Lautaro de Buin

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Lautaro de Buín

Full name
Club Social y Deportivo Lautaro de Buin

Nickname(s)
Guerreros de Buín (Warriors Buín)

Founded
January 23, 1923

Ground
Estadio Lautaro
Buin, Chile

Ground Capacity
1,500

Manager
Patricio Zúñiga

Coach
Pablo Galdames

League
Tercera División A

2016
5th

Home colours

Away colours

Club Social y Deportivo Lautaro de Buin is a Chilean Football club, their home town is Buin, Chile. They currently play in the fourth level of Chilean football, the Tercera División.
The club were founded on January 23, 1923 and participated for 10 years in Tercera División A and 17 years in Tercera División B.
Seasons played[edit]

12 seasons in Tercera División A
17 seasons in Tercera División B

Current squad 2016[edit]

As of 25 October 2016

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position
Player

1

GK
Andrés Sánchez

3

DF
Andy Prádenas

5

DF
Diego Cifuentes

6

DF
Leonardo Araya

7

DF
Mauricio Segura

8

MF
Sebastián Cadenas

9

FW
Lenín González

10

MF
Yacer Carrasco

11

MF
Pablo Carrasco

12

GK
Ángel Marín

13

DF
Nicolás López

No.

Position
Player

14

MF
Juan Paredes

16

DF
Bastián Iribarra

17

FW
Marcelo Solís

18

FW
Diego Palominos

19

FW
Christian Zapata

20

MF
Carlos Carrasco

21

DF
Juan Martínez

22

DF
Esteban Salinas

23

DF
Marcelo Pérez

24

MF
Jordan Espinoza

26

FW
Bastián Crisostómo

See also[edit]

Chilean football league system

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2016 Tercera División clubs

Lautaro de Buin
Chimbarongo
Colina
Estación Central
Fernández Vial
Gasparín
General Velásquez
Juventud Salvador
Limache
Osorno
Recoleta
Rengo
San Joaquín
Talagante
Tomás Greig

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