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Deportes Temuco

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Deportes Temuco
Deportes Temuco.jpg
Full nameClub de Deportes Temuco S.A.D.P
Nickname(s)Araucanos, Albiverdes, Pijes
Founded1960
GroundEstadio Municipal Germán Becker
Capacity18,100
ChairmanMarcelo Salas
ManagerPatricio Lira
LeaguePrimera B
20206th

Deportes Temuco is a Chilean football club based in Temuco, Araucanía Region. It currently plays in the Chilean Primera División B, holding home games at the new Estadio Municipal Germán Becker.

The club was founded on February 22, 1960, as Deportes Temuco and again on March 20, 1965, after a merger with Green Cross. Until 1984, the club was known as Green Cross – Temuco, and, in 2007, changed its name to Deportivo Temuco, only on that season.

In 2013, the club merged with Unión Temuco, but the name of Deportes Temuco was kept, along with the logo and traditional white and green colors, making it seem as Deportes Temuco absorbing Unión rather than a fusion. Thanks to the fusion though, Deportes Temuco left the Segunda División and returned to Primera B for season 2013–14, using Unión Temuco's place in that league.


Stadium

Deportes Temuco's current stadium is the Estadio Municipal Germán Becker, a renovated 18,500 football stadium located at the "Pablo Neruda" street in Temuco, leased from Temuco City Municipality since 1965.

Deportes Temuco have also used other grounds during their history;

The Estadio Liceo de Hombres de Temuco, was Deportes Temuco's home from 1963 until the end of the 1964 season.

The club had also played their official home games at the Estadio Municipal de Gorbea & Estadio Municipal de Lautaro when the G. Becker Stadium was re-built, in 2008.

In 2011 due to the poor condition of the G. Becker Stadium, the club had look again for an alternative stadium to play their home matches; this time D. Temuco played at the Estadio Pueblo Nuevo de Temuco

In 2015 the G. Becker Stadium went on to repairs again, in this occasion, in order to receive the Copa America's games in perfect condition. This time the Estadio Municipal de Villarrica and the Estadio Municipal de Victoria, were the "albi-verdes" choice to play their home matches. They also played one Copa Chile 2015 home game at the Estadio Alberto Larraguibel de Angol.

Honours

1991, 2001, 2015–16
1987

Seasons

  • 1 Participation in Copa Sudamericana (2018)
  • 31 seasons in First Level (Primera División) (1965–1980, 1983–1984, 1992–1998, 2002–2005, 2016/17–2018)
  • 16 seasons in Second Level (Primera B) (1963–1964, 1981–1982, 1986–1991, 2000–2001, 2006–2007, 2013/14-2015/16, 2019–)
  • 6 seasons in Third Level (Segunda & Tercera) (2008–2011) & (2012–2013)

South American cups history

Season Competition Round Opponent Away Home Aggregate
2018 Copa Sudamericana First Venezuela Estudiantes de Mérida 1–1 2–0 3–1
Second Argentina San Lorenzo 0–3^ 1–0 1–3

^ CONMEBOL awarded San Lorenzo a 3–0 win as a result of D. Temuco fielding an ineligible player. Originally, D. Temuco won the match 1–2.

Records

Current squad

Current squad of Deportes Temuco as of 19 April 2021 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Site

No. Position Player
2  CHI MF Sebastián Domínguez
3  ARG DF Alan Alegre
4  CHI DF Diego Cayupil
5  CHI DF Yerko Águila
6  CHI MF Claudio Zamorano
7  CHI MF Jimmy Cisterna
8  CHI MF Juan Gutiérrez
9  CHI FW Carlos Escobar
10  CHI MF Hugo Droguett
11  VEN FW Reiner Castro
12  CHI DF Daniel Viveros
13  CHI GK Yerko Urra
14  CHI FW Fernando Quiroz
16  CHI DF Brayams Viveros
17  CHI MF Sebastián Díaz
No. Position Player
18  ARG DF Matías Di Benedetto
19  CHI FW Diego Arias
20  CHI DF Aníbal Calderón
21  CHI DF Diego Martín
22  ARG FW Facundo Castro
23  CHI DF Guillermo Pacheco
24  CHI FW Damián García
25  COL GK Brandon Obregón
27  CHI FW Sebastián Medina
28  CHI FW Felipe Zúñiga
29  CHI FW Gustavo Castro
30  CHI MF Diego Sobarzo
31  CHI MF Tomás Andrades
32  CHI MF Sebastián Salazar

Manager: Patricio Lira

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
3 DF Argentina ARG Alan Alegre (from Qulmes)
4 DF Chile CHI Diego Cayupil (loan return from Deportes Recoleta)
7 MF Chile CHI Jimmy Cisterna (from Unión San Felipe)
8 MF Chile CHI Juan Gutiérrez (from Cobresal)
12 DF Chile CHI Daniel Viveros (from San Luis)
No. Pos. Nation Player
13 GK Chile CHI Yerko Urra (loan from Huachipato)
14 FW Chile CHI Fernando Quiroz (loan return from Iberia)
21 DF Chile CHI Diego Martín (from Deportes Recoleta)
22 FW Argentina ARG Facundo Castro (from Cobresal)
23 DF Chile CHI Guillermo Pacheco (free)

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
3 DF Chile CHI Cristóbal Vergara (to Deportes Santa Cruz)
7 MF Chile CHI Cristián Canío (to Deportes Valdivia)
8 MF Chile CHI Rubén Cepeda (to Lautaro de Buin)
11 FW Chile CHI Bryan Taiva (to Deportes Santa Cruz)
13 FW Chile CHI José Luis Sierra (to Deportes Colina)
15 FW Argentina ARG Gastón Cellerino (to Ligorna 1922)
19 DF Chile CHI Alan Moreno (released)
20 MF Chile CHI Felipe Báez (to San Marcos)
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 DF Chile CHI Joaquín Aros (to Deportes Santa Cruz)
22 GK Argentina ARG Sebastián López (to Lautaro de Buin)
23 FW France FRA Richard Barroilhet (to Universidad de Concepción)
25 GK Chile CHI José Gamonal (to Cobresal)
26 DF Chile CHI Patricio Jerez (released)
29 MF Chile CHI Cristóbal Grandón (loan to Independiente de Cauquenes)
33 FW Argentina ARG Franco Olego (to LDU Portoviejo)

Managers

Shirt sponsors

List of Kit Manufacturers

List of Shirt Sponsors

  • Herman Gastellu (1978)
  • Igi-Llaima (1979–80)
  • El Diario Austral (1981–82)
  • UFRO (1985)
  • Doble ZZ (1985–87)
  • Feria Bernedo (1987)
  • Ripley (1990)
  • Cerveza Cristal (1991)
  • Rosen (1992–94)
  • Cerveza Cristal (1994–08)
  • Gejman (2009–10)
  • Frigorífico Temuco (2011–2013)
  • Rosen (2013–)

See also

Green Cross

External links

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