Club Almagro

Almagro
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Full name Club Almagro
Nickname(s) El Tricolor
Founded January 6, 1911
Ground Estadio Tres de Febrero, José Ingenieros,
Greater Buenos Aires
(Capacity: 19.000)
Chairman Juan Carlos Carinelli
Manager Mario Finarolli
League Primera B Metropolitana
2010-11 11th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Club Almagro is a sports club from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The club is mostly known for its football team which currently plays in the Primera B Metropolitana, the regionalised third division of Argentine football league system.

Almagro was founded on January 6, 1911, in the Almagro neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. The club still has its sports facilities there for its members, but the football stadium (with a capacity of 19,000) is located in José Ingenieros, Greater Buenos Aires.

Almagro played one year in first division in 1938 after winning the first second division tournament that awarded a promotion. Later the team won the 1968 second division tournament, but had to participate in the Reclasificatorio tournament with first division teams and other second divisioners and didn't won the promotion. The Tricolores played most of the time in second division, a few years in third division, but in 2000 and 2004 they won the promotion to first division, only to be relegated both times after only one season playing at the top level.

Contents

Current Squad 2010/11

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

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Ezequiel Bucciarelli
Argentina GK Matías Coloca
Argentina GK Diego Pave
Argentina DF Victor Suigo
Argentina DF Gerardo Maidana
Colombia DF Brahaman Sinisterra
Argentina DF Nicolás Arrechea
Argentina DF Matias Palavecino
Argentina DF Juan Talin
Argentina DF Hernán Ruquet
Argentina DF Maximiliano Salinas
Argentina DF German Lanaro
Argentina MF Franco Quiroz
Argentina MF Claudio Ortiz
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Agustín Farías
Argentina MF Diego Figueroa
Peru MF Óscar Vega
Argentina MF Julio Junco
Argentina MF Germán Libramento
Argentina MF Hernán Pérez
Argentina MF Santiago Dos Reis
Argentina MF Nicolás Rubén Caputto
Argentina MF Jonathan Encina
Argentina FW Juan Pablo Gomez
Argentina FW Emiliano Bonfigli
Colombia FW Richard Murillo
Argentina FW Sergio Kasburg

Notable former players

Titles

The team that won the Primera B title in 1937.
The 1971 Primera C champions.
1937, 1968 [1]
1971 [1]

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