Querétaro Soccer Club

Querétaro Soccer Club

Queretaro FC
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General data
Nom. full Querétaro Soccer Club
Nickname (s) White Roosters, Blue albia
Foundation July 8, 1950 (70 years)
Owner (s) Flag of Mexico.svg Manuel Velarde
Flag of Mexico.svg Gabriel Solares
Flag of Mexico.svg Alfonso Solloa
Flag of Mexico.svg Javier Solloa
Flag of the United States.svg Greg Taylor
President Flag of Mexico.svg Manuel Velarde (Sports)
Flag of Mexico.svg Gabriel Solares (Corporate)
Coach Flag of Mexico.svg Hector Altamirano
Facilities
Stadium Corrector
Locate Us Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico
Capacity 35 575 spectators
Opening February 5, 1985 (36 years)
Uniform
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Sensitive Personal Data
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El Querétaro Soccer Club, popularly known as the White Roosters of Querétaro, is a professional soccer club from Mexico based in Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro. It was founded on July 8, 1950 and plays in the First Division of Mexico.

The traditional colors that identify the club are white, blue and black, these colors are represented on the shield, they are also used in the form of vertical stripes on their uniform.

The team plays its home games at the Corregidora Stadium, which has a capacity for 35 people.

In 2014, Grupo Imagen became the owner of the franchise that, in turn, is owned by Grupo Empresarial Ángeles. For the Clausura 2020 Tournament, Querétaro became the property of Grupo Caliente, together with the Club Tijuana and Dorados de Sinaloa teams. In June 2020, Grupo Caliente sold the club to a group of investors led by Gabriel Solares and Greg Taylor.

Our Story

Foundation and beginnings

In 1949, the Mexican Football Federation proposed the creation of the Second Division of Mexico. At that time, Alfonso "Pachín" Niembro, president of the Queretana Football Association, received an invitation for Querétaro to host a place in the new tournament to be created. This, along with other members of the association, agreed to hold a First Force tournament in the city of Querétaro and the winning team would be the representative team in the second division. The champion was the «Piratas», which became Club Querétaro AC, to be one of the founders of the Second Division along with Irapuato, Zacatepec, Toluca, Morelia and La Piedad.

On July 8, 1950, the Querétaro Fútbol Club was officially founded. Querétaro's first participation in the second division was the 1950-1951 season. In 1950 a completely white uniform was used and only with a square "Q" as a shield.

In 1954, the team received the nickname "Gallos Blancos", at the suggestion of Lic. Herrera Pozas "El Periquín". Being the coach Don Felipe “La Marrana” Castañeda, in company with Don Ezequiel Rivera, they got 11 White Roosters and before going out to the field, they gave one to each player, continuing with the joke, Don Ezequiel also wore a white sow (in allusion to the nickname of Don Felipe), and that is how the memory photograph was taken

First disappearance

The team sailed between the Second and Third Division, and in the 1976-1977 season, after a great tournament, they lost the promotion final by an aggregate score of 3-6 against the Atlante Football Club on June 5, 1977. Al At the end of the game, a pitched battle was unleashed, caused by atlantist mockery.

In the late 70s, the team was bought and merged with the Industrial Athletes and Students. The name was changed to Peasant Athletes. In its first season, it was made up of young people. The coach of Atletas Campesinos was Antonio Ascencio, but Armando Presa considered bringing someone with more experience, it was when he thought of Antonio Carbajal who he offered a good amount of money if he went up to Campesinos. On June 22, 1980, the Campesinos faced the Gray Bears in the return match, who had drawn a draw in the first game in the municipal, the Campesinos managed to prevail by 2 to 1 with goals from Carlos Cerritos and Jorge Gaspar and they achieved the championship. Already in the maximum circuit, the team soon began to lose and soon after the painting was sold to the Union of Petroleum Workers of Ciudad Madero.

