C.D. Pan de Azúcar

Club Deportivo Pan de Azúcar is a Panamanian football team playing in third level Copa Rommel Fernandez.

Pan de Azúcar
Full nameClub Deportivo Pan de Azúcar
FoundedOctober 16, 1974
Panama City, Panamá
ChairmanAdalberto Agámez
ManagerAlexander Fernandez
LeagueCopa Rommel Fernandez

It was founded in 1974[1] and it is based in San Miguelito.


Pan de Azúcar participated a number of times in ANAPROF, achieving 2 fourth-place finishes in 1993 and 1994 and a third place in 1995 before relegating to Primera A (now Liga Nacional de Ascenso) in 1999. Pan de Azúcar had to wait until 2003 to promote to ANAPROF,[2] becoming the first team in Panamanian football history to promote after previously being relegated.[1] However the team were relegated once again in 2004.

In 2012–13, the team was relegated to amateur level known as Copa Rommel Fernandez.[3][4]

In March 2014, it was reported long-time club president Adalberto Agámez died. He had led the club during their most successful period in the 1990s, finishing twice in 4th place of the ANAPROF competition.[5] The club however responded on Twitter that the reports were false and that Agámez was still alive. Former player Juan Serrano however was killed in March 2014.[6][7]


1. Miguel Trujillo (GK)

22. Miguel Corella (GK)

17. Romario Flores (CB) (C)

28. Virgil Paterson (CB)

19. Jonathan "Carroso" Gil (LB)

3. Amaury Meza (CF)

6. Trey Quintero (CM)

9. Guillermo "Isco" Enrique (CF)


Runner-up (3): 2000, 2003, 2006


  1. ^ a b CD Pan de Azúcar se despide de la LNA – Panama Futbol (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Pan de Azúcar reaparece hoy – La Prensa (in Spanish)
  3. ^ "Pan de Azucar Relegated". Archived from the original on 2013-11-09. Retrieved 2013-11-09.
  4. ^ LNA: Pan de Azúcar dice adiós a la élite – Todosports (in Spanish)
  5. ^ Recordando a un mecenas del fútbol, Dr. Adalberto Agámez Archived 2015-03-16 at the Wayback Machine – Somos Lasele (in Spanish)
  6. ^ Matan a dos en El Porvenir – El Siglo (in Spanish)
  7. ^ Fepafut lamenta la muerte de Juan Serrano y Édgar Martínez Archived 2016-04-15 at the Wayback Machine – FEPAFUT (in Spanish)

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