Results

Uruguay - Clausura 12/04 20:00 15 [6] Torque v Club Atletico Progreso [5] L 1-0
Uruguay - Clausura 11/25 19:30 14 [4] Club Atletico Progreso v Penarol [1] D 0-0
Uruguay - Clausura 11/21 12:45 13 [12] Rentistas v Club Atletico Progreso [5] W 0-1
Uruguay - Clausura 11/15 19:30 12 [6] Club Atletico Progreso v Montevideo Wanderers [5] W 3-1
Uruguay - Clausura 11/08 19:30 11 [14] Boston River v Club Atletico Progreso [6] D 0-0
Uruguay - Clausura 11/04 12:45 10 [6] Club Atletico Progreso v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [8] W 1-0
Uruguay - Clausura 10/30 21:15 9 [13] Plaza Colonia v Club Atletico Progreso [5] L 2-1
Uruguay - Clausura 10/25 13:15 8 [5] Club Atletico Progreso v IA Sud America [15] D 0-0
Uruguay - Clausura 10/21 18:30 7 [7] Club Atletico Progreso v Deportivo Maldonado [8] W 2-0
Uruguay - Clausura 10/17 15:30 6 [5] Cerro Largo v Club Atletico Progreso [4] L 1-0
Uruguay - Clausura 10/09 13:15 5 [8] Club Atletico Progreso v CA River Plate [14] W 1-0
Uruguay - Clausura 10/03 15:30 4 [6] Liverpool Montevideo v Club Atletico Progreso [11] W 0-1

Statistici

 TotalGazdeOaspeti
Matches played 43 21 22
Wins 13 5 8
Draws 11 7 4
Losses 19 9 10
Goals for 41 19 22
Goals against 55 29 26
Clean sheets 14 7 7
Failed to score 18 8 10

Wikipedia - C.A. Progreso

Club Atlético Progreso, also known simply as Progreso, is a professional football club based in Montevideo, Uruguay, that competes in the Uruguayan Primera División.

The team's red and yellow striped kit emulates the Catalan flag, which was where the founders of the club were from. Progreso's Estadio Abraham Paladino is capable of holding 8,000 spectators.

History

The club was founded on 30 April 1917. The club's first match was played on 26 May 1918, with Progreso beating Club Maroñas 2–0. Progreso won its first title with the Divisional Intermedia (Second Division at that time) in 1938. It went on to win it the next year as well, along with two more championships in 1956 and 1963. The club has three Segunda División championships: in 1945, 1979, and 2005–06. In 1975 and 1978, Progreso won the Tercera División (Segunda División Amateur).

Progreso's first continental participation was in the 1987 Copa Libertadores, where they finished third in a group consisting of fellow Uruguayan club Nacional, and Peruvian clubs San Agustin and Alianza Lima. They participated again in the 1990 edition, since they had won the league the previous year. In that edition, Progreso won their group, which consisted of Defensor Sporting, Pepeganga Margarita, and Mineros de Guayana. They qualified to the Second Round, where they were eliminated by Barcelona of Ecuador.

In 1989, Progreso won the Primera División, the only championship in the history of the Uruguayan league to use a single round-robin format (13 games). This format was due to a calendar conflict with some national and international cups that year. Progreso's president at that time was Dr. Tabaré Vázquez, who later became the president of Uruguay.

Progreso's first team kit in 1917 was white with black stripes. The kit expressed the team's affinity with the anarchist movement. The colors were later changed to red and yellow, the colors of Catalonia, which was known for its identification with the Spanish Revolution.