Return (1981-1999)

The team resurfaced in 1981 under the name Gallos Blancos de UAQ and remained in the second division. In the 1983-1984 season, the team was promoted from Second Division "B" to Second Division "A". On February 13, 1985, the White Gallos of the UAQ played their first game at the Corregidora Stadium. In the 1986-1987 season, the team was runner-up in the Second Division after losing to Correcaminos de Tamaulipas in three games. The first leg ended 0-0. Just before the return leg, on May 10, 1987, the team suffered a fatal car accident in which Agustín Jiménez, René Montalvo and Genaro "Pillo" Orona lost their lives. On June 20, the UAQ's Gallos Blancos and The Roadrunners of the UAT disputed the return match at the Corregidora stadium with a tie at one goal per side, forcing a third match at the Azteca stadium. The Colossus of Santa Úrsula saw the final chapter of the 1986-1987 Second Division final close on June 23. After a very close match, Queretanos and Tamaulipas had to decide the promotion in the penalty shootout where Correcaminos won with a score of 5-3.

In 1988 a parallel team to the Roosters of the UAQ called Querétaro FC emerged. Querétaro FC reached the First Division at the beginning of the 90s, when the businessman from the capital José Antonio García, with the intention of maintaining the football of the highest circuit in the city and after the relegation of Atlante that had moved to headquarters in the 1989-1990 campaign, it acquired the Tampico Madero franchise to transform it into Querétaro FC from the 1990-1991 season. García Rodríguez hired Argentine Ricardo La Volpe to direct a squad made up mostly of former Petrojaibos players such as Mario Zúñiga, Chilean Carlos Fredy Soto, Francisco Fernández, Ricardo Ortega, as well as former members of the Iron Colts such as Rubén Omar Romano , Guadalupe Cruz, Miguel Herrera, Sergio Bueno, among others.

The debut in the first division occurred on September 29, 1990 with a 2-1 defeat against Puebla Fútbol Club at the Cuauhtémoc Stadium; the scorer of the team's first goal on the top circuit was José de Jesús Mendizábal, who scored in the 12th minute of the match against the Camoteros. Querétaro's first victory occurred on October 7 when they beat Club de Fútbol Monterrey 3-1 at the Corregidora Stadium. Querétaro's debut campaign was quite irregular, finishing in the third-to-last place with 30 points just ahead of Club Santos Laguna and the relegated Club Deportivo Irapuato. For the following season, with the return of Atlante to the First Division, José Antonio García sent strategist Ricardo La Volpe to the Barça team as well as Romano, Cruz, Herrera and Wilson Graniolatti, in addition, he could not retain the Uruguayan Jorge Cabrera and the scorer Sergio Almaguer, a situation that left the team diminished.

In the middle of that 1991-1992 season, García Rodríguez sold the team to the Vázquez Mellado brothers, who made the decision to modify the light blue jersey to one with blue and black stripes that reminded the late Atletas Campesinos, but their main bet was hiring Tomás Boy, who had saved this same franchise from relegation two years earlier when he played as Tampico Madero, as coach. The «Boss» Boy did a good job of beating the Cobras of Ciudad Juárez in the fight for the non-relegation; However, Tomás could not repeat the good results the following season, despite the fact that the goal scorer Felipe del Ángel Malibrán remained in the team, and reinforcements such as Uruguayan Santiago Ostolaza arrived, as well as forwards Marco Antonio Ruiz and Eduardo de la Torre, former of Guadalajara.

In the 1993-1994 season, Querétaro started under the command of Rubén Matturano, but when he achieved only one point in the first four days, the board decided to stop him and offer technical direction to Carlos de los Cobos, who decided to retire as a player of the team to start as coach, despite the complicated situation in the percentage table. The Queretaro squad fought until the last day to achieve permanence in the First Division, but could not achieve it when they lost as a visitor against the National University Club, staying one point behind the Black Lions of the University of Guadalajara. The descent was a hard blow for the franchise, since it moved away two categories from the Maximum Circuit, since it could not join the newly created Primera A, a circuit that was integrated by invitation to the teams.

In 1996 Pedro González Rivas, sold the franchise to businessmen from Hermosillo Sonora. In 1999 the union of Gallos de la UAQ with Querétaro FC in Santiago de Querétaro took place, taking the nickname "Gallos Blancos" and the original name of Querétaro FC.

