Talleres de Perico

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Talleres de Perico
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Full name Club Atlético Talleres
Nickname(s) Expreso
Founded 4 April 1944; 73 years ago (1944-04-04)
Ground Estadio Dr Plinio Zabala, Perico,
Jujuy Province, Argentina
Ground Capacity 6,000
League Torneo Argentino A
2010–11 4th of Zona 8
(eliminated on first stage)
Website Club website

Club Atlético Talleres (sometimes specified Talleres de Perico) is a sports club from Perico, in Jujuy Province, Argentina. Mostly known for its football team, Talleres currently plays in the Torneo Argentino B, which is the regionalised fourth tier of the Argentine Football Association league system.

Talleres originated from an earlier club named Club Atlético Estación Perico, founded in 1932.

History[edit]

The first field that was used in the current work of the city San Martin Square, formerly known as Carlos Zabala by villagers then Perico Station. The first news we have about a sporting institution dedicated to soccer practice in the then Perico Station, dates back to August 26, 1932, the date on which the legislature of the province, the force of law punishable by a donation of $200 national currency for Club Atlético Perico Station, awarded by the provincial government. The law in question is countersigned by the president of the HCD, and R. Pérez Bidondo Alisedo (secretary), as shown in the document found in the gallery in the recall. The first pitch for the sport of football, I run into what is now the main town square called Plaza San Martin, formerly called Carlos Zabala and which were carried out only friendly matches between integrated teams by the then inhabitants village Perico Station. The year was 1942, in the village there was a club called Perico Racing Club, headed by Mr. Leandro Vaca, barber profession, and the collaboration of Don Filomeno Cáceres, an employee of the plant belonging to the Flia. Lamas. After a year, these two friends distancing occurs, and Don Filomeno Cáceres founded a summer club called Club Workshops, which is the name chosen for having made for the first time in a garage owned by Don Napoleon of Moral (Cañemo store). Located on Calle San Martin, where it is now The Tucumana business, start working on the possibility of making this summer club an institution with applicable statutes.

Stadiun[edit]

  • The stadium of Club Atlético Talleres is called Doctor Plinio Zabala is located in Ciudad Perico, has a capacity of 5000 people.
  • This is also a Basquetball stadium inaugurated on April 14, 2011 with a capacity of over 2000 people sentadas.El Stadium was built by the Government of the Province of Jujuy for 77th Argentine Championship of Basketball which will host as a subsidiary a total of 15 matches of the group stage.
  • In 2012 he first played under floodlights at the stadium, it is noteworthy that the reflectors were assigned by the Board of the Club Gimnasia de Jujuy.
  • The stadium got a full house in 2007 against Anthony Youth jumps where 6,000 people attended.
  • While workshops took more public was not in the stadium, it was at the stage of the capital of Jujuy "23 August" against Atletico Tucuman where 18,000 people being 7,000 supporters express and 11,000 deans in a clash for the final round of the tournament attended Argentino "a" edition 2007/2008 workshops in which I remain removed versus tucumano team.

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