Miramar Misiones

Club Sportivo Miramar Misiones, usually known simply as Miramar Misiones is an Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo. The club was formed from the merger of two clubs: Miramar (founded on October 17, 1915) and Misiones (founded on March 26, 1906), in June 1980. As part of the merger, the new strip for the new club was a mixture of those of the previous two clubs. The home strip (white and black) is the old Miramar strip, and the away strip was the one used by Misiones. What made this merger notable was that Miramar and Misiones were local derby rivals, having both originated in the same neighbourhood of Montevideo.

Miramar Misiones
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Full nameClub Sportivo
Miramar Misiones
Nickname(s)Cebritas, Monitos, Milrayitas
Founded25 June 1980
GroundParque Luis Méndez Piana,
Montevideo, Uruguay
ChairmanEugenio Gambetta Gabin
CoachRichard Pellejero
LeaguePrimera División Amateur

Previous to the creation of this club, Miramar also merged with legendary club Albion in 1976, forming 'Albion Miramar'. However, this entity lasted for only 2 seasons.

Current squadEdit

As of 24 October 2018.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   URU Nicolás Gómez
3 DF   URU Santiago Mastrángelo
4 MF   URU Pablo Castro
5 MF   URU Jonathan Ríos
6 MF   URU Matías Appelt
7 MF   URU Cristian Higuimaran
8 MF   URU Ignacio Christophensen
9 FW   URU Federico Fernández
10 FW   URU Walter Pandiani
12 GK   URU Alberto Eiraldi
13 DF   URU Pablo Pallante
15 DF   URU Adrián Romero
16 MF   URU Marcelo Broli
17 MF   URU Agustín Miraballes
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW   URU Santiago Pallares
19 MF   URU Sebastián Pérez
20 MF   URU Facundo Tealde
21 DF   URU Matías Lazo (on loan from Defensor Sporting)
22 MF   URU Agustin Trinidad
23 MF   ARG Leonel García Barros
24 MF   URU Ignacio Avilés (on loan from Danubio)
99 DF   SLV Dennis Marquez




1942, 1953 (as Miramar), 1986
1917,[note 1] 1935,[note 2], 1971[note 1]
1974 (as Misiones)
  • Divisional Extra (3rd level): 2
1917, 1937 (as Miramar)
  • Divisional Extra (4th level): 1
1953 (as Misiones)
  1. ^ a b Title won by its predecessor, "Misiones F.C.".
  2. ^ Title won by its predecessor, "Club Sportivo Miramar"

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