New Century (2000-2010)

For 2002, the team spent two seasons in the First Division of Mexico after acquiring the La Piedad franchise, until in 2004, the Federation decided to reduce the number of teams from 20 to 18, sacrificing Irapuato FC and Querétaro. This occurs amid the suspicion that the team belonged to organized crime in central Mexico, which led to an investigation by the Attorney General's Office and thus, the Mexican Federation of Football Association decides to end the suspicions and disappear the team , paying around ten million dollars to its owners, whose real identity was never known.

When it seemed that the team would disappear, the businessman Juan Antonio Hernández transferred the Leones de Morelos (formerly Zacatepec) to play as Querétaro in the First A. The team was a protagonist to the point of winning the first title in the history of the franchise then to be crowned in the 2005 Clausura against Club León, although he could not achieve a return to the maximum circuit after losing the final due to promotion against San Luis. The team changed ownership when it was acquired by the Leonese businessman Axel Bulle, who found the coach in Salvador Reyes Jr. to return to Querétaro to the First Division after winning the 2006 Clausura championship, in which he was crowned for the second consecutive year and for first time at home when they defeated Club Indios 4-2 on penalties, after drawing 3-3 on aggregate. In the final for promotion, Querétaro thrashed Puebla with an aggregate score of 5-1 and thus got the return to the First Division.

In the Clausura 2007 tournament, he lost the category after the defeat in the last league game against Atlas and the victory of Santos Laguna, his closest rival in the relegation, over Cruz Azul, leaving Querétaro's quotients of 1.0808 against 1.147 Of saints.

In the 2008 Apertura tournament he emerged as champion, beating Club Irapuato by a 2-0 aggregate, with this he won the right to play in the final of promotion to the First National Division against Mérida, champion of the 2009 Clausura tournament. On May 30 In 2009 he became champion of promotion, after defeating the Venados on penalties 7-6, which gave him the pass again to the First Division of Mexican soccer.

Present (2010-present)

In the 2010 Bicentennial tournament, Querétaro FC was saved from relegation after having a good campaign and adding 21 units, surpassing the percentage of Tigres and Indios de Ciudad Juárez, with the latter declining.

In 2011, after a season worthy of memory for the plumifera institution, in which they managed to beat their own record of points with 26 and 8 wins by only 2 draws and 7 setbacks. Gallos, under the guidance of the debuting coach in Mexico José Saturnino Cardozo, qualified for their first league. Later they managed to surprise one of the 4 greats of Mexican soccer, Guadalajara, by winning 2-1 in the first leg game. draw 0-0 in the second leg in a match; in the first leg of the semifinal against the UANL Tigres Club they drew 0-0 and lost 1-0 in the second leg.

Once again they managed to save the category in the Clausura 2012 tournament, after beating two teams from Guadalajara, Atlas and Estudiantes Tecos, the latter relegated.

In the Clausura 2013, the «Gallos» team was in the dispute for not relegation at the beginning of the season against the Atlas team from Guadalajara; but due to the great step of the «Rojinegros» in the tournament, the Queretaro team fought day by day to save themselves. Despite having perhaps had one of its best tournaments in its history as a franchise during its time in the MX League, on matchday 16 after the tie to one of Puebla (its direct rival in the descent) against the Atlas de Guadalajara In the last minutes of the match, the Gallos Blancos del Querétaro would descend for the third time in their history, despite having defeated Chivas Rayadas del Guadalajara 2-1, which took away the possibility of having played for the second time in their history. the league for the title (he finished the tournament in 8th place, but by regulation he could not play it because he dropped and his place was occupied by Monterrey, who finished 9th in the general table). His last game of that tournament was the May 4, 2013 at the Corregidora Stadium in front of his fans and saying goodbye with a painful defeat against Puebla by a score of 2-3.

On May 20, 2013, the Jaguares de Chiapas club was sold to Grupo Oceanografía, whose owner was Amado Omar Yáñez Osuna. The club in the owners' meeting announced, through Decio de María, president of the FMF, that Jaguares would cease to exist and would be transferred to Querétaro, this despite the criticism received by both the press and football fans, and that by means of money the Querétaro team, despite being relegated, remained in the first division, therefore the franchise that originally descended was not sold to anyone and disappeared. in that same year the shield was modified by changing the third strip from black to orange because it is the owner's lucky color.

