C.S.D. Municipal

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Club Social y Deportivo Municipal, also known as Municipal or Los Rojos (the Reds), is a Guatemalan football club based in Guatemala City.wikipedia
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Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala

Guatemala's top divisionLiga NacionalGuatemala
They compete in the Liga Nacional, the top division in the nation, and play their home matches at the Estadio Manuel F. Carrera.
Comunicaciones and C.S.D. Municipal, both with 30 national titles, are the most successful clubs in the league to date.

Comunicaciones F.C.

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Municipal is the most popular football club in Guatemala and are traditional arch-rivals of Comunicaciones, who are also based in Guatemala City. Throughout the years, Municipal has used the Estadio Mateo Flores as their home ground, sharing it with Comunicaciones since the 1950s until 1991, and again starting in 2005.
Their historic arch-rival is Municipal and the two clubs compete in the Classico Chapin one of the greatest rivalries in Guatemalan football.

Carlos Humberto Toledo

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During the 1940s and early 1950s, Municipal's most iconic player was the forward Carlos "Pepino" Toledo, who wore the red shirt throughout his career.
Carlos Humberto "Pepino" Toledo (10 August 1919 - 13 April 1980) was a Guatemalan football forward and coach who played the entirety of his professional career for CSD Municipal and was a member of the Guatemala national team.

Aurora F.C.

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Another rivalry developed with a third Guatemala City club, Aurora, which also won three titles during this time.
Once one of the most powerful teams in the country and a traditional rival of fellow local teams Municipal and Comunicaciones, the team has now been relegated to a lower division, although they remain the third-most successful team in Guatemalan football.

Alberto López Oliva

López Oliva
He managed a group of players that included defender Alberto López Oliva, midfielders Benjamín Monterroso and José Emilio "Pepe" Mitrovich, and forward Julio César Anderson.
He played the entirety of his career for CSD Municipal in the Guatemalan top division, and was a part of the squad that won the 1974 CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

Julio César Anderson

He managed a group of players that included defender Alberto López Oliva, midfielders Benjamín Monterroso and José Emilio "Pepe" Mitrovich, and forward Julio César Anderson.
Julio César " El Morocho " Anderson Quiroga (born 27 November 1947) is a Guatemalan former professional football striker who played the majority of his career for CSD Municipal, being part of the squad that won the 1974 CONCACAF Champions' Cup and becoming at the time the club's highest ever goalscorer.

Guatemala City

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Club Social y Deportivo Municipal, also known as Municipal or Los Rojos (the Reds), is a Guatemalan football club based in Guatemala City.
Football is the most popular sport, with CSD Municipal, Aurora FC and Comunicaciones being the main clubs.

Benjamín Monterroso

Mincho" Monterroso
He managed a group of players that included defender Alberto López Oliva, midfielders Benjamín Monterroso and José Emilio "Pepe" Mitrovich, and forward Julio César Anderson.
Benjamín Eduardo ("Mincho") Monterroso Díaz (born January 1, 1952 ) is a Guatemalan football coach and former midfielder who spent the majority of his playing career at the local club CSD Municipal, and is also a former player and manager of the Guatemala national team.

Mario Camposeco

That squad featured Toledo, Mario Camposeco, and goalkeeper José Pedro "Tarzán" Segura.
In 1942 he was called as a reinforcement for CSD Municipal by coach Manuel Felipe Carrera to play against Atlante F.C. of Mexico, and in 1943 he was first capped with the Guatemala national team.

Tipografía Nacional

Tipografia Nacional
They won three of the following six tournaments, the other three being won by Tipografía Nacional, whom which they had their first known rivalry.
After Municipal won the first Liga Mayor championship in 1942, Tipografía won back-to-back titles in the 1943 and 1944–45 tournaments, being undefeated during the former, collecting eight wins and two draws.

Copa Interamericana

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The Rojos then went on to play the Copa Interamericana against Argentina's "red team", Independiente.
Independiente would become the only club to win the competition three times in a row, from 1972 to 1974, after seeing off Honduran club Olimpia, Guatemalan club Municipal and Mexican side Atlético Español, the last two after a penalty shoot-out.

