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ANTEL (El Salvador football club)

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Nickname(s)  Los Inalámbricos
Dissolved  2007
ANTEL (El Salvador football club)

Full name  Club Deportivo Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones

Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones, also known as ANTEL was a Salvadoran professional football club perhaps best known for being the first club the famous El Salvadorean player Mágico González.



The team played in the Salvadoran Premier Division for two seasons from 1975 to 1977. After finishing in mid-table after the 1977 season, ANTEL decided to selling their place in the first division to Independiente de San Vicente, effectively ending the club's history as a professional entity.

They then slowly went into decline and were renamed ANTEL-Telecom then again renamed Telecom FC. The club ceased to exist after the 2006/2007 season, after their main sponsor and company they were named after pulled all support due to financial pressure leaving Telecom FC to be dissolved.

Former Coaches

El Salvador

  • Ricardo Tomasino (1976)
  • Brazil

  • Jorge Tupinambá dos Santos (1975)
  • References

    ANTEL (El Salvador football club) Wikipedia