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Domestic League Stats For Guadalajara Chivas v Club America

Av Goals Scored Per Game

0.91

2

Av Goals Scored Per Game Home

0.60

2.17

Av Goals Scored Per Game Away

1.17

1.80

Av Goals Against Per Game

0.82

1.36

Av Goals Against Per Game Home

0.60

1.00

Av Goals Against Per Game Away

1.00

1.80

Av 1st Goal Scored Time

47m

39m

Av 1st Goal Scored Time Home

46m

37m

Av 1st Goal Scored Time Away

48m

42m

Av 1st Goal Against Time

51m

43m

Av 1st Goal Against Time Home

63m

48m

Av 1st Goal Against Time Away

44m

39m

Goals Scored 0-15' Mins

0

1

Goals Scored 15-30' Mins

1

4

Goals Scored 30-45' Mins

1

3

Goals Scored 45-60' Mins

2

8

Goals Scored 60-75' Mins

3

2

Goals Scored 75-90' Mins

3

4


Guadalajara Chivas vs Club America Head-to-Head

Recent Transfers By Guadalajara Chivas

TransferPlayer NameOther TeamType
OutM. PérezDoradosUnknown
OutH. ReynosoAlebrijesUnknown
OutJ. MoraSalamanca UDSLoan
OutJ. BasultoCancúnUnknown
OutJ. SalasAlebrijesUnknown
OutG. HernándezAntiguaFree
OutW. SandovalSantos LagunaUnknown
OutC. HuertaMazatlánLoan
OutA. ZendejasNecaxaUnknown
OutO. AlanísEarthquakesUnknown
OutJ. LázaroTudelanoLoan
OutL. CortésCafetalerosUnknown
OutJ. GonzálezLeones NegrosLoan
OutB. GalindoPachucaUnknown
OutC. HuertaMoreliaLoan
OutM. MayorgaPumasLoan
OutA. CervantesSantos LagunaUnknown
OutL. MárquezTepaUnknown
OutC. CisnerosTolucaUnknown
OutM. PérezQuerétaroLoan
OutC. VillanuevaDoradosUnknown
OutW. SandovalJuárezLoan
OutJ. Van RankinSantos LagunaUnknown
OutG. MadrigalMonterreyUnknown
OutM. De LunaA San LuisUnknown
InK. MagañaZacatepecUnknown
InÁ. LópezTudelanoUnknown
InL. OlivasTudelanoUnknown
InD. CortésTudelanoUnknown
InÓ. MacíasA San LuisUnknown
InJ. AguayoAlebrijesUnknown
InJ. LázaroZacatepecUnknown
InE. TorresZacatepecUnknown
InM. PérezQuerétaroUnknown
InJ. BasultoZacatepecUnknown
InC. LópezAlebrijesUnknown
InC. ZamoraTampicoUnknown
InM. JiménezTampicoUnknown
InW. SandovalJuárezUnknown
InC. HuertaMoreliaUnknown
InS. FloresMinerosUnknown
InÁ. ZaldívarPueblaUnknown
InG. HernándezZacatepecUnknown
InB. GalindoRenoUnknown
InJ. MacíasLeónUnknown
InC. AntunaGalaxyUnknown
InJ. AnguloNecaxaUnknown
InC. CalderónNecaxaUnknown
InA. PeñaNecaxaUnknown
InL. MárquezTampicoUnknown
InR. CisnerosMinerosUnknown
InJ. VázquezSantos LagunaUnknown
InJ. MadueñaCruz AzulUnknown
InM. De LunaA San LuisUnknown

Recent Transfers By Club America

TransferPlayer NameOther TeamType
OutE. CedilloCelayaUnknown
OutI. GarcíaAlebrijesUnknown
OutA. SánchezCelayaUnknown
OutB. GarcíaCelayaUnknown
OutI. HernándezCelayaUnknown
OutA. IbarraAtlasUnknown
OutL. FuentesTijuanaUnknown
OutÓ. OrtegaTolucaUnknown
OutJ. LópezJuárezUnknown
OutL. ZamudioNorth TexasUnknown
OutC. ParedesPortlandUnknown
OutG. RodríguezBetis€ 9M
OutC. VargasMoreliaUnknown
OutL. LópezTolucaUnknown
InL. FuentesTijuanaUnknown
InS. DíazReal MadridLoan
InE. SánchezTijuanaUnknown
InA. GoranschZacatepecUnknown
InL. ReyesA San LuisUnknown
InS. CáseresVillarrealLoan
InS. CáceresLiverpool€ 2.3M
InL. SuárezVillarrealUnknown
InC. ParedesPortlandUnknown
InJ. EscobozaQuerétaroUnknown
InL. FuentesTijuanaLoan

Guadalajara Chivas vs Club America Head to head record, stats & results. Check out the recent form of Guadalajara Chivas and Club America. We america vs chivas 4 1 to have live streaming links of all football matches soon.

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About

Atlante won the inaugural 2008/09 tournament, beating fellow Mexican side Cruz Azul (agg: 2-0) in the final.  A year later, Pachuca defeated Cruz Azul for the title on the away-goals rule.  Monterrey then went on to capture three straight championships (2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13), before the away-goals rule came into play once again in 2013/14 as Cruz Azul prevailed over Toluca to earn the right to lift the trophy. 

Club America secured SCCL honors in 2014/15 and 2015/16, topping the Impact de Montreal (agg: 5-3) and Tigres (agg: 4-1), respectively, in consecutive finals. 

Pachuca topped Tigres (agg: 2-1) in 2016/17 decider for its second SCCL crown.

Since the adoption of the new 16-team format in 2018, the champions have both emerged from Liga MX, with Chivas defeating Toronto FC in 2018 (3-3 on aggregate, 4-2 on penalties) and Monterrey defeating Tigres in the 2019 Final, 2-1 on aggregate.

While Monterrey has been the most successful club in the SCCL era with four titles, Club America has the most overall CONCACAF club titles with seven.  

Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League
2019: Monterrey (Mexico)
2018: Chivas (Mexico)
2016/17: Pachuca (Mexico)
2015/16: Club America (Mexico)
2014/15: Club America (Mexico)
2013/14: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
2012/13: Monterrey (Mexico)
2011/12: Monterrey (Mexico)
2010/11: Monterrey (Mexico)
2009/10: Pachuca (Mexico)
2008/09: Atlante (Mexico) 

CONCACAF Champions Cup
2008: Pachuca (Mexico)
2007: Pachuca (Mexico)
2006: Club America (Mexico)
2005: Saprissa (Costa Rica)
2004: Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
2003: Toluca (Mexico)
2002: Pachuca (Mexico)
2000: LA Galaxy (USA)
1999: Necaxa (Mexico)
1998: D.C. United (USA)
1997: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
1996: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
1995: Saprissa (Costa Rica)
1994: Cartagines (Costa Rica)
1993: Saprissa (Costa Rica)
1992: Club America (Mexico)
1991: Puebla (Mexico)
1990: Club America (Mexico)
1989: Pumas (Mexico)
1988: Olimpia (Honduras)
1987: Club America (Mexico)
1986: Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
1985: Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago)
1984: Violette (Haiti)
1983: Atlante (Mexico)
1982: Pumas (Mexico)
1981: Transvaal (Suriname)
1980: Pumas (Mexico)
1979: FAS (El Salvador)
1978: Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), Comunicaciones (Guatemala), Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago)
1977: Club America (Mexico)
1976: Aguila (El Salvador)
1975: Atletico Español (Mexico)
1974: Municipal (Guatemala)
1973: Transvaal (Suriname)
1972: Olimpia (Honduras)
1971: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
1970: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
1969: Cruz Azul (Mexico)
1968: Toluca (Mexico)
1967: Alianza (El Salvador)
1963: Racing Club Haitien (Haiti)
1962: Guadalajara (Mexico)  

