Sport Boys Warnes

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Sport Boys
Full nameSport Boys Warnes
Nickname(s)El Toro Warneño
Founded17 August 1954
GroundEstadio Samuel Vaca Jiménez
ChairmanCarlos Romero
ManagerMauro Blanco
LeagueBolivian Football Regional Leagues
2019 ClausuraDivisión Profesional, 14th

Club Sport Boys Warnes is a professional football team based in Warnes, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia that competes in the Bolivian Primera División.


The club was founded on 17 August 1954.[1] The club reached in 2013 the second place of the Liga Nacional B and was for the first time in its history promoted to the Bolivian Primera División.[2] Warnes signed to the beginning of 2014 the former Argentine footballer Néstor Clausen as new coach.[3] The club ranks 2014 three internationals for the Bolivia national football team with goalkeeper Sergio Galarza, defender Carlos Mendoza and Joaquín Botero.[4]

In 2014, sitting Bolivian president Evo Morales signed a contract for 200 dollars a month with Sports Boys Warnes, becoming the oldest active professional soccer player in the world.[5]

Current squad[edit]

As of 3 May 2018[6]

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

No. Position Player
1 Bolivia GK Saidt Mustafá
2 Bolivia DF Jordy Candia
3 Paraguay DF Óscar Velázquez
5 Bolivia DF Jesús Flores
7 Argentina FW Imanol Iriberri
8 Argentina MF Luciano Ursino
10 Spain MF José Luis Capdevila
11 Bolivia MF Edivaldo Rojas
17 Bolivia MF Jorge Rojas
18 Bolivia MF Mauricio Saucedo
21 Bolivia MF Guery García
No. Position Player
22 Brazil MF Ferreira
23 Bolivia GK Miguel Mercado
25 Bolivia MF Damir Miranda
27 Spain FW Armiche
28 Bolivia DF Óscar Ribera (on loan from Bolívar)
29 Colombia FW Yoni Angulo
Bolivia FW Carmelo Algarañaz (on loan from Oriente Petrolero)
Bolivia DF Julio Pérez
Bolivia MF Olvis Justiniano
Bolivia DF Juan Rivero
Bolivia GK Fabián Rojas

Notable managers[edit]

National Honours[edit]

2015 Apertura

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Sport Boys Archived 2010-06-17 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Liga del Futbol Profesional Boliviano Wrap: Dream start for Sport Boys
  3. ^ Sport Boys contrata al DT Clausen – La Razón
  4. ^ Sport Boys pretende alcanzar la punta ganando a Real Potosí
  5. ^ "Bolivian President Evo Morales signed by football club". BBC News. Retrieved 24 May 2014.
  6. ^ Liga del Fútbol Profesional Boliviano – SPORT BOYS WARNES
  7. ^ Hilda Ordoñez defiende su designación como DT de Sport Boys