Uruguay Clausura 12/07 20:00 15 [8] La Luz v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [5] W 0-2
Uruguay Clausura 12/02 13:00 14 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Montevideo Wanderers [2] D 1-1
Uruguay Clausura 11/28 19:30 13 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Penarol [4] L 0-1
Uruguay Clausura 11/25 19:30 12 [3] Danubio v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [5] D 0-0
Uruguay Clausura 11/20 19:30 11 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Nacional De Football [3] D 1-1
Uruguay Clausura 11/16 13:00 10 [6] CA River Plate v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [5] L 1-0
Uruguay Clausura 11/12 19:30 9 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Deportivo Maldonado [7] W 1-0
Uruguay Clausura 11/04 17:30 8 [5] Boston River v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [5] D 1-1
Uruguay Cup 10/29 22:00 9 Tacuarembo v Atletico Fenix Montevideo W 1-2
Uruguay Clausura 10/22 16:00 7 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Cerro [2] D 1-1
Uruguay Clausura 10/19 15:00 6 [4] Racing Club de Montevideo v Atletico Fenix Montevideo [5] L 2-0
Uruguay Clausura 10/13 19:00 5 [5] Atletico Fenix Montevideo v Plaza Colonia [8] L 1-4


Matches played 39 18 21
Wins 9 4 5
Draws 13 8 5
Losses 17 6 11
Goals for 31 13 18
Goals against 46 16 30
Clean sheets 10 7 3
Failed to score 17 8 9

Centro Atlético Fénix is a Uruguayan sports club from Montevideo. The football team currently plays in Primera División. Fénix is one of the most popular and traditional teams of Uruguay's 2nd Division, along with Racing Club de Montevideo, which is its all-time rival.


The club was founded on 7 July 1916 by a group of young men who named the club "Fénix" (Phoenix) after the mythological bird. The club's colors are violet (chosen to represent eternity) and white (to represent purity). They later later took part in 1985 edition of historic IFA Shield in India.

In 2002 the club qualified to play in Copa Libertadores for the first time after winning the Liguilla Pre-Libertadores de América title, a feat they repeated in 2003. The club were later relegated from the Primera División at the end of the 2005/2006 season.

Atletico Fenix Montevideo is a professional soccer team based in Montevideo, Uruguay. The team was founded in 1916 and has a rich history in Uruguayan soccer. The team plays its home matches at the Estadio Parque Capurro, which has a capacity of 8,000 spectators.

Atletico Fenix Montevideo has a strong tradition of developing young talent and has produced several notable players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Europe and South America. The team's style of play is characterized by a fast-paced, attacking approach, with an emphasis on quick passing and movement off the ball.

The team's colors are red and blue, and its crest features a phoenix, which symbolizes rebirth and renewal. Atletico Fenix Montevideo has a passionate fan base, known as "Los Fénix," who are known for their unwavering support and dedication to the team.

In recent years, Atletico Fenix Montevideo has enjoyed success in the Uruguayan Primera Division, finishing in the top half of the table and qualifying for international competitions. The team is led by a talented coaching staff and a roster of skilled players who are committed to achieving success on the field.