2019
FIRST LEG
April 23, 2019: Estadio Universitario – San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico (Att: 41,615)

Tigres-Monterrey 0-1 (0-1)
Nicolas Sanchez 43’

SECOND LEG
May 1, 2017: Estadio BBVA Bancomer – Guadalupe, Mexico (Att: 52,229)
Monterrey-Tigres 1-1 (1-0)
Nicolas Sanchez 26’ / Andre-Pierre Gignac 85’
Monterrey wins 2019 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 2-1)

2018
FIRST LEG
April 17, 2018: BMO Field – Toronto, Canada (Att: 29,925)

Toronto FC-Chivas 1-2 (1-1)
Jonathan Osorio 19’ / Rodolfo Pizarro 2’, Alan Pulido 72’ 

SECOND LEG
April 25, 2018: Estadio Akron – Guadalajara, Mexico (Att: 36,977)
Chivas-Toronto FC 1-2 (1-2)
Orbelin Pineda 19’ / Jozy Altidore 25’, Sebastian Giovinco 44’
Chivas wins 2018 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 3-3, 4-2 in penalty shootout)

2016/17
FIRST LEG
April 18, 2017: Estadio Universitario – San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico (Att: 35,147)

Tigres-Pachuca 1-1 (1-1)
Ismael Sosa 32’ / Raul Lopez 3’ 

SECOND LEG
April 26, 2017: Estadio Hidalgo – Pachuca, Mexico (Att: 27,203)
Pachuca-Tigres 1-0 (0-0)
Franco Jara 83’
Pachuca wins 2016/17 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 2-1)

2015/16
FIRST LEG
April 20, 2016: Estadio Universitario – San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico (Att: 39,293)

Tigres-Club America 0-2 (0-0)
Dario Benedetto 48’; Osvaldo Martinez 90’+3 

SECOND LEG
April 27, 2016: Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 50,638)
Club America-Tigres 2-1 (0-1)
Michael Arroyo 68’; Osvaldo Martinez 89’ pen / Andre-Pierre Gignac 39’
Club America wins 2015/16 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 4-1)

2014/15
FIRST LEG
April 22, 2015: Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 56,783)
Club America-Impact de Montreal 1-1 (0-1)
Oribe Peralta 89’ / Ignacio Piatti 16’ 

SECOND LEG
April 29, 2015: Stade Olympique – Montreal, Canada (Att: 61,004)
Impact de Montreal-Club America 2-4 (1-0)
Andres Romero 8’; Jack McInerney 89’ / Dario Benedetto 50', 67’, 81’; Oribe Peralta 65'
Club America wins 2014/15 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 5-3)

2013/14
FIRST LEG
April 15, 2014: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 24,329)
Cruz Azul-Toluca 0-0 (0-0)

SECOND LEG
April 23, 2014: Estadio Nemesio Diez – Toluca, Mexico (Att: 20,675)
Toluca-Cruz Azul 1-1 (0-1)

Edgar Benitez 63’ / Mariano Pavone 41’
Cruz Azul wins 2013/14 CONCACAF Champions League on away goals rule (agg: 1-1)

2012/13
FIRST LEG
April 24, 2013: Estadio Corona – Torreon, Mexico (Att: 21,401)
Santos-Monterrey 0-0 (0-0)SECOND LEG

May 1, 2013: Estadio Tecnologico -- Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 33,667)
Monterrey-Santos 4-2 (0-1)

Aldo De Nigris 60’, 86’; Neri Cardozo 83’; Humberto Suazo 90'+2 / Carlos Darwin Quintero 38’; Felipe Baloy 51’
Monterrey wins 2012/13 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 4-2)

2011/12
FIRST LEG
April 18, 2012: Estadio Tecnologico – Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 29,300)
Monterrey-Santos 2-0 (0-0)

Humberto Suazo 60’, 86’

SECOND LEG
April 25, 2012: Estadio Corona – Torreon, Mexico (Att: 28,000)
Santos-Monterrey 2-1 (1-0)

Daniel Ludueña 45’; Oribe Peralta 51’ / Neri Cardozo 81’
Monterrey wins 2011/12 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 3-2)

2010/11
FIRST LEG
April 20, 2011: Estadio Tecnologico – Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 30,247)
Monterrey-Real Salt Lake  2-2 (1-1)

Aldo De Nigris 18'; Humberto Suazo 62' pen / Nate Borchers 35'; Javier Morales 89' 

SECOND LEG
April 27, 2011: Rio Tinto Stadium – Sandy, Utah, USA (Att: 20,378)
Real Salt Lake-Monterrey 0-1 (0-1)
Humberto Suazo 45'+1
Monterrey wins 2010/11 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 3-2)

2009/10
FIRST LEG
April 21, 2010: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 16,186)
Cruz Azul-Pachuca 2-1 (2-0)

Emanuel Villa 20'; own-goal, Carlos Rodriguez 24' / Damian Alvarez 69'

SECOND LEG
April 28, 2010: Estadio Hidalgo – Pachuca, Mexico (Att: 26,500)
Pachuca-Cruz Azul 1-0 (0-0)

Edgar Benitez 90’
Pachuca wins 2009/10 CONCACAF Champions League on away goals rule (agg: 2-2)

2008/09
FIRST LEG
April 22, 2009: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 22,718)
Cruz Azul-Atlante 0-2 (0-2)
Fernando Navarro 17'; Christian Bermudez 24’

SECOND LEG
May 12, 2009: Estadio Olimpico Andres Quintana Roo – Cancun, Mexico (Att: america vs chivas 4 1 Azul 0-0 (0-0)
Atlante wins 2008/09 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 2-0)


(thru 2019 edition) 

TWENTY-FIVE
Javier Orozco; Cruz Azul (24), Santos (1) 

TWENTY-TWO
Oribe Peralta; Santos (12), Club America (10)
Carlos Darwin Quintero; Santos (17), Club America (5) 

SEVENTEEN
Emanuel Villa; Cruz Azul (11), Queretaro (6) 

SIXTEEN
Aldo de Nigris; Monterrey (16)
Humberto Suazo; Monterrey (16) 

TWELVE
Dario Carreno; Monterrey (9), Pachuca (3)
Herculez Gomez; Santos (9), Club Tijuana (3)

TEN
Edgar Benitez; Pachuca (5), Toluca (4), Queretaro (1)
Raul Nava; Toluca (10)
Guillermo Ramirez; Municipal (9), Motagua (1)
Alvaro Saborio; Real Salt Lake (10)
Yendrick Ruiz; Herediano (10)

Источник: https://www.concacaf.com/champions-league/about/

Club America

DateOpponentHANHACompetitionSeason
28.11.2021Pumas UNAM1:3O 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
25.11.2021Pumas UNAM0:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
07.11.2021Monterrey0:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
31.10.2021Cruz Azul1:2O 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
29.10.2021Monterrey0:1U 2.5CONCACAF CL2021
24.10.2021Tigres UANL1:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
20.10.2021Santos Laguna2:1O 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
17.10.2021Atletico San Luis1:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
03.10.2021Pumas UNAM2:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
29.09.2021Pachuca1:1U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022

Guadalajara Chivas

DateOpponentHANHACompetitionSeason
21.11.2021Puebla2:2O 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
06.11.2021Mazatlan1:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
31.10.2021Tigres UANL1:2O 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
24.10.2021Cruz Azul1:1U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
21.10.2021Tijuana XDK0:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
17.10.2021Deportivo Toluca2:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
03.10.2021Atlas0:1U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
30.09.2021Queretaro0:1U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
26.09.2021Club America0:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
19.09.2021Pachuca1:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022

