Résultats

Primera B, Apertura 12/12 22:10 2 [1] Talleres de Remedios v CD Urquiza [2] L 2-0
Primera B, Apertura 11/28 20:00 2 [1] CD Urquiza v FC Canuelas [2] L 1-2
Primera B, Apertura 11/21 20:00 1 CA Fenix v CD Urquiza W 1-2
Primera B, Apertura 11/06 18:35 17 [12] CD Urquiza v Talleres de Remedios [9] W 2-0
Primera B, Apertura 10/23 18:00 15 [11] Club Comunicaciones v CD Urquiza [9] L 2-0
Primera B, Apertura 10/16 18:00 14 [8] CD Urquiza v Deportivo Armenio [11] L 1-2
Primera B, Apertura 10/09 18:00 13 [15] Villa San Carlos v CD Urquiza [8] D 1-1
Primera B, Apertura 10/03 18:00 12 [8] CD Urquiza v Defensores Unidos [14] D 2-2
Primera B, Apertura 09/25 18:00 11 [16] CA Fenix v CD Urquiza [8] D 1-1
Primera B, Apertura 09/18 18:00 10 [8] CD Urquiza v CA Colegiales [2] L 0-3
Primera B, Apertura 09/13 18:00 9 [6] CA Los Andes v CD Urquiza [8] W 0-1
Primera B, Apertura 09/10 18:10 9 CA Los Andes v CD Urquiza - PPT.

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 35 17 18
Wins 9 3 6
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 15 8 7
Goals for 44 21 23
Goals against 57 28 29
Clean sheets 4 2 2
Failed to score 6 3 3

Wikipedia - UAI Urquiza

Club Deportivo UAI Urquiza (formerly "Club Ferrocarril Urquiza") is an Argentine sports club sited in Villa Lynch, General San Martín Partido of Greater Buenos Aires. Its men's football team currently plays at Primera B Metropolitana, the third division of the Argentine football league system. However, it is more recognized internationally by its women's side, which has competed in most of the more recent editions of the Copa Libertadores Femenina and became the main source of players for the Argentina women's national team.

Apart from football, other disciplines hosted by UAI Urquiza are artistic gymnastics, basketball, handball, rugby union, and volleyball.

History

The Club was founded as "Club Deportivo, Social y Cultural Ferrocarril Urquiza" by Carmelo Santoro on May 21, 1950. The first players and fans of the team were employees of the General Urquiza Railway who needed a ground to play football on Saturday afternoons. The club affiliated to the Argentine Football Association in 1970 and played its first season in the "Aficionados" division (the fourth level of Argentine football league system, later renamed "Primera D").

At the beginning of the 2009–2010 season the club merged with Universidad Abierta Interamericana (UAI) to form "Club Deportivo UAI-Urquiza". Having won no titles under its old name, UAI Urquiza obtained the first season disputed by the team, the 2009–10 Primera D championship, promoting to Primera C.

In May, 2013, UAI Urquiza won the Primera C champions, therefore promoting to the upper division, Primera B Metropolitana. The squad beat Deportivo Español by 3–1, when there still had 4 fixtures to play. At the moment of the championship, UAI Urquiza had taken an advantage of 13 points over Deportivo Laferrere, the team placed 2nd.