Everton de Viña del Mar Tryouts

Everton de Viña del Mar is a Chilean fútbol club based in Viña del Mar, Chile. The club currently plays in the Chilean Primera División, the country’s highest level of professional club fútbol.

Everton de Viña del Mar

Everton Youth Development System

El Oro y Cielo continues to seek to strengthen our different branches of Professional Soccer for both Men and Women and for this we have had our school where we prepare tactics and sports rigor in the best way, thanks to specialized training planned by the coaching staff of our categories.

Furthermore, our academy is the only one with a projection for the professional categories of Gold and Sky, where all students have the same possibilities and are constantly in training with the different categories so that they learn about the model that is worked on and that it takes to be part of Everton, all this motivated by an arduous but healthy competition.

Our work and teaching methodology is adapted to the needs, aptitudes and abilities. This aims to teach the technical and tactical fundamentals for the development of abilities, skills and competencies for soccer. In addition, contribute to personal development through the promotion of values ​​and social skills. All this with the possibility of projecting it to the Club’s first team.


Ricardo Luis de Oliveira [email protected] Contact Secretary
School +56962762298


  • AGE: 4 to 15 years
  • SCHEDULES: Wednesday and Friday, 4:45 p.m
  • LOCATION: Everton Sports Center
  • ADDRESS: Av.Germany, s/n, Reñaca Alto, Viña del Mar

Those interested in being part of the Everton Boys and Girls School must complete the registration form . The monthly payment is made at the beginning of the month and via transfer to the Club account. The proof must be sent to [email protected] , [email protected] and [email protected] with the subject “Monthly Payment + Month + Name of the Student + Escuela CDE NIÑOS”.

For any questions, queries or registration, contact Ricardo Oliveira, in charge of the Everton Schools, at [email protected]  or the Secretary of Schools at +56962762298.  

Everton Affiliated Schools

At Oro y Cielo we know that talent can hide anywhere, which is why we have our different Everton schools throughout our country and even outside of it.

All these official schools are under the protection of our institution and each one has professionals specialized in getting the most out of our future promises that continue in the “youth football” project.

In addition to training, our schools can also show their skills in the different tournaments that are held, also highlighting that by belonging to Everton de Viña del Mar, they can actively participate in player tests to climb as high as possible.

Each of our schools responsibly follows our values ​​and the model that we have implemented over time, where we not only train good players, but also have the commitment and mission to actively educate each one of those who participate in our academies.

Finally, we highlight the closeness of our institution with the different official schools, where they follow the same work methodology in each of them and this is complemented in addition to sports with tests, with the education part with talks and training for better management. from the same.


Encargado Williams Aros Dirección Arancibia #1561, Complejo Fútbol Plaza, Quillota Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Miércoles 17:00 a 19:00 hrs. Viernes 17:00 a 19:00 hrs. 


Encargado Rubén Maturana Dirección Alcalde Hugo Quinteros #14, Sector Lo Narvaez, Olmué Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Martes 17:00 a 19:00 hrs. Viernes 17:00 a 19:00 hrs. 


Encargado Manuel Campos Dirección Centenario #1750, El Belloto, Quilpué Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 12:00 a 14:00 hrs.


Encargado Francisco Simpson Dirección Alcalde Subercaseux #1894B, Quilpué Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Viernes 18:00 a 19:30 hrs. Sábado 09:30 a 11:00 hrs. 


Encargado Ignacio Vivanco Dirección Calle Amapolas, Paradero #3, Santa Julia Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 10:00 a 12:00 hrs. Domingo 10:00 a 12:00 hrs.


Encargado Héctor Aros Dirección Diecinueve poniente c/ dos sur, 4to Sector, Gómez Carreño Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Domingo 10:00 a 11:45 hrs. 


Encargado Pablo Ramírez Dirección Estadio de Placilla, Complejo Santa Laura, Curauma, Valparaíso Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Lunes 18:00 a 20:30 hrs. Miércoles 18:00 a 20:30 hrs. Sábado 


Encargado Francisco Fajardo Dirección Los Espinos #166, Rocas de Santo Domingo Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Domingo 10:00 a 13:00 hrs. 


Encargado Héctor Aros Dirección Camino Ritoque s/n, Sitio 9, Quintero Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 10:00 a 11:45 hrs. 


Encargado Christian Suazo Dirección General Arriagada #259, Complejo ACHS, La Florida Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Domingo 12:00 a 13:30 hrs. 


Encargado Francisco Castillo Dirección Cuatro Poniente Sur #2020, Maipú Correo Electrónico escuelaoficial.evertonmaipú@gmail.com Entrenamientos Sábado 10:30 a 12:00 hrs. 


Encargado Carlos Barra Dirección Lo Marcoleta #201, esquina Santa Luisa, Quilicura Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 09:30 a 13:30 hrs.


Encargado Victor Bonfort Dirección Los Libertadores #6788, Huechuraba, Santiago Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 14:00 hrs. Domingo 10:00 hrs. 


Encargado Cristina Acuña Dirección La Recoba #10967, La Pintana, Santiago Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Domingo 10:00 a 12:00 hrs. 


Encargado Nicolás Vergara Dirección Complejo San Damián, s/n, Rancagua Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Miércoles 18:30 a 20:00 hrs. Sábado 10:00 a 11:30 hrs.


Encargado Bastián Stuardo Dirección Los Castaños #325, Chiguayante Correo Electrónico [email protected] Jueves 18:00 a 19:15 hrs. Sábado 14:00 a 15:15 hrs.