Mutual matches

DateHANHACompetitionSeason
26.09.20210:0U 2.5Mexico 12021/2022
15.03.20213:0O 2.5Mexico 12020/2021
29.11.20201:2O 2.5Mexico 12020/2021
26.11.20200:1U 2.5Mexico 12020/2021
20.09.20201:0U 2.5Mexico 12020/2021
29.09.20194:1O 2.5Mexico 12019/2020
17.03.20192:0U 2.5Mexico 12018/2019
14.03.20192:0U 2.5Mexico, Cup Cl.2018/2019
30.09.20181:1U 2.5Mexico 12018/2019
04.03.20181:1U 2.5Mexico 12017/2018
19.10.20172:1O 2.5Mexico 12017/2018
19.02.20170:1U 2.5Mexico 12016/2017
28.11.20161:0U 2.5Mexico 12016/2017
25.11.20161:1U 2.5Mexico 12016/2017
27.10.20161:1U 2.5Mexico, Cup Ap.2016/2017
28.08.20160:3O 2.5Mexico 12016/2017
15.05.20162:1O 2.5Mexico 12015/2016
12.05.20160:0U 2.5Mexico 12015/2016
13.03.20162:1O 2.5Mexico 12015/2016
26.09.20151:2O 2.5Mexico 12015/2016
26.04.20151:1U 2.5Mexico 12014/2015
01.11.20140:0U 2.5Mexico 12014/2015
30.03.20144:0O 2.5Mexico 12013/2014
05.10.20132:0U 2.5Mexico 12013/2014
31.03.20132:0U 2.5Mexico 12012/2013
06.10.20121:3O 2.5Mexico 12012/2013
08.04.20121:0U 2.5Mexico 12011/2012
23.10.20111:3O 2.5Mexico 12011/2012
10.04.20110:3O 2.5Mexico 12010/2011
24.10.20100:0U 2.5Mexico 12010/2011
04.04.20100:1U 2.5Mexico 12009/2010
25.10.20091:0U 2.5Mexico 12009/2010
19.04.20090:1U 2.5Mexico 12008/2009
03.01.20091:1U 2.5Mexico, Interliga2008/2009
26.10.20081:2O 2.5Mexico 12008/2009
13.04.20082:3O 2.5Mexico 12007/2008
28.10.20072:1O 2.5Mexico 12007/2008
20.05.20071:0U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
17.05.20071:0U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
19.03.20071:0U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
03.12.20060:0U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
30.11.20060:2U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
30.09.20060:2U 2.5Mexico 12006/2007
26.02.20060:1U 2.5Mexico 12005/2006
11.09.20050:0U 2.5Mexico 12005/2006
13.03.20053:3O 2.5Mexico 12004/2005
02.10.20041:1U 2.5Mexico 12004/2005
01.05.20041:0U 2.5Mexico 12003/2004
09.11.20031:2O 2.5Mexico 12003/2004
19.01.20031:1U 2.5Mexico 12002/2003
11.08.20021:0U 2.5Mexico 12002/2003
01.04.20022:3O 2.5Mexico 12001/2002
21.10.20011:1U 2.5Mexico 12001/2002
14.02.20012:1O 2.5Mexico 12000/2001
10.09.20000:3O 2.5Mexico 12000/2001
Club America
Total5521161860:56(+4)1161,091,022,11352064:36
Home291010933:34(-1)671,141,172,31151452:48
Away26116927:22(+5)491,040,851,8820677:23

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Источник: https://www.bari91.com/soccer_clubs/compare/Club_America_vs_Guadalajara_Chivas/13225

El Súper Clásico (Mexico)

For the Real Madrid and Barcelona rivalry, see El Clásico. For the River Plate and Boca Juniors rivalry, see Superclásico.

El Súper Clásico (English: The Super Classic), also known as El Clásico (English: The Classic), and El Clásico de Clásicos (English: The Classic of Classics), is an association football match between Mexican clubs América and Guadalajara. It is considered the biggest rivalry in Mexican football,[2] and one of the biggest in world football.[3][4]

Both teams are the two most successful Mexican football clubs in terms of championships, with América winning 13 league titles and Chivas trailing them with 12. They are also known for their extensive fan bases throughout Mexico and the United States, and are both considered the most popular teams. The clubs are also uniquely identified by their histories; América is considered the club of the wealthy and establishment, as they are known for signing expensive Mexican and foreign players, as well as the fact that they are located in Mexico City and are owned by media company Grupo Televisa, while Guadalajara are known for its policy of not allowing foreign players, the only club in the nation to do so.

As of 28 September 2019, America leads the all-time head-to-head results between the two with 86 wins to Chivas 75, with 76 matches ending in a draw.

History[edit]

The first confrontation between what are considered the two most popular teams in Mexico[5] ended with a victory for Guadalajara with a score of 1–0.[6] The rivalry began to flourish after the second match, when Chivas defeated America with a score of 7–2 In the year of 1943. Although the huge defeat sparked embarrassment within the ranks of America, it was almost two decades before the rivalry became the Clásico that is known today. Initially, América was struggling in the Mexican League. Halfway through the 1957–58 tournament, América had only managed to win six points, placing them in last place in the overall standings. In danger of finishing lower in the standings, the club hired Fernando Marcos, a retired player and referee. By the 1958–59 tournament, Marcos had transformed the team into a contender for the title. Although América's level rose, Chivas was playing tactical football that was giving them good results. After the 1957–1958 tournament, in which Club Zacatepec was crowned champions, Chivas managed to win a record six consecutive titles.

The late 1950s through the mid-1960s first foundation bank high yield savings be considered the best era in Chivas' history. During this time period, Chivas won the majority (7) of their eleven league titles, only interrupted twice in 1958 and 1963, by Zacatepec and Club Deportivo Oro respectively. Although América, or any other Mexican club for that matter, never achieved the same success in such a short period of time, an equally impressive feat is achieved much later by América.

Mexican football had drastically evolved by the 1980s. The period of football domination between two teams was certainly over. Although absolute parity is never achievable, competition was more evenly distributed throughout the football clubs competing in the México Primera División. The 1980s is perhaps the best decade in Club América's history. Up until then, no other club had managed the incredible success of Chivas. During this time period, América won five titles in the course of five years. First, starting in 1984, a series of three consecutive titles, followed by two consecutive titles starting in 1988. América achieved what no other team has achieved in present-era Mexican football. Despite consistency from both Chivas and América, after América's glorious years and long after Chivas' golden age, the two teams have only managed to win four titles between them, two apiece.

Riot of 1983[edit]

In the second leg of the semi-finals of the 1982–83 season, players of both two teams sparked a brawl better known as "La Bronca del '83" ("The Riot of '83"), which resulted in Chivas going onto play Puebla in the final by eliminating America vs chivas 4 1 during that playoff.[7]

The following season América would get to play Chivas once again in the 1983–1984 final in which América came from behind on aggregate to defeat Chivas in to date the only final disputed between the two teams.

In between the seasons of 1983 through the year 2000, América showed dominance over Chivas recording an impressive record of only 6 losses out of 43 matches against Chivas.

