Club Deportivo Arcense Ciudad Arce, commonly known as C.D. Arcense are a Salvadoran professional football club based in Ciudad Arce.

C.D. Arcense
Full nameClub Deportivo Arcense Ciudad Arce
Nickname(s)Los Toros
Founded1990
GroundWismar Stadion
Ciudad Arce, El Salvador
Capacity5,000
ChairmanJaime Alberto Valencia
ManagerSalvador Hernández
LeagueSegunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño
Clausura 20129th (Group A)

History edit

In 15 April 2002, Arcense won promotion to the Salvadoran Primera División for the first time in the history after defeating Atletico Chaparrastique 2-0, with goals from Willian López and Sixto Vigil. [1]


but were relegated again after the 2003/2004 season.[1] Despite winning two out of their last three games in 2013, Arcense were relegated to the Salvadoran Third Division.

League and playoffs performance edit

(2003 Apertura-Clausura 2004)

Season Position GP W D L GF GA PTS Play-offs
Apertura 2003 8th
18
2
11
5
23
32
17
Did not qualify
Clausura 2004 9th
18
4
6
8
16
23
18
Did not qualify

List of coaches edit

  •   Cesar Acevedo (1992–1995)
  •   Jorge Tupinambá dos Santos (1994)
  •   Juan Ramón Sánchez (1995–1996)
  •   Ricardo "Coneja" Guardado (2002)
  •   Raul Hector Donsanti (2003)
  •   Andres Novares (2003)
  •   Luis Ángel Navarro (2004)
  •   Jorge Salazar (2005)
  •   Raúl Corcio Zavaleti (2006)
  •   José Noel Erazo (August 2006-)
  •   Luis Ángel Navarro
  •   Salvador Hernández (2011)
  •   Ignacio Cartagena (2012–)
  •   Ricardo Mena Laguán
  •   Tomas Good Lopez

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