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América de Cali

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Established
1927 (95 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadi Olímpico Pascual Guerrero
(35,405 Capacity)

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Location
Cali, Colombia

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Competitions
Colombia Categoría Primera A
Copa Sudamericana

Last Edit
zag: 13/Nov/20
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Upcoming Events
03 Jul 22 Envigado F.C.  -  América de
10 Jul 22 América de  -  Deportivo Pereira
17 Jul 22 Atlético Bucaramanga  -  América de
24 Jul 22 América de  -  Cortuluá
31 Jul 22 Independiente Santa  -  América de

Latest Results
16 May 22 América de  1 - 0  Union Magdalena
12 May 22 Union Magdalena  2 - 1  América de
08 May 22 Deportivo Pasto  3 - 1  América de
03 May 22 América de  0 - 1  Alianza Petrolera
24 Apr 22 Jaguares de  1 - 1  América de

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América de Cali S. A., best known as América de Cali or América, is a Colombian football team based in Cali and playing in the Categoría Primera A. They play their home games at the Olímpico Pascual Guerrero stadium. The club is regarded by FIFA and IFFHS as the strongest football team in Colombia and the ninth strongest in South America during the 20th century. IFFHS also once ranked América de Cali as the second best club side in the world, behind only Italian champions Juventus.
The club is one of the oldest in Colombia; they were founded in 1927, and trace their origins to the América Football Club, which was founded in 1918. They are also one of the most successful Colombian clubs at both the domestic and international levels, winning fourteen national titles and reaching the Copa Libertadores finals four times (including three straight from 1985 to 1987). Although they have never won the Copa Libertadores, they have won two international tournaments, the 1999 Copa Merconorte and the 1975 Copa Simón Bolívar.

Team Members
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Marino
Angulo




David
Angulo




Carlos
Manuel



Anderson
De



Daniel
Bonilla




Pablo
Antonio



Yaliston
Castilo




Juan
Ceballos




Didier
Córdoba




Héctor
Cortés




David
Cortés




Jhan
Escobar




Iago
Falqué




Cristian
Gil




Eber
Gómez




Gustavo
Gómez




Daniel
Alejandro



Gustavo
Adolfo



Edson
Efraín



Brayan
Hurtado




Juan
David



Pedro
Landazuri




Sergio
Larrahondo




Carlos
López




Enmerson
Martínez




Cristian
Medina




Javier
Morales




Luis
Mosquera




Luis
Alejandro



Kevin
Orlando



Joel
David



Marlon
Obeso




Juan
Orozco




Luis
Paredes




Esneyder
Perea




Joider
Micolta



Jorge
Portocarrero




Deinner
Quiñónes




Alejandro
Gabriel



Adrian
Ramos
#20



Larry
Riascos




Jhon
Santos




Diego
Urrego




Nicolás
Urueta




Elvis
Valdés




Gustavo
Vásquez




John
Zabala




Luis
David


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Stadium or Home

The Estadio Olimpico Pascual Guerrero is a football stadium, also used for athletics, concerts and rugby sevens, in Santiago de Cali, Colombia which is named to honor the poet Pascual Guerrero. The stadium and the sports complex that surrounds it were, from the 1950s to the 1970s, one of the finest and most modern sports complexes in Latin America, and led to references of Cali as the "Sports Capital of America".

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