Liverpool FC (Montevideo) Trials

Liverpool Fútbol Club is a Uruguayan football club based in Montevideo. The team plays in the Uruguayan Primera División, the top tier first division league in Uruguay.

Liverpool F.C. (Montevideo)

Liverpool FC Montevideo Youth Development System

In 2004, a group of members, fans and sympathizers of Liverpool FC decided to form a football team to compete in the University Sports League, thus giving rise to Liverpool Universitario.

The relationship with the Club was always very close, Liverpool FC always supported this initiative
by providing, for example, a field to play official matches and also providing the clothing to compete.

Liverpool Universitario began to compete in Divisional G in 2004, rising over the years, until reaching the top division in 2019. Today it competes in two categories, Seniors and Pre-Senior.

The objectives of the Institution remain the same from the first day, to create a space
in which young people can practice sports, generate quality human relationships and represent Liverpool FC in a century-old Institution such as the University Sports League with the responsibility that this entails.

Liverpool FC Montevideo Recruitment Trials

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Liverpool FC Montevideo History

The student squad from the Catholic Capuchin school in Nuevo Paris, which first began playing in 1908, is the progenitor of the club that bears its name. The city of Montevideo received the majority of its coal supply from ships that originated in the English port of Liverpool, therefore the club decided to give itself the name of that city.

There were several cultural connections between the two regions. Several teams, including league rivals Montevideo Wanderers, adopted Anglicized versions of their titles. In this case, the club paid respect to the English club Liverpool FC with its new moniker.

Liverpool FC Montevideo Stadium

Estadio Belvedere is a multi-use stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay. At this time, the majority of its use is reserved for football games. The stadium was constructed in 1909 and has a capacity of 10,000 people. The Uruguayan national football team donned its now-iconic light blue jerseys for the very first time on August 15, 1910, when they competed at Estadio Belvedere in a match. The final score was 3–1 in favor of the United States versus Argentina.

Estadio Belvedere
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Additionally, this was the first game in which Argentina played while sporting their now-iconic striped blue and white shirts. The Montevideo Wanderers were the previous owners of the Estadio; however, it has since been purchased by Liverpool FC of Montevideo.