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Deportes Melipilla

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Deportes Melipilla
DeportesMelipillaBadge.svg
Full nameCorporacion de Deportes Melipilla
Nickname(s)Potros, Caballos
FoundedJanuary 24, 1992
GroundEstadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez
Melipilla, Chile
Capacity6,000
Chairman
Chile
Leonardo Zúñiga
Manager
Chile
John Armijo
LeagueCampeonato Nacional
2020Primera B, 5th
(promoted by playoff)
WebsiteClub website

Deportes Melipilla is a Chilean football club, based on Melipilla, a comune in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. It was founded on January 24, 1992 as a successor of Club Deportivo Soinca Bata. Currently the team competes in the Primera División after winning the Primera B promotion playoff in the 2020 season. The club has its classic rival, San Antonio Unido match known as “Clásico del Maipo” or “The Maipo Derbi”.

Deportes Melipilla has its own stadium called Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez situated in its city with a capacity of 6,000.

Titles

2004, 2006

Seasons

Current squad

Current squad of Deportes Melipilla as of 29 April 2021 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  ARG GK Nicolás Peranic
2  CHI DF Cristopher Barrera
3  CHI DF Miguel Sanhueza
4  CHI DF Gonzalo Lauler
5  CHI DF Cristian Toro
6  CHI MF José Luis Cabión
7  CHI MF Joaquín Moya
8  CHI MF Brayan Garrido
9  ARG FW Gonzalo Sosa
10  CHI MF Nelson Sepúlveda
11  CHI FW José Luis Muñoz
12  CHI GK Eduardo Ayala
13  CHI DF Miguel Escalona
14  CHI FW Franco Ortega
15  CHI MF Matías Valenzuela
16  CHI MF Mathías Vidangossy
17  VEN MF Carlos Suárez
18  CHI DF Joao Ortiz
No. Position Player
19  BOL DF Luis Haquin
20  CHI DF Cristián Zavala
22  PAR FW Gustavo Guerreño
23  CHI MF Alejandro Camargo
24  CHI FW Kevin Rojas
25  CHI GK Claudio Santis
26  CHI FW Matías Colossi
27  CHI DF Andrés Segovia
28  CHI MF Juan José Castillo
29  CHI MF Christian Latorre
30  CHI FW Juan Ignacio Duma
31  CHI FW Ignacio Aguilera
33  CHI DF Aaron Astudillo
34  CHI MF Martín Lara
36  CHI MF Brayan Valdivia
38  CHI MF Hamlet Castillo
40  CHI MF Mauro Lopes
41  CHI FW Nicolás Forttes

Manager: John Armijo

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
11 FW Chile CHI José Luis Muñoz (from O'Higgins)
14 FW Chile CHI Franco Ortega (from Santiago Wanderers)
15 MF Chile CHI Matías Valenzuela (from Deportes Puerto Montt)
16 MF Chile CHI Mathías Vidangossy (from Colchagua)
17 MF Venezuela VEN Carlos Suárez (from Monagas)
18 DF Chile CHI Joao Ortiz (from Sport Boys)
19 DF Bolivia BOL Luis Haquin (loan from Puebla)
20 DF Chile CHI Cristián Zavala (from Coquimbo Unido)
23 MF Chile CHI Alejandro Camargo (from Universidad de Concepción)
No. Pos. Nation Player
24 FW Chile CHI Kevin Rojas (loan return from Lautaro de Buin)
25 GK Chile CHI Claudio Santis (from Atlético Palmaflor)
26 FW Chile CHI Matías Colossi (loan from Colo-Colo)
27 DF Chile CHI Andrés Segovia (from Fernández Vial)
30 FW Chile CHI Juan Ignacio Duma (from Barnechea)
33 DF Chile CHI Aaron Astudillo (loan from Universidad Católica)
34 MF Chile CHI Martín Lara (loan from Necaxa)
40 MF Chile CHI Mauro Lopes (loan from Lautaro de Buin)
41 FW Chile CHI Nicolás Forttes (loan from Lautaro de Buin)

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
8 MF Chile CHI Fernando Meneses (to Rodelindo Román)
10 FW Chile CHI Ricardo Fuenzalida (to Deportes Santa Cruz)
11 FW Chile CHI José Huentelaf (released)
12 GK Chile CHI Diego Fuentes (to Deportes Valdivia)
14 MF Chile CHI Gonzalo Mendiburo (to San Luis)
17 DF Chile CHI Cristian Magaña (to Lautaro de Buin)
18 FW Chile CHI Brian Leiva (to Iberia)
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 MF Chile CHI Alejandro Vásquez (to Lautaro de Buin)
20 MF Chile CHI Bryan Cortés (to Cobreloa)
23 MF Chile CHI José Cantillana (to Lautaro de Buin)
26 MF Paraguay PAR Mathías Martínez (released)
27 DF Chile CHI Bastián Solano (loan return to Huachipato)
30 FW Brazil BRA Luiz Ferreira (to Iberia)

Managers

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 10 May 2021, at 19:56
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