2000s[edit]

One of the most memorable games played between Chivas and América during the Clausura 2005 tournament took place on 13 March in the Estadio Azteca. The game started with a goal by Pável Pardo at the 15th minute of the game. América would then attempt to solidify its hold on the game when, in the 38th minute, Óscar Rojas scored the second goal, capitalizing on a pass from Cuauhtémoc Blanco. During the 42nd minute of the game, with the first half about to conclude, Héctor Reynoso scored one of the most beautiful goals of his career, making the score 2–1. Francisco Palencia would score the 100th goal of his career in the 58th minute, tying the score 2–2. But América would again take the lead when, at the 78th minute, Pável Pardo made an excellent pass to Claudio López who didn't waste the opportunity to penetrate the goal tended by Oswaldo Sánchez. However, things wouldn't end there. Three minutes before the game ended, Palencia would make his 101st goal as a result of a magnificent play involving Ramón Morales and Alberto Medina. The score was tied 3–3 although Chivas attempted yet another goal that came from Palencia.

In 2007, America set the record for most wins in a year by defeating Chivas four times.

In 2016, América and Guadalajara met a record seven times between league matches (including play-offs) and their semifinal Copa MX meeting. América came out ahead with a note-worthy record of three victories, two draws and two america vs chivas 4 1. In the two playoff-round meetings, América went undefeated against Guadalajara, with a record of two victories and two draws.

Overall statistics[edit]

America at home[edit]

America wins Guadalajara wins Draws
20 15 24

Guadalajara at home[edit]

Guadalajara wins America wins Draws
19 16 23
As of 28 September 2019[8]
GP: Games Played
AV: América Victory
D: Draw
GV: Guadalajara Victory
GoalA: América Goals
GoalG: Guadalajara Goals

Liguilla matches[edit]

Guadalajara wins América wins Draws
6 15 5

Refereeing[edit]

The record holders for matches refereeing the matches belonging to Marco Antonio Rodríguez and Armando Archundia with

  • Marco Rodríguez (5)
  • Armando Archundia (4)
  • German Arredondo (3)
  • Mauricio Morales (2)
  • Francisco Chacon (2)
  • Gilberto Alcala (2)
  • Erim Ramirez Ulloa (2)
  • Fernando Guerrero Ramirez (2)
  • Paul Delgadillo (1)
  • Hugo Guajardo (1)
  • Jorge Antonio Perez Duran (1)
  • Jose Alfredo Penaloza Soto (1)
  • Cesar Arturo Ramos Palazuelos (1)

Players that played for both teams[edit]

[9]

A listing of the many footballers who have played for both Guadalajara and Club America :

Note:On May 26, 2013, Francisco Javier Rodriguez became the first player ever in the history of Mexican football to champion with both teams. First having championed with Chivas on December 10, 2006.

MexicoSalvador Mota – withAmerica: 1942–1944 / withGuadalajara: 1944–48 ?

MexicoCarlos Iturralde – withGuadalajara: 1950–1951 / withAmerica: 1952–1956

MexicoEduardo Garduño – withAmerica: 1947–1949 / withGuadalajara: 1954–1955

MexicoRaul Cardenas – withAmerica: 1959–1960 / withGuadalajara: 1967–1968

MexicoRamiro Navarro – withGuadalajara: 1965–1968 / withAmerica: 1968–69

MexicoSergio Ceballos – withAmerica: 1968–1974 / withGuadalajara: 1976–1977

MexicoEnrique Vázquez del Mercado – withGuadalajara: 1969–1972 / withAmerica: 1969–1970

MexicoRuben Cardenas – withAmerica: 1970–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1974–1980

MexicoAntonio Zamora – withAmerica: 1970–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1975–1978

MexicoFrancisco Macedo – withAmerica: 1971–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1973–1974

MexicoAlbino Morales – withAmerica: 1972–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1973–74

MexicoJavier Sánchez Galindo – withGuadalajara: 1974–1975 / withAmerica: 1975–1979

MexicoJavier Cárdenas – withAmerica: 1978–1979 / withGuadalajara: 1979–1985

MexicoJavier Aguirre – withAmerica: 1979–1984 / withGuadalajara: 1987–1993

MexicoCarlos Hermosillo – withAmerica:1st run in 1983–1989, 2nd run in 1999–2000 / withGuadalajara: 2001

MexicoRicardo Peláez – withAmerica:1st run in 1985–1987, 2nd run in 1997–1998 / withGuadalajara: 1998–2000

MexicoLuis Manuel Diaz – withGuadalajara: 1983–1987 / withAmerica: 1991–1992

MexicoPedro Pineda – withGuadalajara: 1991–1992 / withAmerica:1st run in 1992–1995, 2nd run in 1996–1997

MexicoGerardo Silva – withGuadalajara: 1990–1993 / withAmerica: 1993–1994

MexicoLuis García – withAmerica: 1995–1997 / withGuadalajara: 1998–1999

MexicoOswaldo Sánchez – withAmerica: 1996–1999 / withGuadalajara: 1999–2006

MexicoIgnacio Hierro – withAmerica: 1997–1999 / withGuadalajara: 1999–2000

MexicoDamián Álvarez – withGuadalajara: 1998 / withAmerica: 1998–2000

MexicoGustavo Napoles – withGuadalajara:1st run 1995–1998, 2nd run 2000–2002 / withAmerica: 1999

MexicoRamón Ramírez – withGuadalajara:1st run 1994–1998, 2nd run 2002–2004 / withAmerica: 1999

MexicoJoel Sánchez – withGuadalajara:1st run 1993–1999, 2nd run 2001–2003 / withAmerica: 1999–2000

MexicoJesús Mendoza – withGuadalajara: 1999–2000 / withAmerica:1st run 2000–2002, 2nd run 2003–2005

MexicoManuel Rios – withGuadalajara: 1998–2000 / withAmerica: 2002

MexicoAlejandro Nava – withGuadalajara:1st run 2000, 2nd run 2001–2002 / withAmerica: 2002

MexicoAlvaro Ortiz – withGuadalajara: 1999–2000 / withAmerica: 2002–2005

MexicoChristian Ramírez – withAmerica: 2003–2004 / withGuadalajara: 2005–2006

MexicoOribe Peralta**withGuadalajara: 2005 (loan), 2019–present / withAmerica: 2014–2019

MexicoEdoardo Isella – withGuadalajara: 2000–2001 / withAmerica: 2008

MexicoLuis Alonso Sandoval – withGuadalajara: 2002–2005 / withAmerica: 2010

MexicoLuis Ernesto Perez**withAmerica: 2007 (loan) / withGuadalajara: 2012–2016

MexicoRafael Marquez Lugo – withAmerica: 2008 / withGuadalajara: 2012–2015

MexicoFrancisco Javier Rodriguezwith Guadalajara: 2002–2008 / with America: 2013–2014

https www t online de login src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/Flag_of_Mexico.svg/23px-Flag_of_Mexico.svg.png" width="23" height="13">Ángel Reyna – withAmerica: 2009–2011 / withGuadalajara: 2014–2015

MexicoAlberto García Carpizo – withGuadalajara: 2014–2015 / withAmerica: 2015

MexicoJesús Molina – withAmerica: 2011–2014 / withGuadalajara: 2019

MexicoFernando Rubén González – withGuadalajara: 2013–2015 / withAmerica: 2019–2020

MexicoJosé Madueña – withAmérica: 2014-2015 / withGuadalajara: 2020

Other special notes** In the cases of Oribe Peralta and Luis Ernesto Perez, Peralta then a player of CF Monterrey was out on loan to Guadalajara for the 2005 edition of the Copa Libertadores playing in four matches. He did not score a single goal. In May 2014, Peralta was transferred from Santos Laguna to America. The same happened with Luis Ernesto Perez in america vs chivas 4 1, Perez was then a player for CF Monterrey but was loaned to America for that year's edition of the Copa Libertadores.

