Boyacá Patriots

Boyacá Patriots

Boyacá Patriots
General data
Nom. full Patriotas Boyacá SA
Foundation February 18, 2003 (18 years)
President Flag of Colombia.svg Cesar Guzman
Coach Flag of Spain.svg Abel segovia
Facilities
Stadium Independence
Capacity 20.000 viewers
Locate Us Tunja, Colombia
Opening 2000 (age 21)
Uniform
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Sensitive Personal Data
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Third
Last season
Liga Flag of Colombia.svg Category First A
(Championship 2020) 18 °
Crown Flag of Colombia.svg Copa Colombia
(2020) Phase III
Another drink Flag of Colombia.svg Category First B
(2011) runner-up
(Green Arrow Up.svg Promoted to the Primera A)
Continental Unofficial South American Cup.svg South American Cup
(2017) Second stage
Oficial web page

El Boyacá Patriots or simply Patriotas is a Colombian soccer club from the department of Boyacá, which plays in the First Division of Colombian professional soccer. In 2011 it achieved promotion to the Colombian First Category A, in which it currently participates, after being runner-up of the year in Primera B and beat the historic club América de Cali in the promotion series.

Its headquarters are in the city of Tunja with offices in the Remansos de la Sabana neighborhood in the northeastern valley of the city and sports headquarters in the La Independencia stadium.

Her female team Patriotas Boyacá Femenino plays in the Professional Women's Soccer League of Colombia.

It has a rivalry with Boyacá Chicó known as the Clásico de la Ruana.

Our Story

In the Promotion Tournament (2003-2011)

In 2003, the then governor of Boyacá, Miguel Ángel Bermúdez, together with the director of Coldeportes, Jorge Armando García Vargas, and the owner of the hardware chain G&J, created the Patriotas G&J club. The technician in that year was Álvaro de Jesús Gómez. The Boyacense club reached the semifinal homers of the 2003 Season, being eliminated by Bogotá Chicó. The chess team ultimately became champion against Pumas de Casanare, winning promotion to the Category First A of Colombian Professional Soccer.

The following year, in the 2004 season, he advanced again to the semifinals, being the last of group A.

In the 2005 season, Patriotas Fútbol Club, which had a players agreement with Independiente Santa Fe, was the second best team in the general table of the year in Primera B, being surpassed only by goal difference by Cúcuta Deportivo.

Patriotas Boyacá's 2005 campaign surpassed in numbers and optimism those of previous years. The team did not lose a single game at the Estadio La Independencia, yielding only 4 draws in the 20 games it played at home; There were even two historic wins, one 9-0 against Alianza Petrolera and another 5-0 against Pumas de Casanare, all of which led to a final and a possible title. But, in the last game of the Group B home run, Patriotas fell 2 for 1 against Valledupar FC, with which the ticket to the final went to the Bajo Cauca team for having one more point.

In the 2006 Season, with the change of the championship system in Primera B, the 18 teams were divided into two groups of nine, classifying the first two to a final homerun. In the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, Patriotas could not access the final instance.

In the 2007 Season the tournament was played differently, giving eight teams the opportunity to qualify for the semifinals. In the Apertura, Patriotas qualified, although they finished third in their group.For the final tournament, Patriotas qualified once more, but those led by Juan Carlos Grueso were left out of the final, being last in their group. .

In the 2008 Season in the Premier Cup in the Apertura he is eliminated, remaining fifth in his area and in the Finalization he classifies the home runs but is eliminated, the first of his group is Real Cartagena who remains champion of the Finalization Tournament and in the grand final he rises and returns to the First A, beating the Deportivo Rionegro team; it is third in Group A behind Academia and beating Depor FC.

In the 2009 season, the Argentine Mario Vanemerak assumes the technical direction of the team, but after thirteen games and a good campaign with the Tunja team, he decided to resign due to differences with the club's president, Luis Humberto Montejo. His replacement was Eduardo Julián Retat, who could not classify the team to the final of the Apertura Tournament, remaining third in Group B, being surpassed by Itagüí Ditaires and Expreso Rojo de Zipaquirá and only surpassing Unión Magdalena, in this phase he did six points and later neither the homers of the Finalization classified being fifth of Group A with 24 points.

