San Salvador F.C.

San Salvador Fútbol Club was a professional football club located in San Salvador, El Salvador that participated in Primera División de Fútbol Profesional from 2002 to 2008.

San Salvador F.C.
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Full nameSan Salvador Fútbol Club
Nickname(s)Panteras
Founded2002
Dissolved2008
GroundEstadio Cuscatlán
Capacity52,900

The club played its home games at Estadio Cuscatlán, which is the largest stadium in El Salvador.

HistoryEdit

The club was only founded on 7 January 2002 and bought the licence of ADET to compete in the 2002 Clausura season of the Salvadoran Premier Division. They boasted an impressive squad of Salvadoran internationals, most prominently Salvadoran legend Mágico González, and won the 2003 Clausura league title.

After the Clausura 2008 season, San Salvador finished second last in the league and as a result had to take part in a playoff with Segunda División runner-up Juventud Independiente to stay in the First division. San Salvador lost the home and away playoff 4–2 on aggregate and was relegated. Following this San Salvador continued to have problems, although this time it was due to players complaining that they had not been paid. San Salvador could not afford to pay its players, so it decided to sell its spot in the Segunda División, and paid its players with the money that they got. This effectively killed the club, and it has since ceased operations.

Home stadiumEdit

HonoursEdit

2003

Year-by-yearEdit

Year Reg. Season Finals
Clausura 2002 8th Did not qualify
Apertura 2002 1st Runner-up
Clausura 2003 2nd Winner
Apertura 2003 5th Did not qualify
Clausura 2004 10th Did not qualify
Apertura 2004 2nd Semi-Finalist
Clausura 2005 9th Did not qualify
Apertura 2005 5th Did not qualify
Clausura 2006 7th Did not qualify
Apertura 2006 6th Did not qualify
Clausura 2007 7th Did not qualify
Apertura 2007 8th Did not qualify
Clausura 2008 10th Did not qualify

Head coachesEdit

Team recordsEdit

  • Games:
      TBD (100)
  • Goals:
      Alexander Obregon (37)
  • Assists:
      TBD (36)
  • Clean Sheets:
      TBD

Top goalscorersEdit

No. Player period Goals
1   Alexander Obregon TBD 37
2     Emiliano Pedrozo TBD 30
3   Eliseo Quintanilla TBD 21
4   TBD 2019 TBD
5   TBD 2019 tbd
6   TBD 2019 tbd
7   TBD 2019 tbd
8   TBD 2019 tbd
9   TBD 2019 tbd
10   TBD 2019 5

Note: Players in bold text are still active with San Salvador

External linksEdit