Full name Club Atlético Aldosivi
Nickname(s) Tiburón, Verde, Gringos
Founded 29 March 1913 (1913-03-29)
Ground Estadio José María Minella,
Mar Del Plata, Buenos Aires Province
Ground Capacity 35,354 [1]
Chairman José Moscuzza
Manager Darío Franco
League Primera División
2016 11° of Zona 2
Website Club home page

Club Atlético Aldosivi (usually referred simply as Aldosivi) is an Argentine football club based in the city of Mar del Plata. The institution was founded on March 29, 1913, and plays in the first division of the Argentine football league system, the Argentine Primera División. The club's name comes from the first two letters of the last name of their founders, Allard, Doulfus, Sillard, and Wiriott (the w was changed to a v because there was no W available to telegraph the official announcement).[2]

In 1979, Aldosivi merged with two other clubs from Mar del Plata and was known by the name Defensores del Puerto until 1981 when it returned to the traditional name, which it still uses today.[2]




Current squad

As of 6 November 2016.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Argentina GK Pablo Campodónico
2 Argentina DF Alan Alegre
3 Argentina DF Franco Canever
4 Argentina DF Ismael Quílez
5 Uruguay MF Roberto Brum
6 Argentina DF Federico León
7 Argentina FW Pablo Lugüercio
8 Argentina MF Jonathan Galván
9 Argentina FW Sebastián Penco
10 Paraguay FW Cláudio Correa
11 Argentina FW Neri Bandiera (on loan from Juventud Unida)
12 Argentina GK Nicolás Ciribe
13 Argentina DF Ramiro Arias (on loan from San Lorenzo)
14 Argentina FW Juan Dinenno (on loan from Racing Club)
15 Argentina MF Gastón Díaz
16 Argentina MF Cristian Llama
17 Argentina MF Ramiro Garay
No. Position Player
18 Argentina MF Alexis Castro (on loan from Newell's Old Boys)
19 Uruguay MF Leandro Sosa
20 Argentina MF Antonio Medina
21 Argentina FW Joel Acosta
22 Argentina MF Damián Ledesma
23 Argentina GK Matías Vega
25 Argentina MF Nahuel Yeri
27 Argentina FW Lucas Di Yorio
28 Argentina MF Raúl Poclaba
29 Argentina MF Nahuel Pájaro
30 Argentina FW Jonathan Benedetti
31 Argentina GK Luis Ingolotti
32 Argentina FW Nicolás Miracco
34 Argentina DF Leandro Morel
Argentina GK Ariel Bulasio
Argentina FW Ángel Vildozo



  2. 1 2 Albion Road
  3. "Aldosivi squad". Soccerway. 6 November 2016. Retrieved 6 November 2016.

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