In the case of Ángel Reyna, Reyna was suspended from Chivas' A squad in September 2015 due to disputes. With the firing of Jose Jp morgan chase bank customer service de la Torre of whom Reyna had feuded with for some time and with the coming of Matias Almeyda, Reyna was left out of training sessions and coming matches. Reyna's contract with Chivas was officially terminated on March 9, 2016.[10]

Managers[edit]

Several managers have led on both squads. Walter Ormeño and Oscar Ruggeri played for Club América and later managed rival Guadalajara. Luis Fernando Tena served Guadalajara as player in 1983 and later managed América in 2006-07. He then replaces Tomás Boy at Guadalajara in September 2019. Ricardo La Volpe (**) is the only manager to have served both squads in more than one occasion. Ignacio Ambríz became the first Mexican manager to lead in both.

PeruWalter Ormeño – América (1969–1970); Guadalajara (1972–1973)

ArgentinaMiguel Ángel López – América (1984–1987 & 1992–1993); Guadalajara (1989–1991)

UruguayCarlos Miloc – Guadalajara (1979–1980); América (1991)

ArgentinaRicardo La Volpe ** – Guadalajara (1989 & 2014); América (1996 & 2016–2017)

NetherlandsLeo Beenhakker – América (1994–1995 & 2003–2004); Guadalajara (1996)

ArgentinaOscar Ruggeri – Guadalajara (2001–2002); América (2004)

MexicoIgnacio Ambríz – Guadalajara (2012); América (2015–2016)

MexicoLuis Fernando Tena - América (2006-2007); Guadalajara america vs chivas 4 1

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_S%C3%BAper_Cl%C3%A1sico_(Mexico)

¿Córdova por Antuna? Parece que América busca a otro jugador de Chivas

En estos días se ha estado comentando sobre el intercambio que buscan América y Chivas. Los nombres que se han

noviembre 29, 2021

Se analiza la continuidad de muchos elementos del club

Tal parece que la eliminación ante Pumas fue la gota que derramó el vaso para los altos mandos del América.

noviembre 28, 2021

El club ofrece disculpa y analizará el proyecto deportivo

América quedó eliminado ante Pumas en los cuartos de final por lo que sumó otro año sin algún título oficial.

noviembre 27, 2021

Las palabras de Santiago Solari tras perder ante Pumas

Santiago Solari habló en conferencia de prensa tras la eliminación que sufrió ante Pumas en el Estadio Azteca. Ante la

noviembre 27, 2021

América 1-3 Pumas – Fracaso del América

América queda eliminado al perder con Pumas 3-1 en el marcador global. Un partido totalmente distinto al que se vio

noviembre 27, 2021

América negocia intercambio con Chivas

El día de ayer, el periodista Carlos Reynoso aseguró que América y Chivas estaban buscando un intercambio de jugadores. Según

noviembre 27, 2021

Alineaciones del América ante Pumas – 4tos de final – Vuelta

América enfrentará a Pumas en lo que serán los cuartos de final de vuelta. Santiago Solari mandó la siguiente alineación:

noviembre 27, 2021

Fechas, horarios y transmisión de partidos de los 4tos de final – Vuelta

Hoy por la noche arranca lo que serán los cuartos de final de vuelta del Apertura 2021. A continuación te

noviembre 27, 2021

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América recibe a Pumas en lo que serán los cuartos de final de vuelta del Apertura 2021. Así fue el

noviembre 27, 2021

El 11 probable para enfrentar a Pumas – 4tos de final – vuelta

América buscará su boleto a semifinales este sábado cuando enfrenten a Pumas en lo que será el partido de vuelta

noviembre 26, 2021

Los jugadores descartados para la vuelta ante Pumas

América está listo para recibir a Pumas este sábado en lo que serán los cuartos de final de vuelta del

noviembre 26, 2021

Nicolás Castillo cerca de regresar a la Liga MX

Nicolás Castillo fue prestado al Juventude de Brasil a mediados de año, pero lamentablemente su estadía no fue como esperaba.

noviembre 25, 2021

Источник: https://americayya.net/

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60 million fans, 22 red cards in one match, and an attack with metal pipes: Inside El Super Clasico, Mexico's craziest soccer derby

Soccer Derbies
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  • Over the next two weeks, Insider will count down and detail the 10 most fierce rivalry matches in world soccer.
  • In seventh place is Chivas de Guadalajara versus Club America, a Mexican matchup known better as "El Super Clasico."
  • Read below about the history of El Super Clasico and what makes it one of the mostly hotly contested derbies across the globe.
  • Keep up to date with the series here.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Not to be confused with the "Superclasico" (we will come to that later in the series), El Super Clasico is a mighty Mexican matchup between the country's two most popular and successful teams, Chivas de Guadalajara and Club America.

According to Goal, the two sides are the second and third most supported on earth, with Chivas boasting 33.8 million fans worldwide and America, 29.4 million.

The pair's intense rivalry however is not (though it certainly helps) rooted in their respective successes and massive global followings, but rather in their contrasting ethos'.

Chivas is for the Mexico, America is for the world

Chivas/America
Getty/Hector Vivas

Chivas is known as "equipo del pueblo" — a team for the people, by the people, which, to this day, only fields Mexican born players.

America on the other hand is seen as the team for the wealthy, so much so one its nicknames is "Los Millonarios," or "The Millionaires." It has a reputation for buying some of the finest talents from North and South America.

The pair first met in August 1943 in the inaugural Copa Mexico, which meant for the first time teams from across the country's different regional leagues were able to face off in structured competition. Chivas won the tie 1-0.

 

The formation of Liga MX really spruced up the pair's rivalry

Liga MX
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Just two months after their inaugural meeting, Liga MX was officially formed, bringing together 10 founding teams, including Chivas and America, from Mexico's regional leagues.

And with the pair now meeting regularly, it didn't take long for their rivalry to heat up.

According to Rabona TV, during a meeting in February 1944 a mass brawl between the two sets of players erupted in the 30th minute following a nasty challenge from one of America's defenders. 

Four players were sent off, two from each team, and America went on to win 7-2.

The morning after, the headline of the local paper read: "America beat Guadalajara 7-2 in a game of football and boxing."

 

But the clash was tame compared to those that followed years later

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Two games that are remembered well (for the wrong reasons) are "The Brawls of 1983 and 1986."

During the former, Chivas pulled off an astonishing 3-0 win at America's Estadio Azteca, however the match was marred by terrible and frequent fouls, poor refereeing, and two massive team fights.

So hostile was the atmosphere, the referee ended up walking off having totally lost control, according to ESPN.

Three years later, the two were at it again, but this time it was much worse. Sparked by some controversial dismissal of Chivas' Fernando Quirarte, all 22 players became involved in a huge fight, resulting in the referee showing everyone red cards and abandoning the game. 

The violence often extends off the pitch too

El Super Clasico fight
TMZ

In 2018, America fan Hilario Cruz was severely beaten up by Chivas fans outside the Grape Bowl in Lodi, California. The two teams often play each other at venues in the United States. 

TMZ reports Cruz lost an eye and was left with brain damage after he was mercilessly beaten with metal pipes by the group simply because he was wearing an America jersey. 

The incident expanded into a full-scale brawl that involved more than 100 people.

A year later, Cruz and his attorney said they were preparing to sue the organizers of the match, says TMZ.

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AMERICA VS CHIVAS, LEYENDAS ! SAVANNAH GEORGIA

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Rey’s 2 goals help America beat Chivas 4-0

GUADALAJARA, Mexico (AP) — Luis Gabriel Rey’s two first-half goals helped America to a 4-0 win over Chivas on Sunday in the big game between Mexico’s most popular teams.

Rey opened the scoring from close range in the 9th minute and doubled America’s lead six minutes later with a shot from 25 yards.

