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Universidad Católica
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Full nameClub Deportivo Universidad Católica
Nickname(s)UC
Cato
La Católica (The Catholic)
Los Cruzados (The Crusaders)
Caballeros cruzados (Knights Crusaders)
Founded21 April 1937; 85 years ago (1937-04-21)
GroundEstadio San Carlos de Apoquindo
Capacity14,118[1]
ChairmanJuan Tagle
ManagerAriel Holan
LeagueCampeonato Nacional
2022CPD, 6th of 16
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile. Founded in 1937 they play in the Primera División, the top flight of Chilean football. The team has played its home games at Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo since 1988.

Universidad Católica has won the third most league championships at a national level. In domestic football, the club has won 28 trophies; a record 16 Primera División de Chile titles, 2 Segunda División de Chile, 4 Copa Chile, 4 Supercopa de Chile, a Copa Apertura, a Copa República. In international competitions, Universidad Católica have won a 1 trophies; Copa Interamericana (1994).

In 1993, Universidad Católica was the runner-up in the most important international tournament in South America: the Copa Libertadores de América, losing in the finals against the defending Libertadores' Champion São Paulo. Universidad Católica has reached semi-finals in the Copa Libertadores four times (years 1962, 1966, 1969 and 1984).

The club's most successful player is José Pedro Fuenzalida with eleven titles, and the player with most appearances is Mario Lepe with 639 games. Its traditional rival is Universidad de Chile, they contest the Clásico Universitario and Colo-Colo is the other big rival of the club.

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Association football

Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players who primarily use their feet to propel a ball around a rectangular field called a pitch. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposite team by moving the ball beyond the goal line into a rectangular-framed goal defended by the opposing side. Traditionally, the game has been played over two 45 minute halves, for a total match time of 90 minutes. With an estimated 250 million players active in over 200 countries and territories, it is considered the world's most popular sport.

Chile

Chile

Chile, officially the Republic of Chile, is a country in the western part of South America. It is the southernmost country in the world, and the closest to Antarctica, occupying a long and narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Chile covers an area of 756,096 square kilometers (291,930 sq mi), with a population of 17.5 million as of 2017. It shares land borders with Peru to the north, Bolivia to the north-east, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south. Chile also controls the Pacific islands of Juan Fernández, Isla Salas y Gómez, Desventuradas, and Easter Island in Oceania. It also claims about 1,250,000 square kilometers (480,000 sq mi) of Antarctica under the Chilean Antarctic Territory. The country's capital and largest city is Santiago, and its national language is Spanish.

Chilean Primera División

Chilean Primera División

The Chilean Primera División is the top-tier league of the Chilean football league system. It is organized by the ANFP. The league was previously known as the Campeonato AFP PlanVital for sponsorship reasons. In 2023, the ANFP signed a partnership with Betsson Group to become the official naming sponsor of the competition, which became known as Campeonato Betsson.

Chilean football league system

Chilean football league system

The Chilean football league system, called the Campeonatos Nacionales de Fútbol en Chile or Liga Chilena de Fútbol in Spanish, is a series of interconnected leagues for football clubs in Chile.

1983 Copa República

1983 Copa República

The Copa República 1983 was an official Chilean Cup tournament. The competition started on January 11, 1984, and concluded on March 7, 1984. Universidad Católica won the competition for their second time, beating Naval 1–0 in the final. Played on early 1984, the tournament was the second official cup competition of the season 1983.

1993 Copa Libertadores

1993 Copa Libertadores

The Copa Libertadores 1993 was the 34th edition of the Copa Libertadores, CONMEBOL's annual international club tournament. São Paulo won the competition.

1962 Copa Libertadores

1962 Copa Libertadores

The 1962 Copa de Campeones de América was the third edition of South America's premier club football tournament. Ten teams entered, one more than the previous season, with Venezuela again not sending a representative. This was the first edition in which the defending champions qualified automatically, allowing the nation which contained the holders to have an extra team in the tournament.

1966 Copa Libertadores

1966 Copa Libertadores

The 1966 Copa Libertadores de América was the seventh edition of the competition, the premier South American club football tournament, organized by CONMEBOL. Colombia and Brazil did not send their representatives. This edition became the first club competition of the world to include the runners-up of each of its participating association. Despite the fact that Colombian and Brazilian clubs did not participate, this tournament saw a record 95 matches being played out to determine this year's champion.

1969 Copa Libertadores

1969 Copa Libertadores

The 1969 Copa Libertadores de América was a football competition contested between the top clubs of the CONMEBOL federation. Estudiantes won the competition defeating Nacional 4–0 on points over two-legs. The CBD declared that no Brazilian club would play in the 1969 Copa Libertadores de América, since Brazil disagreed on the format of the tournament, whose dates would conflict with the preparation of the national team for the 1970 World Cup Qualifying matches.