After a forgotten relegation problem, during the draft the Gallos acquired players such as Luis Pérez, Esteban Paredes, Edgar Hernández, George Corral, Yasser Corona, Leandro Gracian, Alan Zamora, using as a base the jaguar players that they acquired with the purchase. of the franchise. Players like Diego de la Torre, Apodi, Pablo Gabas were bought by the board. For the 2013 Apertura, the Gallos tied 4 consecutive victories, defeating Chivas, Cruz Azul, Puebla and Atlante, a streak that the Gallos had never achieved in the first division. They achieved their first victory at CU Stadium with a 0-3 victory with goals from Esteban Paredes and Wilberto Cosme. After a great tournament, the Gallos Blancos qualified for the league on the last day, defeating Pachuca 0-1 at the Hidalgo stadium with a last-minute goal from Wilberto Cosme. Later they would be eliminated in the quarterfinals by Santos after losing 3-2 in the first leg and 3-1 in the second game.

For the 2014 Apertura, the team changes ownership due to the club's financial problems. It currently belongs to Olegario Vázquez Aldir, owner of Grupo Imagen.

In September 2014, the board announced the hiring of the Brazilian star, Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, better known as Ronaldinho.

In the Clausura 2015, Ignacio Ambriz was dismissed from the technical direction after only reaping 1 victory in 7 games, taking his place the Technical Director Víctor Manuel Vucetich who after taking command of the team when it was in penultimate place in the general table , manages to qualify the team for the league after finishing sixth place with 26 points in the regular season. After beating Veracruz in the quarterfinals by an aggregate score of 4-3. Thus he reaches the semifinal facing Pachuca advancing to the final for best position in the table (2-2 overall). He reached the final for the first time in his history, facing Santos. In the first leg of the final Santos beat it 5-0 and although in the second leg he managed to win the match 3-0, Santos were proclaimed champion of the Clausura 2015 with the aggregate score of (5-3) leaving the Gallos as runners-up.

During the Apertura 2015 the Team had multiple ups and downs in the League throughout the campaign and despite the fact that Emanuel Villa was crowned Goleo Champion with 13 Targets, they could not classify Liguilla, remaining in Eleventh place, but in the Concacaf Champions League he managed to overcome the group stage thus advancing to the next round where they would face DC United in the Quarterfinals.

On November 2, 2016, the Gallos Blancos team played the final of the MX Cup against Club Guadalajara, at the Corregidora Stadium in Querétaro. These teams agreed to the final match, after having beaten Club Toluca and Club América, respectively, in penalty shoot-outs in both cases. The match culminated in a zero-goal draw in regulation time, and then the definition was made by means of penalty kicks. In the first place the Guadalajara Club threw it and in the second place the Querétaro Club did. In an excellent performance, Club Querétaro goalkeeper Tiago Volpi saved two penalties, and the fifth hit the post, the official result was Gallos Blancos 3 for 2 from visiting Club Guadalajara. In such a way, that this was the first official championship obtained by the Querétaro Club in its time in the first division of Mexican soccer.

Later, the following year, they would also win the Supercopa MX 2017 by defeating America 2-0 (this club took the place of Guadalajara, which were the champions of the Copa MX Clausura 2017, however, they were also league champions, and had than to play the 2017 Champion of Champions on the same day, then, the Eagles, being the club that accumulated the most points in the 2016-17 Cup season, took the place).

Later, in the Apertura 2019, the Roosters again beat each other, and reached a new points record (31) and finished in fourth overall position, this being their best tournament so far, however, in the league, they fell by 6-2 overall against Rayos del Necaxa.

Stadium

La Corregidora Stadium

Corregidora de Querétaro Stadium.

