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1916greencross 1960temuco1 1965greencrosstemuco 1969greencrosstemuco 1972greencrosstemuco 1982greencrosstemuco 1985temuco2a
1916-1965 1960-1965 1965-1969 1969-1972 1972-1982 1982-1984 1984-1985
 
1985temuco2b 1987temuco2 1990temuco2 2000temuco2 2007temuco3 2010temuco4
1985-1987 1987-1990 1990-2000 2000-2007 2007-2010 2010-present


Club de Deportes Green Cross

1916-1965

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Club born in 1916 in the city of Santiago, capital of Chile. This club was the only champion of a tournament of the First National Football Division. This title is inherited to the current club since 2012.

Corporación Club de Deportes Temuco

1960-1965

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Club de Deportes Green Cross-Temuco

1965-1969

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This club was born in 1965 after the merger of the local club "Deportes Temuco" in its first era with the club "Green Cross" of Santiago to be moved to the south by an institutional reformulation.

1969-1972

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1972-1982

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1982-1984

1982greencrosstemuco

1984-1985

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Club de Deportes Temuco (first era)

1985-1987

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Second era of Deportes Temuco after the end of Green Cross Temuco. Among other names were nominated as Deportes Ñielol, Deportes Cautín, Deportes Frontera and Deportes Araucanía. Previously he had used the name of Green Cross Cautín temporarily of transitory character.

1987-1990

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1990-2000

1990temuco2

2000-2007

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Deportivo Temuco

2007-2010

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Restated in a Sociedad Anónima Deportiva, S.A.D.P. (Public Limited Sports Company).

Club de Deportes Temuco (second era)

2010-2014

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Club de Deportes Temuco (third era)

2014-present

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This third stage of Deportes Temuco was born from the merger of Temuco in 2010 and its archrival, in its time, Unión Temuco in the municipality of Padre Las Casas.


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