1984 Copa Libertadores

1984 Copa Libertadores

The Copa Libertadores 1984 was the 25th edition of the Copa Libertadores, CONMEBOL's annual international club tournament. Independiente won the competition.

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile, that plays in the Primera División.

Clásico Universitario

Clásico Universitario

The Clásico Universitario is one of the most important rivalries of Chilean football and refers to any match contested between Universidad Católica and Universidad de Chile. This clásico (derby) has been recognized by FIFA as the most traditional of Chile. It is the oldest confrontation between two clubs from academic roots, as the first confrontation goes back to the University Classic of 1909.

History

Founding and beginnings in professional football

Universidad Católica 1939
Universidad Católica 1939
Universidad Católica 1949
Universidad Católica 1949

While the club was born as one of the many sport branches of the Universidad Católica de Chile, officially founded in 1937, it began, strictly speaking, around 1910, when students of the university would reunite to play football matches, frequently facing historical rival Universidad de Chile.[2] In time, the idea of creating a professional club emerged, and on 21 April 1937,[3] the club officially and legally began. It made its professional debut, in the second division, against the Universidad de Chile. Universidad Católica won its first League title in the 1949 season.[4]

In December 1956, Universidad Católica was placed at the bottom of the league table and relegated to Segunda División for the first time in its history.[5] On 10 November 1956, Universidad Católica won the Segunda División title after defeating Deportes La Serena by 3–2 and gained promotion straight back up to the top division, with captain Sergio Livingstone and Raimundo Infante claiming the top scorer award.[6] In the 1970s, Universidad Católica was facing an institutional, the team ended the 1973 Primera División tournament at the bottom of the table,[7] Universidad Católica was relegated to Segunda División for the second time in its history.[8] In 1975, Universidad Católica won the title and therefore returned to Primera División to play the 1976 season.[9][10]

In 1993, Universidad Católica reached their first ever Copa Libertadores final.[11] The team had previously eliminated clubs Atlético Nacional (2–0, 1–2 in round of 16), Barcelona (3–1, 1–1 in  quarterfinals) and América de Cali (1-0, 2–2 in semifinals).[12] In the finals, between the two legs after a heavy defeat away la Catolica won the second leg but lost São Paulo the title on aggregate 5–3.[13] With Manuel Pellegrini as manager, on 1 November 1994, after beating Saprissa 5–1 at San Carlos de Apoquindo with goals by Andrés Romero, Alberto Acosta, Juvenal Olmos, Miguel Ardiman and Rodrigo Barrera, Universidad Católica became the second Chilean team to win a Copa Interamericana,[14] they also achieved the 1995 Copa Chile title.[15]

In 1997 the club celebrated its 60th anniversary with a friendly tournament where they beat Ajax Amsterdam 3–2 in the Copa 60º Aniversario de Universidad Católica.[16]

In the 21st century

Universidad Católica won the title 2002 Primera División (Apertura) after beating Rangers de Talca 4–0 in final at San Carlos de Apoquindo, with Juvenal Olmos as manager.[17] In 2005 the club has been reemerged in international competition, advancing to the 2005 Copa Sudamericana semifinal before being knocked out by the powerful Boca Juniors from Argentina, who would go on to win the tournament.[18] On 22 December, Universidad Católica won their nine Chilean Primera División (Clausura) title, after beating Universidad de Chile's in a penalty shootout at Estadio Nacional.[19] In 2006 the team made a good presentation in the Copa Libertadores, but was eliminated at the last minute by Tigres UANL of Mexico and failed to advance beyond the group stage.[20]

Católica again played 2008 Copa Libertadores with no luck, being eliminated in the group stage by goal difference by River Plate and América.[21] In 2010 Copa Libertadores, their performance was no better, finishing third in group stage behind Universidad de Chile and Flamengo.[22] In the 2010 season a 3–2 defeat to Colo Colo in October gave Colo Colo a seven-point lead in the league with seven match of the season remaining.[23] A victory over Cobreloa 3–2 at Estadio Municipal de Calama, put them one point away from their first title since 2005.[24] In the last match, Universidad Católica defeated Everton 5–0 to secure the club's ten Chilean Primera Division title and end a five-year trophy drought.[25]

In the 2011 season they finished in second place in Chilean Primera División.[26] They also reached the 2011 Copa Chile final where they faced Deportes Magallanes.[27] Universidad Católica won 4–2 in a penalty shoot-out after the match finished 1–1.[27] In 2011 Copa Libertadores, Católica finished first on the group stage, and then advanced to the quarter-finals, knocking out Grêmio of Brazil on the best 16 round,[28] and falling to Peñarol of Uruguay 2–0 in Montevideo and winning their home match 2–1, which was not enough to advance.[29] In 2012 the club again played Copa Libertadores, under coach and former player Mario Lepe, finished last on the group stage, winning only 1 home game and losing on their away games in Colombia and Bolivia.[30] In Copa Sudamericana 2012, Universidad Católica advancing to the semifinal before being knocked out by the powerful São Paulo from Brazil,[31] who would go on to win the tournament.[32]

