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Established
1927 (96 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Estadio Miguel Grau
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Callao, Peru

Nicknames
Los Rosados

Competitions
Peruvian Primera Division
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04 Feb 23 Sport Boys  -  Union Comercio
12 Feb 23 Alianza Lima  -  Sport Boys
19 Feb 23 Sport Boys  -  Carlos A
26 Feb 23 FBC Melgar  -  Sport Boys
05 Mar 23 Sport Boys  -  EM Deportivo

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29 Jan 23 Academia Deportiva  P - P  Sport Boys
23 Jan 23 Sport Boys  P - P  Alianza Atlético
29 Oct 22 Sport Huancayo  3 - 1  Sport Boys
19 Oct 22 FBC Melgar  3 - 0  Sport Boys
15 Oct 22 Sport Boys  3 - 5  Sporting Cristal

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Sport Boys Association, commonly referred to as Sport Boys or simply Boys, is a Peruvian football club based in the port city of Callao. It was founded on Peru's independence day, July 28, 1927. Its classic and historic rival is the Atlético Chalaco against whom dispute the Clasico Porteño derby of Callao. It is considered the fourth most important club in the history of Peruvian football as they have won 6 national titles and have the largest number of international appearances after Universitario, Sporting Cristal and Alianza Lima, teams of Lima.

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Estadio Miguel Grau is a multi-use stadium in the Bellavista District of Callao, Peru. The stadium is part of the Sport Village of Callao (Villa Deportiva del Callao) or Yahuar Huaca, which is owned by the Callao Regional Government since 2011. Its use is available to several football teams in the region including Sport Boys, Universidad de San Martín and Academia Cantolao who play their home matches here for the Torneo Descentralizado. The stadium's maximum capacity is 17,000 and was inaugurated on 16 June 1996 with a match between Sport Boys and Deportivo Pesquero for the 1996 Torneo Descentralizado. The match was a 3–1 win for Sport Boys. Floodlight towers were installed in 20

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