2004 UNCAF Interclub Cup

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Champions (4) : 1974, 1977, 2001, 2004
C.S.D. Municipal from Guatemala, lifted its 4th title.

Juan Carlos Plata

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Juan Carlos Plata is the team's all-time top goalscorer in league matches and overall.
Plata played all of his professional club career for CSD Municipal and is also the all-time top goalscorer for that club; he has broken virtually every scoring record associated with professional football in Guatemala.

1977 Copa Fraternidad

1977
Champions (4) : 1974, 1977, 2001, 2004
Guatemalan side C.S.D. Municipal conquered its 2nd title.

1974 Copa Fraternidad

1974
Champions (4) : 1974, 1977, 2001, 2004
C.S.D. Municipal won the tournament.

Estadio Doroteo Guamuch Flores

Mateo FloresEstadio Mateo FloresGuatemala City
Throughout the years, Municipal has used the Estadio Mateo Flores as their home ground, sharing it with Comunicaciones since the 1950s until 1991, and again starting in 2005.
Used mostly for football (soccer) matches, the stadium has hosted the majority of the home matches of the Guatemala national football team throughout its history, and is the home of local football club Municipal (Los Rojos). The venue is operated by the Confederación Deportiva Autónoma de Guatemala (CDAG).

Rubén Amorín

In 1973, Uruguayan coach Rubén Amorín arrived at Municipal.
He has spent the majority of his coaching career in Guatemala, where he won a record eight national titles with three clubs from 1964 to 1992, and took Municipal to win the CONCACAF championship in 1974, the only time a Guatemalan club has won that title.

Club Atlético Independiente

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The Rojos then went on to play the Copa Interamericana against Argentina's "red team", Independiente.
The club also obtained three times in a row the Interamerican Cup; in 1973, 1974 and 1976 defeating Club Deportivo Olimpia, CSD Municipal and Atlético Español respectively, going through the penalty shootout in 1974 and 1976.

UNCAF Interclub Cup

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They also added third and fourth Central American titles by winning the Copa Interclubes UNCAF in 2001 and 2004.

Rónald Gómez

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🇨🇷 Rónald Gómez (1998–99)
He has played in 6 different countries: in Spain with Sporting Gijón and Hercules of Alicante, in Guatemala with Municipal, in Greece with OFI Crete, in Kuwait with Al Qadsia, in Mexico with Irapuato and in Cyprus with APOEL where he won the Cypriot First Division.

2001 UNCAF Interclub Cup

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Champions (4) : 1974, 1977, 2001, 2004
The 2001 UNCAF Interclub Cup served as qualification to the 2002 CONCACAF Champions' Cup; it also defined C.S.D. Municipal as the Central American champion of the season.

Miguel Ángel Brindisi

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1987 was the year that Argentine coach Miguel Ángel Brindisi arrived in Guatemala City.
Brindisi made his debut as a head coach with Club Alumni de Villa María in 1986 his next club was CSD Municipal of Guatemala, which he led to the Liga Nacional de Guatemala title in 1987 and 1988.

Carlos Ruiz (Guatemalan footballer)

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🇬🇹 Carlos Ruiz (FW), (1997–2001), (2014–2016)
A product of CSD Municipal's youth academy, Ruiz has played for five MLS clubs (Los Angeles Galaxy, FC Dallas, Toronto FC, Philadelphia Union, and D.C. United), scoring 88 goals in 182 MLS regular-season matches and 16 goals in the post-season, which is the record for the most post-season goals in MLS history.

Enzo Trossero

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In 2000, after the league's competition format was changed to two yearly tournaments on the Apertura and Clausura fashion, Municipal won the title again after Comunicaciones had set a record by winning the previous four; Municipal surpassed that record in 2006 when they won the 2006 Apertura tournament, their fifth consecutive title, under coach Enzo Trossero.
He coached in Guatemala with CSD Municipal and won the UNCAF Club Tournament and a record 5 straight league championships.

Copa de Guatemala

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Copa de Guatemala and predecessors