On April 30, 2016, Universidad Católica won the Primera Division Clausura title in 2016 for the first time in six years.[33] Universidad Católica won the title on the last matchday after beating Audax Italiano 2–1.[34] On 15 September 2016, the club won the Supercopa de Chile for a first time idefeating Universidad de Chile 2–1 in the final.[35] After, Universidad Católica won the Primera Division Apertura, the title was won on 8 December, where Universidad Católica faced Deportes Temuco at Germán Becker. Two goals in the last half-hour secured Universidad Católica a 2–0,[36] with Mario Salas leading the team towards its first Bicampeonato for winning two national titles in a row.[37]

Four consecutive Chilean Primera División

José Pedro Fuenzalida is the most decorated player in Universidad Católica history.[38]
José Pedro Fuenzalida is the most decorated player in Universidad Católica history.[38]

With Beñat San José as manager, Universidad Católica won the title 2018 on the last matchday after beating Deportes Temuco 2–1.[39] In 2019, with Gustavo Quinteros Universidad Católica won their 2th Supercopa de Chile[40] and won a second consecutive Primera División title.[41] Due to the 2019 Chilean protests, the competition was suspended since mid-October with six matchdays still left.[42] On 29 November 2019, ANFP's Council of Presidents voted to conclude the season.[43][44] The title was the 14th official league in the club's history.[45] In the 2010s, Universidad Católica won five league championships, a Copa Chile and two Chilean Supercups.[46]

On 14 February 2020, with Ariel Holan Universidad Católica secured their third consecutive Primera División title,[47] they also achieved the semi-finals of Copa Chile.[48] Days after winning the title, Holan announced his resignation as Universidad Católica[49] and in March, Gustavo Poyet was appointed coach, signing a two-year contract,[50] and Universidad Católica won their 3th Supercopa de Chile.[51] In 2021 Copa Libertadores, Católica finished second on the group stage,[52] and then advanced to the round of 16, before being knocked out by the Palmeiras from Brazil,[53] who would go on to win the tournament.[54] On 30 August 2021, Gustavo Poyet was sacked from his managerial position,[55] one day after Cristian Paulucci was announced as the new coach.[56] On 20 January 2021, Universidad Católica won their four Supercopa de Chile title, after beating Ñublense's in a penalty shootout.[57] On 4 December 2021, Universidad Católica were confirmed 2021 Primera División champions, reaching four consecutive league titles.[58][59]

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Club Deportivo Universidad Católica in international football

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica in international football

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica is a Chilean professional association football club based in Santiago. In international competitions, have won a 1 trophies; Copa Interamericana (1994). In 1993, Universidad Católica was the runner-up in the most important international tournament in South America: the Copa Libertadores de América, losing in the finals against the biggest club in Brazil and defending Libertadores' Champion São Paulo. Universidad Católica has reached semi-finals in the Copa Libertadores four times.

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile, that plays in the Primera División.

1955 Primera División de Chile

1955 Primera División de Chile

The 1955 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, was the 23rd season of top-flight football in Chile. Palestino was the tournament’s champion, winning its first ever title.

1956 Segunda División de Chile

1956 Segunda División de Chile

The 1956 Segunda División de Chile was the fifth season of the Segunda División de Chile.

Deportes La Serena

Deportes La Serena

Club de Deportes La Serena S.A.D.P., is a Chilean football club based in the city of La Serena, Coquimbo Region. The club was founded 9 December 1955 and plays in the first division of the Chilean football league. Their home games are played at the La Portada stadium, which has a capacity of 17,194 seats. Their biggest rival is Coquimbo Unido. They are nicknamed "Los Papayeros", because of the papayas that are grown near La Serena in the Elqui Valley.

1973 Primera División de Chile

1973 Primera División de Chile

The 1973 Campeonato Nacional was Chilean first tier's 41st season. Unión Española was the tournament's champion.

1975 Segunda División de Chile

1975 Segunda División de Chile

The 1975 Segunda División de Chile was the 24th season of the Segunda División de Chile.

1993 Copa Libertadores

1993 Copa Libertadores

The Copa Libertadores 1993 was the 34th edition of the Copa Libertadores, CONMEBOL's annual international club tournament. São Paulo won the competition.

Atlético Nacional

Atlético Nacional

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Barcelona S.C.

Barcelona S.C.