The Corregidora Stadium, also known as the Colossus of the Cimatario for its geographical position on the slopes of the Cerro del Cimatario in the City of Querétaro, is home to the Querétaro Fútbol Club. It is the ninth stadium with the largest soccer capacity in Mexico and is considered by many fans as one of the most comfortable since it is possible to enjoy the game from all corners of the property in addition to its accessibility in terms of road infrastructure. It was named in honor of the heroine of the Independence of Mexico, Doña Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, wife of the mayor of Querétaro, Miguel Domínguez.
It has capacity for 35,575 spectators.

Dress

  • Local uniform: White t-shirt with black details, pants and white socks.
  • Away uniform: T-shirt with blue and black vertical stripes with white details, pants and black socks.
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
Nero e Blu Strisce

Colors of the institution.

Previous uniforms

  • 2020 Closure
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
  • 2019 Opening
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
  • 2018-2019
Kit left arm queretaro1819h
Queretaro1819h body kit
Kit right arm queretaro1819h
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First Uniform
Kit left arm queretaro1819a
Queretaro1819a body kit
Kit right arm queretaro1819a
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Second Uniform
  • 2017-2018
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
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Third Uniform
  • 2016-2017
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
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  • 2015-2016
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Second Uniform
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Third Uniform
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65th Anniversary Uniform
  • 2014-2015
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First Uniform
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Second Uniform
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Third Uniform
  • 2013-2014
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  • 2013
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First Uniform
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  • 2012-2013
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First Uniform
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  • 2011-2012
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First Uniform
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Evolution of the uniform

  • Home: Black and blue sweater, shorts and black stockings.
  • Visit: White sweater with red lines and pink socks

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1950
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1969
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1970
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1974
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1992
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1994
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2005
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2006
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2011

Previous sponsors

Dress
Period Supplier
1989–1990 Flag of Mexico.svg Garcis
1991–1992 Flag of Germany.svg Adidas
1992–1993 Flag of Mexico.svg Pepin
1993–1994 Flag of Mexico.svg Vicmar
2001–2002 Flag of Mexico.svg First
2002–2003 Flag of Mexico.svg Marval
2003–2004 Flag of Mexico.svg Keuka
2004–2005 Flag of Mexico.svg Cruzeiro
2005–2006 Flag of Mexico.svg Eescord
2006 Flag of Mexico.svg Ardex
2006–2011 Flag of Mexico.svg First
2011–2012 Flag of Mexico.svg Marval
2012–2013 Flag of Mexico.svg Athletic
2013–2015 Flag of Mexico.svg First
2015–2019 Flag of Germany.svg Puma
2020-Present Flag of Mexico.svg Charly
Sponsors
Period Sponsorship
2020 - Act. Flag of Mexico.svg Caliente
2020 - Act. Flag of Mexico.svg Maderas City
2020 - Act. Flag of Mexico.svg Valladolid Box
2015 - Act. Flag of Mexico.svg Regional Air Transport
2015 - Act. Flag of Mexico.svg Corona

Club data

  • Seasons in 1st: 22.
  • Seasons in Promotion League: 6.
  • Highest win achieved: Querétaro 8-0 Hankook Greens - September 17, 2015.
  • Biggest conceded win: Querétaro 1-7 Tigers - August 24, 2003.
  • Concacaf Champions League appearances: 1 (2015-16)
  • League Finals: 1 (Clausura 2015)
  • Best place in the league: 4th (Opening 2019)
  • Worst place in the league: 20th (Opening 2003)
  • Most points in a tournament: 31 (Opening 2019).
  • Fewer points in a tournament: 7 (Opening 2003).
  • All-time top scorer: Flag of Brazil.svg Camilo Sanvezzo (67 goals).
  • Goleo Champions: Flag of Brazil.svg Camilo Sanvezzo (Opening 2014). Flag of Argentina.svg Emanuel Villa (Opening 2015)
  • Players marking Hat-Tricks: Flag of Uruguay.svg Sergio Blanco - Flag of Uruguay.svg Carlos Bueno - Flag of Argentina.svg Emmanuel Villa.
  • Player with the most goals scored in a match: Flag of Argentina.svg Emmanuel Villa (5 goals).
  • Player with the fastest goal: Flag of Brazil.svg Ricardo Jesus da Silva (14 seconds)
  • Player with the most official matches: Flag of Mexico.svg Marco Jiménez (226 games).