Mexico striker Raul Jimenez made it 3-0 in the 56th, before Luis Mendoza finished off the scoring with a lobbed shot in the 74th.

League leader Cruz Azul slumped to a 3-1 defeat to Atlas on Saturday, allowing second-place Toluca to close the gap to one competition point after its 2-1 win over Tigres.

Atlas took the lead after three minutes when Martin Barragan curled a shot into the top corner from the edge of the area and, after Marco Fabian equalized from close range, Maikon Leite and Barragan secured the win with goals before half time.

Toluca needed an injury-time goal from Raul Nava to seal its win over Tigres after Paraguayan Pablo Velazquez’ opener in the 12th was canceled out by U.S. international Jose Torres’ 25-yard left-foot shot.

In other weekend results, Monterrey had a 3-2 win over Atlante, Veracruz overcame Pachuca 3-1, Santos Laguna defeated Pumas 2-1, Leon drew 1-1 with Puebla, Queretaro beat Tijuana 2-1 and Chiapas had a 1-0 victory over Morelia.

Lucas Silva opened the scoring for Monterrey in the 15th, with Michael Arroyo equalizing 10 minutes later. Wilson Morelo and Cesar Delgado netted second-half goals for Monterrey, before Roberto Gutierrez reduced Atlante’s deficit.

Second-half goals from Cristian Martinez and Liber Quinones secured victory for Veracruz, after an own goal from Pachuca’s Efrain Cortes and a goal in the right net from Enner Valencia meant the teams were level at halftime.

Mexico international Oribe Peralta scored in the 22nd and late in second-half injury time for Santos Laguna after Dante Lopez had given Pumas an early lead in the 3rd.

Источник: https://apnews.com/b6672a8b3f7743acbf398c9b2b60af74

Club America vs Chivas de Guadalajara Prediction, Betting Odds, Picks

  • Regardless of their latest loss, America remain as the most dominant team in Liga MX
  • Goalscoring has once again become a problem for Chivas
  • Up in the frontline, Henry Martin is set to be a difference-maker for America

Club America vs Chivas de Guadalajara Odds

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Club America vs Chivas de Guadalajara Predictions and Picks

The timing of Chivas de Guadalajara’s latest major decision is a bit strange.

Days before their massive rivalry match against Club America, Chivas dropped manager Victor Manuel Vucetich.

With less than a week to prepare, interim Marcelo Michel Leaño will have to create a blueprint for not only Chivas’ biggest game, but also the most high-profile Liga MX battle of the regular season.

This is going to be too much for a team and roster that already have plenty of problems in 2021.

In the upcoming Clasico Nacional, pick America for the win.

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Although there’s something to be said about rivalry matches existing in bubbles that pay no attention to league form or momentum, this edition of the Clasico Nacional might not apply.

While America recently suffered just their first loss of the 2021 Apertura, Chivas will be looking to reorganize themselves after dropping Vucetich.

Chivas are a team in flux, and in this weird purgatory period without a true leader on the sideline, they’ll be incredibly vulnerable in their most significant game of the regular season.

It was a bizarre decision for Chivas to do this right before the Clasico Nacional, and when taking a step back to look at it all, it speaks volumes about the doubts surrounding the organization.

As for America, it wasn’t as if their latest defeat was an embarrassing one either.

America Still Have Plenty To Offer In The Apertura

No matter the fact that they lost 3-1 to Toluca and earned a red card as well, America will more than likely be fine for the rest of the Apertura.

Through the first 9 weeks of the season, no Liga MX side have claimed more points than the Mexico City giants.

They’ve thrived under manager Santiago Solari, and in their latest loss to Toluca, they had to make an away trip and take on the 2nd-best team in Mexico’s top flight.

There’s no shame in America dropping points against a team like Toluca, and going forward, it would be unexpected for them to have similar problems against most other Liga MX opponents.

Especially against a Chivas roster that have been abysmal with their scoring.

Chivas’ Attacking Numbers Have Been Far From Satisfactory

Eight goals in nine games aren’t exactly the ambitions that Chivas fans have for their team.

Chivas have been lackluster in the final third, and although they’ve been able to create plenty of clear chances, they often struggle with capitalizing on them.

It has been the same story for weeks and nothing has truly changed.

Now, with an interim at the helm, it would be a serious shock if their problems were to suddenly be repaired.

Henry Martin, America’s Latest Silver-lining

It’s time for striker Henry Martin to earn more praise.

After scoring a game-winner for Mexico in the latest round of World Cup qualifying, the striker returned to America and quickly found the back of the net twice in his last two appearances.

Last Wednesday in their 2-0 victory over Philadelphia in the Concacaf Champions League, Martin scored the second for America that helped secure the result in their favor.

Three days later, he then scored the lone goal in the loss to Toluca.

The 28-year-old is gaining confidence at the right moment and should be in the running for another crucial goal for America this weekend against Chivas.

How to Club America vs Chivas de Guadalajara

Club America vs Chivas de Guadalajara Information
TeamsClub America vs Chivas de Guadalajara
LocationEstadio Azteca (Mexico City, Mexico)
TimeSaturday, September 25th at 7:00pm PT/10:00pm ET
How to WatchUnivision, TUDN

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Источник: https://www.wsn.com/liga-mx/club-america-vs-chivas-de-guadalajara-prediction-2021-09-25/

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Domestic League Stats For Guadalajara Chivas v Club America

Av Goals Scored Per Game

0.91

2

Av Goals Scored Per Game Home

0.60

2.17

Av Goals Scored Per Game Away

1.17

1.80

Av Goals Against Per Game

0.82

1.36

Av Goals Against Per Game Home

0.60

1.00

Av Goals Against Per Game Away

1.00

1.80

Av 1st Goal Scored Time

47m

39m

Av 1st Goal Scored Time Home

46m

37m

Av 1st Goal Scored Time Away

48m

42m

Av 1st Goal Against Time

51m

43m

Av 1st Goal Against Time Home

63m

48m

Av 1st Goal Against Time Away

44m

39m

Goals Scored 0-15' Mins

0

1

Goals Scored 15-30' Mins

1

4

Goals Scored 30-45' Mins

1

3

Goals Scored 45-60' Mins

2

8

Goals Scored 60-75' Mins

3

2

Goals Scored 75-90' Mins

3

4


Guadalajara Chivas vs Club America Head-to-Head

Recent Transfers By Guadalajara Chivas

TransferPlayer NameOther TeamType
OutM. PérezDoradosUnknown
OutH. ReynosoAlebrijesUnknown
OutJ. MoraSalamanca UDSLoan
OutJ. BasultoCancúnUnknown
OutJ. SalasAlebrijesUnknown
OutG. HernándezAntiguaFree
OutW. SandovalSantos LagunaUnknown
OutC. HuertaMazatlánLoan
OutA. ZendejasNecaxaUnknown
OutO. AlanísEarthquakesUnknown
OutJ. LázaroTudelanoLoan
OutL. CortésCafetalerosUnknown
OutJ. GonzálezLeones NegrosLoan
OutB. GalindoPachucaUnknown
OutC. HuertaMoreliaLoan
OutM. MayorgaPumasLoan
OutA. CervantesSantos LagunaUnknown
OutL. MárquezTepaUnknown
OutC. CisnerosTolucaUnknown
OutM. PérezQuerétaroLoan
OutC. VillanuevaDoradosUnknown
OutW. SandovalJuárezLoan
OutJ. Van RankinSantos LagunaUnknown
OutG. MadrigalMonterreyUnknown
OutM. De LunaA San LuisUnknown
InK. MagañaZacatepecUnknown
InÁ. LópezTudelanoUnknown
InL. OlivasTudelanoUnknown
InD. CortésTudelanoUnknown
InÓ. MacíasA San LuisUnknown
InJ. AguayoAlebrijesUnknown
InJ. LázaroZacatepecUnknown
InE. TorresZacatepecUnknown
InM. PérezQuerétaroUnknown
InJ. BasultoZacatepecUnknown
InC. LópezAlebrijesUnknown
InC. ZamoraTampicoUnknown
InM. JiménezTampicoUnknown
InW. SandovalJuárezUnknown
InC. HuertaMoreliaUnknown
InS. FloresMinerosUnknown
InÁ. ZaldívarPueblaUnknown
InG. HernándezZacatepecUnknown
InB. GalindoRenoUnknown
InJ. MacíasLeónUnknown
InC. AntunaGalaxyUnknown
InJ. AnguloNecaxaUnknown
InC. CalderónNecaxaUnknown
InA. PeñaNecaxaUnknown
InL. MárquezTampicoUnknown
InR. CisnerosMinerosUnknown
InJ. VázquezSantos LagunaUnknown
InJ. MadueñaCruz AzulUnknown
InM. De LunaA San LuisUnknown