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América de Cali

América de Cali

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1993 Copa Libertadores Finals

1993 Copa Libertadores Finals

The 1993 Copa Libertadores Final was a two-legged football match-up to determine the 1993 Copa Libertadores champion. The finals were a match up of Brazilian club São Paulo and Universidad Católica from Chile.

Crests and colours

Its official fight song is the Hymn of the Sports Club of the Catholic University, based on the song Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!.[60][61]

Crests

The first crest had a design consisting of an interlacing of two initials of the club, "UC", in dark blue on a white shirt.

Kit suppliers and shirt sponsors

Period Kit manufacturer[62] Shirt sponsor
1976-1978 In-House Financiera Cash
1978 - 1980 Haddad
1981 New Leader
1981 - 1982 Adidas AFP San Cristóbal
1982 - 1985
1986 - 1989 Pan Am[63]
1989 Puma
1990 - 1991 Ladeco[63]
1992 - 1995 Diadora Samsung
1996 Lotto Sport Italia
1997 Parmalat
1998 - 1999 Reebok
2000 - 2001 BankBoston
2002 Nike
2003 - 2008 Cristal[64]
2008 - 2011 Puma[65]
2012 - 2014 DirecTV[66]
2015 - 2017 Umbro[67]
2018 Under Armour[68]
2020 - 2023 BICE[69]

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Fight song

Fight song

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Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!

Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!

"Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! " was one of the most popular songs of the American Civil War. George F. Root wrote both the words and music and published it in 1864 to give hope to the Union prisoners of war. The song is written from the prisoner's point of view. The chorus tells his fellow prisoners that hope is coming.

Adidas

Adidas

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Pan Am

Pan Am

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Diadora

Diadora

Diadora is an Italian sportswear and footwear manufacturing company based in Caerano di San Marco (Veneto), subsidiary of Geox, founded in 1948. Diadora produces football boots and athletic shoes, as well as a range of apparel that includes t-shirts, polo shirts, hoodies, jackets, leggings, shorts, and compression garments. Diadora also commercialises football balls in the US market.

Samsung

Samsung

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Lotto Sport Italia

Lotto Sport Italia

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Parmalat

Parmalat

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Reebok

Reebok

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BankBoston

BankBoston

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Umbro

Umbro

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Grounds

After moving between grounds, the team moved to the Independencia Stadium in 1945, which remained its home ground for 26 years and which was demolished because of the financial problems of the club, and started to play at Unión Española Stadium, the Santa Laura. After that, Universidad Católica moved its home matches to San Carlos de Apoquindo, which was inaugurated on 4 September 1988 with a match against River Plate.[70][71]

The Universidad Católica has attained fame as a favorite of the higher classes, because of many factors, which range from the location of the club's stadium, San Carlos de Apoquindo (in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of the capital) and Headquarters, although there are "UC" fans all around the country, including popular regions or towns.

Due to the neighborhood's strong influence (wealthy families), the club has been unable to be approved for projects to enlarge the stadium and thus draw larger crowds. Only until in recent years the club was allowed by the commune of Las Condes, to host their clasicos matches against Universidad de Chile and Colo-Colo in their own stadium. Although just a limited number of its rivals' supporters are allowed to be present at these matches due to security reasons inside the stadium and around its high-end neighborhood.[72]

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Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo

Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo

Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo is a football stadium, in Las Condes in the metropolitan region of Santiago de Chile. It is used mostly for home matches stadium of the Chilean top club CD Universidad Católica which also owns the stadium. The stadium was built in 1988 and currently holds 14,118 people.

Unión Española

Unión Española

Club Unión Española S.A.D.P. is a professional football club based in the Independencia neighborhood, commune of Santiago, Chile. They currently participate in the Primera División de Chile. It has a branch of women's football, and competes in national tournaments with its lower categories. Acclaimed as one of the four great of Chilean football, it is one of the longest-lived teams in the country.

Estadio Santa Laura-Universidad SEK

Estadio Santa Laura-Universidad SEK

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Club Atlético River Plate

Club Atlético River Plate

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Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile, that plays in the Primera División.

Colo-Colo

Colo-Colo

Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo is a Chilean professional football club based in Macul, Santiago. Founded in 1925 by David Arellano they play in the Chilean Primera División, from which they have never been relegated. The team has played its home games at Estadio Monumental David Arellano since 1989. Colo-Colo is regarded as the most successful club of Chilean football.

