León de Huánuco

Club Social Deportivo León de Huánuco is a professional Peruvian football club based in the city of Huánuco. It is the biggest football club of Huánuco city. The club was founded in 1946 and play in the Primera División Peruana (Peruvian First Division).

León de Huánuco
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Full nameClub Social Deportivo León de Huánuco
Nickname(s)"Los cremas del centro"
(The central highlands cream-colored ones)
Founded29 June 1946; 74 years ago (1946-06-29)
GroundEstadio Heraclio Tapia,
Huánuco, Peru
Capacity25,000
ChairmanPeru Luis Picón Quedo
ManagerArgentina Carlos Ramacciotti
LeagueCopa Perú
2018National Stage
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

The club occupies the position 14 in the board accumulated of championships of First Division.

In the 1972 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco was runner-up and classified to the 1973 Torneo Descentralizado.

In the 1980 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco classified to the 1981 Torneo Descentralizado, when defeated Comercial Aguas Verdes.

In the 2000 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco classified to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Coronel Bolognesi in the semifinals.

In the 2001 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco classified to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Deportivo Bolito in the semifinals.

In the 2002 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco classified to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Atlético Universidad in the semifinals.

In the 2006 Copa Perú, León de Huánuco classified to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Sport Huamanga in the round of 16.

On December 12, 2010, at Estadio Monumental, Leon de Huanuco was defeated by Universidad San Martín de Porres in Peru's two-legged final that gave USMP the domestic championship.

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RivalriesEdit

León de Huánuco has had a long-standing rivalry with Alianza Universidad.

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Current squadEdit

As of 21 April 2015.[1]

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   PER Jesús Cisneros
2 DF   PER José Granda
3 DF   PER Víctor Balta
4 DF   PER Juan Barreda
5 MF   BRA Lucas Costa
6 MF   PER Junior Castrillón
7 FW   PER Reimond Manco
8 MF   PER Juan Carlos Mariño
10 MF   PER Johan Sotil
11 MF   PER Anderson Santamaría
12 GK   PER Eduardo Figueroa
13 MF   PER Gerson Gonzáles
14 FW   PER Alonso Ibánez
15 DF   PER Renato Zapata
16 DF   PER Manuel Corrales
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   PER Jean Tragodara
18 FW   PER Oshiro Takeuchi
19 FW   COL Jeison Quiñónes
20 DF   PER Dante Brancacho
21 DF   PER Amilton Prado
22 MF   PER Ricardo Salcedo
23 FW   PER Gerardo Gárate
25 DF   PER Gianfranco Espinoza
24 DF   PER Willy Rivas
26 FW   PER Jarvey López
27 GK   PER Ángel Azurín
28 MF   PER Hermel Espinoza
29 MF   PER Gustavo Stagnaro
30 MF   PER Daniel Sanchez
- FW   ARG Mauro Olivi

Technical staffEdit

As of 21 April 2013
Position Name
Manager   Rolando Chilavert
Assistant Manager

ManagersEdit

HonoursEdit

NationalEdit

Runner-up (1): 2010
Winners (2): 1980, 2009
Runner-up (1): 1972

RegionalEdit

Winners (3): 2000, 2001, 2002
Runner-up (1): 2009
Winners (1): 2006
Winners (12): 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007
Runner-up (5): 2004, 2008, 2009, 2017, 2018
Runner-up (2): 2008, 2009
Winners (4): 1954, 1966, 1967, 1968
Runner-up (1): 2018

ResultsEdit

Performance in CONMEBOL competitionsEdit

Competition A P W D L GF GA
Copa Libertadores 1 6 1 2 3 4 8
Copa Sudamericana 1 2 0 0 2 2 4

A = appearances, P = matches played, W = won, D = drawn, L = lost, GF = goals for, GA = goals against.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2011 Copa Libertadores Group Stage   Oriente Petrolero 1–0 0–2
  Grêmio 1–1 0–2
  Junior 1–2 1–1
2012 Copa Sudamericana Q1   Deportivo Quito 0–1 2–3

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mercado de Pases 2012: León" (in Spanish). dechalaca.com. Retrieved 30 March 2012.

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