile DF Hardy Cavero (loan from Colo-Colo)
Chile DF Boris Sandoval (from Cobreloa)
Chile DF Cristián Neculñir (back from Deportes Colchagua)
Chile MF Michael Silva (from Unión La Calera)
Chile MF José Martínez (loaned from Universidad Católica)
Chile MF Richard Catrileo (from Cobreloa)
No. Position Player
Chile MF Octavio Pozo (from Ñublense)
Chile MF Jorge Henríquez (loan from Audax Italiano)
Argentina MF Matías Arrúa (from Unión La Calera)
Chile FW Jorge Guajardo (loaned from Palestino)
Chile FW Iván Pardo (loan from O'Higgins)
Chile FW John Agüero (from San Antonio Unido)
Chile FW Francisco Ibáñez (from Deportes Concepción)
Argentina FW Juan Oviedo (back from Ñublense)

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
3 Chile DF Luis Casanova (to Deportes Temuco)
5 Argentina DF Nicolás Ferreyra (back to Belgrano)
8 Chile MF Augusto Barrios (loan to Deportes Antofagasta)
9 Chile FW Nicolás Medina (to Curicó Unido)
10 Uruguay FW Nicolás Fagúndez (to C.D. Águila)
11 Chile FW Nicolás Orellana (loaned to Everton)
13 Chile MF Kevin Medel (loaned to Everton)
14 Chile DF Claudio Jopia (to Huachipato)
15 Argentina FW Nicolás Bubas (Released)
No. Position Player
16 Chile MF Pablo Corral (to Deportes Antofagasta)
17 Chile MF Sebastián Rivera (to Curicó Unido)
18 Paraguay FW Carlos González (to Huachipato)
19 Chile MF Alejandro Vásquez (to Deportes Iberia)
21 Argentina FW Matías Defederico (to Mumbai City FC)
23 Chile DF Juan Abarca (to Deportes Iberia)
25 Chile GK Pedro Carrizo (Retired)
26 Uruguay FW Sebastián Gularte (to C.A. Progreso)
29 Argentina FW Sebastián Pol (back to Audax Italiano)

Managers[edit]

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