Players

Squad and coaching staff

Players Technical team
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Last team Eq. formative
2 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Omar mendoza  32 years Flag of Mexico.svg C. Tijuana  CD Cruz Azul
4 Flag of Uruguay.svg 1DEF Martin Rea  23 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  Danubio FC
5 Flag of Mexico.svg 2MED kevin escamilla  27 years Flag of Mexico.svg D.Toluca  C. National University
7 Flag of Uruguay.svg 2MED Kevin Ramirez  27 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  Montevideo Wanderers
8 Flag of Mexico.svg 2MED Ferdinand Madrigal  29 years Flag of Mexico.svg CA St. Louis  CF Pachuca
9 Flag of Uruguay.svg 3OF Jonathan dos santos  28 years Flag of Peru.svg C. Sports University  Cerro Largo FC
10 Flag of Ecuador.svg 2MED Jefferson Montero  31 years Flag of England.svg Swansea City AFC  CS Emelec
11 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Julius Nava  31 years Flag of Mexico.svg Dorados de Sinaloa  CD Guadalajara
13 Flag of Mexico.svg 0BY Gil Alcala  28 years Flag of Mexico.svg C. Irapuato  Queretaro FC
14 Flag of Ecuador.svg 2MED Antonio Valencia Captain sports.svg  35 years Flag of Ecuador.svg League of Quito  CD El Nacional
15 Flag of Mexico.svg 3OF Angel Sepúlveda  30 years Flag of Mexico.svg C. Tijuana  CA Monarcas Morelia
16 Flag of Mexico.svg 2MED Xavier Ibarra  23 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  CF Monterrey
17 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Erik vera  29 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  C. National University
19 Flag of Uruguay.svg 3OF Hugo Silva  27 years Flag of Argentina.svg CA Board of Trustees  CA Cerro
20 Flag of Uruguay.svg 2MED Gonzalo montes  26 years Flag of Uruguay.svg Danubio FC  CA Cerro
21 Flag of Mexico.svg 0BY Gerardo Ruiz placeholder image  35 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  CF Atlante
22 Flag of Paraguay.svg 1DEF Alexis Doldan  24 years Flag of Mexico.svg C. Necaxa  C. Fulgencio Yegros
23 Flag of Brazil.svg 3OF Francisco da Costa  25 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  CA Paranaense
24 Flag of the United States.svg 2MED Joe gallardo  23 years Flag of the United States.svg Real Monarchs  CF Monterrey
25 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Daniel Cervantes  30 years Flag of Mexico.svg Celaya FC  C. Necaxa
26 Flag of Uruguay.svg 1DEF Hugo Magellan  23 years Flag of Uruguay.svg Cerro Largo FC  Cerro Largo FC
27 Flag of Mexico.svg 2MED Jose Gurrola  22 years Flag of Mexico.svg Mazorqueros FC  CD Guadalajara
29 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Aristeo Garcia  22 years Flag of Mexico.svg C. National University  C. National University
31 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Juan Juarez  22 years Flag of Mexico.svg Atlante FC  C. America
32 Flag of Honduras.svg 3OF Joshua Channels  20 years Flag of Costa Rica.svg AD Carmelita  AD Carmelita
33 Flag of Mexico.svg 1DEF Juan Meza  27 years Flag of Mexico.svg Dorados de Sinaloa  Dorados de Sinaloa
182 Flag of Mexico.svg 0BY Luis Villegas  19 years Flag of Mexico.svg Basic forces  Queretaro FC
189 Flag of Mexico.svg 3OF José Ramírez  20 years Flag of Mexico.svg Basic forces  Queretaro FC
Coach (s)

Flag of Mexico.svg Hector Altamirano

Assistant Coach (s)

Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Castro
Flag of Mexico.svg Isaac morales
Flag of Mexico.svg Alberto Arellano

Physical trainer (s)

Flag of Mexico.svg Carlos Gonzalez

Goalkeeping coach (s)

Flag of Mexico.svg Olaf Heredia
Flag of Mexico.svg Jorge Mendez

Physiotherapists)

Flag of Mexico.svg Fernando Briones placeholder image

Physician (s)

Flag of Mexico.svg Hugo Soriano


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 July 24, 2020

Template on the official website

  • Mexican teams are limited to having a maximum of 11 foreign players in their squad, in addition, they must heed the 9/9 rule, which mentions that of the 18 players who can participate per game, at least nine must be Mexican .

