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Club de Deportes Santiago Morning (popularly known as Chaguito Morning or Morning) is a Chilean professional football club based in Recoleta, Santiago. They compete in the Primera B. Santiago Morning was one of Primera División de Chile founding members in 1933, being champion for first ever time in 1942.
The club was founded in 1903 when Santiago established its own association of football thanks to the management of Santiago College's students on 19 October, under the name of Santiago Football Club. Three days later, the club played his first game against the teacher's team. Years later, the club was one of Primera División de Chile founder teams in 1933, being the first team on play a Chilean top-tier professional match against Audax Italiano. In 1936, the club was renamed with current name of Santiago Morning, after the merger between Santiago Football Club and Morning Star. During the 1930s, the club was one of the most popular teams in Chile.
Santiago Morning's traditional rival is Magallanes, disputing the 'Metropolitan Derby'. The major shareholder of the club is the former footballer Miguel Nasur, since Demetrio Marinakis left the club in 2005. Among other facts, the team play his home games at Estadio Municipal de La Pintana and is part of CONMEBOL's '"Club de los 100"' (Centerary's Club) alongside other Chilean clubs like Audax Italiano, Everton, Unión Española, Fernández Vial, Magallanes and Santiago Wanderers.
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