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Atlético Reynosa

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Atlético Reynosa
Full nameAtlético Reynosa Fútbol Club
Nickname(s)Los Rojos (The Reds)
Founded1 January 2012; 9 years ago (2012-01-01) as Reynosa FC
GroundUnidad Deportiva Solidaridad,
Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Capacity20,000
OwnerHéctor Aragón Gil
ChairmanHéctor Aragón Gil
ManagerVacant
LeagueLiga Premier - Serie A
2019–203rd, Group I (Tournament abandoned)

The Atlético Reynosa Fútbol Club, is a Mexican football club based in the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The club was founded on 2012 as Reynosa Fútbol Club, in 2017 was rebranded. Between 2012 and 2020 the team played at Serie A of Liga Premier. From 2020, the team went into hiatus due to financial difficulties and stopped participating in Mexican football indefinitely, but without being dissolved.

History

The team was established in 2012 with the name Reynosa F.C., at first, the franchise was planned to play in the Ascenso MX,[1] however, it was finally placed in the Liga Premier de Ascenso (third level) because it did not find a place in the second category, the first match of the club was a friendly played on August 14, 2012 against Dorados de Sinaloa.[2] Their first seasons were played at the Estadio Adolfo López Mateos,[3] and later the team started to build a new stadium.[4]

On September 27, 2013, the team's new stadium was inaugurated, located in the Unidad Deportiva Solidaridad.[5]

On June 19, 2017, the Reynosa F.C. It was acquired by new owners who changed their name to Atlético Reynosa, and the colors of the club were changed, from red, green and white to blue and white.[6]

In 2020 the team began the process to join the new Liga de Expansión MX, which became the second league in Mexican football system. However, finally the participation of Atlético Reynosa in the league was rejected due to problems with its stadium and that is why the club had to remain in the Liga Premier de México, after this the team went on hiatus due to financial difficulties caused by the loss of sponsors that would support the club as long as it got a place in Liga de Expansión.[7]

Between 2012 and 2015, the club had a team affiliated in Liga de Nuevos Talentos called Topos de Reynosa, finally it was sold to become Tigrillos de Chetumal.[8]

Season to season

Season Division Place
Apertura 2012 3. Segunda División de México 8th Group I (Round of 16)
Clausura 2013 3. Segunda División de México 7th Group I (Round of 16)
Apertura 2013 3. Segunda División de México 13th Group I
Clausura 2014 3. Segunda División de México 16th Group I
Apertura 2014 3. Segunda División de México 7th Group I
Clausura 2015 3. Segunda División de México 1st Group I (Semifinals)
Apertura 2015 3. Segunda División de México 5th Group I
Clausura 2016 3. Segunda División de México 2nd Group I (Semifinals)
Apertura 2016 3. Segunda División de México 5th Group I (Quarterfinals)
Clausura 2017 3. Segunda División de México 9th Group I
Apertura 2017 3. Liga Premier Serie A 13th Group I
Clausura 2018 3. Liga Premier Serie A 6th Group I (Semifinals)

Players

Current squad

As of January 31, 2020.[9]

Player records

All-time top scorers

Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1 Mexico Pablo Hütt García 2012 11
2 Mexico Hilario Tristán Martínez 2012-2013 9
3 Mexico Francisco Portela Renteral 2012– 8
4 Mexico Óscar Eduardo Uscanga Gutiérrez 2013 5
5 Mexico Hugo Alfonso Espude Marín 2012 4
6 Mexico Gustavo Daniel Rodríguez González 2013- 4
7 Mexico Julio Adrián Reyes Hernández 2013 3
8 Mexico Jaime Ayala Jain 2012 2
9 Mexico Eduardo Becerra Hernández 2012 2
10 Mexico Fernando Cabello Larreta 2013- 2

Managers

References

  1. ^ Galván, Felipe (15 May 2012). "Reynosa F.C. Convoca a Jóvenes de Copa Telmex" (in Spanish). La Prensa.mx. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Este martes, Dorados vs. Reynosa fc" (in Spanish). En Línea Directa.info. 12 August 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  3. ^ "Reynosa F.C. espera humo blanco de la FMF" (in Spanish). La Prensa.mx. 24 May 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  4. ^ "Estadio de Reynosa con cancha a nivel internacional" (in Spanish). NotiGAPE. 30 May 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  5. ^ Pérez, Iván (25 May 2014). "Los gobiernos están locos por el futbol" (in Spanish). El Economista. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  6. ^ Gamboa, Alberto (19 June 2017). "Reynosa FC cambia a Atlético Reynosa" (in Spanish). El Mañana. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  7. ^ Márquez, Gabriel Andrés (18 August 2020). "Reynosa se queda sin fútbol profesional". Tiempo Extra MX (in Spanish). Retrieved 26 December 2020.
  8. ^ Gamboa, Alberto (18 June 2015). "Se van Topos de Reynosa" (in Spanish). La Tarde. Retrieved 26 April 2019.
  9. ^ "Plantel - Apertura 2013". Reynosa F.C. Archived from the original on 2013-08-28. Retrieved August 27, 2013.
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