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Unión San Felipe is a Chilean Football club, their hometown is San Felipe in the V Región of Valparaíso. They play in the second level of the Chilean football league, the Primera B. They were the Copa Chile champions, and played the 2010 Copa Sudamericana.

Unión San Felipe
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Full nameClub de Deportes Unión San Felipe
Nickname(s)Uni-Uni, Aconcagüinos
FoundedOctober 16, 1956
GroundEstadio Municipal de San Felipe
Capacity12,000[1]
ChairmanPablo Delgado
ManagerVacant
LeaguePrimera B
20187th

The club was founded on October 16, 1956 with the merger of Internacional and Tarcisio.

The club is the only team in Chile ever to win the second level and then the first level in consecutive seasons (1970 and 1971).[2]

HonoursEdit

Performance in CONMEBOL competitionsEdit

Best: First Round in 1972
1972: First Round
Best: Round of 16 in 2010
2010: Round of 16

Current squadEdit

Current squad of Unión San Felipe as of 13 August 2018 (edit)
Sources: ANFP Official Web Site

No. Position Player
1   CHI GK Andrés Fernández
2   CHI DF David Fernández
3   CHI DF Francisco Bahamondes
4   CHI DF Benjamín Gazzolo
5   CHI MF Francisco Levipán
6   CHI MF Cristián Collao
7   CHI MF Brayan Valdivia
8   ARG MF Emmanuel Pío
9   CHI FW Héctor Vega
10   CHI MF Jimmy Cisterna
11   URU MF Adolfo Lima
12   CHI GK Jonathan Salvador
14   CHI DF Félix Cortés
15   ARG MF Sebastián Riquelme
No. Position Player
16   CHI DF Nicolás Suárez
17   CHI DF Gonzalo Villegas
18   CHI DF José Vargas
20   CHI DF Brayams Viveros
21   ARG FW Franco Caballero
22   CHI MF Bryan Cortés
23   CHI FW Ignacio Mesías
24   CHI DF Jesús Pino
25   CHI GK Boris Pérez
26   CHI FW Sergio Cordero
27   ARG FW Gustavo Gotti
29   CHI MF José Luis Silva
34   CHI GK Martín Ibacache
--   CHI GK Jaime Gómez

Manager: Andrés Yllana

2019 Summer TransfersEdit

InEdit

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

No. Position Player
--   DF José Martínez (from Magallanes)
--   MF Cristián Muñoz (from Barnechea)
--   MF Leandro Fioravanti (from Crucero del Norte)
No. Position Player
--   FW Miguel Orellana (back from Barnechea)
--   FW Ángel Vildozo (from Comunicaciones)
--   FW Lautaro Palacios (from Defensores de Cambaceres)

OutEdit

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

No. Position Player
3   DF Francisco Bahamondes (to San Luis)
5   MF Francisco Levipán (to Deportes Temuco)
7   MF Brayan Valdivia (to Ñublense)
9   FW Héctor Vega (to Deportes Valdivia)
No. Position Player
11   MF Adolfo Lima (to Cerro Largo)
15   MF Sebastián Riquelme (Released)
20   DF Brayams Viveros (to Deportes Temuco)
27   FW Gustavo Gotti (back to O'Higgins)

ManagersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Unión San Felipe – El Estadio
  2. ^ "English Energy". rsssf.com/. Retrieved 26 May 2012.

External linksEdit