Club Atlético Los Andes

Club Atlético Los Andes
Los Andes
Full name Club Atlético Los Andes
Nickname(s) Mil Rayitas (One Thousand Stripes)
Founded January 1, 1917
Ground Estadio Eduardo Gallardón,
Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina
(Capacity: 33,542 [1])
Chairman Alberto Jorge Chizzini
Manager Néstor Ferraresi
League Primera B Metropolitana
2010-11 22nd
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Club Atlético Los Andes is a sports club from the city of Lomas de Zamora, Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. The football team currently plays in the Primera B Metropolitana, the regionalised third division of the Argentine Football Association.

The club was founded by a group of young people in 1917, and its name was chosen to commemorate the first balloon flight across the Andes mountain, which had happened in 1916.

Los Andes has had three runs in the Argentine Primera División: the first was in 1961, the second time was between the 1968 and 1971 Metropolitano championships. Los Andes best ever final positions were: 6th in Group A 1968 Metropolitano, and 8th overall in 1968 Torneo Nacional.

The third run in Primera División was in 2000/01 and lasted only one season: Los Andes finished 19th out of 20 teams and was relegated to B Nacional with the worst points average in the division.

In 2008 the club was promoted to Primera B Nacional after winning a promotion playoff against Nueva Chicago.


Current Squad 2011/12

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
Argentina GK Maximiliano Scapparoni
Argentina GK Federico Diaz
Argentina GK Luciano Díaz
Argentina GK Ariel Barros
Argentina DF Germán Noce
Argentina DF Pablo Nieva
Argentina DF Emir Ham
Uruguay DF Cristian Franco
Argentina DF Alejandro Mena
Argentina DF Leandro Corulo
Argentina DF Marcelo Chávez
Paraguay DF Angel David Alonso
Argentina MF Luis Bevacqua
Argentina MF Franco Ascencio
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Emmanuel Francés
Argentina MF Gabriel Gandarillas
Argentina MF Leonel García Barros
Argentina MF José Luis Gómez
Argentina MF Rogelio Martínez
Argentina MF Gustavo Hernán Pinto
Argentina MF Damián Luna
Argentina FW Leonardo Romero
Argentina FW Maximiliano Castano
Argentina FW Gastón Lucano
Argentina FW Rodrigo Acosta
Argentina FW Damián Bogado
Argentina FW Ignacio Ruano
Argentina FW Martín Rose

Notable players

The 1938 team, which achieved the Primera C championship that year.
Los Andes team in 1957, which obtained the Primera C title.


The team that in 1960 got the last championship for the club.
  • Primera B: 1
1938, 1957

See also


External links

Coordinates: 34°45′28″S 58°25′12″W / 34.75778°S 58.42°W / -34.75778; -58.42

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