Montevideo Liverpool Football Club ( Spanish: Liverpool Fútbol Club (Montevideo) ) - Uruguayan football club from the city of Montevideo .
|Nicknames||Negriazules (black and blue), La Cuchilla|
|Stadium||Belvedere , Montevideo , Uruguay|
|The president||Jose Luis Palma|
|Main coach||Paulo Pessolano|
The club was founded on February 12, 1915 . In 1919, the team first made it to the Uruguayan High Division. Throughout its history, Liverpool have not won a single trophy, but have repeatedly won prizes in the championship and Ligiglia. Liverpool disputes in Uruguay the title of the greatest team among those that have not won a single championship in their history.
The name of the club was given by former workers from the UK in honor of the city and the English club Liverpool . The main colors of the team are black and blue. Since 2006, the club’s guest form has been completely red to emphasize the similarity in the name of the Uruguayan team and the English super club.
Liverpool performs at Belvedere Stadium, which used to be the home arena for Montevideo Wanderers . After the Wanderers moved to the Viera Stadium , the Belvedere became the home arena of Liverpool.
- Uruguay Second Division Champion (4): 1966, 1987, 2002, 2014/15
- Intermedia Division Champion (second division in league structure) (2): 1919, 1937
- Extra Division Champion (third division in league structure) (1): 1916
- Diego Aguirre
- Jorge Alcalde ( 1939 South American Champion with Peru )
- Emiliano Alfaro
- Adrian Burbia
- Fausto Batignani
- Francisco Bertochchi
- Sebastian Vasquez
- Alberto Gomez
- Sixto Gonzalez
- Luis de Agustini
- Armando Delhi Valdez
- Juan Manuel Diaz
- Roque Gaston Maspoli
- Denis Milar
- Julio Montero Castillo
- Juan Martin Mujica
- Jose Naya
- Guillermo Pedra
- Sebastian Soria
- Umberto Tomassina
- Jorge Fusile
- Domingo Etchegoyen