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Alianza Petrolera F.C.

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Alianza Petrolera is a Colombian professional football team based in Barrancabermeja, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. The club was founded in 1991 and played in the Categoría Primera B until 2012. They play their home games at the Daniel Villa Zapata stadium. They have also played home matches in the town of Guarne, Antioquia and in Floridablanca.

Alianza Petrolera
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Full nameAlianza Petrolera Fútbol Club S.A.[1]
Nickname(s)Los Petroleros (The Oil Dealers)
Founded24 October 1991; 27 years ago (1991-10-24)
GroundEstadio Daniel Villa Zapata
Barrancabermeja, Colombia
Capacity10,400
ChairmanCarlos Ferreira
ManagerCésar Torres
LeagueCategoría Primera A
2018–II16th
WebsiteClub website

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HistoryEdit

Alianza Petrolera was a founding member of Categoría Primera B and played in that league from 1992 to 2012. They enjoyed a significant run of success between 1998 and 2004, finishing as runners-up in 2002. However, their fortunes changed after that and by 2009 the club was on the verge of folding.

In the 2009 Apertura, they performed dismally, earning just five points and not winning a single game. The club was short on sponsors, coaches, and players, and their participation in the Finalizacion seemed doubtful. They managed to compete, but finished dead last. In early 2011, Alianza Petrolera signed a partnership deal with Atlético Nacional that would net them players and coaching staff on loan, with much of the wages covered by the latter team.[2]

This new arrangement revitalized the club, which qualified for the finals of the "Torneo Finalización" in 2012. This earned them a berth in the final against Deportivo Rionegro. Alianza prevailed, winning the first leg 1–0 and the second leg 3–1. That earned them a spot in the season final against América de Cali, with promotion on the line. The first leg ended 2–1 in favor of Alianza, but the second leg ended 1–0 in favor of América de Cali. The match went to penalty kicks, where Alianza Petrolera prevailed and earned promotion to the top flight for the very first time.

Alianza has not been relegated back since. Their best campaign in the top flight was in the 2015 Finalización tournament. During the first stage, the club enjoyed a consistent performance, leading the table for some rounds of the tournament and ending in sixth place with 33 points, which allowed them to qualify for the knockout stages for the first time, losing to Independiente Medellín in the quarterfinals.

HonoursEdit

Winners (1): 2012
Runners-up (1): 2002

StadiumEdit

PlayersEdit

First-team squadEdit

As of 13 February 2019[3][4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Cristian Baldovino
2   DF Jeison Palacios
5   DF David Valencia
6   MF Yhormar Hurtado
7   FW Estefano Arango
8   MF Juan David Ríos
10   MF Luis Fernando Mosquera
11   FW Jhon Vásquez
12   GK Ricardo Jérez
14   MF Ronaldo Ariza
15   DF Farid Díaz (captain)
16   DF Leonardo Saldaña
17   DF Jackson Montaño (on loan from Atlético Nacional)
No. Position Player
18   MF Freddy Flórez
19   FW César Arias
20   MF Alexis Serna (on loan from Universitario Popayán)
21   MF Hárrison Henao
22   DF Luciano Ospina
23   DF Carlos Anderson Pérez
24   MF Harold Rivera
25   MF Yeiner Orozco (on loan from Deportes Quindío)
26   FW Jorge Suárez
27   FW Jose Erik Correa
28   MF Jonathan Herrera (on loan from Santa Fe)
29   FW Edwin Torres
30   GK Pier Grazziani

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
  GK Santiago Rodas (on loan at Atlético)
  DF Cristian Flórez (on loan at América de Cali)
No. Position Player
  DF Jhonatan Pérez (on loan at América de Cali)
  MF Róger Torres (on loan at Junior)

Former playersEdit

RecordsEdit

Most capped playersEdit

Source: BDFA

R Player P Career App.
1   David Valencia DF 2011–15 131
2   Rafael Carrascal MF 2012–15 130
3   Ricardo Jerez, Jr. GK 2013– 107
4   Juan Guillermo Arboleda MF 2012, 2013– 105
5   Ricardo Peñaloza MF 2007–11 88
6   Jorge "La Araña" Henríquez GK 2009–11, 2012–14 82
7   Víctor Castillo MF 2013– 77
8   Dairon Asprilla FW 2012–14 72
9   Deivy Balanta MF 2012–15 71
10   Leonardo Torres DF 2006, 2009–11 69

Last updated on: 20 May 2016

Top scorersEdit

Source: BDFA

R Player P Career G.
1   Sergio "Barranca" Herrera FW 1999, 2003 25
2   Dairon Asprilla FW 2012–14 22
3   Ayron del Valle FW 2014 15
4   Michael Rangel FW 2012–13 14
  Andrés Rentería FW 2012 14
6   Yeison Devoz FW 2006, 2011–12 13
7   César Arias FW 2006–08 12
8   Cristian Palomeque MF 2012–13 11
9   Jorge Romaña FW 2006 10
  Edinson Palomino FW 2007–08 10

Last updated on: 20 May 2016

Notable playersEdit

List of call-ups to national teamsEdit

ManagersEdit

Country Name Dates
  Colombia Alexis Mendoza 2003
  Colombia Héctor Estrada Jan 3, 2007 – Aug 2, 2008
  Colombia Óscar Upegui 2008
  Colombia Carlos Estrada 2009
  Colombia Héctor Estrada Jan 1, 2011 – Feb 21, 2013
  Colombia Guillermo "El Teacher" Berrío Feb 22, 2013 – Feb 20, 2014
  Colombia Adolfo León Holguín Feb 21, 2014 – March 12, 2015
  Colombia Óscar Upegui March 13, 2015–16
  Colombia Jorge Luis Bernal 2016–Present

Source: Worldfootball.net

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Alianza Petrolera". División Mayor del Fútbol Colombiano. Retrieved 7 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Alianza Petrolera tendrá acento paisa en la temporada 2011" (in Spanish). Futbolred.com. 19 January 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Alianza Petrolera". FootballSquads. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
  4. ^ "Alianza Petrolera". Dimayor. Retrieved 13 February 2019.

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