Quilmes Atlético Club


Quilmes Atlético Club
Quilmes
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Full name Quilmes Atlético Club
Nickname(s) El Cervecero (The Brewers)
Founded November 27, 1887
Ground Estadio Centenario Dr. José Luis Meiszner
El Centenario,
Quilmes, Buenos Aires Province
(Capacity: 30,200[1])
Chairman José Luis Meizner
Manager Ricardo Caruso Lombardi
League Primera B Nacional
2011 Clausura Primera División, 17th (relegated to Primera B Nacional)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Quilmes Atlético Club is a sports clubs of Argentina, based on the Partido de Quilmes, Buenos Aires Province. Quilmes is one of the oldest clubs of Argentina, having been founded in 1887. Its football squad currently plays in the Primera B Nacional Division.

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History

The institution was founded in 1887 by J. T. Stevenson in Quilmes under the name of Quilmes Rovers Club with an entire football team completely formed by British immigrants. In 1900 the club was renamed to Quilmes Athletic Club.

Quilmes 1887 team

Fothergil, Penman (captain), Francis; Tuker, Wilson, Moffat, Lamont, Muir, Belaumont, Morgan and Cladewell'

The club turned to its current name in 1950, because President Juan Perón wanted to change it to a Spanish form.[citation needed]

Quilmes' first championship title was the 1912 amateur championship. After many years of revolving between the Primera División and the 2nd tier the club finally clinched its only Primera División championship in the 1978 Metropolitano under the guidance of manager José Yudica.

Quilmes won the 2nd division championship on five occasions, the first in 1949 and the most recent in 1990–91. The squad also participated in 3 Copa Libertadores tournaments, first time in 1979 after obtaining Metropolitano 1978 championship. Quilmes qualified again in 1982 after finishing in second place in the league.

After gaining promotion to the Primera División in 2002–03 Quilmes finished in 5th place in 2003–04 qualifying for a continental competition (Copa Libertadores 2005) again.

Nickname

Quilmes most known nickname is El Cervecero (The Brewers) because of the Cerveza Quilmes brewery of the same city (which also is the main sponsor of the club).

Stadium

Quilmes started building a new stadium in 1987 to inaugurate it first in 1993, and then officially in 1995. It was extended in 1998 to its current capacity. The old stadium of Guido and Sarmiento junction was later demolished.

Current squad

Current squad of Quilmes Atlético Club as of August 13, 2011 (edit)
Sources: Official website and BDFA

No. Position Player
 ARG GK Walter Benítez
 ARG GK Silvio Dulcich
 ARG GK Emanuel Trípodi
 ARG DF Ariel Agüero
 ARG DF Joel Carli
 ARG DF Claudio Corvalán
 URU DF Ernesto Goñi
 ARG DF Damián Leyes
 URU DF Sebastián Martínez
 ARG DF Wilfredo Olivera
 ARG DF Martín Quiles
 ARG MF Luis Benítez
 ARG MF Cristian Bustos
 ARG MF Miguel Caneo
 ARG MF Emiliano Carrasco
No. Position Player
 ARG MF Leandro Díaz
 ARG MF Pablo Garnier
 ARG MF Germán Mandarino
 ARG MF Jacobo Mansilla
 ARG MF Diego Montellano
 ARG MF Lucas Rimoldi
 ARG MF Jorge Serrano
 URU FW Martín Cauteruccio
 ARG FW Martín Giménez
 ARG FW Javier Grbec
 ARG FW Sergio Hipperdinger
 ARG FW Leonardo Iglesias
 ARG FW Fernando Telechea
 ARG FW Pablo Vázquez

Manager: Ricardo Caruso Lombardi

Former players

Honours

Quilmes championship team in 1978
Metropolitano 1978
1912
1949, 1961, 1975, 1986–87, 1990–91

Other sports

The sports club has its installations in Quilmes with activities that include tennis, basketball, volleyball, and most notably field hockey, with a field hockey stadium (Estadio Nacional de Hockey) with 6,000 seats, and whose successful female and male professional teams have won 17 and 13 first division championships respectively.

References

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