Sporting San Miguelito
|Full name||Academia de Futbol Sporting San Miguelito|
|Ground||Estadio Bernardo "Candela" Gil
Panama City, Panamá
|Manager||Mario Anthony Torres|
|League||Liga Panameña de Fútbol|
The club was founded in 1989 by Cesar Morales as Sporting '89. In 1997, they beat Chorrillo to earn a promotion to the Liga Panameña de Fútbol. They made their top tier debut on 19 July 1997 against Chiriquí and they later changed their name to Sporting Coclé and finally Sporting San Miguelito.
They also played at different stadiums: starting at the Estadio Bernardo "Candela" Gil, then the El Ciruelito” de Antón and the Estadio Luis Ernesto (Cascarita) Tapia but since the reign of chairman Lucas Aleman they play at the Estadio Oscar Suman Carrillo at Panama University.
- Clausura 2013
- Primera A: 1
First team squad, as of August 17, 2013 
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Squad changes for the Apertura 2013
- Pablo Ochoa – Transferred from Deportivo Cuenca
- Anthony Basile – Transferred from Río Abajo
- Erick Davis – Loan from Fénix
- Juan De Gracia – Transferred from San Francisco
- Alcibiades Rojas – Transferred from Atlético Chiriquí
List of coaches
- Edgar López López (July 2008–08)
- Carlos Walcott (2009–Nov 09)
- Fernando García Ramos (Nov 2009–March 10)
- Percival Piggott (March 2010–Nov 10)
- Richard Parra (Dec 2010–Dec 11)
- Pacifico Girón (Jan 2012–Sept 12)
- Mario Anthony Torres (Sept 2012–)
- EL SPORTING SAN MIGUELITO ARRIBA A SUS VEINTICINCO ANIVERSARIO - Sporting SM
- "Plantilla-Primer Equipo (Apertura 2013)" (in Spanish). sportingsm.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2013-08-17.
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