Sport Loreto

Sport Loreto
Full name Club Deportivo Sport Loreto
Nickname(s) Decano
Founded September 3, 1939
Ground Estadio Aliardo Soria Pérez,
Ground Capacity 25,000
Chairman Ricardo Mejia Sifuentes
League Peruvian Segunda División
2015 16th

Sport Loreto is a local football institution located in Pucallpa, Peru. It was founded in 1939, and it will start playing in the first professional division in 2015. After the championship in Copa Peru 2014. Football is the most played sport, although there are other local sport as Volleyball that also participates in the National Championships. Another sport being played is Basketball. Football is being played at the local stadium Aliardo Soria.


In the 2006 Copa Perú, the club made it to the Regional Stage, but was eliminated by Colegio Nacional Iquitos and Hospital.

In the 2013 Copa Perú, the club made it to the National Stage, but was eliminated by Unión Huaral in the quarter-finals.

In the 2014 Copa Perú, the club defeated Fuerza Minera in the finals.

In the 2015 Torneo Descentralizado, the club was relegated to the 2016 Peruvian Segunda División.


Sport Loreto has had a long-standing rivalry with Deportivo Bancos.



Winners (1): 2014


Winners (2): 2013, 2014
Winners (3): 2006, 2013, 2014
Winners (2): 2006, 2013

Current squad

As of 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 Peru GK Eduardo Figueroa
2 Peru DF Becker Curay
3 Paraguay DF Cristian Enciso
4 Peru DF Anthony Velja
5 Peru MF Junior Castrillón
7 Peru MF Junior Nuñez
8 Peru MF Wilber Huaynacari
10 Argentina MF Nelson González
11 Peru MF Yves Roach
12 Peru GK Robinson Matamoro
14 Peru MF Daniel Hidalgo
17 Peru FW Ángelo Cruzado
No. Position Player
20 Peru MF Romario Bardales
23 Peru MF Daniel Sánchez
24 Peru DF Lee Andonaire
28 Argentina FW Elián Abdala
29 Peru MF Gustavo Stagnaro
30 Peru DF José Granda
Peru DF Kevin Chávez
Peru DF César Mogollón
Peru DF Cristhian Ventura
Peru MF Luiggi Muchotrigo
Peru MF Ricardo Uribe
Peru FW Wilger Saboya

See also

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