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C.D. Universidad de Concepción

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Universidad de Concepción
Universidad concepcion.png
Full nameClub Deportivo Universidad
de Concepción
Founded8 August 1994
GroundEstadio Ester Roa,
Concepción, Biobio Region
Capacity30,448
ChairmanMariano Campos
ManagerHugo Balladares
LeaguePrimera B
2020Primera División, 14th of 18 (relegated by play-off)
WebsiteClub website

Club Deportivo Universidad de Concepción also known as Universidad de Concepción, are a Chilean football club based in Concepción, that is a current member of the Primera B. The club's home stadium is the Estadio Ester Roa de Concepción, that has a 30,480 spectators capacity.

History

A "Club Deportivo Universitario" amateur team played in the Regional Championship in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. They played with teams like Naval de Talcahuano, Lord Cochrane and Fernández Vial and became champions in 1962. The current Club Deportivo Universidad de Concepción was founded in 1994.

Tercera División: 1994–1997

Universidad de Concepción participates in football as a member of the Tercera División, organized by the Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur (ANFA). The team played its first match against Deportes Talcahuano at Estadio El Morro on 10 April 1994. The club's coach was former Universitario footballer Luis Vera Avendaño. With 22 points that season, the club finished fourth in the South-central Zone in Tercera División and was nearly promoted to the Primera B (Premier B).

In the next season, Universidad de Concepción failed to duplicate the results of the last season, finishing seventh in the South Zone. However, the club won the relegation play-offs.

During the 1996 season, with former footballer Mario Osbén as the coach, the club was runner-up in the Tercera División, after finishing second behind Santiago Morning in the quadrangular play-offs. Universidad de Concepción had a record of sixteen victories and six defeats in 34 games.

In 1997, Universidad de Concepción won the Tercera División. The club was promoted to Premier B, the first professional tournament and the first title for the club following a 2–1 victory over Unión La Calera on 8 December 1997.

Professional era

Nicolás Peric scored a goal for Universidad de Concepción in 2004
Nicolás Peric scored a goal for Universidad de Concepción in 2004

In its first professional season, the club had success in Premier B 1998 and nearly qualified for the promotion play-offs to Primera División (Premier Division).

In 1999, the club finished ninth, prompting changes in club administration, including the hiring of a new coach, Luis Marcoleta. By 2002, the club was promoted to the Premier Division.

Jorge Valdivia, player of the club during 2003
Jorge Valdivia, player of the club during 2003

In 2003, under coach Fernando Díaz, the club unexpectedly qualified for the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana in 2004.

In the Copa Libertadores, the club qualified in Group 3 with Cruzeiro, Santos Laguna and Caracas. However, the club finished last. In the Copa Sudamericana, the club qualified for the Chile/Bolivia preliminary after a victory over Santiago Wanderers. However, the team was eliminated after being defeated 4–2 by Bolívar in La Paz. The club's second goal in this game was scored by goalkeeper Nicolás Peric. The club was recognized as the best club in Chilean football by the IFFHS in 2004.

During the Torneo de Apertura 2006, Universidad de Concepción advanced to the semi-finals against Colo-Colo, but the team was defeated 4–3 in the first leg and 2–0 in the second leg. However, they earned the fifth position in the Annual Table of 2006. In the next season, under coach Marcelo Barticciotto, the team was runner-up in the Torneo de Clausura 2007, having been defeated again by Colo-Colo.

In the 2008 season, Barticciotto was dismissed and replaced by Jorge Pellicer. In the Torneo de Apertura, the club finished in 16th place with 21 points. In the second semester tournament, the Torneo de Clausura, the club again ended in 16th position, going to the promotion play-offs of Premier B (Second Division) against Coquimbo Unido. The club won this match in a 5–1 aggregate.

In the Copa Chile 2008–09, the club was proclaimed champion of the tournament after a 2–1 victory over Deportes Ovalle at Francisco Sánchez Rumoroso Stadium.

After a difficult showing at the Torneo de Apertura 2009, the club earned fifth place at the Torneo de Clausura. The club was eliminated once again by Colo-Colo.

In the 2010 Premier Division, Universidad de Concepción ended in 15th place with 38 points. The club went to the promotion play-offs and defeated Curicó Unido, a team which had been recently relegated to Premier B.