Records and statistics

Mario Lepe holds the record for most Universidad Católica appearances, having played 639 first-team matches (76 matches for Copa Libertadores de América) from 1982 to 2000. Andrés Romero comes second with 484 appearances. José María Buljubasich is Universidad Católica's all-least beaten goalkeeper, with 1352 minutes (4th on IFFHS ranking).[73]

Universidad Católica's all-time highest goalscorer in official competitions is Rodrigo Barrera with 118 goals,[74] surpassing Raimundo Infante's 113 goals in 2002.[75] Four other players have also scored over 100 goals for Universidad Católica: Alberto Fouillioux (1957-1975),[76] Néstor Isella (1963-1970),[76] Osvaldo Hurtado (1980-1988t)[76] and the previous goalscoring record-holder Raimundo Infante (1941-1956).[75] Infante being Universidad Católica's top goalscorer of all time in La Liga history with 103 goals.

The IFFHS ranked the team in 8th place in 2012.[77] The club has reached notoriety, both in a national and South American level, as the owner of one of the best infrastructures and training centers in the continent. As such, it is a good source of young talents, which occasionally rise to stardom in the club. Its most recent youth academy produced player known worldwide is Gary Medel, currently playing for Italian side Bologna FC, among other clubs such as Boca Juniors, Sevilla and Internazionale, as well as playing a big role in Chile's 2010 and 2014 World Cup squads.

Officially, the highest attendance figure for a Universidad Católica match is 77,890, which was for a Primera División match at Estadio Nacional on 11 January 1967. Universad Católica has also set records in Chilean football, most notably the most seasons won in a row  (four, during 2018–2021).[78]

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List of Club Deportivo Universidad Católica records and statistics

List of Club Deportivo Universidad Católica records and statistics

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica is a Chilean professional association football club based in Santiago. Universidad Católica currently plays in the Chilean Primera División.

Mario Lepe

Mario Lepe

Mario Enrique Lepe González is a retired Chilean footballer. He spent his entire career with Universidad Católica. He also represented the Chilean national side.

Raimundo Infante

Raimundo Infante

Raimundo Infante Rencoret was a Chilean football forward who played for Chile in the 1950 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Club Deportivo Universidad Católica.

Alberto Fouillioux

Alberto Fouillioux

Alberto Jorge Fouillioux Ahumada was a Chilean football midfielder and striker who earned 70 caps and scored 12 goals for the Chile national team during his career.

Néstor Isella

Néstor Isella

Néstor Ítalo Julio Isella Ferlini was an Argentine-Chilean professional footballer and head coach who played as a midfielder for clubs of Argentina and Chile. He was born in Rafaela, Argentina.

Osvaldo Hurtado (football manager)

Osvaldo Hurtado (football manager)

Osvaldo Heriberto Hurtado Galleguillos is a Chilean football manager and former player who played as a forward.

Gary Medel

Gary Medel

Gary Alexis Medel Soto is a Chilean professional footballer who plays for Italian club Bologna and the Chile national team as a centre-back and a defensive midfielder. Medel has played club football with several teams in numerous countries, starting out with Chilean side Universidad Católica, and later playing for Argentine side Boca Juniors, Spanish side Sevilla, Premier League side Cardiff City, and Italian side Inter Milan, before moving to Beşiktaş in Turkey in 2017. He then moved back to Italy and joined Bologna in 2019.

Bologna F.C. 1909

Bologna F.C. 1909

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Support and rivalries

Universidad Católica supporters during the 2011 Clásico Universitario match held at Estadio Nacional, Santiago.
Universidad Católica supporters during the 2011 Clásico Universitario match held at Estadio Nacional, Santiago.

Universidad Católica is the third club with the largest following in Chile, with approximately 13% of the total Chilean football fans according to research published in 2006 by Fundación Futuro, according by Spanish newspaper agency Marca in 2012 have approximately 9%[79] and according by Adimark in 2018, have a 7% of the total Chilean football fans.[80]

Clásico Universitario

There is often a rivalry between the two clubs from academic roots, where the game between Universidad Católica and Universidad de Chile is known as "Clásico Universitario". It is the oldest confrontation between two clubs from academic roots, as the first confrontation goes back to the University Classic of 1909.[3] Rivalry, both in sports and in academic issues, made these matches between the universities become more and more important, eventually reaching the national status of "Universities' Derby".[2]

This clásico has been recognized by FIFA as the most traditional of Chile.[81] They met for the first time on 13 June 1937 in matchday three of the first Serie B at the Estadio Militar.[2] These two teams have played twenty championship definitions against each other, Universidad Católica has won fourteen and Universidad de Chile six.[82]

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Clásico Universitario

Clásico Universitario

The Clásico Universitario is one of the most important rivalries of Chilean football and refers to any match contested between Universidad Católica and Universidad de Chile. This clásico (derby) has been recognized by FIFA as the most traditional of Chile. It is the oldest confrontation between two clubs from academic roots, as the first confrontation goes back to the University Classic of 1909.

Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos

Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos

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Marca (newspaper)

Marca (newspaper)

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Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile

Club Universidad de Chile is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile, that plays in the Primera División.