For the 2010 Season, at the beginning of the tournament, Postobón assumed as coach Orlando Restrepo, who would leave before the end of the first semester due to lack of results and strategist Carlos Mario Hoyos would assume the position, debuting with a victory for the minimum difference against Atlético de la Sabana as a visitor. The team finished in fourth position in the All Against All Phase in a remarkable campaign where they even led the championship for several dates.

After finishing the campaign of all against all very well, with a victory over Atlético Bucaramanga by three goals to two with goals from Humberto Marquínez, Erwin Carrillo and Edgar Ramos, he qualified in Group B together with Deportivo Pasto, Bogotá FC and Athletic Bucaramanga. Patriotas would start beating Deportivo Pasto as a visitor with a goal from Edgar Ramos on the first date, for the second they lost three goals to two against Bogotá FC and at the end of the first round they beat Atlético Bucaramanga by the minimum difference with a goal from Erwin Carrillo. In the second round he visited Atlético Bucaramanga, taking a valuable away triumph three goals to two with goals from John Pajoy, Erwin Carrillo and Wilson Galeano. For the fifth date he tied with Bogotá FC at the Alfonso López Pumarejo Stadium in Bogotá and in the last in the direct definition with Deportivo Pasto he lost two goals to one in his own stadium and was relegated to third place in the home run with ten points eliminated and giving the ticket to the Grand Final Deportivo Pasto At the end of the campaign, coach Carlos Mario Hoyos leaves the team to lead champion Itagüí Ditaires in the First A.

2011: The Year of the Promotion

Patriots Champion

Patriotas Boyacá celebrating the title of the Postobon Tournament 2011-I

Starting the 2011 season, Miguel Augusto Prince joined the technical direction, as well as several important players such as José Largacha, Yuberney Franco, Wilson Lozada and Elkin Amador among others as reinforcements for the club. Patriotas finished the free-for-all phase in fifth place, which gave way to the quarterfinals of the contest, facing the Academia de Bogotá in that instance. The first leg was played at the Estadio de La Independencia where the Boyacense team would lose by the slightest difference against the Bogotanos but in the second leg played at the Compensar Stadium the winner would be Patriotas by a score of two for zero with goals from Yuberney Franco and Humberto Marquínez. Club that came from eliminating Deportivo Pasto that had placed first in the regular phase. The first game was played in Valledupar where Patriotas won the victory with a goal from Wilson Lozada from a free kick, and in Tunja those from Boyacá would ensure their passage to the final of the championship, winning again by the smallest difference but this time with goal by José Largacha. In this final his rival was Cortuluá del Valle del Cauca who had just defeated Pacífico FC. The first match was played at the Doce de Octubre Stadium in the city of Tuluá where the match ended tied to zero goals, and the return game was played in Tunja where there were no goals either, which forced the kicks from the penalty spot where Patriotas won 5-4 after Michael Ordóñez failed his charge and goalkeeper Carlos Chávez scored the shot In this way, Patriotas qualified for the final of the championship.

In the final series, Patriotas Boyacá faced the best team of the year, Deportivo Pasto, drawing 1-1 on aggregate, after winning 1-0 in the first leg and losing by the same score. in the second leg Finally, in the series from the penalty spot the Pastuso team won 2-0. In this way, Patriotas Boyacá was runner-up in the 2011 First B season, but still with an opportunity to achieve Promotion, facing in the promotion series the penultimate of the average table for relegation, the historic América de Cali, 13 times champion of the First A and four times runner-up in the Copa Libertadores de América. Again, both games of the series ended tied at one goal, but at the Olympic Stadium Pascual Guerrero, in the kicks from the penalty spot, Patriotas achieved promotion, becoming Patriotas the first team to be promoted in the promotion series.

The Boyacá team achieved promotion to the First Category A after eighteen years (18) from 1993 with the creation of the Boyacá Lanceros team that lasted from (1993 to 2000) in the First B Category and Patriotas Boyacá from (2003 to 2011 ) although the struggle of Fútbol Boyacense to have its own team in the First Division lasted more than forty years, it began in 1968 with Unión Sogamoso, then Unión Boyacá and Aguardiente Líder in the 1980s who competed in the second division but without any possibility of promotion .

