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Club Atletico Central Cordoba

Central Cordoba is a football club in Rosario in Santa Fe Province, Argentina. They currently play in Primera B Metropolitana, which is the regionalised third tier of the Argentine Football Association.

The club was founded in 1906 by a group of railway workers and named after the Cordoba Central Railway that ran from Buenos Aires, through Rosario to Cordoba.

The club has played 2 seasons in the Primera Division and in 1958 it finished 10th in the league of 16 teams. The following season they finished 16th and last and were relegated.


1934 - Torneo Adrian Beccar Varela

1939 - Torneo del Litoral

Primera Division C 1952,

Primera B 1957,

Primera Division C 1973,

Primera Division C 1987/1988,

Primera B Metropolitana 1990/91,

Notable players

Sergio Omar Almiron (1992-1994)

Gabriel Caballero (1989-1994)

Fabian Cancelarich (2000-2004)

Silvio Carrario (1993-1994)

Danilo Gerlo (2000-2002)

Matias Pavoni (2001-2005)

Daniel Pendin (1996-1997)

German Pietrobon (2006-2007)

Santiago Raymonda (2001-2002)

Gabriel Caballero (1992-1993)

See also

List of football clubs in Argentina

Argentine football league system

External links

Club website (Spanish)

Central Cordoba Micro-Site (Spanish)

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