Segunda División Profesional de Chile

Segunda División Profesional de Chile

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Honours

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica honours
Type Competition Titles Seasons
Domestic Primera División 16 1949, 1954, 1961, 1966, 1984, 1987, 1997-A, 2002-A, 2005-C, 2010, 2016-C, 2016-A, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Segunda División 2 1956, 1975
Copa Chile 4 1983, 1991, 1995, 2011
Supercopa de Chile 4 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021
Copa República 1 1983
Copa Apertura 1 1949
Continent Copa Interamericana 1 1993
  •   record
  • S shared record

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1949 Primera División de Chile

1949 Primera División de Chile

The 1949 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol Profesional was Chilean first tier’s 17th season. Universidad Católica were the champions, winning their first ever league title.

1954 Primera División de Chile

1954 Primera División de Chile

The 1954 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol Profesional was first tier's 22nd season which Universidad Católica reached its second professional title. Highlighting, this was the first Primera División tournament with relegation system.

1961 Primera División de Chile

1961 Primera División de Chile

The 1961 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, was the 29th season of top-flight football in Chile. Universidad Católica won their third title following a 3–2 win against Universidad de Chile in the championship play-off on 5 January 1962, also qualifying for the 1962 Copa de Campeones.

1966 Primera División de Chile

1966 Primera División de Chile

The 1966 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, was the 34th season of top-flight football in Chile. Universidad Católica won their fourth title following a 4–2 win against Unión San Felipe on the 32nd matchday, also qualifying for the 1967 Copa Libertadores.

1984 Primera División de Chile

1984 Primera División de Chile

The 1984 Campeonato Nacional was Chilean football league top tier’s 52nd season. Universidad Católica was the tournament’s champion, winning its fifth title. The champion was decided by a small final tournament (Liguilla).

1987 Primera División de Chile

1987 Primera División de Chile

The 1987 Campeonato Nacional was Chilean football league top tier's 57th season. Universidad Católica was the tournament's champion, winning its sixth title.

1997 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

1997 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

The 1997 Campeonato Nacional Apertura Copa Banco del Estado was the 65th Chilean League top flight tournament, and its champion was Universidad Católica which won its seventh title after defeating Colo-Colo in the championship playoffs final.

2002 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

2002 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

The 2002 Campeonato Nacional Apertura Copa Banco del Estado was the 71st Chilean League top flight tournament. The champion was Universidad Católica which won its eight league title.

2005 Torneo Clausura (Chile)

2005 Torneo Clausura (Chile)

The 2005 Campeonato Nacional Clausura Copa Banco del Estado was the 78th Chilean League top flight, in which Universidad Católica won its 9th league title after beating Universidad de Chile on penalties, in the finals.

2016 Torneo Clausura (Chile)

2016 Torneo Clausura (Chile)

The 2016 Campeonato Nacional Clausura Scotiabank was the 98th Chilean League top flight, in which Universidad Católica won its 11th league title.

2016 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

2016 Torneo Apertura (Chile)

The 2016 Campeonato Nacional Apertura Scotiabank was the 99th Chilean League top flight, in which Universidad Católica won its 12th league title, their second in a row.

1956 Segunda División de Chile

1956 Segunda División de Chile

The 1956 Segunda División de Chile was the fifth season of the Segunda División de Chile.

Players

The Chilean Football Federation rules allow a maximum of seven foreign players per team, but only five can be on the pitch at any one time. Currently, Católica has six foreign players.

First-team squad

As of 7 December 2022[83]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Argentina ARG Matías Dituro
3 DF Chile CHI Eugenio Mena
4 DF Chile CHI Mauricio Isla
5 DF Chile CHI Daniel González
6 DF Argentina ARG Guillermo Burdisso
7 FW Argentina ARG Franco Di Santo
8 MF Chile CHI Ignacio Saavedra
9 FW Argentina ARG Fernando Zampedri
10 MF Chile CHI César Pinares
12 GK Chile CHI Martín Ballesteros
14 FW Chile CHI Luis Hernández
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF Chile CHI Cristián Cuevas
17 DF Chile CHI Branco Ampuero
18 FW Chile CHI Alexander Aravena
19 MF Chile CHI Bryan González
20 FW Chile CHI Gonzalo Tapia
21 DF Chile CHI Raimundo Rebolledo
22 GK Argentina ARG Nicolás Peranic
23 DF Chile CHI Byron Nieto
24 DF Chile CHI Alfonso Parot
28 GK Chile CHI Thomas Gillier
55 DF Uruguay URU Gary Kagelmacher

Youth Academy

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
27 MF Chile CHI Jorge Ortiz
29 FW Chile CHI Nicolas Sepulveda
30 MF Chile CHI Sebastian Espinoza
No. Pos. Nation Player
31 FW Chile CHI Milan Tudor
33 DF Chile CHI Pablo Pinto

