Monarcas Morelia

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Club Atlético Morelia is a Mexican professional football club based in Morelia, Michoacán currently playing in the Mexican First Division. The team is owned by the TV broadcasting company TV Azteca and plays its home games in Estadio Morelos.


Club Atlético Morelia was founded November 21, 1924, as "Oro Morelia" in Morelia, Michoacán. In 1950, Club Deportivo Morelia is amongst the temas that founded the Segunda División. After the 1956-1957 season, in which they ended up in second place, they are officially promoted into the Primera División to replace Puebla, receiving a designated spot for promotion to the Primera División. After an unsuccessful season, in 1968 Monarcas Morelia was relegated back to the Segunda División. During a mixed 1968-1971 seasons, C.A. Monarcas appointed a new chairman who goes by the name Nicandro Ortiz, who acquired the team and helped the club positively merge and acquisite a strong position in the Primera División A leaderboard. During the same year, the archaic change of the foundation's name was replaced with today's current name, Club Atlético Monarcas Morelia.

1978-1979 season gave Morelia a positive thrust towards contendership, being on a good position for promotion; during the year 1980, Monarcas Morelia played under the direction of general manager Diego Malta who in turn, helped his team towards the Mexican Championship and finally promotion to the Primera División de México in 1981.

In 1996 the major...
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