Unión de Santa Fe Tryouts

Club Atlético Unión mostly known as Unión de Santa Fe, is a sports club from Santa Fe, the capital city of the Santa Fe Province, in Argentina. The club competes in the Argentine Primera División, the top flight of Argentine football.

Unión de Santa Fe Youth Development System

Unión de Santa Fe Players House

The Club Atlético Unión pension, better known as “La Casa del Player” is located under the south stalls of the 15 de Abril Stadium and has nine rooms where, on average, 40 footballers live together.

In addition to the players, Jorge and María Pesci live in La Casa, a couple from Cordoba who are mainly in charge of cooking. They are joined by Carla Fessia, kitchen assistant.

The working group is completed by the team of nutritionists led by Silvia Fredes, the social worker Stella Maris Quiroz, the psychologist César Palmieri and the team of medical professionals led by Eduardo Wagner.

All this under the supervision of the General Coordination of Amateur Football.
The House of the Player has all the comforts which positions it as one of the best in the country.

Unión de Santa Fe Football School

We seek as main objectives the recreation and training of children through sport, from 4 to 13 years old using football as a means of teaching.

For boys between 4 and 13 years old.

Complete registration form with personal data, registration payment and daily fee.
Bring shoes without plugs for practices and for the care of the auxiliary court.

In charge:
Juan Carlos Cíceri and Juan Gaitano

Leonardo Aguilar

spot Super Manuel Corral Auxiliary Court (clubhouse).

$ 000 (with the delivery of Union shirt + Soccer School card)

Fees as of March:
Members: $ 000
Non-members: $ 000

School email: [email protected]

No further information on academy recruitment or trials is available on their official website. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their news section to stay up-to-date.


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Unión de Santa Fe History

Leopoldo Luque, who won the World Cup with Argentina in 1978, and Nery Pumpido, who was the goalie for the national squad that won the World Cup in Mexico in 1986, are two of the most well-known footballers who have ever played for Unión. Santa Fe is home to two of the most successful football clubs in the country: Unión and Colón. One of the toughest and most important rivalries in football in Argentina is called the Clásico Santafesino. This match is held annually. Both in the Amateur Era and the Professional Era, Unión and Colón have competed against one another a total of 142 times, with Unión claiming 47 victories, Colón claiming 43 victories, and 47 games ending in a draw.