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Atlético Junior

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Established
1924 (97 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez
(60,788 Capacity)

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Location
Barranquilla, Colombia

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Colombia Categoría Primera A
Copa Libertadores

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Upcoming Events
24 Feb 21 Atlético Junior  -  Millonarios F.C.
28 Feb 21 Patriotas Boyacá  -  Atlético Junior
06 Mar 21 Atlético Junior  -  Atlético Bucaramanga
14 Mar 21 Atlético Nacional  -  Atlético Junior
21 Mar 21 Atlético Junior  -  Deportivo Pereira

Latest Results
21 Feb 21 Boyacá Chicó  2 - 1  Atlético Junior
18 Feb 21 Atlético Junior  1 - 2  Deportivo Cali
14 Feb 21 Envigado F.C.  2 - 2  Atlético Junior
06 Feb 21 Atlético Junior  2 - 0  Alianza Petrolera
03 Feb 21 La Equidad  1 - 0  Atlético Junior

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Club Deportivo Popular Junior F.C. S.A., commonly known as Junior de Barranquilla, by its old name Atlético Junior, or simply as Junior, is a Colombian professional football team based in Barranquilla, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. Junior is the main Caribbean team in the top flight of Colombian football.
The club was founded on August 7, 1924. Known as Los Tiburones (The Sharks), or El Equipo Tiburón (The Shark Team). Junior have won the Colombian professional football championship nine times (1977, 1980, 1993, 1995, 2004, 2010, 2011, 2018 and 2019).

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Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez, commonly known as Estadio Metropolitano, or colloquially, El Metro, is a multi-use all-seater football stadium in Barranquilla, Colombia. It is the home stadium of local football team Atlético Junior. It was built with a capacity of 49,612 for the Colombian World Cup bid in 1986. The stadium was inaugurated that year with a game between Uruguay and Junior, which the Uruguayans won 2–1. It is the second largest stadium in Colombia. The first official name of the stadium was Estadio Metropolitano, which was changed around 1991 in order to honor the Colombian footballer Roberto Meléndez. This is the official stadium for the national football team of Colombia.

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