In the First Division

From 2012 to 2015, he struggled to qualify for home runs but did not succeed, although, due to his good results, he avoided relegation to First Category B or playing the Promotion Series.

In the 2016 Completion Tournament he managed to qualify for the quarterfinals where he was eliminated by Deportes Tolima, but he managed to qualify for the 2017 South American Cup by Reclassification of the 2016 Season, in the Torneo Apertura 2018 managed for the second time to qualify for the quarterfinals where he was eliminated by Atlético Huila.

A historical fact of the club was to have taken away the undefeated of 29 dates from Atlético Nacional (the longest of a Colombian team, counting friendlies, reserve matches, among others) in the 2013 Completion Tournament.

Graph of the historical evolution in League

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In Copa Colombia

In Copa Colombia he has had good participation. To highlight is 2011, when he reached the quarterfinals being first in Group C and the team that scored the most points in the group stage while still part of the promotion tournament; he was eliminated by his patio rival, Boyacá Chicó. In 2014 he reached the semifinals, leaving La Equidad in the round of 2015 and Once Caldas in the quarterfinals; then he was eliminated by Deportes Tolima, which was champion of this competition. In 2016 he reached the eighth of final, where he was eliminated by Deportes Tolima.In 2017 he reached the quarterfinals, being eliminated by Atlético Nacional, which was the champion of this cup. In 2018, being first in Group F, he reached the semifinals, leaving Unión Magdalena in the round of XNUMX and Atlético Nacional in the quarterfinals, being later eliminated by Atlético Junior, who later ended up being champion. In XNUMX he eliminated Deportes Tolima in the third preliminary phase and then was eliminated in the round of XNUMX by Atlético Nacional, which was champion.

Symbols

History and evolution of the shield

Flag of Boyaca Department.svg

Flag of Boyacá, inspiring team colors.

Pantano de Vargas complete monument. 2006

The silhouette of the Monument to the Lancers appears on the Patriotas Boyacá shield.

The Patriotas Boyacá shield has had four variations throughout history.

The first logo of the year 2003 consisted of a shield that was somewhat reminiscent of an English coat of arms with a tudor bow, although with a straight line and not a curved ending; the edge of the shield was blue and the field was stained red. On the shield an ascending crossed yellow ribbon was superimposed where the word was written PATRIOTS. As a bell, the basic colors of the Boyacá flag appeared framed in a blue border; Superimposed on the flag was a blue circle and inside this a yellow star appeared, behind this circle there was half a soccer ball. Finally, crowning the whole set as a crest was an eagle, possibly a white-headed royal eagle and behind it two flags were raised, one blue and white and the other red and white.

The second logo of 2007 was an adaptation of the first in terms of shape, varying only in terms of colors and some elements; the edge of the shield was now green while the field was still stained red. Green edging was added to the ascending crossed yellow tape, and now it was written PATRIOTAS FC. The strip in which the colors of the Boyacá flag appeared is also framed by a green border and lengthened towards the sides; the blue circle and the star disappeared and the complete figure of a soccer ball was placed in their place. The eagle continued unchanged, but the flags that flew behind it now wore the colors of the Boyacá flag, this shield was again from 2012 to 2014.

A new change of the shield was presented in 2009. The shield is of five points and in it the colors of the Boyacá flag are represented, the red that mainly represents the strength, the daring and the courage, the green the hope. and faith and white, honesty and peace. In the center is a rampant equestrian figure that represents a patriot soldier, a figure that pays honor to the men who collaborated and achieved the freedom of Colombia in the so-called Liberation Campaign. At the bottom of the soldier is a ball referring to football. At the bottom is the oak leaf, which is located in the center of the department's flag and is another symbol on the coat of arms of the red square.

The current shield, in use since 2015, is made up of five semi-rhomboid figures, from the outside to the inside each figure bears the colors black, red, green and white. Inside these figures there is a red field on which the silhouette of the monument to the lancers of the Pantano de Vargas appears and the word PATRIOTS. At the time, the shield caused great controversy because it was identical in style to that of the Colorado Rapids football club.

