Mayagüez FC

Mayagüez FC
Mayaguez Futbol Club
Full name Mayaguez Football Club
Nickname(s) Indios
Founded 2004
Ground Mayagüez Athletics Stadium
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
(Capacity: 12,000)
Chairman Argentina Marcelo Cavanna
Manager Brazil Barros, Vítor HugoVítor Hugo Barros
League Puerto Rico Soccer League
2010 2nd Group A
Playoff: Semifinals
Home colours
Away colours

Mayaguez Football Club is an association football team that plays in Mayagüez. They currently play in the Puerto Rico Soccer League and in the Liga Nacional de Futbol de Puerto Rico.

This team is from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. They have been playing in the Metropolitan league and National league. In the year 2008, it was recognized as the third largest team on the island. They have won many tournaments, games, leagues, etc. Their moto is El orgullo de ser el más grande, Spanish for "The pride of being the biggest". This team has categories of all ages. To name a few there are u-6, u-8 or u-9, u-10, u- 12 or u-13, u-15, u-17 and open, masculine and feminino


Current squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Puerto Rico GK Javier Moya
2 Puerto Rico DF Tomas Piña
3 Puerto Rico DF Álvaro A. Torres
4 Puerto Rico FW Dwight Pagan
5 Puerto Rico DF Pedro Chacon
6 Puerto Rico MF Gabriel Tamayo
7 Puerto Rico DF Omar Esnaurrizar
8 Puerto Rico MF Raphel Mime Ortiz
9 Puerto Rico FW Joan Valcárcel
10 Brazil MF Mauricio Salles
11 Puerto Rico MF Mario Lozano
No. Position Player
12 Brazil MF Jesus Lires
13 Puerto Rico MF Omar Borrali
14 Brazil DF John E. Ibarguen
15 United States FW William Rivera
16 Puerto Rico DF John Urrutia
17 Puerto Rico MF Agostinho Pita
20 Brazil DF Leonaldo Tillemont
21 Colombia MF Daniel Ojeda
23 Brazil FW Gilmar S. Pita
25 Puerto Rico DF José F. Nieves


Club hierarchy

Mayagüez Ltd.

Chairman: Luis A. Vargas

Mayagüez plc.

Vice President : Gustavo Vargas

Club treasure  : Cristina Vargas

Club Secretary : Eddie Casiano



Liga Nacional

Lost their first game 6-2 to Academia Quintana.[3]


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