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Gallos Hidrocálidos de Aguascalientes

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Gallos Hidrocálidos de Aguascalientes
Full nameClub de Fútbol Gallos Hidrocálidos de Aguascalientes
Nickname(s)Gallos
Founded1992; 29 years ago (1992)
Dissolved2002 (10 years)
GroundCampo Uribe Valencia
Zacoalco de Torres, Jalisco, Mexico
Capacity1,000
LeagueTercera División de México - Group X
Apertura 2017Preseason

Club de Fútbol Gallos Hidrocálidos de Aguascalientes was a football club from Aguascalientes, Mexico.

History

The club was founded in 1994, when Jose Carmelo Gonzalez,[1] bought a second division franchise which he relocated to Aguascalientes where there was no professional football club.[2]

The club played its last tournament in 2000-2001 when the Governor of Aguascalientes bought first division club Necaxa, with its national following, and relocated it from Mexico City. Gallos de Aguascalientes was then sold to Chivas, which changed its name to F.C. Tapatio de Guadalajara, affiliated to Chivas.[2]

In 2012 the team was refounded to participate in the Third Division, in 2014 it stopped participating in the league, however, between 2015 and 2019 its registration was used by the clubs Tamasopo F.C., Lobos de Zacoalco and Autlán F.C.

Honors

Primera Division "A": 1

2000

Segunda División de México: 1

1998

References

  1. ^ "Desfalco a los Gallos" [Embezzlement in the Roosters] (in Spanish). Imagen. 19 June 1999. Archived from the original on 21 February 2013.
  2. ^ a b García Esparza, Karla Lizbeth (31 July 2012). "Desmienten Regreso de los Gallos de Aguascalientes al Futbol Profesional" [Roosters of Aguascalientes denied a return to professional football] (in Spanish). Pagina 24.[permanent dead link]

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