Audax Italiano Tryouts
Audax Italiano is a Chilean fútbol club based in La Florida., Chile. The club currently plays in the Chilean Primera División, the country’s highest level of professional club fútbol.
Audax Italiano Youth Development System
The Official Football School of Audax Italiano is directed by Professor Augusto Gangas and the members of the Audax Italiano Youth Football Technical Corps participate in it, impregnating classes with greater demand and rigor.
Being part of the Audax Italiano Official Soccer School is the first step to fulfilling your dream of being a soccer player:
- 2 weekly classes lasting 90 minutes
- La Florida Bicentennial Stadium and Cordep facilities.
- Complete Official Audax School Uniform.
- 1 official Audax Italiano Youth Football coach per category.
- Exclusive tests in Audax Italiano Youth Soccer.
- Activities with First Team Audax Italiano squad.
- Annual parade in the official match of Audax Italiano that plays at home.
- Discounts at associated stores Audax Italiano.
- Audax Italiano football season ticket.
- Annual calendar of activities.
- 50% discount on tuition for children of teachers, assistants, and trained parents of Patrimony of the Family.
To learn more about registration to the soccer school, please click here.
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Audax Italiano Recruitment Trials
At the time of this writing, there are no official publishings on Audax Italiano trials. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official youth news web page.
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Audax Italiano History
When it was first created on November 30, 1910, by Italian residents of Santiago as Audax Club Ciclista Italiano in the hat shop owned by Alberto Caffi, the club’s primary focus was on cycling as its primary activity. The year 1917 marked the beginning of the club’s participation in football, which at the time was rapidly gaining popularity in Santiago.
The name of the club was changed to Audax Club Sportivo Italiano in 1922, as the sport of football became increasingly well-liked among Audax’s supporters. In January 2007, the club transitioned into the status of a limited liability corporation and changed its name to Audax Italiano La Florida. By doing so, it incorporated the name of the comuna in where it has historically been located.
The team has always been a dominant force in Chilean football, but prior to their participation in the Copa Libertadores in 2007, they had never been able to take part in any big international competition. This changed when they qualified for the tournament. Due to the fact that it was founded by immigrants, it has a unique rivalry with the other immigrant clubs, such as Unión Espaola (which was founded by Spaniards) and Palestino (founded by Palestinian Arabs).
Audax Italiano Stadium
The Estadio Bicentenario Municipal de La Florida is a multi-use stadium that can be found in the neighborhood of La Florida, which is located in the eastern part of Santiago, Chile. It serves as the home stadium for the Chilean football team Audax Italiano. The stadium first opened in 1986 and underwent a renovation in 2008.
The stadium plays host to a wide range of events, such as theater festivals and music concerts throughout the year, such as the KISS performance that took place in early 2009. As part of their The Second Coming Tour, Faith No More played a show at the stadium on October 30, 2009. The event took place in 2009. In addition, the theater has played host to live performances by artists such as System of a Down, Primus, Rage Against the Machine, The Mars Volta, The Black Eyed Peas, Green Day, and Rammstein, amongst others.
After more than 30,000 people signed an online petition requesting that the band cease their tour in Chile, the concert for Faith No More’s The Second Coming Tour was also held there. Faith No More played there despite the petition. In 2007, the city of La Florida was selected to serve as the location of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in 2008. In order to fulfill the conditions set forth by FIFA, the previous stadium was torn down and a brand-new one was built in its place. The number of people who could fit into the latter was increased from 7,000 to 12,000. The brand-new stadium had its grand opening on November 12, 2008, and it was a success.