C.A. Rentistas

Club Atlético Rentistas, known simply as Rentistas is an Uruguayan professional football club based in Cerrito de la Victoria, Montevideo. Founded in 1933, the club competes in the Uruguayan Primera División.

Rentistas
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Full nameClub Atlético Rentistas
Nickname(s)Bichos Colorados, Bicheros, Rojos, El Renta
FoundedMarch 26, 1933; 88 years ago (1933-03-26)
GroundEstadio Complejo Rentistas
Capacity10,600
ChairmanAlvaro Astray
CoachMartín Varini
LeaguePrimera División
2020Primera División, runners-up
(9th in aggregate table)

HistoryEdit

 
C.A. Rentistas in 1971.

In 1971, Rentistas was the first team of the neighbourhood (barrio) Cerrito de la Victoria that achieved promotion to the Uruguayan first division. They remained there until 1980. Rentistas returned to the first division on three other occasions (1989–92, 1997–01, 2004–07).

In 1998 Rentistas inaugurated their new stadium, Complejo Rentistas. The club finished second in the Clausura and qualified for the CONMEBOL Cup 1999

ControversiesEdit

Rentistas was also known for involvement in the third-party ownership.[1] The transfer fee of Hulk was channeled through the club.[2]

RivalriesEdit

The neighbourhood has two sports clubs, who share a large rivalry; the Clásico del Cerrito is contested with CS Cerrito.[3]

Current squadEdit

As of 27 September 2020

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   URU Nicolás Rossi
2 DF   URU Facundo Parada
3 DF   URU Mathías Abero
5 MF   ARG Carlos Villalba (on loan from Talleres)
6 DF   URU Alexis Rolín
7 MF   URU Gonzalo Vega
8 DF   URU Andrés Rodales
10 MF   URU Matías Abisab
11 MF   URU Robert Ergas (on loan from Defensor Sporting)
12 GK   URU Yonatan Irrazábal
14 DF   URU Agustín Acosta
15 MF   URU Bryan Bautista
16 FW   URU Renato César
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 DF   URU Damián Malrechauffe
18 FW   URU Nahuel Acosta
19 MF   URU Santiago Romero
20 FW   ARG Mauro Valiente (on loan from Talleres)
21 FW   URU Franco Pérez
22 DF   URU Maximiliano Amondarain
23 MF   URU Maximiliano Lemos
24 FW   URU Salomón Rodríguez
25 MF   URU Ramiro Cristóbal (on loan from Defensor Sporting)
27 DF   URU Maximiliano Falcón
28 GK   URU Enzo González
FW   URU Rodrigo Moreira
 
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Other players underEdit

ManagersEdit

TitlesEdit

2020 Apertura
1971, 1988, 1996, 2011
1966

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.football-observatory.com/IMG/pdf/report_agents_2012-2.pdf
  2. ^ Edwards, Daniel (17 May 2011). "The story of Porto's incredible Hulk exposes the shadowy business of 'off-shore transfers' ahead of the Europa League final". Goal.com. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  3. ^ "Clásicos del fútbol uruguayo - Deportes" (in Spanish). 18 April 2011. Retrieved 21 July 2018.

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