|Full name||Institución Atlética Sud América|
|Nickname(s)||Buzones (postboxes), Naranjitas (oranges)|
|Founded||February 15, 1914|
|Ground||Parque Carlos Ángel Fossa
|Manager||José Riquelme Galiana|
|League||Uruguayan Primera División|
Institución Atlética Sud América, usually known as Sud América or IASA is a football club from San José de Mayo in Uruguay. They currently play in the Uruguayan 1st Division after winning the second level in mid 2013.
Sud América has won the Uruguayan 2nd Division on 7 occasions, this is a national record they share with Fénix. It was a hard-to-beat team back in the days and it was very economically stable.
After the relegation to 2nd Division in 1996, Sud América competed consecutively without success for 16 seasons, becoming the most popular team of the division. In the 2013 season (17th consecutive season in second) the club achieved the promotion to the Elite Division complying with its objectives wanting to return such division as a celebration of its centenary.
Estadio Carlos Angel Fossa
Sud América usually play their home games at Carlos Angel Fossa stadium, which is located in Montevideo, has a capacity of 6,000 spectators.
- 1951, 1954, 1957, 1963, 1975, 1994, 2013
Performance in CONMEBOL competitions
- Copa CONMEBOL: 1 appearances
- 1995: Second Round
- 1995 Copa CONMEBOL
|October 24, 1995 First round||Gimnasia LP||1–0||Sud América||La Plata, Argentina|
|Guglielminpietro||Report||Stadium: Estadio Juan Carmelo Zerillo
|October 31, 1995 First round||Sud América||4–0||Gimnasia LP||Paysandú, Uruguay|
|Report||Stadium: Estadio Parque Artigas
|November 15, 1995 Quarterfinals||Sud América||0–1||Atlético Colegiales||Paysandú, Uruguay|
|Report||Espínola||Stadium: Estadio Parque Artigas
|November 22, 1995 Quarterfinals||Atlético Colegiales||1–2
|Sud América||Asunción, Paraguay|
|Stadium: Estadio Manuel Ferreira
Sud América eliminated via penalties (4–3) due to draw on points 3–3.
As of December 23, 2015.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Julio César Ribas (Jan 1, 1994 – Dec 31, 1995)
- Julio Acuña (Jan 1, 2003 – July 1, 2003)
- Tabaré Silva (Aug 1, 2009 – May 21, 2010)
- Alejandro Apud (Aug 1, 2011 – June 30, 2014)
- Jorge Vivaldo (July 15, 2014 – Oct 5, 2015)
- Julio Comesaña (Oct 6, 2015–)
- Official Website (Spanish)