Encargado Alexis Rojas Dirección Sin información Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Viernes 17:00 a 19:00 hrs. Sábado 10:00 a 12:00 hrs.


Encargado Rolf Werner Dirección Obispo Juan González s/n, Población Alto La Paloma, Holandesas Club, Puerto Montt Correo Electrónico [email protected] Entrenamientos Sábado 12:00 a 14:00 hrs. Domingo 11:00 a 12:00 hrs.

Everton de Viña del Mar Recruitment Trials

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Everton de Viña del Mar History

Everton Football Club was founded on June 24, 1909 in Cerro Alegre, Valparaiso, by a group of English immigrants led by David Foxley. The club’s first match was played on that day. The choice to choose this name continues to be a conundrum in spite of the many competing theories that have been proposed to explain it.

The widely held belief is that this was chosen in remembrance of the Liverpool club by the same name, which was traveling through Argentina at the time this decision was made. According to yet another theory, the name of a type of toffee that was popular at the time.

The organization’s first president was Francisco Boundy, and David Foxley was appointed honorary chairman of the board of directors. Everton de Via del Mar was selected as the new moniker for the club in the year 1950. In the first match, which was played against Graphie FC, the starting lineup was as follows: Arturo Foxley in goal, Percy Holmes and Francisco Boundy on defense, Alberto González, Hugo Boundy, and Carlos González in midfield, and J. Escobar, A. Aravena, David Foxley, V. Estay, and Malcolm Fraser up front. Track and field, human swimming, badminton, rugby, gymnastics, basketball, and football were among the most major sports that the club originally focused on.

The club’s original concentration was on a range of sports. Everton made its first appearance in a championship competition in 1912, which was the Liga de Valparaso amateur tournament. Everton’s first league championship was won in 1950 under the direction of Argentine coach Martn Garca. On January 14, 1951, they defeated Unión Espaola in a play-off match away from their stadium and won 1-0. At the Estadio Nacional de Chile, where there were 45,000 spectators, René Melendez was the one who scored the game’s only goal.

Everton finished the league season in 1951 five points behind Audax Italiano, which placed them in fourth place overall. The next year, Everton won the Primera División after beating Audax Italiano at home by a score of 4-0 and clinching their spot with two weeks left in the season.

On the team that ended up winning the championship, the players who stood out the most were José Mara Lourido, Elas Cid, and René Melendez, who finished the competition as the tournament’s top scorer with 30 goals. During this time period, the most memorable matchup that took place against major South American clubs was a 5-0 home triumph over the Argentine team Independiente of Avellaneda in front of 12,000 spectators at Estadio El Tranque.

The club’s performance started to decline after finishing in third place in 1955, and by the end of the 1950s, Everton’s best finish in the 12-team league was sixth place at best. Everton’s highest finish in 1955 was third place.

After a number of years spent alternating between the top division and the second tier, the team eventually won its third Primera División championship in 1976 under the direction of Pedro Morales, who was the team’s manager at the time. They have accomplished this feat twice, the first time in 1974 and the most recent time in 2003.

Both times, the championship was for the second division. After winning the Primera División title in 1976, the club qualified for the Copa Libertadores for the first time in 1977. Since then, they have competed in the tournament twice. The squad had its best season ever in the Torneo Apertura, but it had its worst season ever in the Torneo Clausura and finished in last place. In 2007, the team finished in 12th position in the Torneo Apertura (21st).

Everton took first place in the Torneo Apertura 2008 after defeating Colo-Colo in the final match of the tournament by a score of 3-2 at Estadio Sausalito. In the first match, which took place away at Estadio Monumental, Everton was defeated by a score of 2-0. Everton defeated David Arellano in the second leg of their match 3-0 at the Estadio Sausalito courtesy to goals from Ezequiel Miralles (2) and Jaime Riveros (1). Gonzalo Fierro and Lucas Barrios scored for David Arellano in the first leg.

As a direct consequence of their triumph in the tournament back in 2009, Everton became eligible to compete in the Copa Libertadotes for the second time in the club’s history. On August 4, at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England, the first ever match between Everton de Via del Mar and the team they were named in honor of, Everton, took place. Everton was the team that Everton de Via del Mar was named after. The purpose of the exhibition match, which was played for the Copa Hermandad, or the Brotherhood Trophy as it is called in English, was to bring the two Evertons closer together as a result of the competition. In a victory by a score of 2-0, the original Everton was led by goals scored by Jermaine Beckford and Diniyar Bilyaletdinov.

During that particular season, Everton de Via was placed in the Primera B division instead of the Primera. Two years later, Everton de Via fought in the promotion play-off for Primera B against Universidad de Concepción. On November 18, 2012, Everton de Via won the first leg (which was played at home) by a score of 1-0. As a result of two goals scored by José Luis Muoz and one scored by Yonathan Suazo in the away leg on November 26, 2012, the team was able to secure a victory by the score of 1-3 and earn promotion to the premier division of football in Chile in 2013.

Everton de Viña del Mar Stadium

In Via del Mar, Chile, there is a multi-use stadium called Estadio Sausalito (Sausalito Stadium). It is the home field for CD Everton’s football team and is used for football games almost exclusively at the moment. The stadium, which was erected in 1929 and has a capacity of 22,360 spectators, had a significant refurbishment in the year 2015. The stadium hosted the FIFA U-17 World Cup, as well as the World Cup in 1962 and two Copa Américas (1991 and 2015), both of which took place in the same year.

Estadio Sausalito Everton de Viña del Mar

The name stems from Sausalito, a sister city in California, which in the 1960s renamed its central area Via del Mar.