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Deportes Puerto Montt

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Deportes Puerto Montt
Club Deportes Puerto Montt.png
Full nameClub de Deportes Puerto Montt
Nickname(s)Delfines (Dolphins)
Puerto Puerto
Albiverdes (The White and Greens)
FoundedMay 6, 1983; 38 years ago (1983-05-06)
GroundRegional de Chinquihue
Puerto Montt, Chile
Capacity10,000
ChairmanGermán Mayorga
CoachFelipe Cornejo
LeaguePrimera B
20204th
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Club Deportes Puerto Montt is a Chilean football club based in the city of Puerto Montt, Los Lagos Region. The club was founded on May 6, 1983, and currently plays in the Primera B de Chile, the second division of the country.

Their home games are played at the Estadio Regional de Chinquihue, located in Puerto Montt in front of the Tenglo Island, which has a capacity of 10,000 seats and hosted the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup. The stadium is known as one of the most austral stadiums in the world [1] and for the Tenglo Canal view from every point of the place.

The club emblem is a dolphin standing between the city flag and a football. The club has a long-standing rivalry with regional neighbours Provincial Osorno and with Deportes Valdivia, as well as with clubs from Santiago.

History

The Club de Deportes Puerto Montt started its activities as a sports facility on May 6, 1983, playing in the actually Primera B de Chile.

On the sports have been mixed results, among which the runner-up of the Torneo Apertura Segunda Division in 1990, further promotion to First Division in 1996 (as second runner-category). In the year 2001 drops to the second level (Primera B). In 2002 returns to the Primera Division, when champion of the Primera B.

In the year 2006 is located in the 3rd position in the regular face of the Clausura 2006 fighting until the latest weeks by the quota Chile 3 than classified to the Copa Libertadores de America. Reached the stage of plays-off to get the lead in Group C (33 points) but stay in Quarter-final at the hands which eventually by the champion of the tournament, Colo Colo.

In the year 2007, in Apertura 2007 finished in 18th place after a poor campaign. In the Clausura 2007 not greatly improved its performance and won the 16th place in the tournament and 18th place in the acumuled table, (The penultimate scene of the 21 teams who had) which granted the Liguilla de Promocion to Primera A, which after 2 wins and 2 defeats at home visit as it is located on the 2nd place of the triangular and descends to the Primera B.

Stadium

Estadio Regional de Chinquihue is a multi-use stadium in Puerto Montt, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Deportes Puerto Montt. The stadium was built in 1982, with an original capacity of 11,300.

In 2011 and 2013 it was completely renovated, and currently holds 10,000 people. The stadium hosted seven matches of the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Players

Current squad

Current squad of Deportes Puerto Montt as of 18 April 2021 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1  CHI GK Claudio González
2  CHI MF Brayan Troncoso
3  CHI DF Juan Pablo Andrade
4  CHI DF Cristian Vega
5  CHI DF Cegy Durán
6  CHI MF Jorge Orellana
7  CHI FW Cristián López
8  CHI DF Guillermo Avello
9  PAR FW Arnaldo Castillo
10  CHI MF Renato González
11  ARG FW Nicolás Gauna
12  CHI GK Gustavo Fuentealba
13  CHI DF Diego Opazo
14  CHI FW Christopher Ojeda
15  CHI FW Camilo Melivilú
16  CHI DF Guillermo Díaz
No. Position Player
17  CHI MF Kevin Flores
18  CHI MF Eduardo Vilches
19  CHI DF Diego Subiabre
20  CHI MF Fernando Isla
21  ARG FW Jeremías Asencio
22  CHI DF Harold Antiñirre
23  ARG FW Rodrigo Linares
24  CHI MF Cristóbal Vargas
25  CHI MF Gustavo Gallardo
26  CHI DF Flavio Rojas
27  CHI MF Francisco Calisto
28  CHI DF Alexis Ponce
29  CHI MF José Pizarro
30  CHI GK Francisco Cifuentes
31  CHI GK Felipe Águila

Manager: Felipe Cornejo

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 MF Chile CHI Brayan Troncoso (from Provincial Ranco)
3 DF Chile CHI Juan Pablo Andrade (from Cobreloa)
4 DF Chile CHI Cristian Vega (loan from Santiago Wanderers)
5 DF Chile CHI Cegy Durán (from Independiente de Cauquenes)
6 MF Chile CHI Jorge Orellana (from Ñublense)
8 DF Chile CHI Guillermo Avello (from Ñublense)
9 FW Paraguay PAR Arnaldo Castillo (from Iberia)
10 MF Chile CHI Renato González (from San Marcos)
12 GK Chile CHI Gustavo Fuentealba (from Deportes La Serena)
14 FW Chile CHI Christopher Ojeda (from Deportes Valdivia)
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 FW Chile CHI Camilo Melivilú (from Magallanes)
16 DF Chile CHI Guillermo Díaz (from Deportes Valdivia)
17 MF Chile CHI Kevin Flores (from Fernández Vial)
18 MF Chile CHI Eduardo Vilches (from San Marcos)
19 DF Chile CHI Diego Subiabre (from San Antonio Unido)
20 MF Chile CHI Fernando Isla (loan from Huachipato)
24 MF Chile CHI Cristóbal Vargas (loan from Universidad Católica)
26 DF Chile CHI Flavio Rojas (from Unión San Felipe)
27 MF Chile CHI Francisco Calisto (loan return from Universidad Católica)

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
2 DF Chile CHI Esteban Flores (to Deportes Santa Cruz)
3 DF Chile CHI Fernando Cornejo (to San Luis)
4 MF Argentina ARG Alexander Corro (loan return to Ñublense)
5 DF Chile CHI Esteban Sáez (to Fernández Vial)
6 MF Uruguay URU Ignacio Lemmo (loan to Unión Española)
8 MF Chile CHI Alexander Concha (loan return to Everton)
9 FW Argentina ARG Lionel Altamirano (to Universidad de Concepción)
10 MF Chile CHI Byron Bustamante (to Santiago Wanderers)
12 GK Chile CHI Daniel Castillo (to Deportes Iquique)
14 MF Chile CHI José Luis Silva (to Rangers)
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 FW Chile CHI Pablo Soto (released)
16 DF France FRA Jordan Barroilhet (to Curicó Unido)
17 MF Chile CHI Piero Gárate (to San Marcos)
18 DF Chile CHI Yonathan Suazo (to Iberia)
19 DF Chile CHI Francisco Ayala (to Cobresal)
20 DF Chile CHI Kevin Leiva (to Fernández Vial)
22 MF Chile CHI Bryan Vargas (released)
24 MF Argentina ARG Cristian Ivanobski (released)
25 MF Chile CHI Matías Valenzuela (to Deportes Melipilla)
29 MF Chile CHI Matías Caroca (released)

Managers

Honours

Domestic

2002
2014–15

See also

References

External links


This page was last edited on 12 May 2021, at 02:56
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