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Hilda Ordoñez

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Personal information
Full name Hilda Ordóñez Andrade
Date of birth (1973-09-21)21 September 1973
Place of birth Warnes, Santa Cruz
Teams managed
Years Team
2008–2012 Asociación Cruceña
2013 Sport Boys Warnes

Hilda Andrade Ordóñez (born 21 September 1973 in Warnes, Santa Cruz[1]) is a female Bolivian football manager.

Coaching career

Ordóñez started her coaching career 2008 with the Cruceña Football Association.[2] On 9 December 2013 was appointed as manager of Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano club Sport Boys Warnes.[3] She was the first and only Bolivian female manager in the men's league.[4] Ordóñez gained only a draw and won a single point with the club, before she resigned as coach.[5] The club named the former Argentine player Néstor Clausen as a replacement for Ordoñez on 27 December 2013.[6]

Personal life

She worked for the job as Head coach of Sport Boys Warnes as teacher for Physics on the Warnes, Santa Cruz de la Sierra based colegio Walter Asillas Bernal de Warnes.[7] Ordóñez returned to the job as teacher after her release by Sport Boys Warnes.[8]


  1. ^ Bolivianas contra la hegemonía masculina en el fútbol - Página Siete
  2. ^ Hilda Ordóñez, una DT con vocación 'bien ofensiva' - El Telégrafo
  3. ^ Hilda Ordoñez at Soccerway
  4. ^ "Hilda Ordóñez: De dirigente a entrenadora en Sport Boys" (in Spanish). boliviaentusmanos.com. 9 December 2013. Retrieved 22 December 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ Clausen es el nuevo técnico de Sport Boys - La Patria
  6. ^ In Bolivia's top division, expect the unexpected
  7. ^ Una mujer dirige por primera vez a un equipo profesional
  8. ^ Hilda Ordóñez se convirtió en la primera mujer en dirigir un club profesional en Bolivia
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