Cañoneros F.C.

The Cañoneros Fútbol Club, commonly known as Cañoneros Marina, is a Mexican football club based in Mexico City. The club was founded on 2012, and currently plays in Serie A.[1]

Football club
Cañoneros F.C.
Full name Cañoneros Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) La Marina (The Navy)
Los Cañoneros (The Gunners)
Founded 1 June 2012; 9 years ago (2012-06-01)
Ground Estadio Momoxco,
Milpa Alta, Mexico
Capacity 3,500
Owner Liga de Fútbol Torneo Central de Reservas
Chairman Ricardo Pérez Acuňa
Manager Carlos Alberto Valdéz
League Liga PremierSerie A
2020–21 13th – Group II

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The team was founded on 2012 by an agreement between the mexican Secretariat of the Navy and amateur soccer league, Liga de Fútbol Torneo Central de Reservas. The creation of the team was made with the objective of creating a team to train the talents of the national navy and athletes emerged in the amateur tournament. Between 2012 and 2020 this club was funded in part by the Mexican government by relying on a Federal Secretariat.[2]

From 2012 to 2018, the team participated in Tercera División. The team’s greatest success came in the 2017-18 season, when it achieved the second place in the category, after being defeated by Acatlán F.C. in the final series.[3]

The condition as runner-up of the team allowed it to get promotion to Serie B, because it’s rival did not meet the requirements to participate in this division.[4] Also, the club maintains a reserve team competing in Tercera División.

In the first season in Serie B, the team qualified for the playoffs. In the quarterfinals the team eliminated Mineros de Fresnillo by 6-2 in the aggregate. In semifinals, Marina tied with Atlético Saltillo Soccer, but advanced by his condition of best-seeded team. In the final, the navy defeated Deportivo CAFESSA 3-2 on aggregate, thus winning its first championship in history.[5]

In 2021 the team was renamed Cañoneros F.C. because the Secretariat of the Navy stopped providing financial and institutional support to the club and therefore was no longer representative of the institution.[6]

As of September 18, 2021[7]

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  MEX Osmar Maldonado
2 DF  MEX Baldemar Pinto
3 DF  MEX Luis Perea
4 DF  MEX Carlos Pérez
5 DF  MEX Louis Saavedra
6 MF  CHI Jorge Ignacio Pávez
7 FW  MEX Aldo Castillo
8 DF  MEX Gabriel Villalpando
10 FW  MEX Pablo Romagnoli
12 DF  MEX Eduardo López
13 FW  MEX Denilson Díaz
14 FW  MEX Jusset Mejía
15 FW  MEX Omar Santos
16 MF  MEX Carlos Espinosa
17 FW  MEX Rodolfo Herrera
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW  MEX Luis Ángel Muñoz
19 GK  MEX Carlos Rodríguez
20 GK  MEX Juan Pablo Lugo
21 DF  MEX Raúl García
22 MF  MEX Román Velasco
23 MF  MEX Diego Portugal
24 FW  CHI Jarold Chamorro
25 FW  MEX Junior Lazcano
26 DF  MEX Jordan Pérez
27 FW  MEX Iván Paredes
28 FW  MEX Marco Torres
29 GK  MEX Carlos Manuel Rodríguez
31 DF  MEX Juan Ocampo
32 DF  MEX Francisco Montes de Oca
33 FW  MEX Ronaldo Herrera

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