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Full name
ART Municipal Jalapa

Leónidas Rodríguez


Ground Capacity

2015 Apertura

Jorge Galeano

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Primera División, Nicaragua

Estadio Alejandro Ramos Turcio, Jalapa

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ART Municipal Jalapa is a Nicaraguan football team playing at the top level. It is based in Jalapa.


They currently play in the Primera División, playing their home matches at the 1,000 Estadio Alejandro Ramos.


After the demise of Deportivo Jalapa in 2007, a new club was formed in 2011 naming themselves Municipal Jalapa ART. The club won both the 2012 Apertura and 2013 Clausura title to earn promotion to the first division for the first time in their history and the first time a team from Jalapa appeared in the Primera division in six years.

In their very first season, despite only having one foreign player in Honduran Luis Maradiaga, the club was able to finish in fifth place just missing the semi final spot by 2 points.


  • Segunda División de Nicaragua: 2 2012 Apertura, 2013 Clausura
  • Squad Changes 2015 Apertura


  • Andres Garzon – Transferred from
  • Camilo Quiñones – Transferred from
  • José Luis Rodríguez – Transferred from
  • TBD – Transferred from
  • Milton Aguirre – Transferred from Ligas de Jalapa
  • Bladimir Jimenez – Transferred from Chinandega FC
  • Norman Solon – Transferred from Chinandega FC
  • Out:

  • Luis Alberto Maradiaga – Transferred to
  • Juan José Tablada – Transferred to Juventus Managua
  • Oscar Barahona – Transferred to
  • Luis Manuel Galeano – Transferred to Real Esteli
  • Bismarck Hernández – Transferred to
  • Douglas López – Transferred to
  • Víctor Mairena Galeano  – Transferred to
  • Paulo Mejía  – Transferred to
  • Adrián Zeledón – Transferred to
  • List of Managers

  • Leonidas Rodríguez (2012 – Dec 2014)
  • Tyrone Acevedo (Jan 2015–)
  • References

    ART Municipal Jalapa Wikipedia