A.C.C.D. Mineros de Guayana

Asociación Civil Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana, known as Mineros de Guayana or simply Mineros, is a professional football club based in Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela.

Mineros de Guayana
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Full nameAsociación Civil Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana
Nickname(s)Los Negriazules (The Black and Blues)
La Pandilla del Sur (The Southern Gang)
Founded20 November 1981; 41 years ago (1981-11-20)
GroundPolideportivo Cachamay
ChairmanRichard Antoun
ManagerElías Emmons
LeagueVenezuelan Primera División
20216th, Oriental Group
WebsiteClub website


The Colegio Loyola Gumilla's field, located in Puerto Ordaz, was used in football matches. The people who played at the field decided to found a football club. On November 11, 1981, the club was founded as Club Deportivo Mineros de Guayana.

On November 20, 1981, the club's foundation constitutive act was signed.

On January 3, 1982, the club played its first match, against Villa Colombia FC, a Guayana's amateur club. Mineros won 2-0, both goals scored by José Pacheco.

On September 5, 1982, the club won the Segunda División Venezolana, being promoted to the following year's first division.

In 1989, the club won the first Primera División Venezolana.

Crest and coloursEdit

The club's logo is composed of a geometrical figure, which is a carbon diamond crystal zoomed millions of times with a microscope. The club's colors are blue and black.


Mineros plays their home matches at CTE Cachamay, which has a maximum capacity of 41,600 people. [1] It was 1 of the 9 venues of the Copa America 2007, for this, US$160,000 were invested for the expansion of the stadium. The stadium has multiple uses, like a special kids area, an indoor gym, basketball and volleyball courts, a racing track, ten media station booths, a commercial center, movie theaters and three enormous parking lots. The stadium is surrounded by the river Caroní and the waterfall of the Cachamay Park.


Current squadEdit

As of 13 December 2020[2]

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   VEN Alan Liebeskind
1 GK   VEN Daniel Iemma
2 DF   VEN Adrian Martinez
3 DF   VEN Karim Saab
4 DF   COL Luis Vergara
5 DF   VEN Julio Machado
6 FW   VEN Alfredo Mendoza
7 MF   VEN Argenis Gómez
8 DF   VEN Johan Micolta
8 MF   VEN Édgar Jiménez
9 FW   VEN Richard Blanco
10 MF   VEN Pierangelo Pagnano
10 MF   VEN Michael Covea
11 FW   VEN Darwin Gómez
12 GK   VEN Edgar Pérez
13 DF   VEN Anthony Matos
14 DF   VEN Danny Hernández
16 FW   VEN Gustavo Páez
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 FW   VEN Pedro Zaragoza
17 MF   VEN Ely Valderrey
18 MF   VEN Nelson Hernández
19 MF   VEN Francisco Pol Hurtado
19 MF   VEN Andrés Godoy
20 MF   VEN Arnold López
20 DF   VEN José González
21 FW   CRC Mynor Escoe
22 DF   VEN Jorbert Trillo
22 DF   VEN Ángel Faria
23 MF   VEN Josmar Zambrano
24 DF   VEN Brayan Hurtado
25 FW   VEN Andres Saavedra
26 GK   VEN Edixson González
28 DF   VEN Christian Gómez
30 FW   VEN Víctor Navas
30 DF   VEN José Luis Granados

Former managersEdit


South American recordEdit

1990: Group stage
1997: Group stage
2005: Preliminary round
2008: First stage
2005: Preliminary round
2006: Preliminary round
2012: Second stage
2013: TBD
1995: Quarter-finals


  1. ^ "Stadiums in Venezuela". World Stadiums. Archived from the original on 5 November 2001. Retrieved 16 March 2021.
  2. ^ "ACCD Mineros de Guayana - Soccer - Team Profile - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics - Global Sports Archive". globalsportsarchive.com. Retrieved 16 March 2021.

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