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|Full name||Deportivo CAFESSA|
|Founded||29 August 2015|
|Ground||Unidad Deportiva Mariano Otero,|
Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco, Mexico
|League||Liga TDP – Group X|
|2019-20||7th, (at Serie B) (Tournament abandoned)|
The Deportivo CAFESSA, commonly known as CAFESSA or CAFESSA Tlajomulco, is a Mexican football club based in Guadalajara. The club was founded in 2015, and currently plays in the Liga TDP. Previously, the club maintained another Liga TDP team at Tonalá, Jalisco, in addition, another squad that played in the Liga Premier – Serie B
In June 2019, Deportivo CAFESSA Jalisco was created, before, CAFESSA Tlajomulco served as the main team of the franchise. Subsequently, after the creation of CAFESSA Jalisco, it became the main reserve team of the club, although maintaining its own identity with respect to Jalisco.
- As of December 11, 2020
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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