Deportes Melipilla


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1992 (29 years old)


Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez
(6,500 Capacity)

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Melipilla, Chile

Potros, Caballos

Chile Primera Division

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24 Oct 21 Deportes Melipilla  -  Universidad de
31 Oct 21 Unión La  -  Deportes Melipilla
03 Nov 21 Deportes Melipilla  -  Cobresal
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16 Oct 21 Deportes Melipilla  1 - 1  Deportes La
09 Oct 21 Deportes Antofagasta  1 - 0  Deportes Melipilla
04 Oct 21 Deportes Melipilla  1 - 1  Santiago Wanderers
30 Sep 21 Universidad Católica  4 - 0  Deportes Melipilla

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Deportes Melipilla is a Chilean football club, based on Melipilla, a comune in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. It was founded on January 24, 1992 as a successor of Club Deportivo Soinca Bata. Currently the team competes in the Primera B División after coming back up to this division due to financial problems faced in 2009, which led the team to go to Tercera Division A for the 2010 season. The club has its classic rival, San Antonio Unido match known as “Clásico del Maipo” or “The Maipo Derbi”.

Deportes Melipilla has its own stadium called Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez situated in its city with a capacity of 6,000.

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Estadio Municipal Roberto Bravo Santibáñez is a multi-use stadium in Melipilla, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Deportes Melipilla. The stadium holds 6,500 people and was built in 1942.



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