Club Deportivo Maldonado is a football club from Maldonado, Uruguay. They currently play in the Uruguayan Primera División, the country’s highest level of professional club football.
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Deportivo Maldonado History
The Association of Civil Citizens The “Civil Association” that goes by the name Club Deportivo Maldonado is a social and sporting organization in the country of Uruguay that has its headquarters in the city of Maldonado. Batacazo was the name given to the company when it was established on August 25th, 1928. The stripes on his shirt are vertical and alternating green and red.
An meeting was convened on June 27, 1932, during which it was resolved to alter the name of the organization to Club Deportivo Maldonado. The year 1995 marked the beginning of Club Deportivo Maldonado’s career as a professional football team. That year, the club severed its ties with the Interior Football Organization (OFI) and joined the Second Professional Division. At the time, they were the first club in the country’s interior to compete at the professional level.
Following their promotion at the conclusion of the 2019 season from the Uruguayan Segunda División to the Uruguayan Primera División, they were awarded promotion to the Uruguayan Primera División. Club Deportivo Maldonado, SAD have a history of being a Middle Men club used by third-party owners.
This means that top-flight South American clubs will sell players to the team, and then those players will either be immediately sold or loaned to another club, with the player never appearing for Club Deportivo Maldonado. Players such as Allan, Jonathan Calleri, Gerónimo Rulli, Hernán Toledo, Alex Sandro, Marcelo Estigarribia, Willian José, and Iván Piris are examples of notable athletes who have undergone this type of transfer.
Deportivo Maldonado Stadium
Estadio Domingo Burgueño is a multi-use stadium in Maldonado, Uruguay. The majority of the games played there are football matches. The stadium was constructed in 1994 and has a capacity of 22,000 spectators.
It served as a venue for games during the Copa América in 1995, the South American Under-17 Football Championship in 1999, and the South American Youth Championship in 2003.
Additionally, it was the host venue for the Punta Del Este Sevens rugby tournament from 1989 to 2014, and it has continued to do so since 2017. In the Uruguayan Primera División, it is the home of the Deportivo Maldonado soccer club. In addition, Rocha FC and Atenas de San Carlos have both used the stadium as their home field for matches.