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Cerro Porteño

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Established
1912 (111 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
General Pablo Rojas Stadium (La Olla)
(45,000 Capacity)

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Location
Asunción, Paraguay

Nicknames
El Ciclón

Competitions
Paraguayan Primera Division
Copa Libertadores

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 23 Cerro Porteño  -  Sportivo Ameliano
04 Feb 23 Sportivo Trinidense  -  Cerro Porteño
12 Feb 23 Cerro Porteño  -  Club Guaraní
19 Feb 23 Guaireña FC  -  Cerro Porteño
22 Feb 23 Curicó Unido  -  Cerro Porteño

Latest Results
21 Jan 23 Cerro Porteño  2 - 1  Oriente Petrolero
06 Jul 22 Palmeiras  5 - 0  Cerro Porteño
02 Jul 22 Cerro Porteño  1 - 0  Tacuary
29 Jun 22 Cerro Porteño  0 - 3  Palmeiras
25 Jun 22 Club Libertad  1 - 0  Cerro Porteño

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Club Cerro Porteño is a professional Paraguayan football club, based in the neighbourhood of Barrio Obrero in Asunción. Founded in 1912, Cerro has won 32 Primera División titles and is one of the most popular football clubs in Paraguay. Its president is Raúl Zapag, from Paraguay, and the manager is Francisco Arce. Its main rivals are Olimpia and Libertad.

They play their home games at the General Pablo Rojas Stadium, also known as La Nueva Olla (The New Boiler).

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Mauro
Boselli




Federico
Carrizo




Alberto
Espínola
#2



Ángel
Lucena
#15



Mathías
Villasanti
#20


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Stadium or Home

Estadio General Pablo Rojas (locally known as La Olla) is a football stadium in the neighbourhood of Barrio Obrero in Asunción, Paraguay. It is the home venue of Cerro Porteño. The stadium is named after former club president Pablo Rojas.

This stadium was used during the 1999 Copa América, hosting games by Uruguay and Colombia. Since 2015, the stadium is undergoing expansion and remodeling works in order to increase its capacity to 45,000 people.

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