Registrations and Cancellations: Closing 2021

High
Player Position Provenance Market
Flag of Mexico.svg Aristeo Garcia Defense Flag of Mexico.svg National University Club Transfer
Flag of Mexico.svg Omar mendoza Defense Flag of Mexico.svg Club Tijuana Free
Flag of Uruguay.svg Hugo Magellan Defense Flag of Uruguay.svg Cerro Largo Soccer Club Transfer
Flag of Ecuador.svg Antonio Valencia Defense Flag of Ecuador.svg League of Quito Free
Flag of Ecuador.svg Jefferson Montero Midfielder Flag of England.svg Swansea City Association Football Club Free
Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Gurrola Midfielder Flag of Mexico.svg Mazorqueros Football Club Transfer
Flag of Honduras.svg Joshua Channels Midfielder Flag of Costa Rica.svg Carmelite Sports Association Transfer
Flag of Uruguay.svg Jonathan dos santos Forward Flag of Peru.svg University Sports Club Transfer
Flag of the United States.svg Joe gallardo Forward Flag of the United States.svg Real Monarchs Transfer
Low
Player Position Team Market
Flag of Mexico.svg Eduardo Bravo Defense Flag of Mexico.svg Tlaxcala Football Club Transfer
Flag of Mexico.svg Alfonso Luna Defense Flag of Mexico.svg Deer Soccer Club Yucatan Transfer
Flag of Mexico.svg Irving Zurita Defense Pick up
Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Robles Defense Flag of Mexico.svg Tabasco Cougars End of loan
Flag of Argentina.svg Julian Velazquez Defense Flag of Mexico.svg Club Tijuana End of loan
Flag of Ecuador.svg Jonathan Pearl Midfielder Flag of Ecuador.svg Barcelona Sporting Club Transfer
Flag of Uruguay.svg Nicolas Albarracin Midfielder Flag of None.svg TBD Transferable
Flag of Mexico.svg Francisco Rivera Midfielder Flag of Mexico.svg Mineros de Zacatecas Transfer
Flag of Mexico.svg Omar Arellano Midfielder Flag of Mexico.svg Chapulineros from Oaxaca Transfer
Flag of Mexico.svg David Salazar Forward Flag of None.svg TBD Transferable
Flag of Mexico.svg Omar Islands Forward Flag of Mexico.svg Tabasco Cougars End of loan
Flag of Uruguay.svg Sebastian Sosa Forward Flag of Argentina.svg Athletic Club Board of Trustees Transfer
Flag of Ecuador.svg Jonathan Betancourt Forward Flag of Mexico.svg Cimarrones de Sonora Loan

Top scorers

No. Player Seasons Liga Crown Supercup Concacaf Total
ª 1 ª 2
1 Flag of Brazil.svg Camilo Sanvezzo 2014 - 2019 (6) 53 - 14 - - 67
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Mauro gerk 2002/2005 - 09 (4) 14 49 - - - 63
3 Flag of Argentina.svg Emmanuel Villa 2015 - 17 (3) 28 - 2 1 6 37
4 Flag of Panama.svg Robert Nurse 2004/2005 - 08 (4) 1 28 - - - 29
5 Flag of Mexico.svg Angel Sepúlveda 2014-17 / 2020-Act (3) 19 - 4 - 1 24
6 Flag of Uruguay.svg Carlos Good 2011 - 13 (2) 23 - - - - 23
7 Flag of Mexico.svg Isaac romo 2008 - 10/12/13 - 14 (4) 12 4 4 - - 20
8 Flag of Mexico.svg Felipe Malibran 1991 - 93 (2) 18 - - - - 18
9 Flag of Mexico.svg Sergio Almaguer 1990-91 (1) 11 - 3 - - 14
10 Flag of Brazil.svg William da silva 2014 - 15 (2) 13 - - - - 13
= Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Alberto Seixas 1992 - 94 (2) 11 - 2 - - 13

En bold font active players in the club.