Anthem

The anthem or song of Patriotas Boyacá is «Boyacá we love you, we want to see you Champion».

Dress

  • Titular uniform: T-shirt, shorts and red socks.
  • Alternate uniform: T-shirt, shorts and white socks.
Patriots-Academy

Match between Patriotas Boyacá and Academia at the Independence Stadium.

Agreement period Official sports provider
2011 - I Golty Logo.svg
2011 - II Keuka Logo.svg
2012 FSS Logo.svg
2012 Peak Logo.svg
2013–2014 Walon Sport.svg
2015–2018 Kimo Logo.svg
2019 Attlé Sports
2020–2021 Anfe
2021 – Present vitole

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First
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Present

Evolution of local uniform

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2016-2017
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2018
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2019
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2020
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2021

Alternative uniform evolution

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2016-2017
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2018
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2019
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2020

Evolution of third uniform

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2016-2017
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2018
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2019
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2020

Stadium

It is located in the Olympic Village to the north of the city of Tunja. It has a capacity for 20.000 spectators.

The La Independencia Stadium in Tunja was remodeled for the year 2000 due to the National Departmental Sports Games, it had to begin to be remodeled and built due to the fact that its courtyard rival Boyacá Chicó was champion of the 2008 Apertura Tournament in the First Category A and due to to this to the participation in the Copa Libertadores 2009, in the group stage he would face the teams of Gremio, Universidad de Chile and Aurora.

In 2017, due to the participation of Patriotas Boyacá in the South American Cup at the La Independencia Stadium, chairs were installed in the Eastern and Western tribunes, the North and South stands were painted, the lighting system was improved somewhat.

Tunja Independence Stadium

Panoramic of the Stadium of La Independencia. Sunday April 16, 2006

Club data

  • Historic post: 24º
  • Seasons in Primera A : 17 (2012-present).
  • Best Position: 7th (2018-I).
  • Worst Rank: 18th (2013-I).
  • Seasons in Primera B :9 (2003-2011).
  • Best Position: 2nd (2011).
  • Worst Rank: 10 ° (2008 and 2009).
  • Participations in Copa Sudamericana: 1 (2017).
  • Best Goals For:
    • In First Division:
      • 4-0 to Jaguares, on August 27, 2018.
      • 4-1 to Cortuluá, on July 22, 2016.
      • 1-3 to Once Caldas, on August 9, 2015.
      • 3-0 at Cúcuta Deportivo, on February 10, 2015.
      • 3-0 at Deportivo Pasto, on July 18, 2014.
      • 3-0 at Deportes Quindío, on September 1, 2013.
      • 3-0 at Envigado FC, on August 16, 2019.
      • 3-0 to Tigres FC, on February 18, 2017.
    • In Second Division:
      • 9-0 to Alianza Petrolera, on September 17, 2005.
      • 6-0 to Real Sincelejo, on July 17, 2004.
      • 6-1 to Depor Aguablanca, on May 7, 2011.
      • 5-0 to Pumas de Casanare, on November 19, 2005.
      • 5-0 to Centauros Villavicencio, on September 8, 2010.
    • In Copa Colombia:
      • 5-0 to Real Santander, on April 24, 2012.
      • 0-4 to Boyacá Chicó, on April 13, 2017.
      • 1-4 to Once Caldas, on October 8, 2014.
  • Worst Goals Against:
    • In First Division:
      • 5-0 with Deportivo Pasto, on February 21, 2017.
      • 4-0 with Unión Magdalena, on April 6, 2019.
      • 4-0 with Atlético Nacional, on April 18, 2019.
      • 4-0 with La Equidad, on October 28, 2018.
      • 4-0 with Atlético Junior, on October 17, 2018.
      • 4-0 with Millionaires, on March 29, 2014.
      • 4-1 with Millionaires, on May 5, 2013
      • 4-1 with Atlético Huila, on August 9, 2014.
      • 0-3 with Deportivo Cali, on March 7, 2019.
      • 0-3 with Independiente Medellín, on September 28, 2018.
      • 0-3 with Deportes Tolima, on January 27, 2012.
      • 3-0 with Águilas Doradas, on October 8, 2020.
    • In Second Division:
      • 6-0 with Bogotá FC on March 19, 2008.
    • In Copa Colombia:
      • 7-0 with Atlético Bucaramanga, on April 9, 2008.
  • Player with the most matches:
    • Flag of Colombia.svg Leonardo Pico 162 games.
  • Historic scorer:
    • Flag of Colombia.svg Erwin Carrillo 35 goals.

