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Club Atlético Tigre

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Club Atlético Tigre Spanish pronunciation:  is an Argentine sports club from Victoria, Buenos Aires The club is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in Argentine Primera División


  • 1 History
  • 2 Kit evolution and rare models
  • 3 Stadium
  • 4 Players
    • 41 Current squad
    • 42 Out on loan
    • 43 Former players
  • 5 Managers
  • 6 Honours
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links


The club was founded on 3 August 1902 in the city of Tigre The team debuted at Argentine Primera División in 1915, playing its first match against Argentino de Quilmes, losing by 3–1 Tigre finally finished 18th of 25 teams

Tigre would last in Primera División during all the amateur era When football became professional in Argentina many teams were relegated but Tigre remained in the top division The squad's first professional match was on 31 May 1931, playing against San Lorenzo de Almagro in the Viejo Gasómetro stadium The first win came in the 3rd fixture when Tigre defeated Racing Club by 1–0

the 1945 team that won the Primera B title, returning them to the Primera División

The 14th fixture played on August, 30 was the debut of legendary striker Bernabé Ferreyra, which scored all the goals in the 4–1 victory over Quilmes Ferreyra soon became an outstanding scorer playing for Tigre before being traded to River Plate

In 1935 Tigre began to build its stadium in Victoria and that same year the team was relegated to the second division then named "Segunda de Ascenso" along with Quilmes, returning the next year to the first division That year Tigre also opened its stadium in Victoria

In 1937 Juan Marvezzi Tigre's all-time top scorer arrived to the club He would score 116 goals over 173 matches between 1937 and 1943

In 1945 Tigre won the second division championship Segunda DivisionThey won the tournament again in 1953, although by then it was known as Primera B

The 1953 that won another promotion to Primera that same year

After some seasons alternating promotions and relegations to the second division, in 1970 Tigre was relegated to Primera C Metropolitana, the third division of the Argentine football league system, returning to Primera B two years after, with a record of 21 matches without receiving any goal Goalkeeper Pepe achieved a record of 906 minutes unbeaten

In 1979 Tigre returned to Primera División, with Juan Carlos Lorenzo as the sports director

In 1986 the Argentine league system is restructured and Tigre got a place in the Primera B Nacional which became the second division of Argentine football Five years later Tigre was relegated to Primera B Metropolitana now the third division, returning to Nacional B in 1995 defeating Argentino de Rosario 2–1 in the third match after two tied games

Tigre won the 2004 Primera B Metropolitana Apertura defeating Platense 2–0 in Vicente López Partido During that season, a goalkeeper Cristian Campestrini scored a goal for Tigre for the first time in club's history, during a match against Ferro Carril Oeste

Tigre also won the next tournament 2005 Clausura proclaiming bi-champion and promoting directly to Primera B Nacional

At the end of 2006 Diego Cagna was hired as coach replacing Caruso Lombardi who had left to coach Argentinos Juniors, recommended by Diego Maradona, being his first experience as coach in first division With Cagna on the bench, Tigre remained 13 consecutive matches unbeaten during the Clausura tournament In the 2005 Apertura the team finished 3rd In the 2007 Clausura Tigre qualified to play the "Torneo Reducido", which won, giving it the chance to play with a team of Primera División Nueva Chicago in order to dispute a vacant place at the top level of Argentine football

Tigre defeated Nueva Chicago 1–0 and 2–1, returning to Primera after 27 years Some of its most relevant players were goalkeeper Daniel Islas, Alexis Ferrero, Diego Castaño and Leandro Lázzaro During the second final game, hundreds of Chicago's hooligans jumped into the field without being stopped by the police although there were 200 police man in the stadium, taking off the uniforms to players and then attacking Tigre's supporters which were peacefully celebrating their return to Primera División The violent acts continued outside the stadium, where the hooligans of both teams clashed and a fan of Tigre, Marcelo Cejas, was killed

Tigre disputed the 2007 Apertura achieving some resounding results such as the 4–1 victory over River Plate apart from the wins over Racing 3–2 and Boca Juniors 2–1 At the end of the tournament, Tigre finished 2nd Lanús was the champion, which was club's best campaign ever in the top category

In 2008 Apertura Tigre made the best campaign of its history, sharing the 1st place with Boca Juniors and San Lorenzo with 39 points at the end of the season Therefore, those teams had to play a mini-tournament in order to proclaim a champion, which would finally be Boca Juniors Although Tigre defeated Boca 1–0, the Xeneize won the title due to its best goal average During the regular season, Tigre achieved some highlights, beating all the most popular teams: Boca Juniors 3–2, River Plate 3–1, Independiente 1–0, San Lorenzo 1–0, Huracán 3–0, and former champion Lanús 3–0