Honours

2008–09, 2014–15
2013
1997

South American cups history

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2004 Copa Libertadores Group 3 Mexico Santos Laguna 2–2 2–2 4th Place
Brazil Cruzeiro 1–3 0–5
Venezuela Caracas 2–3 0–1
2004 Copa Sudamericana First Round Chile Santiago Wanderers 2–1 1–0 3–1
Second Round Bolivia Bolívar 0–0 2–4 2–4
2015 Copa Sudamericana First Round Paraguay Nacional 1–3 1–2 2–5
2016 Copa Sudamericana First Round Bolivia Bolívar 2–0 0–3 2–3
2018 Copa Libertadores Prel. Second stage Brazil Vasco da Gama 0–4 0–2 0–6
2019 Copa Libertadores Group C Argentina Godoy Cruz 0–0 0–1 4th Place
Paraguay Olimpia 3–3 1–1
Peru Sporting Cristal 5–4 0–2

Stats

Universidad de Concepcion 2.GIF

Players

Current squad

Current squad of C.D. Universidad de Concepción as of 12 April 2021 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Diego Matamala
2  CHI DF Javier Saldías
3  CHI MF Aníbal San Martín
4  CHI DF Eric Godoy
5  COL MF Juan Patiño
6  CHI MF Kevin Medel
7  PAR FW Luis Riveros
8  CHI FW Fabián Neira
9  ARG FW Lionel Altamirano
10  ARG MF Mauro González
11  ARG MF Gonzalo Córdoba
12  CHI GK Joaquín Araya
13  CHI DF Henry Sanhueza
14  CHI FW Antonio Ramírez
15  CHI DF Felipe Saavedra
No. Position Player
16  CHI MF Felipe Orellana
17  CHI MF Martín Cortés
18  CHI MF Francisco Tapia
20  CHI DF Hardy Cavero
19  CHI MF Juan Pablo Abarzúa
21  CHI MF Carlos Opazo
22  URU GK Guillermo Reyes
23  FRA FW Richard Barroilhet
24  CHI DF Claudio Navarrete
25  CHI GK Gonzalo Mall
26  URU MF Matías Santos
27  CHI DF David Tati
28  CHI DF Nicolás Aravena
29  CHI FW Joaquín Avilés
30  CHI MF Sebastián Molina

Manager: Hugo Balladares

2021 Summer Transfers

In

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF Chile CHI Javier Saldías (loan return from Barnechea)
6 MF Chile CHI Kevin Medel (from Deportes La Serena)
7 FW Paraguay PAR Luis Riveros (loan return from Fernández Vial)
9 FW Argentina ARG Lionel Altamirano (from Deportes Puerto Montt)
10 MF Argentina ARG Mauro González (from Patronato)
13 DF Chile CHI Henry Sanhueza (from Palestino)
15 DF Chile CHI Felipe Saavedra (loan from Universidad de Chile)
16 MF Chile CHI Martín Cortés (from Curicó Unido)
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 MF Chile CHI Carlos Opazo (from Deportes Valdivia)
23 FW France FRA Richard Barroilhet (from Deportes Temuco)
25 GK Chile CHI Gonzalo Mall (from Curicó Unido)
26 MF Uruguay URU Matías Santos (from Montevideo City)
27 DF Chile CHI David Tati (loan from Colo-Colo)
28 DF Chile CHI Nicolás Aravena (loan from Colo-Colo)
29 FW Chile CHI Joaquín Avilés (loan return from San Antonio Unido)
30 MF Chile CHI Sebastián Molina (loan return from General Velásquez)

Out

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Chile CHI Richard Leyton (to Deportes Copiapó)
2 DF Uruguay URU Nicolás Correa (released)
3 DF Chile CHI Andrés Robles (to Deportes Antofagasta)
5 MF Chile CHI Leonardo Povea (to Deportes Antofagasta)
6 MF Chile CHI Alejandro Camargo (to Deportes Melipilla)
7 MF Chile CHI Martín Lara (loan return to Necaxa)
8 MF Uruguay URU Matías Cabrera (released)
9 FW Uruguay URU Gustavo Alles (to Progreso)
No. Pos. Nation Player
10 FW Panama PAN Cecilio Waterman (loan to Everton)
12 GK Chile CHI Diego Stuardo (loan to Deportes Colina)
13 DF Chile CHI Leandro Díaz (to Deportes La Serena)
17 MF Chile CHI Jaime Carreño (loan return to Universidad Católica)
21 MF Chile CHI Bryan Carvallo (loan return to Necaxa)
23 DF Chile CHI Juan Abarca (to General Velásquez)
11 DF Chile CHI Simón Ramírez (to Unión La Calera)
16 FW Chile CHI Maximiliano Quinteros (loan return to Deportes Copiapó)

Managers

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 13 April 2021, at 06:52
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