Participation in international tournaments

On April 5, 2017 he made his debut in international tournaments for the South American Cup against Everton as a visitor, in which he lost 1-0. In the second leg he won on penalties 4-3, Getting his way to the round of 28 against Corinthians. The first leg was on June 1, where they drew 1-26 at home, and the return match was on July 2, they were 0-3 in favor of Corinthians, so the Boyacá team was eliminated by final result of 1-XNUMX.

Players

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Players Technical team
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Last team End of contract International Note
janitors
1 Flag of Colombia.svg 0BY Carlos Mosquera placeholder image  26 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pasto  2021
13 Flag of Colombia.svg 0BY Luis Hurtado  27 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Cali  2021
' Flag of Colombia.svg 0BY Victor brid  20 years Flag of Boyaca Department.svg Quarry  2021
' Flag of Colombia.svg 0BY Yasser Chavez  26 years Flag of Colombia.svg Bogota FC  2021 P
Fenders
2 Flag of Venezuela.svg 1DEF Edgardo Rito  25 years Flag of the United States.svg New York Red Bulls II  2021
3 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Breyner Zapata  20 years Flag of Colombia.svg Llaneros  2021
4 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Mairon Quinonez  24 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pasto  2021
5 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Matthew Rodas  23 years Flag of the United States.svg Orlando City B  2021
22 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Jorge posada  25 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pereira  2021
23 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Federico Arbelaez  24 years Flag of Colombia.svg Santa Fe  2021
28 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Oscar Vanegas  24 years Flag of Colombia.svg Llaneros  2021
29 Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Yonatan murillo  28 years Flag of Colombia.svg Jaguars of Cordoba  2021
' Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF John David Caicedo  24 years Flag of Mexico.svg Tampico Madero  2021
- Flag of Colombia.svg 1DEF Matheo hurtado  19 years Flag of Boyaca Department.svg Quarry  2021 P
midfielders
6 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Santiago Orozco  25 years Flag of Colombia.svg Llaneros  2021
7 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Christian Barrios  22 years Flag of Colombia.svg Athletic  2021
14 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Hector Solano  22 years Flag of Colombia.svg Cúcuta Sports  2021
16 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Jose David Leudo  27 years Flag of India.svg North East United  2021
18 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Nicolas Lopez  19 years Flag of Boyaca Department.svg Quarry  2021
19 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Felipe Avila  27 years Flag of Colombia.svg Tigres  2021
20 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Jose Andrade  24 years Flag of Colombia.svg Fortaleza  2021
21 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Michael Ordonez  31 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pereira  2021
30 Flag of Colombia.svg 2MED Jose Guzman  23 years Flag of Boyaca Department.svg Quarry  2021
Flag of Israel.svg 2MED adam ozeri  23 years Flag of the United States.svg Orlando City B  2021
' Flag of France.svg 2MED Quentin danloux  19 years Flag of Spain.svg Novelda  2021 P
Forwards
9 Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF Misael Martinez  23 years Flag of Colombia.svg Llaneros  2021
11 Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF Christian Orphan  25 years Flag of Colombia.svg Millionaires  2021
12 Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF Arley bonilla  27 years Flag of Colombia.svg Llaneros  2021
15 Flag of Sweden.svg 3OF Kevin Aladesanmi  22 years Flag of Colombia.svg Athletic Bucaramanga  2021
19 Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF John Stewart Garcia  30 years Flag of Colombia.svg Jaguars of Cordoba  2021
27 Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF Jesus Arrieta  30 years Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Cali  2021
- Flag of Venezuela.svg 3OF Carlos Ramirez  24 years Flag of Colombia.svg Valledupar FC  2021
- Flag of Colombia.svg 3OF Mauricio Gómez  27 years Flag of Colombia.svg independent Santa Fe  2021
Coach (s)