Players with more presences

Pos Player Matches
1 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Marco Jimenez 233
2 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Raúl Rico 222
3 ° Flag of Mexico.svg George Corral 184
4 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Margarito gonzalez 183
5 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Jaime Gomez 173
6 ° Flag of Brazil.svg Tiago Volpi 157
7 ° Flag of Argentina.svg Miguel Martínez 155
8 ° Flag of Brazil.svg Camilo Sanvezzo 149
9 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Angel Sepúlveda 136
10 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Mario osuna 130

En bold font active players in the club.

Most active players

Pos Player Matches
1 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Angel Sepúlveda 136
2 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Gil Alcala 77
3 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Julius Nava 74
4 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Ferdinand Madrigal 30
= Flag of Uruguay.svg Kevin Ramirez 30
5 ° Flag of Uruguay.svg Gonzalo montes 27
6 ° Flag of Uruguay.svg Hugo Silva 24
7 ° Flag of Mexico.svg Daniel Cervantes 23

trainers

Coaches list

  • Flag of Argentina.svg Ricardo La Volpe (1990-1991)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Luis Manuel Torres (1991-1992)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Thomas Boy (1992-1993)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Manuel Cerda Cinnamon (1993)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Ruben Matturano (1993)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Carlos de los Cobos (1993-1994)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Juan de Dios Castillo (1994-1995)
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Mario Zanabria (2002)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Demetrio Madero (2002-2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Humberto Hernandez Briceno (2003)
  • Flag of Peru.svg Julio Cesar Uribe (2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Humberto Hernandez Briceno (2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Octavio Mora (2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Humberto Hernandez Briceno (2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Guillermo Hernandez Sanchez (2003)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Alfredo Tena (2003-2004)
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Osvaldo Batocletti (2004)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Carlos de los Cobos (2004)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Antonio Ascensio (2004)
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Antony Mohamed (2004-2005)
  • Flag of Paraguay.svg Carlos Jara Saguier (2005)
  • Flag of Chile.svg Edgardo Fuentes (2005)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Marco Antonio Trejo (2005-2006)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Salvador Reyes (2006-2007)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Antonio Ascensio (2007)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Luis Mata (2007-2008)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Luis Saldivar (2008)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Hector Medrano (2008-2009)
  • Flag of Brazil.svg Valtencir Gomes (2009)
  • Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Reinoso (2009-2010)
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Angel David Comizzo (2010)
  • Flag of Uruguay.svg Gustavo Matosas (2011)
  • Flag of Paraguay.svg Jose Saturnino Cardozo (2011-2012)
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Angel David Comizzo (2012)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Carlos de los Cobos (2012)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Sergio Bueno (2012)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Ignacio Ambriz (2013-2015)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Victor Manuel Vucetich (2015-2017)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Jaime Lozano (2017)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Luis Fernando Tena (2017-2018)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Rafael Bridge (2018-2019)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Victor Manuel Vucetich (2019-2020)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg AlexDiego (2020)
  • Flag of Mexico.svg Hector Altamirano (2020-)

History

Official tournaments

Flag of Mexico.svg National competition Securities Runners-up
Mexican First Division (0/1) Closing 2015.
Mexico Cup (1/0) Opening 2016.
Mexican Super Cup (1/0) 2016-17.
Mexican Promotion League (3/0) Closing 2005, Closing 2006, Opening 2008.
Promotion Champion (2/1) 2005-06, 2008-09. 2004-05.
Second Division of Mexico (0/3) 1955-56, 1976-77, 1986-87.
Third Division of Mexico (0/3) 1968-69, 1969-70, 1982-83.

Friendly tournaments

  • Foursquare Durango: 1993.
  • El Rancho Cup (1): 2015.
  • Commemorative Trophy for the 50th anniversary of the Cuauhtémoc Stadium: 2018

Outlinks

  • Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons hosts a multimedia category on Querétaro Soccer Club.
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