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|Full name||Aguacateros Club Deportivo Uruapan|
|Nickname(s)||Aguacateros (Avocado producers)|
|Ground||Unidad Deportiva Hermanos López Rayón, Uruapan, Michoacán|
|Owner||Guillermo Verduzco Duarte|
|Chairman||Guillermo Verduzco Duarte|
|Manager||José Roberto Muñoz|
|League||Liga Premier - Serie A|
|2020–21||6th – Group II|
Aguacateros Club Deportivo Uruapan is a Mexican football club that plays in the Liga Premier de México. The club is based in Uruapan, Michoacán and was founded in 2012 as Club Deportivo Uruapan. In 2015, a reserve team was created that competed in the Tercera División, while the main team played in the Liga de Nuevos Talentos. In 2018, the team was renamed with the actual name, after the merger between C.D. Uruapan and the Club Originales Aguacateros de Uruapan.
In 2015, the team won the championship of Tercera División after defeating Sporting Canamy. The team competed for a season in Liga de Nuevos Talentos after failing to meet the requirements to promote to Liga Premier de Ascenso. With the federative seat of CDU Uruapan, another team called Titanes de Saltillo was created, finally, the CDU Uruapan returned to Tercera División.
In July 2018, the team was refounded with the name Aguacateros Club Deportivo Uruapan after the merger of Club Deportivo Uruapan and the team Originales Aguacateros de Uruapan with the aim of creating a unified team that represents the city as well as looking for an economic saving, since instead of financing two clubs, it would be one. The new team occupied the federative position belonging to Originals Aguacateros, formed with players from both clubs and acquired the technical body of the CDU.
Meanwhile, the CDU franchise was rented to a group of entrepreneurs who created another team called Futcenter, which was based in Tlalnepantla de Baz, State of Mexico. This club used the CDU Uruapan name as a registration in the Mexican Football Federation, but it was completely separate from the Michoacán-based team. In 2019 this team was dissolved.
- As of January 31, 2021
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Winners: 2014–15
- "Clubs Plays first tournament" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2018-01-21. Alt URL
- Romero García, Gonzalo (6 June 2015). "Club Deportivo Uruapan asciende a segunda división profesional". Diario ABC de Michoacán (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2018.
- Romero García, Gonzalo (24 June 2016). "Club Deportivo Uruapan se va a préstamo con Titanes de Saltillo". Diario ABC de Michoacán (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2018.
- "Surge Aguacateros Club Deportivo Uruapan". Agencia Infomanía (in Spanish). 17 July 2018. Retrieved 22 September 2018.
- "Aguacateros Club Deportivo Uruapan". Liga BBVA MX. Retrieved 18 September 2020.
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