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Deportivo Municipal

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Deportivo Municipal
Deportivo Municipal.svg
Full nameClub Centro Deportivo Municipal
(Municipal Sports Center Club)
Nickname(s)La Academia (The Academy)
Muni
Echa Muni
Los Ediles
La Franja
El Cuadro de la Comuna
FoundedJuly 27, 1935; 86 years ago (1935-07-27)
GroundEstadio Iván Elías Moreno
Villa El Salvador, Peru
Capacity10,000
PresidentRenzo Reggiardo
ManagerHernán Lisi
LeagueLiga 1
2021Liga 1, 12th of 18

Club Centro Deportivo Municipal, commonly known as Deportivo Municipal, is a Peruvian football club based in Lima, Peru. They are among Peru's most recognizable clubs and enjoy considerable popularity. The bulk of their success was won a few years after the club was founded in 1935. The club was a top-flight contender during this period and won four Primera División titles. The club suffered relegation three times in their history: 1967, 2000, and 2007. They have also been champions of the Segunda División on three occasions: 1968, 2006, and 2014, granting them promotion to the first division. In 2014, they won the Segunda División and they currently compete in the Primera División Peruana.

Deportivo Municipal was one of the first Peruvian clubs to participate in a South American international football competition. In 1948, they were invited to the South American Championship of Champions and finished fourth where clubs from seven of the then nine CONMEBOL football associations that participated.[1]

History

Club Centro Deportivo Municipal was founded upon the initiative of three municipal directors of Lima, who intended to have a football team representing the municipality of the city. Thus Círculo Deportivo Municipal was formed, which in 1934 merged with another team to create Centro Deportivo Municipal, participating in the promotion tournament in 1935.

The club was officially founded on 27 July 1935 in the Municipality of Lima. After finishing second in the promotion tournament, the team won the right to play in the Primera División in 1936, and obtained its first national title in 1938.

Deportivo Municipal was relegated in 1967, and promoted again in 1968. The club stayed in the top category until 2000, when it ended last in the season. The team was relegated to the Segunda División, where it played until 2006, when promotion was achieved by winning the title with 45 points in 22 matches. They were relegated again in 2007 after a troublesome season with failing to pay its players for several months.

In the 2011 Torneo Intermedio, the club was eliminated by José Gálvez in the quarter-finals. It reached the national stage of the 2012 Copa Perú and was invited to play in the Segunda División once again.

On 2014, the club gained promotion to the Primera División Peruana for the first time in 7 years after beating Unión Huaral.

Uniform

It consists of a white jersey with a red stripe that goes from left to right, blue shorts and white socks. Its alternative uniform varies, it has 3 options. The first one has a red jersey and keeps the blue shorts and white socks. The second alternative uniform keeps the red stripe on the jersey but instead of being white, it is blue. The shorts and socks are also blue. The third alternative uniform uses black instead of blue (as the 2nd choice) but also keeps the red stripe on the jersey. The home shirt's colors are reminiscent of the Peruvian national team, and it refers to the fact that the day of its foundation in 1935 was the day before Peruvian Independence Day.

Kit Evolution

1935–36
Old First kit
1936–present
Home
1935–present
Away
1998
3° Away
2007
3° Away

Stadium

Deportivo Municipal has employed the use of several stadiums throughout its history. Some of these grounds include the Estadio Nacional, Estadio Municipal de Chorrillos, Estadio Miguel Grau, Estadio Alejandro Villanueva, Estadio Universidad San Marcos and the former Estadio San Martín de Porres. Most recently, the club has adopted the Estadio Iván Elías Moreno in Villa El Salvador for their home games.[2]

Honours

National

League

Winners (4): 1938, 1940, 1943, 1950
Runner-up (8): 1941, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1951, 1981
Winners (1): 1981
Winners (1): 1936
Winners (3): 1968, 2006, 2014
Runner-up (1): 2004
  • División Intermedia:
Runner-up (1): 1935
Runner-up (1): 2004

National cups

Winners (1): 1993

Regional

Runner-up (1): 2012
Winners (1): 2012
Winners (1): 2012
Winners (1): 2012
Winners (1): 2011

Performance in CONMEBOL competitions

1982: Group Stage
2017: First Stage
2016: First Stage
2019: First Stage
1948: Fourth Place
1970: First Stage

Current squad

As of 25 March 2021

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 Uruguay URU Diego Melián
2 DF Colombia COL Luis Cardoza
3 DF Peru PER Eduardo Caballero
MF Peru PER Benjamín Ubierna
MF Uruguay URU Jhony Galli
7 MF Peru PER Mario Velarde
8 MF Peru PER Adrián Ascues
9 FW Paraguay PAR Roberto Ovelar
10 FW Peru PER Erinson Ramírez
13 GK Peru PER Daniel Prieto
15 DF Peru PER Alexis Cossio
16 MF Peru PER Aryan Romaní
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 FW Peru PER Hideyoshi Arakaki
FW Peru PER Breno Naranjo
DF Peru PER Carlos Neyra
20 DF Peru PER Franco Medina
21 DF Peru PER Alonso Yovera
MF Peru PER Salvador Alcázar
23 DF Peru PER Marco Saravia
25 DF Peru PER Williams Guzmán
MF Colombia COL Jhonnier Montaño
27 MF Peru PER Jorge Bazán
28 MF Peru PER Emilio Saba
29 MF Peru PER Jean Pierre Archimbaud

Noted players

Managers

See also

References

  1. ^ Prais, Mauro. "South American Club Championship 1948". [RSSSF]. Retrieved 24 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Deportivo Municipal será local en el estadio de Villa El Salvador". [ Depor.pe] (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 15 July 2013. Retrieved 24 July 2013.

External links

This page was last edited on 11 December 2021, at 13:17
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