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Club Atlético River Plate (Asunción)

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Club Atlético River Plate (Asunción)

Not to be confused with Club Atlético River Plate.

River Plate
Full name Club River Plate
Nickname(s) El Kelito
Founded 15 January 1911
Ground Estadio River Plate,
Mburicaó , Paraguay
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Ezequiel González Ocampos
Manager Mario Rivarola
League División Intermedia (2nd division)
Intermedia 2012 10th
Home colours
Away colours

Club River Plate (mostly known simply as River Plate) is a Paraguayan football (soccer) club from the neighbourhood of Mburicaó, in Asunción; founded in 1911. The club has been playing in the lower divisions of the Paraguayan league for several decades and their most notable achievements are the three second-place finishes they achieved when they were playing in the first division.

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
- Paraguay GK Alberto Fernandez
- Paraguay GK Adrián Giménez
- Paraguay GK Gustavo Pedrozo
- Paraguay GK Víctor Valiente
- Paraguay DF Sergio Bareiro
- Paraguay DF Pedro Bogarín
- Paraguay DF Guido Buss
- Paraguay DF César Coronel
- Paraguay DF Pánfilo Escobar
- Paraguay DF Jorge Gonzalez
- Paraguay DF Hassel Herebia
- Paraguay DF Rodrigo Morel
- Paraguay DF Aníbal Pacheco
- Paraguay DF Miguel Páez
- Paraguay DF Luis Soto
- Paraguay MF David Almirón
- Paraguay MF Ernesto Alvarez
- Paraguay MF Fidelino Araújo
- Paraguay MF Oscar Basualdo
- Paraguay MF Hugo Benítez
- Paraguay MF César Bordaberry
No. Position Player
- Paraguay MF Alberto Cristaldo
- Paraguay MF Luis Duarte
- Paraguay MF Luis Espinoza
- Paraguay MF Juan Godoy
- Paraguay MF Hector Lopez
- Paraguay MF Edgar Ortiz
- Brazil MF Uranio Pereira
- Paraguay MF Marcelo Petit
- Paraguay MF David Portillo
- Argentina MF Mauro Quiroz
- Paraguay MF Jose Ramon
- Paraguay MF Fernando Ruiz
- Paraguay MF Pedro Sosa
- Paraguay MF Diego Urunaga
- Paraguay FW Rodrigo Del Puerto
- Paraguay FW Pablo Garay
- Paraguay FW Arnaldo Gauna
- Paraguay FW Gabriel Martinez
- Paraguay FW Willington Núñez
- Paraguay FW José Sasiain
- Paraguay FW Guillermo Villalba


Runners-up (3): 1919, 1926, 1930
1913, 1957

External links

  • Albigol: River Plate Info
  • Paraguayan Soccer Info

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