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Deportes Concepción

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Deportes Concepción
CD Concepción logo.jpg
Full nameClub Social y de Deportes Concepción
Nickname(s)El Conce, El León de Collao
FoundedFebruary 29, 1966
GroundEstadio Ester Roa
Concepción, Chile
Capacity30,448
ChairmanVictor Torneria
ManagerEsteban González
LeagueSegunda División
20192nd, (Tercera División)

Deportes Concepción is a Chilean football club based in the city of Concepción, Biobio Region. They currently play at the third tier of the Chilean League system, the Segunda División.

The club was founded in 1966, by the organizations of several amateur clubs such as Galvarino, Liverpool, Juvenil Unido, Santa Fe and Club Lord Cochrane. The club is one of the most popular in the VIII region of Chile, their main rivals are Fernández Vial and Huachipato. The club played their home games at Estadio Ester Roa in Concepción, Chile, which seats 30,448 people.

History

The team joined the second level of the Chilean professional league in 1966 and won the tournament a year later gaining promotion to the Primera División de Chile.

In 1991 the team joined in representing Chile in the Copa Libertadores, they passed through the 1st round phase but lost in the round of sixteen against América de Cali.

In 1993 the club was relegated after finishing 15th of 16 teams, but the club bounced straight back by winning the second division title in 1994.

Concepción played their next big international tournament in 1999, they participated in the Copa CONMEBOL and made it all the way to the semifinals but lost against Talleres de Córdoba from Argentina. A real disappointment to the fans.

In the year 2001, they once again played the Copa Libertadores and beat rivals such as San Lorenzo from Argentina and Jorge Wilstermann from Bolivia. Once again they made it into the round of sixteen but lost this time to Vasco da Gama from Brazil who had top class players like Romário in their team.

In 2002 the club were again relegated by finishing 15th of 16 teams in the aggregated table, they returned to the top flight in 2004.

In the year 2006 the team was suspended and could not play professionally in the whole year due to debts and unpaid salaries. The club was going to be relegated, but after a legal battle, they were readmitted in the Chilean first division, where they play in 2007. An alternative team (Deportes Concepción B) played that season at the Third level, as well.

In 2016 the club was expelled of the Chilean National League system due to economic problems. And returned in 2018 at last level of the league system, the fifth tier, Tercera B, gaining promotion in their debut season on the category to the next level, the fourth tier Tercera División, for 2019, in which they get a consecutive promotion to the next level, the third tier Segunda División, for 2020.

Club Facts

National Honors

Crest

South American cups history

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1991 Copa Libertadores First Stage
Group 2
Chile Colo-Colo 0–0 0–2 3rd Place
Ecuador Barcelona 1–0 2–2
Ecuador L.D.U. Quito 3–0 0–4
Round of 16 Colombia América de Cali 0–3 3–3 3–6
1999 Copa CONMEBOL Quarterfinals Argentina Rosario Central 2–1 2–2 4–3
Semifinals Argentina Talleres de Córdoba 1–1 1–2 2–3
2001 Copa Libertadores First Stage
Group 3
Uruguay Nacional 0–0 0–2 2nd Place
Argentina San Lorenzo 3–2 1–2
Bolivia Jorge Wilstermann 3–0 1–2
Round of 16 Brazil Vasco da Gama 1–3 0–1 1–4

Current squad

Current squad of Deportes Concepción as of 2020 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Sebastián Contreras
3  CHI DF Diego Calderón
4  CHI DF Matías Manríquez
5  ARG MF Cristian Gaitán
6  CHI DF José Antonio Rojas
7  CHI FW Ignacio Sepúlveda
8  CHI MF Brian Fuentes
9  CHI FW Felipe Albornoz
10  CHI FW Daúd Gazale
11  CHI MF Alex Díaz
12  CHI GK Ricardo Cárcamo
13  CHI DF Sebastián Sepúlveda
14  CHI DF Matías Lagos
15  CHI MF Patricio Leiva
No. Position Player
16  CHI MF Rodrigo Toloza
17  CHI DF Pedro Gatica
18  CHI MF Benjamín Cruces
19  CHI DF Bastián Henríquez
20  CHI DF Fabián Ramírez
21  CHI DF Diego Díaz
22  CHI GK Angelo Giolito
23  CHI FW Gabriel Vargas
24  CHI MF Pablo Sanhueza
25  CHI DF Felipe Rivas
26  CHI FW Sebastián Garretón
27  CHI FW Matías Reyes
28  CHI FW Ángelo Novoa

Manager: Esteban González

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
-- GK Chile CHI Jonathan Salvador (back from Unión Española)
-- DF Chile CHI Rodrigo Jara (from Santiago Morning)
-- DF Chile CHI Jaime Gaete (from Santiago Morning)
-- MF Chile CHI Felipe Elgueta (from Huachipato)
-- MF Chile CHI Camilo Gainza (Loan from Universidad Católica)
No. Pos. Nation Player
-- MF Chile CHI Alexis Delgado (from Audax Italiano)
-- FW Chile CHI Matías Sánchez (from Huachipato)
-- FW Chile CHI José Torres (from Malleco Unido)
-- FW Chile CHI Francisco Ibáñez (from Barnechea)

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 José Lafrentz (back to Santiago Wanderers)
2 MF Chile CHI Gerson Valle (loan to Unión San Felipe)
3 DF Chile CHI Leonel Mena (Released)
8 FW Argentina ARG Matías Sarraute (Released)
9 FW Uruguay URU Brian Lugo (Released)
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 MF Chile CHI Luis Pacheco (to Magallanes)
19 MF Chile CHI Piero Gárate (to Trasandino)
23 MF Argentina ARG Agustín Briones (to Mushuc Runa)
21 FW Chile CHI Joel Estay (to Trasandino)

Managers

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 10 May 2021, at 19:55
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