Trujillanos FC

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Trujillanos FC
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Full name Trujillanos Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Los Guerreros de la Montaña, Los Aurimarrones, El Tru
Founded 25 August 1981; 35 years ago (1981-08-25)
Ground Estadio José Alberto Pérez
Valera, Venezuela
Ground Capacity 25,000[1]
Chairman Venezuela Reinaldo Berardinelli
Manager Venezuela Darío Martínez
League Primera División Venezolana
2016 14th

Trujillanos Fútbol Club is a Venezuelan football team playing at the top level, the Primera División Venezolana. It is based in Valera. Their home stadium is Estadio Luis Loreto Lira.

At the end of the 2006–2007 season Trujillanos finished in the relegation places but the club won a reprieve when the Primera División Venezolana decided to expand from 10 to 18 teams, thus allowing the two teams in the relegation places to remain in the league.

Honours[edit]

Apertura 2014
1988–89
1992, 2010

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions[edit]

1995: First Round
2002: Preliminary Round
2005: Second Preliminary Round
2010: First Round
2011: Second Round
2013: First Round
2014: First Round

Current first team squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Venezuela GK Héctor Pérez
4 Venezuela DF Johan Osorio
6 Venezuela DF Fiorim Caballos
6 Venezuela MF Wildiyonh Vivas
8 Venezuela MF Gerardo Mendoza
9 Argentina FW Sergio Álvarez
10 Colombia FW Alfredo Padilla
11 Argentina MF Sebastián Contreras
12 Venezuela GK Leandro Díaz
13 Venezuela DF Carlos Castro
14 Venezuela DF Mayker González
No. Position Player
15 Venezuela MF Maurice Cova
16 Argentina FW Gustavo Britos
17 Venezuela DF Édixon Cuevas
19 Venezuela DF Galileo Del Castillo
23 Venezuela DF Luiryi Erazo
24 Venezuela FW Irwin Antón
25 Venezuela GK Roberto Olivar
27 Venezuela DF Arnaldo Aranda
28 Venezuela FW Robert Mejía
29 Venezuela MF Carlos Sosa
Venezuela DF Wilker Terán
Venezuela DF Ismael Páez

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://nl.soccerway.com/venues/venezuela/estadio-jose-alberto-perez/

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