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Venados de Yucatán

Atlético Yucatán
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Full name Club Deportivo Atlético Yucatán, A.C.
Nickname(s) Venados (the Bucks),
Ciervos (Deers),
Astados (Horned)
Founded 1988
Dissolved 1999
Ground Estadio Carlos Iturralde,
Mérida, Yucatán, México
Ground Capacity 24,050
Home colours
Away colours

Atlético Yucatán was a Mexican football club based in Mérida, Yucatán, México. The club played in the Primera A for most of their existence.

History

The club was founded in 1988 the same year it joined the Segunda División Profesional. In their first years in 1988-89, the club would reach the finals against Potros Neza. The clubs tied in the first two games 2-2. Neza would come out with a 3-0 victory in the third match.

In 1998 the club reached the final against Chivas Tijuana, where the club won 1-0 in Mérida. In 1999, the club played their promotion match against Unión de Curtidores but lost 7-1.

Club Honors

  • Primera división 'A' Mexicana: 1
1998
Runner-up (1): 1988-89


External links

  • Clubs stats
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