Sportivo Luqueño

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Club Sportivo Luqueño is a Paraguayan football club, based in the city of Luque on the outskirts of the capital Asunción. Hitherto, the club has won two Paraguayan championship titles.

Sportivo Luqueño
Luqueño Emblem
Full nameClub Sportivo Luqueño
Nickname(s)Kure-Luque(Luque Pig)

El Chanchon (The Pig)

FoundedMay 1, 1921; 99 years ago (1921-05-01)
GroundEstadio Feliciano Cáceres
Luque, Paraguay
ChairmanCelso Caceres
ManagerHernán Rodrigo López
LeaguePrimera División
2019 Clausura10th


The club was founded in 1921 when three teams from the city of Luque (Marte Atlético, General Aquino and Vencedor) decided to merge and form one single club: Sportivo Luqueño. Only three years after its foundation, the team was already playing in the first division and fighting for the title. So far, Sportivo Luqueño has won three first division titles in the Paraguayan league, in 1951, 1953 and 2007.

For the 1999 Copa América, hosted by Paraguay, the club built a brand new stadium which seats 25,000, making it the third largest in Paraguay (after the Defensores del Chaco in Asunción and the Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi in Ciudad del Este).

The fans of the club are very passionate and that can be seen when visiting the city of Luque, where basically everything is decorated by the club's colors (blue and yellow).

Club anthemEdit

The official anthem of Club Sportivo Luqueño was created in the first decades of the club, where in a group of fanatical musicians and artists Luqueños, decided to make a club on the eve of the club's anniversary. On that occasion several music dedicated to the institution were revealed, in which I highlight the song presented by Luqueño Musician Juan Bautista Almirón. Thus causing the euphoria of all those present, who accompanied with palms and choirs.

Clothing and SponsorsEdit

From the beginning the design was always vertical blue and yellow stripes, and sometimes used the shirt or shirt as an alternative half blue and the other yellow in the 50s. But the club's traditional design was always used, and It was constituted by blue and yellow vertical stripes, which with time would be the representative colors, which identifies the city of Luque.

On the chest a shield with the initial C.S.L. and three golden stars included in the late 90s, represent the three clubs that merged for the creation of the club "Athletic Mars", "The Winner" and "Gral. Aquino", with blue shorts and blue or yellow socks .


The team is identified with the nickname of "Kuré Luque", because the city of Luque is famous for pigs (Kuré, which in the Guaraní means pig), and even the club owns a pig as a team mascot in the facilities. "KURÉ LUQUE" (Chancho Luqueño) due to an old anecdotic fact: the pigs were transported to Asunción in certain train carriages, which in football days were also used by fans and Sportivo Luqueño players. For this reason the fans of the opposite team said "There come the Kure Luque"


1951, 1953
  • Torneo Apertura: 2007
1924, 1956, 1964, 1968

Performance in CONMEBOL competitionsEdit

First Round (3): 1976, 1984, 2008
Best: Quarter-Finals (1) in 1993
First Round (1) in 1997
Best: Semifinals: 2015

Current squadEdit

As of 21 April 2018.[1][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   PAR Bernardo Medina
2 DF   PAR Gustavo Giménez
3 DF   PAR Richard Escobar (on loan from Guaraní)
4 DF   PAR Joel Roa
5 DF   PAR Rubén Monges
6 MF   PAR Marcos Riveros -
7 FW   PAR Fredy Bareiro
8 MF   PAR Marcos Gamarra
9 FW   ARG Nicolás Orsini (on loan from Tokushima Vortis)
10 MF   PAR Julio dos Santos
11 MF   PAR Júnior Brítez (on loan from Olimpia)
12 GK   PAR Ruben Escobar
13 GK   ARG Sebastián D'Angelo
13 FW   PAR Blas Armoa
16 DF   PAR Sergio Vergara (on loan from Libertad)
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   PAR Jorge Núñez
18 DF   PAR Aquilino Giménez (on loan from Olimpia)
19 MF   PAR Miguel Godoy
20 MF   PER Luis Matto
21 FW   PAR Alexis Rojas
22 FW   URU Gonzalo Barreto
23 FW   PAR Osmar Leguizamón (on loan from Olimpia)
24 DF   BOL Nelson Cabrera
24 DF   SLV Bryan Tamacas
28 DF   PAR Joel Benítez
GK   PAR Pedro Paredes
GK   PAR Oscar Meza
MF   PAR Hugo Aguilera
MF   PAR Luis Ibarra
MF   PAR Pedro Martínez
MF   PAR Víctor Villalba
FW   PAR Enso Villamayor

Notable playersEdit

To appear in this section a player must have either:
  • Played at least 125 games for the club.
  • Set a club record or won an individual award while at the club.
  • Been part of a national team squad at any time.
  • Played in the first division of any other football association (outside of Paraguay).
  • Played in a continental and/or intercontinental competition.



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