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|Full name||Deportivo Humaitá Football Club|
|Founded||February 19, 1932|
|Ground||Estadio Pioneros de Corumba Cué,|
Mariano Roque Alonso , Paraguay
|Chairman||Paulo Cesar Pico|
|League||Paraguayan Fourth Division|
The club took its name from the historic Paraguayan city of Humaitá.
It is the third oldest team from Mariano Roque Alonso and won 12 titles from the regional league of that city, before joining the Liga Paraguaya de Futbol and participating in the lower divisions with other metropolitan area teams. Its biggest achievement was promotion to the Paraguayan first division in 1993. It competed in the first division for three years before being relegated to the second division.
Humaitá currently[when?] plays in the "Primera División Chilo" which is equivalent to the fourth division.
Runner-up (1): 1991.
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