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Full name Chiapas Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Jaguares
Founded June 27, 2002
Ground Estadio Victor Manuel Reyna,
Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
(Capacity: 25,208)
Chairman Mexico Ramón Morató Pereda
Manager Argentina Pablo Marini
League La Primera División
Clausura 2009 Quarter-Finalists
12th (league)
Home colours
Away colours

Chiapas Fútbol Club, whose nickname is the Jaguares, is a Mexican professional football club based in the town of Tuxtla Gutiérrez in the state of Chiapas. They currently play in Primera División . They were founded in 2002 and play their home matches in the Estadio Victor Manuel Reyna, which was originally built in 1982 for local club teams with a capacity of 6,000, but which was enlarged in 2002 to a capacity of 23,208.[1]



The club was founded on 27 June 2002. They played their first game on 3 August against Tigres, losing 3–1, with Lucio Filomeno scoring the club's first ever goal. The clubs first win came on 25 August, a 1–0 win over San Luis.[2] They finished the Apertura 2002, with a record of three wins, seven draws, and nine defeats. In the Clausura 2005 they finished with six wins, four draws, and seven defeats, and the head coach José Luis Trejo was sacked in the middle of the season. The club then named Antonio Mohamed as manager, but poor results meant another change with Fernando Quirarte taking over for the remainder of the season, bringing stability to the team and results improved.[1] They won the Chiapas Cup in 2004 and on 16 July 2005, they won the Chiapas Cup for a second time, by defeating Club Necaxa at the Victor Manuel Reyna Stadium. In February 2008 Sergio Almaguer was named manager of Chiapas.

In the Clausara 2006, under new coach Eduardo de la Torre, the club finished with the second best record over the regular season, and with it a place in the Play-Offs, where they lost in the Quarter-final to Club Deportivo Guadalajara.[1]

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
2 Mexico DF Christian Armas
3 Mexico DF Jesús Chávez
4 Argentina DF Javier Gandolfi (Captain)
5 Mexico DF Omar Flores
6 Mexico DF Diego Ordaz
7 Mexico DF Óscar Razo
8 Mexico MF Alan Zamora
9 Colombia FW Jackson Martínez
10 Brazil MF Danilinho
11 Mexico GK Óscar Pérez
12 Mexico DF Salvador Medina
14 Mexico FW Antonio Salazar
15 Mexico DF Gerardo Flores
16 Colombia FW Luis Fernando Mosquera
17 Mexico MF Yasser Corona
No. Position Player
18 Mexico FW Francisco Javier Serrano
19 Mexico MF Edgar Andrade
20 Mexico MF Alejandro Argüello
21 Chile DF Cristián Álvarez
22 Mexico DF Hugo Sánchez Guerrero
23 Mexico GK Édgar Hernández
25 Mexico GK Cristian Flores
26 Mexico MF Christian Valdéz
27 Mexico FW Ezequiel Orozco
28 Mexico DF Jorge Coste
29 Mexico DF Eduardo Chávez
30 United States MF Francisco Javier López
33 Mexico FW Antonio Pedroza
48 Mexico FW Jorge Daniel Hernández
54 Mexico FW Hilario Tristán

Notable former players







Costa Rica


  • Chiapas Chiapas Cup (3): 2004, 2005, 2007

Top Goalscorers

Players in bold are now current members of the team.

Pos Player Goals
1 Paraguay Salvador Cabañas 59
2 Mexico Adolfo Bautista 22
3 Mexico Carlos Ochoa 21
4 Brazil Itamar Batista 21
5 Argentina Javier Cámpora 13
Argentina Lucio Filomeno 13
7 Costa Rica Oscar Emilio Rojas 13
8 Mexico Alejandro Vela 11
10 Mexico Felipe de Jesús Ayala 10
Brazil Danilinho 10


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