Club Deportivo Ferroviarios

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Full name Club Deportivo Ferroviarios de Chile
Nickname(s) Ferro (Rail), Locomotora (Locomotive)
Founded July 14, 1916
Ground Estadio Los Nogales,
Estacion Central, Santiago
Ground Capacity 220
Chairman Luis Tapia
Manager Manuel Rodríguez
League Cuarta División
2011 3rd

Club Deportivo Ferroviarios de Chile is a Chilean Football club based in Estacion Central, Santiago. They currently play at the fifth level of Chilean football, the Cuarta División.

The club was founded on July 14, 1916 by railroad workers in the Barrio San Eugenio; and on February 23, 1950 when they merged with Santiago Badminton, until 1969 they were known as Ferrobadminton. Badminton then decided to undo the merger and moved to Curicó.

In 1980, the club moved to Talagante and adopted the name of Talagante-Ferro. In 1982 was renamed as Ferroviarios.


  • División de Honor Amateur (DIVHA): 3
    • 1947, 1948, 1949
  • Cuarta División: 1
    • 2003


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