Comision de Actividades Infantiles Comodoro Rivadavia
Comision de Actividades Infantiles Comodoro Rivadavia (mostly known as C.A.I.), is an Argentine football club based in the city of Comodoro Rivadavia, in the Patagonian province of Chubut.
The club was founded 1 January 1984 as a sports club for young people, in 1989 the decision was taken to focus solely on football. they play in the Primera B division of the Argentine league (which is equivalent to the second division). Their home games are played at the Estadio Municipal de Comodoro Rivadavia which has a capacity of approximately 10,000 seats. The club focuses primarily in the development of players from its youth divisions.
C.A.I is the youngest club of both main leagues of Argentina currently playing, and also the highest placed team from Patagonia.
Torneo Argentino A: 2001/2002
Hugo Barrientos (1994~98)
Andres Silvera (1994~97)
Franco Asencio (2001~08)
Franco Miranda (2001~03)
Jose Tabares (2001~05)
Martin Cabrera (2002~05)
Leonardo Ulloa (2002~04)
Pablo De Miranda (2003~09)
Matias Jara (2005~09)
Notable youth players
The following players played in the team's youth system but were acquired by other clubs before playing for the first team.
List of football clubs in Argentina
Argentine football league system
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