Nicaragua Clausura 04/18 01:00 15 Diriangen vs HYH Export Sebaco FC - View
Nicaragua Clausura 04/23 01:00 16 UNAN Managua vs Diriangen - View
Nicaragua Clausura 04/27 00:00 17 Diriangen vs CD Walter Ferretti - View
Nicaragua Clausura 04/28 23:00 18 Jalapa vs Diriangen - View


Nicaragua Clausura 04/14 01:00 14 Real Esteli v Diriangen D 1-1
Nicaragua Clausura 04/11 02:00 13 [4] Managua FC v Diriangen [2] W 0-1
Nicaragua Clausura 04/07 21:00 12 Matagalpa FC v Diriangen W 2-3
Nicaragua Apertura 04/03 00:00 11 [2] Diriangen v Deportivo Ocotal [10] W 7-0
Nicaragua Clausura 03/17 00:00 10 [2] Diriangen v Organica Masachapa FC [7] W 4-2
Nicaragua Clausura 03/14 00:00 9 Diriangen v Jalapa W 2-1
Nicaragua Apertura 03/11 01:00 8 [9] CD Walter Ferretti v Diriangen [2] L 1-0
Nicaragua Clausura 03/03 00:00 7 Diriangen v UNAN Managua W 3-0
Nicaragua Clausura 02/25 21:00 6 HYH Export Sebaco FC v Diriangen W 0-2
Nicaragua Clausura 02/18 23:00 5 Diriangen v Real Esteli W 1-0
Nicaragua Clausura 02/11 00:00 4 [2] Diriangen v Managua FC [4] D 1-1
Nicaragua Clausura 02/05 00:00 3 [2] Diriangen v Matagalpa FC [8] W 5-2


Matches played 50 24 26
Wins 30 16 14
Draws 8 3 5
Losses 12 5 7
Goals for 87 50 37
Goals against 45 23 22
Clean sheets 19 10 9
Failed to score 11 3 8

Wikipedia - Diriangén FC

Diriangén FC is a Nicaraguan professional football club based in Diriamba which competes in Nicaraguan Premier Division (Primera Division). It is one of the oldest clubs in not only Nicaragua but also in Central America.


Founded in 1917, Diriangén has won a total of 30 domestic titles, including at least one in every decade since the 1940s. They are also the only club in Nicaragua to have competed in every season of the league's top flight. As a result of this success, the club has become associated with the motto "Diriangén no tuvo infancia, porque nació grande" ("Diriangen never had a childhood because it was born big")'.

Diriangén's strongest era was in the 1940s, when they won six consecutive championships (1940–45). They won a seventh championship in 1949, and hoisted the crown three times in the 1950s (1953, 1956, and 1959). A long drought followed in the 1960s, but the club rebounded with consecutive titles in 1969–70 and again in 1974.

The 1980s saw a return to the form of glory days past. It opened with a threepeat (1981, 1982, and 1983) and included other championships in 1987 and 1989. The 1990s were similar—a threepeat from 1994–97, followed by a title win in 1999–2000. However, the 2000s didn't go quite as well. Although Diriangén managed to win the championship in 2004–2005 and 2005–2006, the real power in Nicaragua had shifted to Real Esteli, winners of thirteen championships in 16 years.

Meanwhile, Diriangén struggled through a thirteen year title drought. That year was finally broken in Clausura 2018, when they knocked off Real Esteli 3–1 on aggregate.

The club celebrated its 100-year celebration in 2017 [1] Archived 2019-05-05 at the Wayback Machine

Diriangen is a professional soccer team based in Diriamba, Nicaragua. The team was founded in 1917 and has a rich history in Nicaraguan soccer. Diriangen competes in the top division of Nicaraguan soccer, the Liga Primera de Nicaragua.

The team's colors are blue and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field. Diriangen has a strong roster of talented players who are dedicated to representing their city and country with pride.

Diriangen has a strong rivalry with other Nicaraguan teams, particularly with their cross-town rivals, Real Esteli. Matches between these two teams are always intense and highly anticipated by fans.

Overall, Diriangen is a respected and competitive team in Nicaraguan soccer, with a long-standing tradition of success and a bright future ahead.