Club Puebla

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C.D. Veracruz

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Veracruz gave Puebla their first lost in the professional era beating them 5–1.
Among other records the club holds is most relegations (four times) including being relegated in 2008 by its hated rival Puebla who had just been promoted the year before.

1991 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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In 1991, they defeated Police from Trinidad and Tobago for their first CONCACAF championship.
Puebla F.C. from Mexico won the final, its first CONCACAF championship.

Liga MX

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Club Puebla, formerly Puebla F.C. is a Mexican professional football club based in the city of Puebla, competing in the Liga MX.

España de Puebla

The club would not see action for 8 years, until 1915 when the First Puebla F.C who later became España de Puebla, that club was founded by the Spaniards living in Puebla.
History would have it that the club would return and form part of Puebla F.C., the same name the club was founded with in 1915.

Salamanca F.C.

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The team won the Primera A Apertura 2006 tournament beating Salamanca in the final; in the following tournament, Clausura 2007, they were knocked out in the semi-finals by Leon.
In 2006 the club reached its first final in the Primera A only to lose it to Puebla FC in a Penalty shoot out.

Campeón de Campeones

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In the Campeón de Campeones puebla lost to the Tamaulipan club Jaibos Tampico Madero just like they had in 1944.
To date this has only occurred on five occasions (León in 1949, Cruz Azul in 1969, Guadalajara in 1970, Puebla in 1990 and Necaxa in 1995).

Club León

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The team won the Primera A Apertura 2006 tournament beating Salamanca in the final; in the following tournament, Clausura 2007, they were knocked out in the semi-finals by Leon. In the 1992-1993 season, the team ended as runner up, as they lost the league title final 2-0 against Leon in overtime.
That season was increased to be 14 teams, the León dominated the tournament like CD Oro, Antonio López Herranz was the coach that players like Carbajal, Bravo, Marinilla from scissors, Marcos Aurelio and Jorge Marik got the best streak in club history after defeat Atlas booting from day 3 to 21, would remain undefeated with 12 wins and 7 draws to lose their 1–0 streak against Tampico, and two end dates were suspended Mari, Aurelio Marinilla and causing a drop tying Zacatepec and lost with Puebla, prompting Oro closure had three wins and a draw in the lead reached them both with 37 points, and forced to play a game more to define the title between them.

Muricy Ramalho

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In this tournament the Brazilian player Muricy Ramalho joined the club and scored 7 goals, becoming a player that would go down in history with the club.
Ramalho started his head coaching career as the head coach of Mexican club Puebla.

C.D. Oro

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At semi-finals Puebla faced one of the best clubs in that tournament, Deportivo Oro.
CD Oro was finally invited to take part of the 1944–45 tournament along with Puebla FC and Club León, both teams had been taking part in other amateur leagues in Mexico.

Tigres UANL

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In that final Puebla faced UANL.
In 1990, Tigres lost the finals of the 1989–90 Copa Mexico against Puebla.

Leones Negros UdeG

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The team won a third Copa Mexico on the 1987–88 season, and in the 1989–90 season, they won both their fourth Copa Mexico and their second league title after beating Universidad de Guadalajara.
Despite winning the match against Cruz Azul 2–0, relegation rivals Puebla managed to obtain a 2–2 tie, thus giving them more percentage in the relegation table.

Manuel Lapuente

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At the start of the 1982 league championship, the few who believed Puebla could win included new coach Manuel Lapuente.
At the club level, he has coached Puebla F.C., Necaxa and Club América to Mexican league titles.

C.D. Guadalajara

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Their first league title came in the 1982–83 season after defeating Guadalajara on penalty kicks.
The team reached the finals for the first time since the playoff format was introduced in the '70s, where they would go on to lose to Puebla F.C. in a penalty shootout.