Out on loan

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK Chile CHI Sebastián Pérez (at Unión Española)
GK Chile CHI Vicente Bernedo (at Cobreloa)
DF Chile CHI Tomás Asta-Buruaga (at Unión La Calera)
DF Chile CHI Carlos Salomón (at Deportes Santa Cruz)
DF Chile CHI Cristóbal Finch (at A.C. Barnechea)
No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Chile CHI Ian Toro (at Deportes Copiapó)
DF Chile CHI Aaron Astudillo (at Deportes Recoleta)
MF Chile CHI Juan Leiva (at Ñublense)
FW Chile CHI César Munder (at Cobresal)
FW Chile CHI Clemente Montes (at Celta de Vigo B)

2023 Summer transfers

In

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF Chile CHI Eugenio Mena (from Racing Club)
6 DF Argentina ARG Guillermo Burdisso (from Deportivo Cali)
7 FW Argentina ARG Franco Di Santo (from Tijuana)
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW Chile CHI Alexander Aravena (back from Ñublense)
23 DF Chile CHI Byron Nieto (loan from Deportes Antofagasta)

Out

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF Argentina ARG Germán Lanaro (Released)
3 DF Chile CHI Cristóbal Finch (Loan to A.C. Barnechea)
4 DF Chile CHI Aaron Astudillo (Loan to Deportes Recoleta)
5 MF Argentina ARG Yamil Asad (Released)
7 DF Chile CHI Tomás Asta-Buruaga (Loan to Unión La Calera)
11 MF Argentina ARG Luciano Aued (to Unión de Santa Fe)
14 MF Chile CHI Fabián Orellana (Released)
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 FW Chile CHI Clemente Montes (Loan to Celta de Vigo B)
19 MF Chile CHI José Pedro Fuenzalida (Released)
22 MF Chile CHI Juan Leiva (Loan to Ñublense)
25 GK Chile CHI Sebastián Pérez (Loan to Unión Española)
DF Chile CHI Sebastián Pino (to Deportivo Alavés)
MF Chile CHI Felipe Gutiérrez (Released)
FW Chile CHI Bruno Barticciotto (to Palestino)

Club captains

Since the establishment of the club in 1937, 19 players have been club captain of Universidad Católica.[84]

Name Period
Chile Nelson Sanhueza ?
Chile Ignacio Prieto 1977-1979
Chile Santiago Oñate 1980
Chile Juan Ubilla 1981
Chile Miguel Ángel Neira 1983-1987
Chile Osvaldo Hurtado 1988
Chile Pablo Yoma 1989
Chile Marco Cornez 1990
Chile Patricio Toledo 1991-1992
Chile Mario Lepe 1993-2000
Name Period
Chile Miguel Ramírez 2001-2003
Chile Nelson Parraguez 2004
Chile Cristián Álvarez 2004-2005
Chile Eduardo Rubio 2005-2006
Chile Francisco Arrué 2006
Argentina José María Buljubasich 2007-2008
Chile Milovan Mirošević 2009-2014
Chile Cristián Álvarez 2015-2018
Chile José Pedro Fuenzalida 2019-2022
Argentina Matías Dituro 2023-[85]

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FIFA eligibility rules

FIFA eligibility rules

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Goalkeeper (association football)

Goalkeeper (association football)

The goal-keeper is a position in association football. It is the most specialised position in the sport. The goalkeeper's main role is to stop the opposing team from scoring. This is accomplished by having the goalkeeper move into the trajectory of the ball to either catch it or direct it further from the vicinity of the goal line. Within the penalty area goalkeepers are allowed to use their hands, giving them the sole rights on the field to handle the ball. The goalkeeper is indicated by wearing a different coloured kit from their teammates and opposition.

Argentine Football Association

Argentine Football Association

The Argentine Football Association is the governing body of football in Argentina based in Buenos Aires. It organises the main divisions of Argentine league system, including domestic cups: Copa Argentina, Supercopa Argentina, Copa de la Liga Profesional, Trofeo de Campeones de la Liga Profesional and the Supercopa Internacional. The body also manages all the Argentina national teams, including the Senior, U-20, U-17, U-15, Olympic and women's squads. Secondly, it also organizes the women's, children, youth, futsal, and other local leagues.

Matías Dituro

Matías Dituro

Matías Ezequiel Dituro is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Chilean club Universidad Católica.

Defender (association football)

Defender (association football)

In the sport of association football, a defender is an outfield position whose primary role is to stop attacks during the game and prevent the opposition from scoring.

