Last updated : 12/09/2023 13:02:36


Deportivo Gurises are a Grassroots football team made up of 1 team members.

The team is from Pueblo General Belgrano, Departamento de Gualeguaychú, Argentina.

Deportivo Gurises started using TeamStats in October 2019.

Team Details


Pueblo General Belgrano Departamento de Gualeguaychú Argentina

Team Type

11 a side , Grassroots

Deportivo Gurises

Deportivo Gurises is a football (soccer) team from Pueblo General Belgrano, Argentina. The team was founded in 1925 and currently plays in the Liga Regional del Sudoeste.

The team's home stadium is Estadio Municipal de Pueblo General Belgrano. The stadium has a capacity of 5,000 spectators.


Deportivo Gurises results

Deportivo Gurises was founded in 1925 by a group of local residents. The team's first president was Don José María López.

The team's first major success came in 1940, when they won the Liga Regional del Sudoeste championship. They have won the championship a further 10 times, most recently in 2019.

Deportivo Gurises table

Deportivo Gurises have also competed in the Copa Argentina on several occasions. Their best performance came in 2016, when they reached the third round.

Notable players

  • Ricardo Villaverde: Villaverde played for Deportivo Gurises from 1970 to 1976. He later went on to play for Club Atlético Independiente and the Argentina national team.
  • Juan José Irigoyen: Irigoyen played for Deportivo Gurises from 1976 to 1982. He later went on to play for Club Atlético Lanús and the Argentina national team.
  • Sergio Almirón: Almirón played for Deportivo Gurises from 1982 to 1988. He later went on to play for Club Atlético River Plate and the Argentina national team.


Featured Team Members

Deportivo Gurises Photo 3

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