• Thursday Aug 20, 2015

    SCCL Game Notes: Santa Tecla vs. Municipal

    Carlos Ruiz (red jersey) and Municipal provide the opposition in Santa Tecla's first-ever Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League game on August 20, 2015. (Photo: Juan Meoño)

    For official CONCACAF Game Notes for this game, click here.

    Santa Tecla FC
    C.S.D. Municipal
    Games Played
    Goals For
    Goals Against
    Referee - Oscar Davila (Nicaragua)
    AR1 - Keytzel Corrales (Nicaragua)
    AR2 - Walter Lopez (Honduras)
    4th - Rodolfo Paiz (Nicaragua)
    Suspended - N/A
    Estadio Las Delicias – Santa Tecla, El Salvador

    Game Notes

    Santa Tecla FC
    Qualification Method: Champion, 2015 Salvadoran Clausura
    Previous SCCL Appearances: 1st ever SCCL appearance
    CONCACAF Club Titles: none
    Best SCCL Finish: n/a
    6th club from El Salvador to qualify for SCCL: Aguila (2012/13); Alianza (2011/12); FAS (2010/11, 2012/13, 2014/15); Isidro Metapan (2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16); Luis Angel Firpo (2008/09, 2009/10, 2013/14)
    All-Time SCCL Record: GP-0; W-0; D-0; L-0; GF-0; GA-0
    All-Time SCCL Away Record: GP-0; W-0; D-0; L-0; GF-0; GA-0
    Prevailed over Isidro Metapan on penalty kicks (3-1), after a 1-1 draw in the 2015 Salvadoran Clausura final (William Maldonado 22’)
    2015 Salvadoran Apertura Record (5th Place): GP-4; W-2; D-0; L-2; GF-7; GA-5
    2015 Salvadoran Apertura Results: 2-0 home win v Juventud Independiente; 2-1 away loss v Dragon; 4-2 home win v Sonsonate; 1-0 away loss v UES
    Club founded in 2007
    Earned promotion to first division for 2012 Apertura ... qualified for playoffs for 1st time in 2014 Apertura after finishing 1st in regular-season standings (reached semifinals, before falling to Isidro Metapan, 2-1 on aggregate)
    C.S.D. Municipal
    2015/16 SCCL Results: 1-0 home loss v Real Salt Lake
    Qualification Method: Runner-up, 2014 Guatemalan Apertura & 2015 Guatemalan Clausura
    SCCL Appearances (6): 2008/09; 2010/11; 2011/12; 2012/13; 2014/15; 2015/16
    CONCACAF Club Titles (1): CONCACAF Champions Cup (1974)
    Best SCCL Finish: Group Stage-4 (2008/09, 2010/11, 2012/13, 2014/15)
    All-Time SCCL Record: GP-23; W-7; D-6; L-10; GF-35; GA-49
    All-Time SCCL Away Record: GP-11; W-3; D-1; L-7; GF-12; GA-27
    1st SCCL match v Salvadoran opposition
    1W-1D-4L in last 6 SCCL away games ... only win during that stretch v Chorrillo FC (2-1) on August 23, 2012 (Luis Rodriguez 70’; Yosimar Arias 87’)
    Conceded at least 1 goal in last 8 SCCL away games
    Scored 1 goal or fewer in 5 of last 6 SCCL away games
    Mauricio Wright, a former Costa Rica international, was named head coach in June 2015, replacing Enzo Trossero ... Wright guided Herediano to the 2014/15 SCCL semifinals
    2015 Guatemalan Apertura Record (6th Place): GP-4; W-2; D-0; L-2; GF-6; GA-5
    2015 Guatemalan Apertura Results: 1-0 away loss v Mictlan; 3-1 home win v Marquense; 1-0 away loss v Coban Imperial; 3-2 home win v Universidad de San Carlos
    All-Time SCCL Scorers: Guillermo Ramirez (9 goals); Mario Acevedo, Marvin Avila, Mario Rodriguez, Carlos Ruiz (3); Carlos Leguizamon, Juan Carlos Plata, Gonzalo Romero (2); Yosimar Arias, Leandro Barrios, Carlos Castillo, Juan Jose Castillo, Diego De Souza, Sergio Guevara, Osmar Lopez, Luis Rodriguez (1)
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