Deportes Quindío

Deportes Quindío is a professional Colombian football club based in Armenia, Colombia, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera B. The club was founded on 8 January 1951, and its best achievement was win the 1956 tournament. They play their home games at the Centenario stadium. The club was called Atlético Quindío from 1953 to 1963.[2]

Deportes Quindío
Deportes quindio crest.svg
Full nameCorporación Deportes Quindío
Nickname(s)Los Cuyabros (from Cuyabra, a type of inedible pumpkin),
Los Cafeteros (The Coffee Growers),
El Milagroso (The Miraculous)
Founded8 January 1951; 70 years ago (1951-01-08)
GroundEstadio Centenario
Armenia, Colombia
Capacity20,716[1]
ChairmanJesús Hernando Ángel
ManagerÓscar Héctor Quintabani
LeagueCategoría Primera B
20195th
WebsiteClub website

StadiumEdit

HonoursEdit

National HonoursEdit

Runners-up (2): 1953, 1954

Performance in CONMEBOL competitionsEdit

1998: Quarter-finals
1999: First Round

Current squadEdit

As of 8 June 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   COL Arled Cadavid
2 DF   COL José Cabarcas
3 DF   COL Brayan Ceballos
4 DF   COL Anuar Hurtado
5 DF   COL Wilmer Palacios
6 DF   COL Jesús Figueroa
7 MF   COL Joan Cortés
8 MF   COL Yéiner Orozco
10 FW   COL Roy Castillo
11 FW   COL Wilson España
12 GK   COL Luis Estacio
13 MF   COL Alexis Serna
15 DF   COL Leyser Chaverra
17 DF   COL Jackson Montaño
18 FW   COL Danny Santoya
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 FW   COL Olmes García
21 MF   COL Exneider Guerrero
22 MF   COL Jhon Balanta
23 MF   COL Didier Pino
25 FW   COL Juan Garavito
26 MF   COL Jader Quiñónes
27 FW   COL Diber Cambindo
28 MF   COL Luis Carabalí
29 MF   COL Carlos Palacio
DF   COL John Jairo Montaño
MF   COL Jairo Borrero
MF   COL Yani Quintero
MF   COL Junior Rangel
FW   COL Yílmar Filigrana
FW   COL Henry Javier Hernández

ManagersEdit

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