Recent Transfers By Club America

TransferPlayer NameOther TeamType
OutE. CedilloCelayaUnknown
OutI. GarcíaAlebrijesUnknown
OutA. SánchezCelayaUnknown
OutB. GarcíaCelayaUnknown
OutI. HernándezCelayaUnknown
OutA. IbarraAtlasUnknown
OutL. FuentesTijuanaUnknown
OutÓ. OrtegaTolucaUnknown
OutJ. LópezJuárezUnknown
OutL. ZamudioNorth TexasUnknown
OutC. ParedesPortlandUnknown
OutG. RodríguezBetis€ 9M
OutC. VargasMoreliaUnknown
OutL. LópezTolucaUnknown
InL. FuentesTijuanaUnknown
InS. DíazReal MadridLoan
InE. SánchezTijuanaUnknown
InA. GoranschZacatepecUnknown
InL. ReyesA San LuisUnknown
InS. CáseresVillarrealLoan
InS. CáceresLiverpool€ 2.3M
InL. SuárezVillarrealUnknown
InC. ParedesPortlandUnknown
InJ. EscobozaQuerétaroUnknown
InL. FuentesTijuanaLoan

Guadalajara Chivas vs Club America Head to head record, stats & results. Check out the recent form of Guadalajara Chivas and Club America. We hope to have live streaming links of all football matches soon.

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El Súper Clásico (Mexico)

For the Real Madrid and Barcelona rivalry, see El Clásico. For the River Plate and Boca Juniors rivalry, see Superclásico.

El Súper Clásico (English: The Super Classic), also known as El Clásico (English: The Classic), and El Clásico de Clásicos (English: The Classic of Classics), is an association football match between Mexican clubs América and Guadalajara. It is considered the biggest rivalry in Mexican football,[2] and one of the biggest in world football.[3][4]

Both teams are the two most successful Mexican football clubs in terms of championships, with América winning 13 league titles and Chivas trailing them with 12. They are also known for their extensive fan bases throughout Mexico and the United States, and are both considered the most popular teams. The clubs are also uniquely identified by their histories; América is considered the club of the wealthy and establishment, as they are known for signing expensive Mexican and foreign players, as well as the fact that they are located in Mexico City and are owned by media company Grupo Televisa, while Guadalajara are known for its policy of not allowing foreign players, the only club in the nation to do so.

As of 28 September 2019, America leads the all-time head-to-head results between the two with 86 wins to Chivas 75, with 76 matches ending in a draw.

History[edit]

The first confrontation between what are considered the two most popular teams in Mexico[5] ended with a victory for Guadalajara with a score of 1–0.[6] The rivalry began to flourish after the second match, when Chivas defeated America with a score of 7–2 In the year of 1943. Although the huge defeat sparked embarrassment within the ranks of America, it was almost two decades before the rivalry became the Clásico that is known today. Initially, América was struggling in the Mexican League. Halfway through the 1957–58 tournament, América had only managed to win six points, placing them in last place in the overall standings. In danger of finishing lower in the standings, the club hired Fernando Marcos, a retired player and referee. By the 1958–59 tournament, Marcos had transformed the team into a contender for the title. Although América's level rose, Chivas was playing tactical football that was giving them good results. After the 1957–1958 tournament, in which Club Zacatepec was crowned champions, Chivas managed to win a record six consecutive titles.

The late 1950s through the mid-1960s could be considered the best era in Chivas' history. During this time period, Chivas won the majority (7) of their eleven league titles, only interrupted twice in 1958 and 1963, by Zacatepec and Club Deportivo Oro respectively. Although América, or any other Mexican club for that matter, never achieved the same success in such a short period of time, an equally impressive feat is achieved much later by América.

Mexican football had drastically evolved by the 1980s. The period of football domination between two teams was certainly over. Although absolute parity is never achievable, competition was more evenly distributed throughout the football clubs competing in the México Primera División. The 1980s is perhaps the best decade in Club América's history. Up until then, no other club had managed the incredible success of Chivas. During this time period, América won five titles in the course of five years. First, starting in 1984, a series of three consecutive titles, followed by two consecutive titles starting in 1988. América achieved what no other team has achieved in present-era Mexican football. Despite consistency from both Chivas and América, after América's glorious years and long after Chivas' golden age, the two teams have only managed to win four titles between them, two apiece.

Riot of 1983[edit]

In the second leg of the semi-finals of the 1982–83 season, players of both two teams sparked a brawl better known as "La Bronca del '83" ("The Riot of '83"), which resulted in Chivas going onto play Puebla in the final by eliminating América during that playoff.[7]

The following season América would get to play Chivas once again in the 1983–1984 final in which América came from behind on aggregate to defeat Chivas in to date the only final disputed between the two teams.

In between the seasons of 1983 through the year 2000, América showed dominance over Chivas recording an impressive record of only 6 losses out of 43 matches against Chivas.

2000s[edit]

One of the most memorable games played between Chivas and América during the Clausura 2005 tournament took place on 13 March in the Estadio Azteca. The game started with a goal by Pável Pardo at the 15th minute of the game. América would then attempt to solidify its hold on the game when, in the 38th minute, Óscar Rojas scored the second goal, capitalizing on a pass from Cuauhtémoc Blanco. During the 42nd minute of the game, with the first half about to conclude, Héctor Reynoso scored one of the most beautiful goals of his career, making the score 2–1. Francisco Palencia would score the 100th goal of his career in the 58th minute, tying the score 2–2. But América would again take the lead when, at the 78th minute, Pável Pardo made an excellent pass to Claudio López who didn't waste the opportunity to penetrate the goal tended by Oswaldo Sánchez. However, things wouldn't end there. Three minutes before the game ended, Palencia would make his 101st goal as a result of a magnificent play involving Ramón Morales and Alberto Medina. The score was tied 3–3 although Chivas attempted yet another goal that came from Palencia.

In 2007, America set the record for most wins in a year by defeating Chivas four times.

In 2016, América and Guadalajara met a record seven times between league matches (including play-offs) and their semifinal Copa MX meeting. América came out ahead with a note-worthy record of three victories, two draws and two defeats. In the two playoff-round meetings, América went undefeated against Guadalajara, with a record of two victories and two draws.

