Yaracuyanos F.C.

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Yaracuyanos Fútbol Club
Full name Yaracuyanos Fútbol Club
Founded 2006
Ground Estadio Florentino Oropeza
San Felipe, Venezuela
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Venezuela Daniel Morotti
Manager VenezuelaSpainBrazil Daniel De Oliveira since October 2015 6 W 3 D 1 L
League Segunda División Venezolana

The club Yaracuyanos Fútbol Club is a professional football club, founded in 2006 promoted to Venezuelan league in 2009, based in San Felipe.


In the 2006-2007 was their debut season in Tercera División being champions and winning promotion to Segunda División B of Venezuela. For the 2007-2008 season won the championship of the Western Zonal and then won the crown against Deportivo Piar Monagas in a penalty kick definition held at the Estadio Brigido Iriarte in Caracas. Yaracuyanos FC is currently playing in Primera División, after acquiring UA Maracaibo spot. [1]



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
Venezuela GK Rafael Sivira
Venezuela GK Ronald Garces
Venezuela DF Carlos Hernández
Venezuela DF Frank Presilla
Venezuela DF Ramón Sanchez
Venezuela DF Rubén Suárez
Venezuela DF Darwin Valbuena
Venezuela DF Néstor Rodríguez
Venezuela DF Alexander Osorio
Venezuela DF Carlos Luis Rodriguez
No. Position Player
Venezuela MF Jhon Pinto
Venezuela MF José Serrano
Venezuela MF Felipe Pérez
Venezuela MF Richard López
Venezuela FW Johan Moreno
Venezuela FW Jonathan Parra
Venezuela FW Edward Bracho
Venezuela FW Rayder Arteaga

External links[edit]

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