Colombia Cup 05/17 00:30 9 Real Cartagena v Envigado FC - PPT.
Colombia Cup 05/08 21:00 9 Envigado FC v Real Cartagena W 2-0
Colombia Primera A 04/28 22:00 19 [17] Envigado FC v Independiente Medellin [9] L 0-1
Colombia Cup 04/26 00:00 8 Deportes Quindio v Envigado FC W 2-3
Colombia Primera A 04/21 21:10 18 [16] Deportivo Cali v Envigado FC [17] L 2-0
Colombia Primera A 04/16 21:00 17 [16] Envigado FC v Deportes Tolima [1] L 0-2
Colombia Primera A 04/13 23:20 16 [7] Junior v Envigado FC [16] D 1-1
Colombia Cup 04/10 21:00 8 Envigado FC v Deportes Quindio W 3-2
Colombia Primera A 04/05 21:00 15 [17] Envigado FC v Deportivo Pereira [4] D 1-1
Colombia Primera A 03/30 19:00 14 [16] Envigado FC v Atletico Nacional Medellin [11] L 0-1
Colombia Primera A 03/24 21:00 13 [7] Atletico Bucaramanga v Envigado FC [13] L 3-1
Colombia Cup 03/20 21:00 7 Orsomarso v Envigado FC W 0-1


Matches played 44 23 21
Wins 10 7 3
Draws 14 8 6
Losses 20 8 12
Goals for 43 27 16
Goals against 61 26 35
Clean sheets 12 8 4
Failed to score 14 5 9

Wikipedia - Envigado F.C.

Envigado Fútbol Club (Spanish pronunciation: [embiˈɣaðo ˈfuðβol ˈkluβ]) is a Colombian professional football team based in Envigado, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. They play their home games at the Estadio Polideportivo Sur.

The club is renowned for the quality of its youth development and the number of international stars who have begun their careers with the team including James Rodríguez, Fredy Guarín, Juan Fernando Quintero, Jhon Córdoba, Mateus Uribe, Giovanni Moreno among others. It is frequently considered one of the best youth academies in South America, which is why it is known as "Cantera de Heroes" (Quarry of Heroes).


The club was founded on 14 October 1989 and became the first team to earn promotion to the Colombian top flight as they won the inaugural Categoría Primera B tournament, held in 1991. In that tournament, they topped the final group ahead of Alianza Llanos, Club El Cóndor, and Atlético Huila.

Envigado were able to consolidate themselves as a Primera A team, reaching the final stages of the league for the first time in 1994 after placing eighth. They were eliminated in the semifinals, placing third in their group. They also made it to the final stages of the competition in the 2002 Apertura, in which they also placed third in their semifinal group, and the 2005 Apertura, in which they placed second in their group, one point behind the eventual finalists Santa Fe.

Envigado were relegated from the Primera A on 12 November 2006 after a 1–0 loss to Cúcuta Deportivo on the final round of the 2006 Finalización tournament, thus ending a 15-year spell in the top flight, but quickly bounced back by winning the 2007 Primera B tournament with a team led by debutant playmakers James Rodríguez and Giovanni Moreno and managed by Jesús Barrios. Envigado secured promotion back to the top flight by beating Academia in the finals of both of the season's short tournaments. The team has not been relegated ever since, although they played relegation play-offs in 2008 and 2010, defending successfully their Primera A status in both of them.

They made their best campaign in the top flight in the 2011 season, when they made it to the quarter-finals of both the Apertura and Finalización tournaments, which helped them place third in the season's aggregate table and achieve their first qualification for an international tournament, the 2012 Copa Sudamericana. There they were eliminated at the second stage after beating Unión Comercio from Peru 2–0 on aggregate and losing to Liverpool from Uruguay 2–1 on aggregate.

In November 2014, Envigado F.C. and its major shareholder Juan Pablo Upegui were included into the Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (also known as the Clinton List) by the United States's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) due to their links with the drug cartel Oficina de Envigado (Envigado Office). Although not all of the club's transactions were found to be illicit, the U.S. Treasury verified that the club had been used by the organization for money laundering, after 10 years of investigations. Envigado was removed from the list on 26 April 2018, and shortly after it was announced that 55% of the club's shares had been sold to the equity fund ProFútbol.

Envigado FC is a professional soccer team based in Envigado, Colombia. The team was founded in 1989 and currently competes in the Categoría Primera A, the top tier of Colombian soccer. Envigado FC is known for its strong youth development program, which has produced several talented players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Colombia and abroad.

The team plays its home matches at the Estadio Polideportivo Sur, a modern stadium with a capacity of over 10,000 spectators. Envigado FC's colors are green and white, and their mascot is a lion.

Envigado FC has a passionate fan base that supports the team both at home and away matches. The team has a rich history of success in Colombian soccer, with several domestic cup titles to their name.

Overall, Envigado FC is a respected and competitive team in Colombian soccer, known for their talented players, strong youth development program, and dedicated fan base.