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Cruz Azul Hidalgo
Full nameClub Deportivo Cruz Azul Hidalgo
Nickname(s)La Maquinita (The Little Machine)
Founded1930; 91 years ago (1930)
GroundEstadio 10 de Diciembre
Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul, Hidalgo, Mexico
Capacity7,761[1]
OwnerCemento Cruz Azul
ChairmanÁlvaro Dávila
ManagerJoaquín Moreno
LeagueLiga Premier - Serie A
2020–211st – Group II (Runner–up)

Club Deportivo Cruz Azul Hidalgo, also known as Cruz Azul Hidalgo, is a professional football club in Mexico who last played in the Liga Premier league of Mexico. Their stadium was the Estadio 10 de Diciembre located in Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul (previously name the town of Jasso) in Hidalgo and was the affiliate team of Cruz Azul. The team dissolved in 2014 after Zacatepec 1948 bought their spot to remain in Ascenso MX.[2] But has a team in the Liga Premier de Ascenso, replace Cruz Azul Jasso.

History

This filial team began participating in the Apertura 2006 tournament at Shoal Zone Second Division, under the name of Cruz Azul Hidalgo. Changed its name to Cruz Azul Jasso due to change of venue of the now defunct Cruz Azul Hidalgo Oaxaca to the entity, who took the name of Cruz Azul Hidalgo. Cruz Azul Jasso was champion of the Second Division in the 2007 Clausura tournament.

Stadium

The Estadio 10 de Diciembre was created for Cruz Azul until they moved to Mexico City leaving it without a team. Cruz Azul Jasso then started playing there. The stadium can hold 17,000 comfortably and the stands offer some good shade.

Current squad

As of January 31, 2021[3]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
81 GK Mexico MEX Julio Galindo
82 GK Mexico MEX Luis Macías
83 GK Mexico MEX Alejandro Peláez
84 DF Mexico MEX Juan Cruz
85 DF Mexico MEX Jesús López
86 DF Mexico MEX Eduardo Cedillo
87 DF Mexico MEX Josué Reyes
88 DF Mexico MEX José Lozada
89 DF Mexico MEX Pablo Guzmán
90 DF Mexico MEX Antonio Sánchez
91 MF Mexico MEX Carlos Campos
92 FW Mexico MEX José Espinoza
94 MF Mexico MEX Héctor González
96 MF Mexico MEX Sergio González
No. Pos. Nation Player
97 MF Panama PAN Ángel Orelién
98 MF Mexico MEX Víctor Zúñiga
99 FW Mexico MEX Erick Bustos
100 MF Mexico MEX Kevyn Montaño
101 FW Mexico MEX Brian Martínez
102 MF Mexico MEX José Juan Guillén
103 FW Mexico MEX Carlos Aguilar
104 MF Mexico MEX Ángel Espinoza
105 MF Mexico MEX Jesús Martínez
106 MF Mexico MEX Diego Álvarez
107 MF Mexico MEX Carlos Magallón
108 FW Mexico MEX Arturo Sánchez
109 GK Mexico MEX Emilio Von Hauke

Club Honours

1994–95
Clausura 2007
Apertura 2013

References

  1. ^ "Estadio 10 de diciembre" (in Spanish). Liga BBVA. Retrieved 11 April 2021.
  2. ^ http://www.mediotiempo.com/futbol/mexico/noticias/2014/05/19/desaparecera-cruz-azul-hidalgo-jasso-el-nuevo-semillero
  3. ^ "Cruz Azul Hidalgo". Liga BBVA MX. Retrieved 18 September 2020.

"Exclusiva: Cruz Azul Hidalgo Desaparece Para Convertirse En Zacatepec." Goal.com. Goal, 15 May 2014. Web. 15 May 2014.