Results

Mexico Liga de Expansion 04/12 03:05 15 [3] Club Celaya v Tapatio [7] W 1-2
Mexico Liga de Expansion 04/06 03:05 8 [13] Dorados v Tapatio [9] W 1-3
Mexico Liga de Expansion 04/02 23:05 14 [8] Tapatio v Atlante [6] D 0-0
Mexico Liga de Expansion 03/27 01:05 13 [3] Cancun FC v Tapatio [9] D 1-1
Mexico Liga de Expansion 03/23 21:00 12 [15] Tepatitlan de Morelos v Tapatio [10] W 0-4
Mexico Liga de Expansion 03/20 23:05 11 [11] Tapatio v Correcaminos [8] D 2-2
Mexico Liga de Expansion 03/13 01:05 10 [11] Tlaxcala FC v Tapatio [13] W 0-3
Mexico Liga de Expansion 03/08 03:05 9 [13] Tapatio v Oaxaca [12] L 1-2
Mexico Liga de Expansion 02/29 03:05 8 Dorados v Tapatio - PPT.
Mexico Liga de Expansion 02/23 01:05 7 [2] Universidad Guadalajara v Tapatio [8] L 1-0
Mexico Liga de Expansion 02/17 23:05 6 [10] Tapatio v Atletico Morelia [13] D 0-0
Mexico Liga de Expansion 02/08 03:05 5 [13] Cimarrones de Sonora FC v Tapatio [12] W 1-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 38 19 19
Wins 12 4 8
Draws 15 7 8
Losses 11 8 3
Goals for 53 19 34
Goals against 42 24 18
Clean sheets 11 6 5
Failed to score 10 6 4

Wikipedia - C.D. Tapatío

Club Deportivo Tapatío is the official reserve team of C.D. Guadalajara. The club is based in the Guadalajara metropolitan area, Jalisco. The club was dissolved in 2009 and has been replaced by Chivas Rayadas de Guadalajara before its own dissolution in 2019. In 2020 the team was reactivated for its participation in the Liga de Expansión MX.

History

It was founded as Club Deportivo Tapatío in 1973 when CD Guadalajara purchased a license for the Tercera División. In two seasons Tapatío promoted to the Segunda División. The club mostly competed at the second level. After a relegation Tapatío bought the second level license from Gallos de Aguascalientes in 2001. In 2004 the team moved to La Piedad and competed as Chivas La Piedad. In the 2005/06 season the team was moved to Tepic and competed as Chivas Coras. The team returned to Guadalajara in 2006 and the Tapatío name was restored.

Before the Apertura 2009 tournament Tapatío ceased to exist. The league system was restructured and following new rules of the Mexican Federation of Association Football that teams in the Primera División will not be able to have a filial team in the Ascenso MX, the franchise was sold to Club Universidad de Guadalajara. Chivas Rayadas was then created and it serves as the new reserve team for Club Deportivo Guadalajara.

In 2020 the team was revived due to the creation of the Liga de Expansión MX, a league that replaced Ascenso MX with the aim of functioning as a development for football players.

Tapatio is a professional soccer team based in Guadalajara, Mexico. The team was founded in 2004 and has since become a prominent force in the Liga Premier de México. The team's name, Tapatio, is derived from the nickname given to people from the state of Jalisco, where Guadalajara is located.

Tapatio's home stadium is the Estadio Akron, which has a seating capacity of 49,850. The team's colors are red and white, and their logo features a stylized letter "T" with a soccer ball in the center.

Tapatio has a strong tradition of developing young talent, with many of their players going on to play for the first team of their parent club, Club Deportivo Guadalajara (Chivas). The team has also had success on the field, winning the Liga Premier de México Clausura championship in 2019.

Tapatio's style of play is characterized by their quick passing and attacking mentality. They are known for their ability to control possession and create scoring opportunities through their dynamic midfield and skilled forwards.

Overall, Tapatio is a talented and exciting team to watch, with a bright future ahead of them in Mexican soccer.