Deportivo Municipal

Fixtures

Peru Copa Bicentenario 53' 4 Atletico Grau v Deportivo Municipal - 0-0

Results

Peru Copa Bicentenario 06/10 23:30 5 Deportivo Municipal v Academia Deportiva Cantolao W 1-0
Peru - Primera Division 05/23 20:30 9 [1] CD Universidad San Martin v Deportivo Municipal [7] L 1-0
Peru - Primera Division 05/15 18:15 8 [7] Deportivo Municipal v Cusco FC [8] D 1-1
Peru - Primera Division 05/10 18:00 7 [9] Deportivo Municipal v Alianza Universidad [4] W 1-0
Peru - Primera Division 04/30 23:00 6 [6] Sport Boys v Deportivo Municipal [7] L 3-1
Peru - Primera Division 04/25 20:00 6 Sport Boys v Deportivo Municipal - PPT.
Peru - Primera Division 04/23 20:30 5 [9] Deportivo Municipal v Deportivo Binacional [7] W 2-1
Peru - Primera Division 04/13 23:00 4 [1] Sporting Cristal v Deportivo Municipal [9] L 3-1
Peru - Primera Division 04/06 20:30 2 [6] Alianza Lima v Deportivo Municipal [8] L 1-0
Peru - Primera Division 03/29 23:00 3 [8] Deportivo Municipal v Cesar Vallejo [4] L 0-4
Peru - Primera Division 03/12 18:15 1 [8] Deportivo Municipal v Sport Huancayo [9] L 0-1
Peru - Primera Division 11/30 16:00 9 [6] FBC Melgar v Deportivo Municipal [8] L 3-2

Statistici

 TotalGazdeOaspeti
Matches played 33 17 16
Wins 8 3 5
Draws 10 6 4
Losses 15 8 7
Goals for 32 13 19
Goals against 50 28 22
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 10 7 3

Wikipedia - Deportivo Municipal

Club Centro Deportivo Municipal, commonly known as Deportivo Municipal, is a Peruvian football club based in Lima, Peru. They are among Peru's most recognizable clubs and enjoy considerable popularity. The bulk of their success was won a few years after the club was founded in 1935. The club was a top-flight contender during this period and won four Primera División titles. The club suffered relegation three times in their history: 1967, 2000, and 2007. They have also been champions of the Segunda División on three occasions: 1968, 2006, and 2014, granting them promotion to the first division. In 2014, they won the Segunda División and they currently compete in the Primera División Peruana.

Deportivo Municipal was one of the first Peruvian clubs to participate in a South American international football competition. In 1948, they were invited to the South American Championship of Champions and finished fourth where clubs from seven of the then nine CONMEBOL football associations that participated.