Ayacucho FC


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1972 (50 years old)


Estadio Ciudad de Cumaná
(17,000 Capacity)

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Ayacucho, Peru

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Peruvian Primera Division
Copa Sudamericana

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Upcoming Events
13 Aug 22 Ayacucho FC  -  Asociación Deportiva
19 Aug 22 Universidad Técnica  -  Ayacucho FC
27 Aug 22 Universitario  -  Ayacucho FC
04 Sep 22 Ayacucho FC  -  Sport Boys
11 Sep 22 Atlético Grau  -  Ayacucho FC

Latest Results
06 Aug 22 EM Deportivo  4 - 1  Ayacucho FC
30 Jul 22 Ayacucho FC  0 - 1  Cienciano
27 Jul 22 Universidad de  3 - 3  Ayacucho FC
22 Jul 22 Ayacucho FC  0 - 1  Universidad César
17 Jul 22 FC Carlos  2 - 2  Ayacucho FC

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Ayacucho Fútbol Club is a Peruvian football club located in Ayacucho, Peru. Some of its former names are Aurora Miraflores, Olímpico San Luis, Olímpico Somos Peru, Olímpico Aurora Miraflores, Loreto and Inti Gas. As Olímpico Somos Peru, the club won a Second Division title in 2006, and as Inti Gas, the club finished as runner-up in 2008.

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Estadio Ciudad de Cumaná is a multi-purpose stadium in Ayacucho, Huamanga, Peru. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Ayacucho FC of the Peruvian Primera División and Deportivo Municipal de Huamanga of the Copa Perú league. The stadium holds 12,000 spectators. It was built to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ayacucho by the government of Venezuela under the leadership of Carlos Andrés Pérez. It is named after the city of Cumaná which is the birthplace of Antonio José de Sucre who was the commander of the United Liberation Army during the Battle of Ayacucho. It is part of the larger Complejo Deportivo Venezuela or Venezuela Sports Complex which includes other sporting facilities built by the Venezuelan government.




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