Walter Ormeño de Cañete

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Walter Ormeño
Club Deportivo Walter Ormeño.jpg
Full name Club Deportivo Walter Ormeño
Nickname(s) Ormeñistas
Founded October 10, 1950
Ground Estadio Roberto Yañez,
Ground Capacity 6,000
League Peruvian Segunda División
2013 Peruvian Segunda División, 8th

Club Deportivo Walter Ormeño (sometimes referred as Walter Ormeño de Cañete) is a Peruvian football club, playing in the city of Cañete, Lima, Peru.


The Club Deportivo Walter Ormeño was founded on October 10, 1950. It was named Club Walter Ormeño, in honor of the goalkeeper from Universitario de Deportes, because most of the founders were supporters of the team. It originally played in the San Vicente District League in the beginning but it move to the Imperial District League where it would see much of its early success. The team would win the 1970 Lima Department League.

In 1974, The Peruvian Football Federation would promote all eight regional Copa Peru champions to the 1974 Torneo Descentralizado. That year would be the first and last year in which the club would play in the highest level of Peruvian football. It would be relegated on a new relegation system which eliminated the worst team in the league, the worst from the Metropolitan Lima area team, and the worst two teams from the Peruvian departments that had more than two teams in the league. This meant that Walter Ormeño, Piérola, and Juan Aurich would play an extra group stage to decide who would stay in the league where the team did not succeed. Years later it would be invited to play in the Peruvian Segunda Division where it would be runner-up behind Hijos de Yurimaguas in 1990 only to be relegated in 1991. In 2013, after a reaching the round of 16 of the 2012 Copa Peru it was invited to play the Peruvian Segunda Division once more.

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Runner-up (2): 1973, 1990


Winners (2): 1974, 2012
Winners (1): 1970
Runner-up (1): 2012
Winners (2): 1970, 2012
Winners (12): 1957, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 2012
Runner-up (4): 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963

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