Arturo Álvarez (footballer, born 1959)

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The starting line up included Pablo Larios as goalkeeper, Arturo Álvarez, Eduardo Fuentes, Roberto Ruiz Esparza, and Arturo "Mango" Orozco as defenders; Marcelino Bernal, José Manuel de la Torre, Jorge Aravena y Javier "Chícharo" Hernández as midfielders, and Carlos Poblete, alongside Julio César Romero forwards With Manuel Lapuente as head coach.
Arturo Álvarez Perea (born October 18, 1959) was a Mexican first division player, who played most of his career with Puebla F.C. where he appeared in 346 first division games besides the Copa México and international appearances and also won the 1982–83 and 1989–90 first division titles.

Copa MX

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In the 1944–45 season, they won their first official tournament, the Copa Mexico (nowadays known as Copa MX).

Monarcas Morelia

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Carlos also holds the record of most goals scored in one game in the history of the short tournaments, scoring 4 goals against Tecos in 1996 and 4 goals against Morelia in 1998.
After the 1956–1957 season, in which they ended up in second place, they were officially promoted into the Primera División to replace Puebla.

Eladio Vaschetto

The Argentinian forward scored Eladio Vaschetto Puebla's first goal in the professional league era.
He played with Club Atlético River Plate, Colo Colo and Puebla FC in Mexico.

Pirri

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Benito Cucula, Carlos Gómez, Ignacio Ramirez (1 Goal), Juan Carlos Contreras, Jorge Saenz, Angel Ramos (2 goals), José Martínez Pirri (9 goals), Gustavo Béltran (5 goals), Juan
In 1980, Pirri signed for Mexican Liga MX side Puebla FC.

Tecos F.C.

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Carlos also holds the record of most goals scored in one game in the history of the short tournaments, scoring 4 goals against Tecos in 1996 and 4 goals against Morelia in 1998. Their first opponent was UAG in the quarter-finals.
The club played its first Primera División Mexicana match on September 3, 1975 against Puebla F.C., a match which the club went on to lose 2-3.

Luis Miguel Noriega

José Luis Sánchez Solá had previously worked with the club's inferior division, with players such as Juan Carlos García, Sergio Rosas, Sergio Pérez, Rodrigo Salinas, Luis Miguel Noriega and the goalkeeper Jorge Villalpando, who he brought up to the first team and were crucial players that year.
Luis Miguel Noriega Orozco (born April 17, 1985) is a Mexican footballer who currently plays for Puebla in Liga MX.

Puebla (city)

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Club Puebla, formerly Puebla F.C. is a Mexican professional football club based in the city of Puebla, competing in the Liga MX.
Puebla has two professional football teams, Puebla F.C. and Lobos de la BUAP.

C.F. Monterrey

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The team played worse, and in the last round, they tied against Monterrey and were relegated to the second division for the second time since 1964 when the club was formed.
In 1999, Monterrey was facing a fierce relegation battle of its own against Puebla, culminating on May 9, 1999, when the teams faced each other at the Estadio Tecnologico to decide which team would get relegated.

Roberto Ruiz Esparza

The starting line up included Pablo Larios as goalkeeper, Arturo Álvarez, Eduardo Fuentes, Roberto Ruiz Esparza, and Arturo "Mango" Orozco as defenders; Marcelino Bernal, José Manuel de la Torre, Jorge Aravena y Javier "Chícharo" Hernández as midfielders, and Carlos Poblete, alongside Julio César Romero forwards With Manuel Lapuente as head coach.
His debut was on May 8, 1984 in a match against Monterrey (Puebla 5 Monterrey 3 ) he played for his home team Puebla FC for more than 15 years.

Tampico Madero F.C.

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In the Campeón de Campeones puebla lost to the Tamaulipan club Jaibos Tampico Madero just like they had in 1944.
The club would go on to win the title Campeón de Campeones after defeating Puebla who had won that year's Copa México with a score of 3–0.

Real Club España

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The first lost in the league was to Real Club España, losing 2–1 in Mexico City.
After the professionalisation of football, España won another 2 major titles, the 1943–44 Cup where they beat Atlante 6–2 in the final, and the league in 1944–45 ahead of Puebla F.C. under manager Rodolfo Muñoz.