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Deportes La Serena

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Sport
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Estadio La Portada
(18,500 Capacity)

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Location
La Serena, Chile

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Chile Primera Division

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Upcoming Events
03 Jul 22 Deportes La  -  OHiggins
10 Jul 22 Colo-Colo  -  Deportes La
17 Jul 22 Deportes La  -  Deportes Antofagasta
24 Jul 22 Coquimbo Unido  -  Deportes La
31 Jul 22 Deportes La  -  Ñublense

Latest Results
28 May 22 Deportes La  3 - 2  Audax Italiano
22 May 22 Unión La  1 - 1  Deportes La
14 May 22 Deportes La  0 - 0  Palestino
07 May 22 Universidad de  2 - 0  Deportes La
23 Apr 22 Deportes La  1 - 3  Curicó Unido

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Club de Deportes La Serena S.A.D.P., is a Chilean football club based in the city of La Serena, Coquimbo Region. The club was founded 9 December 1955 and plays in the first division of the Chilean football league. Their home games are played at the La Portada stadium, which has a capacity of 17,194 seats. Their biggest rival is Coquimbo Unido. They are nicknamed "Los Papayeros", because of the papayas that are grown near La Serena in the Elqui Valley.

Team Members
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Lucas
Bastián



Enzo
Nicolás



Luckas
Carreño




Cristian
Damián



Zacarias
González




Ariel
Ignacio



Santiago
Dittborn



Humberto
Andrés



Leonardo
Felipe



Cristóbal
Andrés


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Stadium or Home

Estadio La Portada (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a multi-use stadium in La Serena, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Deportes La Serena. The stadium holds 18,243 people, was built in 1952, and completely renovated in 2015, in time for the 2015 Copa America.

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