Atlético de Rafaela

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Atlético de Rafaela
Logotipo Oficial y Escudo del Club Atlético de Rafaela.svg
Full nameAsociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela
Nickname(s)La Crema
Founded13 January 1907; 112 years ago (1907-01-13)
GroundNuevo Monumental
Rafaela, Santa Fe Province
Capacity14.660 [1]
ChairmanEduardo Gays
ManagerWalter Otta
LeaguePrimera B Nacional
2018–1917th
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Asociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela (locally [asosjaˈsjon muˈtwal soˈsjal i depoɾˈtiβa aˈtletiko ðe rafaˈela]; usually known simply as Atlético de Rafaela) is an Argentine sports club from the city of Rafaela, in Santa Fe Province. The club is mostly known for its professional football team, which currently plays in Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.

Apart from football, other sports and activities practised at the institution are basketball, chess, field hockey, artistic gymnastics, paddle tennis, roller skating, skeet shooting, swimming, tennis and volleyball.[2]

History[edit]

Atlético Rafaela team of 2012

Under the name "Club Atlético Argentino de Rafaela", the club was founded in the city of Rafaela, Santa Fe Province in 1907. In 1915 the name was changed to "Club Atlético de Rafaela"; the Monumental de Barrio Alberdi concrete stadium was erected in 1951.

The club was turned into a non-profit organization in 1988, and renamed Asociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela ("Social and Sport Association Rafaela Athletic"). Only a year later Rafaela reached the second division after defeating Atlético Ledesma by 3–0 with goals scored by López (20', 30') and Poelman (35').[3]

Atlético de Rafaela played in the second division for 14 years until the team won the Apertura 2002 and the Clausura 2003 to finally reach the first division. After losing the promoción against Huracán de Tres Arroyos, Atlético de Rafaela was relegated to the second division again.

The following season Atlético lost its chance to return to the first division, after losing the promoción, against Argentinos Juniors.

In 2009 Rafaela earned another chance to return to the Primera División via a playoff against Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata. After winning the first final 3–0, Rafaela lost the second match by the same score (0–3) and had to stay in the second division once again.

Atlético de Rafaela fans are referred to as Cremosos or Celestes, and the people that follows the team everywhere are known as La Barra de los Trapos .

The club also has an important car racing circuit since 1919, which hosts many competitions including the Turismo Carretera (since 1941) and the TC 2000 (since 1983).

On the 21st of May 2011, after defeating Atlético Tucumán 2–0 with goals scored by Carniello and Aldana, they earned a place back in the first division for the 2011–12 season.[4]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 23 October 2018.

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

No. Position Player
4 Argentina DF Eros Medaglia
5 Argentina MF Mateo Castellano
11 Argentina FW Mauro Albertengo
12 Argentina GK Ramiro Macagno
13 Argentina MF Diego Montiel
14 Argentina DF Tomás Baroni
18 Argentina MF Lucas Pittinari
20 Argentina DF Oscar Carniello
21 Argentina MF Facundo Soloa
23 Argentina FW Marco Borgnino
24 Argentina DF Lucas Blondel
25 Argentina MF Enzo Copetti
26 Argentina FW Ramón Barraza
28 Argentina MF Gianfranco Ferrero
30 Argentina MF Santiago Paz
32 Argentina GK Guido Rossetti
33 Argentina GK Matías Tagliamonte
35 Argentina MF Ángelo Martino
No. Position Player
Argentina DF Nazareno Fernández Colombo
Argentina DF Franco Lazzaroni
Argentina DF Francisco Ortega
Argentina DF Nahuel Speck
Argentina MF Enzo Bertero
Argentina MF Enzo Gaggi
Argentina MF Pablo Gaitán
Argentina MF Diego Meza
Uruguay MF Agustín Nadruz
Argentina MF Lautaro Navas
Argentina MF Alexis Castro
Argentina MF Alfredo Pussetto
Argentina MF Lucas Quiroz
Argentina FW Matías Godoy
Argentina FW Gonzalo Klusener
Argentina FW Mauro Marconato
Argentina FW Federico Ortíz

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
27 Argentina FW Sergio Sosa (on loan at Independiente Rivadavia)
Argentina FW Manuel Bustos (on loan at Libertad)

Notable players[edit]

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To appear in this section a player must have either played at least 50 games for the club, set a club record or played for their national team.

Managers[edit]

Institutional[edit]

Current Board[edit]

Executive Board 2017[39]

  • President: Eduardo Gays
  • 1st Vice-president: Carlos Eguiazú
  • 2nd Vice-president: Adrián Steinaker

List of all-time chairmen[edit]

