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Club Atletico Chaco For Ever

Chaco For Ever are an Argentina Football club, their home town is Resistencia, in the Province of Chaco in Northern Argentina. They currently play in Zone B of the regionalised 4th level of Argentinian football Torneo Argentino B.

Chaco For Ever were founded in 1913, the name follows the tradition of giving Argentine football clubs English names, other examples include; River Plate, Boca Juniors, Newell's Old Boys, Racing Club and All Boys.

Chaco for Ever are historically the largest team from Chaco, but have had limited success in Argentine football, a sport that is mainly dominated by clubs from the most populous province of Buenos Aires. The club has had limited success, with 2 seasons at the top level (Primera Division ), in 1989/1990 and 1990/91. The 1989/90 season was the most successful in their history, they finished 17th, and won the relegation playoff against Racing de Cordoba 5-0 to retain their place in the Primera.

The next season the Primera was divided into 2 tournaments Apertura and Clausera, a system that still survives. Chaco finished 16th and 19th condemning them to relegation with a points per game average of only 0.789.

They have also only played 7 seasons at the 2nd level (Primera B Nacional).

Notable players

Jose Luis Cuciuffo

Osvaldo Salvador Escudero

Damian Oscar Timpani

See also

List of football clubs in Argentina

Argentine football league system

External links

Oficial website

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