In 2009 Tigre made its first appearances in an international club competition playing two games in Copa Sudamericana 2009, having been defeated by San Lorenzo in the first round due to the away goals rule

In 2012 Tigre reached the final of the 2012 Copa Sudamericana, and faced São Paulo The match, however, went unfinished, due to Tigre who were at a 0–2 deficit by the end of the first half in the second leg refusing to return for the second half as they claimed of security problems at halftime Therefore, São Paulo were declared champions

Kit evolution and rare models

The first jersey worn by Tigre was blue with white collar

Between 1911 and 1919, Tigre began to wear a red and blue vertical stripes jersey similar to San Lorenzo's and used in seen in the pictures of the 1945 and 1953 champion teams Tigre would wear this pattern in 1945, when winning the Primera B title promoting to Primera División

Other models were a blue jersey with a red "T" on the chest worn during Tigre's run on Primera División in 1980, and the blue with red sleeves used for just one match in 1979

1902–11, 1919–40 1911–19, 1945 1940–present 1960s 1967–68
1979 1 1980 1996–97 2005–06 2013 Libertadores


View of Estadio Monumental de Victoria

Their home stadium is the Estadio José Dellagiovanna


Current squad

As of 26 February 2018

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 Julio Chiarini
2 DF Carlos Rodríguez on loan from Plaza Colonia
3 DF Juan Blengio
4 DF Alexis Niz
5 MF Lucas Menossi
6 DF Ignacio Canuto
7 FW Carlos Luna
8 MF Martín Galmarini
9 FW Federico González
10 MF Matías Pérez García
11 MF Jacobo Mansilla
12 GK Federico Crivelli
13 FW Ramón Mierez
14 MF Walter Montillo
15 FW Lucas Janson
16 DF Mathías Abero
No Position Player
17 DF Matías Pérez Acuña
18 FW Ivo Hongn
19 MF Ezequiel Rodríguez
20 MF Diego Morales
21 MF Sebastián Prediger
22 FW Denis Stracqualursi
24 FW Daniel Imperiale
26 DF Ezequiel Garré
27 MF Agustín Cardozo
28 DF Javier Iritier
29 DF Diego Sosa
30 FW Iván Bolaño
31 GK Maximiliano Díaz
32 DF Maximiliano Caire
33 MF Nicolás Bertocchi
34 GK Marco Wolff

Out on loan

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

No Position Player
2 DF Erik Godoy at Belgrano until 30 June 2018
35 FW Claudio Spinelli at San Martín until 30 June 2018
No Position Player

Former players

Main category: Club Atlético Tigre footballers


  • Osvaldo Sosa 1981
  • Victorio Cocco 1989
  • Hugo Tocalli 1990–91
  • Ricardo Caruso Lombardi 1 July 2003 – 31 Dec 6
  • Diego Cagna 1 Jan 2006 – 14 Dec 9
  • Ricardo Caruso Lombardi 1 Jan 2010 – 31 Dec 10
  • Rodolfo Arruabarrena 30 Dec 2010 – 21 Oct 12
  • Néstor Gorosito 23 Oct 2012 – 30 June 13
  • Diego Cagna 7 July 2013 – 10 Sep 13
  • Fabián Alegre 10 Sep 2013 – 31 Dec 13
  • Gustavo Alfaro 2014–2015
  • Mauro Camoranesi 2016
  • Pedro Troglio 2016


  • Primera B 4: 1945, 1953, 1979, 2004–05
  • División Intermedia 1: 1912 FAF,
  • Trofeo Jaime Sarlanga 1: 1967


  1. ^ a b c "CA Tigre" Soccerway Global Sports Media Retrieved 16 June 2013 
  2. ^ "Historia del Club Atlético Tigre" in Spanish Club Atletico Tigre Retrieved 16 June 2013 
  3. ^ Mariano Buren 15 July 2011 "Argentina – Coaches of Championship Teams – Second Level" RSSSF Retrieved 16 June 2013 
  4. ^ "Copa Sudamericana: Row at Tigre and Sao Paulo final" BBC 13 December 2012 Retrieved 16 June 2013 
  5. ^ Historia de la Camiseta – Official website Archived 3 December 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Tigre squad" Soccerway 22 August 2017 Retrieved 22 August 2017 

External links

  • Official site
  • Football in Argentina portal

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