  • Eduardo Ripamonti (1907–1910)
  • Alfredo Miles (1911)
  • Eloy Gaitán (1912)
  • Eusebio Forns (1913)
  • Calesancio Stoffel (1914)
  • Virgilio Fanti (1915)
  • Ermindo Bertolaccini (1916)
  • Juan Pablo Fiorillo (1917)
  • Virgilio Fanti (1918)
  • Octavio Zóbboli (1919–1921)
  • Ermindo Bertolaccini (1922)
  • Santiago Rodríguez (1923–1924)
  • Ermindo Bertolaccini (1925)
  • Bernardo Strubia (1926)
  • Santiago Rodríguez (1927)
  • Miguel Villabrica (1928)
  • Ernesto Remonda (1928)
  • José Gutiérrez (1929–1930)
  • Pablo Comtesse (1931)
  • Carlos Casabella (1932)
  • Rinaldo Ripamonti (1933)
  • Juan Cagliero (1934)
  • José Gutiérrez (1935)
  • Carmelo Sáenz (1936)
  • Juan Báscolo (1936–1937)
  • Carmelo Sáenz (1943)
  • Juvenal Viotti (1944)
  • Luis Radicci (1945–1946)
  • Ricardo Santi (1947–1948)
  • Luis Radicci (1949)
  • Juan Cagliero (1950)
  • Juan Báscolo (1951–1954)
  • Juan Berzero (1955–1958)
  • Ricardo Santi (1959–1960)
  • Néstor Ruatta (1961–1964)
  • Bernardo Kuschnir (1965–1968)
  • Eduardo Ricotti (1969–1972)
  • Aníbal Alberto (1972)
  • David Alujes (1973–1976)
  • Edison Valsagna (1977)
  • Isidro Dellasanta (1977–1980)
  • Egidio Bocco (1981–1989)
  • Silvio Fontanet (1990–1996)
  • Gabriel Gaggiotti (1997–2001)
  • Ricardo Tettamantti (2002–2014)
  • Homero Ingaramo (2014-2016)

Titles[edit]

National[edit]

Regional[edit]

  • Liga Rafaelina (17): 1923, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1994, 1996, 2013

Friendly[edit]

  • Copa Ciudad de Rosario (1): 2012 [43]
  • Copa Centenario Patronato de Paraná (1): 2014 [44]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Maximum goal scorer of the club with 56 goals.
  2. ^ Foreign player with highest number of appearances (124 matches) with the club.[5]
  3. ^ Foreign player with second highest number or appearances (98 matches) with the club.[5]
  4. ^ Foreign player with third highest number or appearances (35 matches) with the club.[5]
  5. ^ Highest number of appearances with the team with 312 games played[6]
  6. ^ Highest number of appearances with in the Primera División Argentina, with 35 games.
  7. ^ Foreign player with fourth highest number of appearances (35 matches) with the club.[5]
  8. ^ Top goalscorer of the Primera B Nacional 2010–2011 season, with 21 goals.[7]
  9. ^ Scored the goal of the victory against Colón in a match tiebreak.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stadium Capacity
  2. ^ Deportes amateur on A. Rafaela website, 28 Sep 2018
  3. ^ 1989's Promotion. Archived February 1, 2015, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "An appropriate triumph from a champ", Diario Olé.
  5. ^ a b c d Foreigns in Alberdi.
  6. ^ "It's a see you later" – DiarioLaOpinion.com.ar Archived April 2, 2015, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ Season 2010–2011 is over. Archived 2014-09-10 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Atlético de Rafaela defeated Colón and sent him to the second division.
  9. ^ a b Atlético de Rafaela History. Archived February 1, 2015, at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ a b c "A cycle of good statistics", Diario La Opinion. Archived May 20, 2015, at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ "2 decades from the last derby", Diario La Opinion. Archived May 20, 2015, at the Wayback Machine
  12. ^ Roberto Roger: "The Rabbit". Archived March 4, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
  13. ^ "Interview with Carlos González: Alfaro's right hand". Archived from the original on 2017-11-07. Retrieved 2015-04-18.
  14. ^ Guiso is back.
  15. ^ Bottaniz joins to bring expertise.
  16. ^ Oscar "Cachin" Blanco is no longer Atlético de Rafaela's coach.
  17. ^ Another one has slowed down the pace.
  18. ^ Osvaldo Piazza is now the coach of Atlético de Rafaela.
  19. ^ Rafaela paid expensive his mistakes.
  20. ^ "World Champions" – Clarin.com.
  21. ^ Jorge Ginarte is Atlético de Rafaela's new coach.
  22. ^ Jorge Ginarte left his spot of coach in "la Crema".
  23. ^ "Oscar Garré: Argentina is always favorite to win the World Cup".
  24. ^ Juan Amador Sánchez will lead Atlético Rafaela.
  25. ^ Carlos Marcelo Fuentes is the new coach of Atlético Rafaela.
  26. ^ Trullet is no longer the coach of Atlético Rafaela.
  27. ^ Forestello is the new coach of Atlético de Rafaela.
  28. ^ Forestello left his spot as coach of Rafaela.
  29. ^ Burruchaga ends his cycle in Atlético de Rafaela. Archived May 28, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
  30. ^ Burruchaga returns to Atlético de Rafaela - infonews.com
  31. ^ Burruchaga left Atlético de Rafaela
  32. ^ "It is finally official". Archived from the original on 2014-07-14. Retrieved 2014-06-11.
  33. ^ Roberto Sensini is no longer Atlético de Rafaela's Coach.
  34. ^ The club authorities confirmed Astrada as new coach.
  35. ^ Astrada says 'bye' to Atlético de Rafaela
  36. ^ "Chocho Cream" Diario Ole
  37. ^ [1] Newells tiene nuevo técnico
  38. ^ Diario Castellanos - "los Pasillos del Monumental"
  39. ^ "Atlético de Rafaela official website:Executive Board". atleticorafaela.com.ar. Atlético de Rafaela. 30 June 2017. Retrieved 30 June 2017.
  40. ^ Pagina 12 – Atlético de Rafaela, champion.
  41. ^ AFA – Atlético de Rafaela is the new champion of Primera B Nacional.
  42. ^ Torneo del Interior 1988–1989. Archived December 3, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
  43. ^ Rafaela won Rosario City Cup 2012.
  44. ^ Patronato celebrated its centenary but Rafaela won the cup.

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