Overall statistics[edit]

America at home[edit]

America wins Guadalajara wins Draws
20 15 24

Guadalajara at home[edit]

Guadalajara wins America wins Draws
19 16 23
As of 28 September 2019[8]
GP: Games Played
AV: América Victory
D: Draw
GV: Guadalajara Victory
GoalA: América Goals
GoalG: Guadalajara Goals

Liguilla matches[edit]

Guadalajara wins América wins Draws
6 15 5

Refereeing[edit]

The record holders for matches refereeing the matches belonging to Marco Antonio Rodríguez and Armando Archundia with

  • Marco Rodríguez (5)
  • Armando Archundia (4)
  • German Arredondo (3)
  • Mauricio Morales (2)
  • Francisco Chacon (2)
  • Gilberto Alcala (2)
  • Erim Ramirez Ulloa (2)
  • Fernando Guerrero Ramirez (2)
  • Paul Delgadillo (1)
  • Hugo Guajardo (1)
  • Jorge Antonio Perez Duran (1)
  • Jose Alfredo Penaloza Soto (1)
  • Cesar Arturo Ramos Palazuelos (1)

Players that played for both teams[edit]

[9]

A listing of the many footballers who have played for both Guadalajara and Club America :

Note:On May 26, 2013, Francisco Javier Rodriguez became the first player ever in the history of Mexican football to champion with both teams. First having championed with Chivas on December 10, 2006.

MexicoSalvador Mota – withAmerica: 1942–1944 / withGuadalajara: 1944–48 ?

MexicoCarlos Iturralde – withGuadalajara: 1950–1951 / withAmerica: 1952–1956

MexicoEduardo Garduño – withAmerica: 1947–1949 / withGuadalajara: 1954–1955

MexicoRaul Cardenas – withAmerica: 1959–1960 / withGuadalajara: 1967–1968

MexicoRamiro Navarro – withGuadalajara: 1965–1968 / withAmerica: 1968–69

MexicoSergio Ceballos – withAmerica: 1968–1974 / withGuadalajara: 1976–1977

MexicoEnrique Vázquez del Mercado – withGuadalajara: 1969–1972 / withAmerica: 1969–1970

MexicoRuben Cardenas – withAmerica: 1970–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1974–1980

MexicoAntonio Zamora – withAmerica: 1970–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1975–1978

MexicoFrancisco Macedo – withAmerica: 1971–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1973–1974

MexicoAlbino Morales – withAmerica: 1972–1973 / withGuadalajara: 1973–74

MexicoJavier Sánchez Galindo – withGuadalajara: 1974–1975 / withAmerica: 1975–1979

MexicoJavier Cárdenas – withAmerica: 1978–1979 / withGuadalajara: 1979–1985

MexicoJavier Aguirre – withAmerica: 1979–1984 / withGuadalajara: 1987–1993

MexicoCarlos Hermosillo – withAmerica:1st run in 1983–1989, 2nd run in 1999–2000 / withGuadalajara: 2001

MexicoRicardo Peláez – withAmerica:1st run in 1985–1987, 2nd run in 1997–1998 / withGuadalajara: 1998–2000

MexicoLuis Manuel Diaz – withGuadalajara: 1983–1987 / withAmerica: 1991–1992

MexicoPedro Pineda – withGuadalajara: 1991–1992 / withAmerica:1st run in 1992–1995, 2nd run in 1996–1997

MexicoGerardo Silva – withGuadalajara: 1990–1993 / withAmerica: 1993–1994

MexicoLuis García – withAmerica: 1995–1997 / withGuadalajara: 1998–1999

MexicoOswaldo Sánchez – withAmerica: 1996–1999 / withGuadalajara: 1999–2006

MexicoIgnacio Hierro – withAmerica: 1997–1999 / withGuadalajara: 1999–2000

MexicoDamián Álvarez – withGuadalajara: 1998 / withAmerica: 1998–2000

MexicoGustavo Napoles – withGuadalajara:1st run 1995–1998, 2nd run 2000–2002 / withAmerica: 1999

MexicoRamón Ramírez – withGuadalajara:1st run 1994–1998, 2nd run 2002–2004 / withAmerica: 1999

MexicoJoel Sánchez – withGuadalajara:1st run 1993–1999, 2nd run 2001–2003 / withAmerica: 1999–2000

MexicoJesús Mendoza – withGuadalajara: 1999–2000 / withAmerica:1st run 2000–2002, 2nd run 2003–2005

MexicoManuel Rios – withGuadalajara: 1998–2000 / withAmerica: 2002

MexicoAlejandro Nava – withGuadalajara:1st run 2000, 2nd run 2001–2002 / withAmerica: 2002

MexicoAlvaro Ortiz – withGuadalajara: 1999–2000 / withAmerica: 2002–2005

MexicoChristian Ramírez – withAmerica: 2003–2004 / withGuadalajara: 2005–2006

MexicoOribe Peralta**withGuadalajara: 2005 (loan), 2019–present / withAmerica: 2014–2019

MexicoEdoardo Isella – withGuadalajara: 2000–2001 / withAmerica: 2008

MexicoLuis Alonso Sandoval – withGuadalajara: 2002–2005 / withAmerica: 2010

MexicoLuis Ernesto Perez**withAmerica: 2007 (loan) / withGuadalajara: 2012–2016

MexicoRafael Marquez Lugo – withAmerica: 2008 / withGuadalajara: 2012–2015

MexicoFrancisco Javier Rodriguezwith Guadalajara: 2002–2008 / with America: 2013–2014

MexicoÁngel Reyna – withAmerica: 2009–2011 / withGuadalajara: 2014–2015

MexicoAlberto García Carpizo – withGuadalajara: 2014–2015 / withAmerica: 2015

MexicoJesús Molina – withAmerica: 2011–2014 / withGuadalajara: 2019

MexicoFernando Rubén González – withGuadalajara: 2013–2015 / withAmerica: 2019–2020

MexicoJosé Madueña – withAmérica: 2014-2015 / withGuadalajara: 2020

Other special notes** In the cases of Oribe Peralta and Luis Ernesto Perez, Peralta then a player of CF Monterrey was out on loan to Guadalajara for the 2005 edition of the Copa Libertadores playing in four matches. He did not score a single goal. In May 2014, Peralta was transferred from Santos Laguna to America. The same happened with Luis Ernesto Perez in 2007, Perez was then a player for CF Monterrey but was loaned to America for that year's edition of the Copa Libertadores.

In the case of Ángel Reyna, Reyna was suspended from Chivas' A squad in September 2015 due to disputes. With the firing of Jose Manuel de la Torre of whom Reyna had feuded with for some time and with the coming of Matias Almeyda, Reyna was left out of training sessions and coming matches. Reyna's contract with Chivas was officially terminated on March 9, 2016.[10]

Managers[edit]

Several managers have led on both squads. Walter Ormeño and Oscar Ruggeri played for Club América and later managed rival Guadalajara. Luis Fernando Tena served Guadalajara as player in 1983 and later managed América in 2006-07. He then replaces Tomás Boy at Guadalajara in September 2019. Ricardo La Volpe (**) is the only manager to have served both squads in more than one occasion. Ignacio Ambríz became the first Mexican manager to lead in both.

PeruWalter Ormeño – América (1969–1970); Guadalajara (1972–1973)

ArgentinaMiguel Ángel López – América (1984–1987 & 1992–1993); Guadalajara (1989–1991)

UruguayCarlos Miloc – Guadalajara (1979–1980); América (1991)

ArgentinaRicardo La Volpe ** – Guadalajara (1989 & 2014); América (1996 & 2016–2017)

NetherlandsLeo Beenhakker – América (1994–1995 & 2003–2004); Guadalajara (1996)

ArgentinaOscar Ruggeri – Guadalajara (2001–2002); América (2004)

MexicoIgnacio Ambríz – Guadalajara (2012); América (2015–2016)

MexicoLuis Fernando Tena - América (2006-2007); Guadalajara (2019-2020)

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_S%C3%BAper_Cl%C3%A1sico_(Mexico)
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