Flag of Spain.svg Abel segovia

Assistant Coach (s)

Flag of Spain.svg Alejandro Martín

Physical trainer (s)

Flag of Colombia.svg Mauricio Molina

Delegate

Flag of Colombia.svg Carlos Gonzalez
Flag of Colombia.svg Ivan Corredor

Physiotherapists)

Flag of Colombia.svg Fabian Bedoya
Flag of Colombia.svg Oscar fonseca

Physician (s)

Flag of Colombia.svg Camilo Camargo


Legend
  • Pos : Position
  • Nac. : Sports nationality
  • Captain sports.svg Captain
  • Injury icon 2.svg Injured
  • BY / ARQ : Goalkeeper
  • DEF : Defending
  • MID / VOL : Midfielder
  • OF : Forward

Updated January 25, 2020

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  • Colombian teams are limited to having a maximum of four foreign players in the squad. The list includes only the main nationality of each player.
  • Carlos Ramírez has dual Venezuelan and Colombian nationality.
  • Since the 2020 season, Dimayor has only authorized the registration of (25) players, of which (5) must be under-23 category. The teams that play an international tournament will be able to register (28) players.

Registrations and registrations 2020-I

Players entering and leaving Patriotas Boyacá in the 2020-I preseason.

High
Player Position Provenance Market
Flag of Colombia.svg Luis Hurtado FootballPositionGK is Goalie Flag of Panama.svg Taurus FC Assignment
Flag of Colombia.svg Jorge posada FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pereira Free
Flag of Venezuela.svg Edgardo Rito FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of the United States.svg New York Red Bulls II Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Matthew Rodas FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Colombia.svg Orlando City B Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Mairon Quinonez FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pasto Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Yonatan murillo FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Colombia.svg Jaguars of Cordoba Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Jose Andrade FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg Fortaleza Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Hector Solano FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg Cúcuta Sports Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Jose David Leudo FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg Athletic Huila Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Michael Ordonez FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pereira Free
Flag of Colombia.svg John Stewart Garcia FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of Colombia.svg Jaguars of Cordoba Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Mauricio Gómez FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of Colombia.svg independent Santa Fe Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Jesus Arrieta FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Cali Free
Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Aladesanmi FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of Colombia.svg Athletic Bucaramanga Free
Low
Player Position To Market
Flag of Colombia.svg Santiago Roa FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Colombia.svg Alianza Petrol End of contract
Flag of Colombia.svg Darwin carrero FootballPositionCT is Defense Flag of Bolivia.svg Always ready End of contract
Flag of Colombia.svg Julian Buitrago FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Ecuador.svg Técnico Universitario Free
Flag of Colombia.svg Maicol Medina FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg Deportivo Pereira End of contract
Flag of Argentina.svg Exequiel Benavidez FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of None.svg To define End of contract
Flag of Colombia.svg Daniel Mantilla FootballPositionMID is Midfielder Flag of Colombia.svg At Equidad Assignment
Flag of Colombia.svg Rodin Quinones FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of Peru.svg Carlos stein End of contract
Flag of Colombia.svg John Fredy Miranda FootballPositionFWD is Forward Flag of None.svg To define End of contract

Top scorers and more presences

Top scorers Most games played
1. Erwin Carrillo 35 goals 1. Leonard Pico 162 matches
2. Diego Alvarez 22 goals 2. Larry Vasquez 157 matches
3. Marco Lazaga 21 goals 3. John Alex Cano 131 matches
4. Carlos Renteria 20 goals 4. Raul Loaiza 126 matches
5. Sergio Viancha 20 goals 5. Humberto Marquez 118 matches
See full list See full list

Updated April 3, 2018.

Foreign players by nationality

Until now (2020), 51 foreigners have been part of the Patriotas Boyacá first team.