Football Federation of Chile

Football Federation of Chile

The Football Federation of Chile is the governing body of football in Chile. It was founded 19 June 1895, making it the second oldest South American association football federation, and is a founding member of CONMEBOL in 1916. It supervises of the Chile national football team, Chile women's national football team, Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional: (National Association of Professional Football, originally called Asociación Central de Fútbol, or ACF, and Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur.

Eugenio Mena

Eugenio Mena

Eugenio Esteban Mena Reveco is a Chilean professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Argentine Primera División side Racing Club and the Chile national team.

Mauricio Isla

Mauricio Isla

Mauricio Aníbal Isla Isla is a Chilean professional footballer who plays as a right-back and midfielder for Chilean Primera División club Universidad Católica and the Chile national team.

Daniel González (footballer, born 2002)

Daniel González (footballer, born 2002)

Daniel Enrique González Orellana is a Chilean footballer who currently plays as a defender for Chilean club Universidad Católica.

Guillermo Burdisso

Guillermo Burdisso

Guillermo Enio Burdisso is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a defender for Universidad Católica. Guillermo is the younger brother of former defender Nicolás Burdisso.

Forward (association football)

Forward (association football)

Forwards are outfield positions in an association football team who play the furthest up the pitch and are therefore most responsible for scoring goals as well as assisting them. As with any attacking player, the role of the forward relies heavily on being able to create space for attack.

Personnel

Current technical staff

Position Name
Manager Argentina Ariel Holan
Assistant Manager Chile Hernán Madrid
Academy team Manager Chile Andrés Romero
Fitness coach Chile Mauricio González
Assistant fitness coach Chile Cristián Villagrán
Goalkeeping coach Chile Juan Ignacio Fariello
Director of Football Argentina José María Buljubasich
  • Last updated: 19 April 2022
  • Source:[86]

Management

Position Staff
President Juan Tagle Quiroz
1st Vice-president Guillermo Agüero Piwonka
2nd Vice-president Hernán de Solminihac
Members Alex Harasic Durán
Sebastián Arispe Karlezi
Felipe Correa Rivera
Martín del Río Arteaga
Juan Pablo del Río Goudie
Jaime Estévez Valencia
Martín Cuthbert de Solminihac
Luis Larraín Arroyo
  • Last updated: 26 December 2021
  • Source:[87]

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List of Club Deportivo Universidad Católica managers

List of Club Deportivo Universidad Católica managers

Club Deportivo Universidad Católica is a professional football club based in Santiago, Chile, Chile, which plays in Chilean Primera División. This chronological list comprises all those who have held the position of manager of the first team of Universidad Católica from 1937. As of the start of the 2021 season, Real Madrid have had 57 full-time managers.

Argentina

Argentina

Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic, is a country in the southern half of South America. Argentina covers an area of 2,780,400 km2 (1,073,500 sq mi), making it the second-largest country in South America after Brazil, the fourth-largest country in the Americas, and the eighth-largest country in the world. It shares the bulk of the Southern Cone with Chile to the west, and is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Brazil to the northeast, Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Drake Passage to the south. Argentina is a federal state subdivided into twenty-three provinces, and one autonomous city, which is the federal capital and largest city of the nation, Buenos Aires. The provinces and the capital have their own constitutions, but exist under a federal system. Argentina claims sovereignty over the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, and a part of Antarctica.

Ariel Holan

Ariel Holan

Ariel Enrique Holan is an Argentine professional football manager of Universidad Católica.

Chile

Chile

Chile, officially the Republic of Chile, is a country in the western part of South America. It is the southernmost country in the world, and the closest to Antarctica, occupying a long and narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Chile covers an area of 756,096 square kilometers (291,930 sq mi), with a population of 17.5 million as of 2017. It shares land borders with Peru to the north, Bolivia to the north-east, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south. Chile also controls the Pacific islands of Juan Fernández, Isla Salas y Gómez, Desventuradas, and Easter Island in Oceania. It also claims about 1,250,000 square kilometers (480,000 sq mi) of Antarctica under the Chilean Antarctic Territory. The country's capital and largest city is Santiago, and its national language is Spanish.

Hernán Madrid

Hernán Madrid

Hernán Madrid is a naturalized Palestinian retired football defender, who played for Wadi Al-Nes. He is currently assistant coach to Fernando Vergara in Deportes Iquique, Chile.

Andrés Romero (Chilean footballer)

Andrés Romero (Chilean footballer)

Andrés Antonio Romero Samaniego is a Chilean retired football defender who was capped seven times for the Chile national team between 1990 and 1991. A player of Universidad Católica, he made his debut for the national squad on 8 November 1990 in a friendly against Brazil.

José María Buljubasich

José María Buljubasich

José María Buljubasich is a former Argentine football player who played as a goalkeeper in Argentina, Spain, Mexico, Chile and Paraguay. He won two titles, one in Argentina and the other in Chile.

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