Sport Boys

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Sport Boys
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Full name Sport Boys Association
Nickname(s) Los Rosados, Los Porteños,
La Misilera, Los Olímpico de Berlín, La Academia Porteña, La Rosada, La Nube Rosada
Founded 27 July 1927; 88 years ago (1927-07-27)
Ground Estadio Miguel Grau, Callao
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Peru Karla Bozzo
Manager Peru Rivelino Carassa
League Peruvian Segunda Division
2014 Peruvian Segunda Division, 12th
Website Club home page

Sport Boys Association, commonly referred to as Sport Boys or simply Boys, is a Peruvian football club based in the port city of Callao. It was founded on Peru's independence day, July 28, 1927. Its classic and historic rival is the Atlético Chalaco against whom dispute the Clasico Porteño derby of Callao. It is considered the fourth most important club in the history of Peruvian football as they have won 6 national titles and have the largest number of international appearances after Universitario, Sporting Cristal and Alianza Lima, teams of Lima.

History[edit]

The club was founded on July 28, 1927 by a group of young enthusiasts from El Callao who got together to fulfill the dream of a very important local football fan Gualberto Lizárraga to start a football club. The day before Peru's independence day, July 27, they held a meeting and at midnight, the group sang the National Anthem. Afterwards, they declared the club founded and named Lizárraga president and unanimously voted for the club name to be Sport Boys Association.

The team's original uniform was not pink but striped red and yellow.

Sport Boys was the first Peruvian football club to feature cheerleaders. Many of them, including Anelhí Arias, Shirley Cherres, and others that have become Peruvian celebrities.

Recent years[edit]

The last time Sport Boys became champions of the Primera División Peruana was 1984. Since then they have had a rollercoaster of ups and downs. Some of the ups have been being runners-up in the 1990 and 1991 First Division after having won the Segunda División Peruana to gain promotion. In 1999 the Sport Boys qualified for the Copa CONMEBOL, and in 2001 for the 2001 Copa Libertadores. Since then that team has had more downs than ups by avoiding relegation to the Segunda División Peruana by winning an end of season playoff match that went down to a penalty shootout against José Gálvez in the 2006 season. During 2008 their campaign was worse than the 2007 campaign leaving the Sport Boys in the bottom of the standings for most of the Apertura tournament. Financial issues were also haunting the club in 2008, so severe that they have not been able to pay their players from March 2008. Some players like midfielder Montenegro have had to do taxi work at night to be able to support their families. That year they were relegated to the Segunda División Peruana but on October 17, 2009, after a great season, Sport Boys went on to beat Cobresol 3–2 for the Segunda División Peruana finals to go back into the Primera Division Peruana, where it played for three seasons before been inundated with economical problems, and then finishing 15th during the 2012 season which relegated them back to the Peruvian Segunda Division

Kit evolution[edit]

1927
Old First kit, 2008–09 Away
1927–Present
Home
1927–07, 2010–1?
Away

Rivalries[edit]

Sport Boys has had a long-standing rivalry with Atlético Chalaco, Alianza Lima, Sporting Cristal, Deportivo Municipal, and Universitario.

Stadium[edit]

Sport Boys plays its home games at the Estadio Miguel Grau. It has a capacity of about 15,000. Before this stadium was built, they had to use the 5,000 spectator capacity Telmo Carbajo, a stadium that was in bad condition and unfit to host football matches. It was the first stadium in Callao. Sport Boys were forced to play their games in the Estadio Nacional, where they would be far away from their fans.

Honours[edit]

National[edit]

Winners (6): 1935, 1937, 1942, 1951, 1958, 1984
Runner-up (9): 1938, 1950, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1976, 1990, 1991
Runner-up (2): 1998, 2000
Winners (1): 1990-I
Runner-up (1): 1991-I
Winners (2): 1989, 2009

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1967: First Round
1977: Quarter-finals
1985: Quarter-finals
1991: First Round
1992: First Round
2001: First Round
1999: Quarter-finals

Current squad[edit]

As of 2016

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

No. Position Player
Peru GK Jairo Silva
Peru GK Pedro Ynamine
Peru DF Robert Castro
Peru DF Miguel Duarte
Peru DF Jorge Huamán (Captain)
Peru DF Paolo Huamán
Peru DF Andru Liñán
Peru DF Atilio Muente
Peru DF Jordan Reyes
Peru DF Alessio Rigacci
Peru MF Dangelo Artiaga
Peru MF Anderson Cueto
No. Position Player
Peru MF Carlos Elías
Ivory Coast MF Hervé Kambou
Peru MF William Laya
Peru MF Randall Núñez
Peru MF Ryan Salazar
Peru MF Manuel Tejada
Peru MF Rainer Torres
Peru FW Edson Barrientos
Peru FW Ayrton Freundt
Peru FW Manuel Olaya
Peru FW Darey Pérez
Peru FW Héctor Vega
  • The Limit of foreign players a Peruvian club can have is six, of which only four can play simultaneously. The roster also should include Peruvian footballers born from 1990 onwards, forcing the accumulation of a minimum of 2000 minutes of action during the Primera División Peruana 2010.[1]

Technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Peru Jorge Espejo
Assistant Manager Peru Eusebio Salazar
Goalkeeping Coach Peru Julio Colina
Fitness and Conditioning Coach Peru Félix Gutiérrez Garay
Assistant Fitness and Conditioning Coach Peru Yuri Salazar
Team Doctor Peru Edgar Huarcaya Saavedra
Physiotherapist Peru Dany Fiestas Muñoz
Equipment Manager Peru Carlos Moya Cervantes
Assistant Equipment Manager Peru Jimmy Valdivia
Field Manager Peru Juan Carlos Quispe

Notable players[edit]

For a list of all former and current Sport Boys Association players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Sport Boys footballers.

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adfp.org.pe (ed.). "Bases Torneo Descentralizado 2010 - Article 55 º. Skilled players, owners and foreigners" (in Spanish). Retrieved February 8, 2010. 

External links[edit]

Official websites
Non-official websites