  • Note: In bold font foreign players currently under club discipline.
Nationality No. Players
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 11 Adriano Pagliacci, Juan Vogliotti, Sebastián Mellado, Lucas Martella, Gabriel Carabajal, Juan Casado, Silvio González, Kevin Genaro, Exequiel Benavidez, Omar Pérez and Ramiro Fergonzi.
BrazilFlag of Brazil.svg Brazil 6 Junior, Dodô, Diego Severino, Caio Milan, André Vieira and Elton Martins.
CameroonFlag of Cameroon.svg Cameroon 1 I heard Flavié.
ChileFlag of Chile.svg Chile 1 Eduardo AntonioQuiroz.
Costa RicaFlag of Costa Rica.svg Costa Rica 1 Gabriel Leyva.
Flag of the United States.svg United States 3 Juan Guzmán, Kevin Rozo and Iván Luquetta
Flag of France.svg France 1 Quentin danloux.
EnglandFlag of England.svg England 1 George Saunders.
IsraelFlag of Israel.svg Israel 1 adam ozeri.
MexicoFlag of Mexico.svg Mexico 2 Uvaldo Luna and Ulises Tavares.
NetherlandsFlag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands 1 Justin Dautzenberg.
PanamaFlag of Panama.svg Panama 3 Joel Solanilla, Luis Ovalle and Azmahar Ariano.
ParaguayFlag of Paraguay.svg Paraguay 2 Víctor Cáceres and Marco Lazaga.
UruguayFlag of Uruguay.svg Uruguay 13 Rodrigo Cubilla, Pablo Tourn, Maximiliano Brito, Jorge Ramírez, Junior Aliberti, Martín Icart, Daniel Gamarra, Horacio Peralta, José Tancredi, Francis D'Albenas, Juan Guillermo Castillo, Nicolas Vikonis y Alvaro Villete.
VenezuelaFlag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela 6 Omar Uribe, José Barragán, Jilson Ortiz, Edgardo Rito, Francisco Carabalí and Carlos Ramirez.

trainers

Name Nationality Seasons
Alvaro de Jesus Gomez ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2003
Alvaro Zuluaga ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2004
Harold morales ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2005-2006
Epimenio Cristancho ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2006
Juan Carlos Thick ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2007-2008
Nelson Abbey ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2008
Mario vanemerak Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 2009
Eduardo Julian Retat ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2009
Orlando restrepo ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2010
Carlos Mario Hoyos placeholder image ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2010
Miguel "Nano" Prince ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2011-2012
Eduardo Julian Retat ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2012
Arthur Reyes ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2013
Juan Carlos «Nene» Diaz Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 2013
Julio Comesana UruguayFlag of Uruguay.svg Uruguayan 2013-2014
Harold rivera ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2014-2016
Diego Corridor ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2016-2019
Nelson Gomez ColombiaFlag of Colombia.svg Colombian 2019-2020
Abel segovia SpainFlag of Spain.svg Spain 2020 - Present

History

Official national tournaments

  • Winner of the Opening Tournament of the First B (1): 2011.

Other sports sections

Female section

Patriotas Boyacá Femenino is a Colombian soccer club, which plays in the Professional Women's Soccer League of Colombia.

Their headquarters are in the city of Tunja with offices in the Remansos de la Sabana neighborhood in the northeastern valley and they play at the La Independencia Stadium.

Social area and sociocultural dimension

Hobby

The team, apart from playing in the La Independencia Stadium in Tunja, has also played in other stadiums in the Department of Boyacá friendly matches in stadiums such as the Olímpico El Sol de Sogamoso, First of September in Chiquinquirá, Cacique de Tundama de Duitama where there are also fans of the team that show their support and sense of belonging.

The most popular bar of the team is Aguante Sur Patriotas, who in the 2013 season marched to demand the resignation of José Augusto Cadena and Arturo Reyes due to poor sporting results in the 2013 Apertura Tournament, remaining engaged in the table of the relegation for the second semester of this year, having not won any game, this bar has existed since 2003 in the city of Tunja.

Classic Boyacense

Outlinks

  • Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons hosts a multimedia category on Boyacá Patriots.
  • Official Web site
  • Patriots page in Dimayor
  • Official Twitter