Fixtures

El Salvador Apertura 08/17 20:00 9 CD Platense Zacatecoluca vs Santa Tecla - View
El Salvador Apertura 08/20 20:00 10 CD FAS vs Santa Tecla - View
El Salvador Apertura 08/27 18:00 11 Santa Tecla vs CD Dragon - View
El Salvador Apertura 09/03 18:00 12 Santa Tecla vs AD Chalatenango - View
El Salvador Apertura 09/10 18:00 13 AD Isidro Metapan vs Santa Tecla - View
El Salvador Apertura 09/14 18:00 14 Santa Tecla vs Jocoro FC - View

Results

El Salvador Apertura 08/13 18:00 8 Santa Tecla v Atletico Marte - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 08/06 20:00 7 Once Deportivo de Ahuachapán v Santa Tecla - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 08/03 18:00 6 Santa Tecla v CD Luis Angel Firpo - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 07/30 20:00 5 Alianza FC v Santa Tecla - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 07/24 00:00 4 Santa Tecla v CD Aguila - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 07/20 21:00 3 Jocoro FC v Santa Tecla - PPT.
El Salvador Apertura 07/17 00:00 2 [6] Santa Tecla v AD Isidro Metapan [5] W CANC
El Salvador Apertura 07/10 00:30 1 [2] AD Chalatenango v Santa Tecla [2] D 0-0
El Salvador Clausura 05/07 21:00 22 [10] CD Luis Angel Firpo v Santa Tecla [11] L 2-0
El Salvador Clausura 05/01 22:30 21 [12] Santa Tecla v AD Chalatenango [3] W 1-0
El Salvador Clausura 04/28 01:00 20 [5] AD Isidro Metapan v Santa Tecla [12] D 0-0
El Salvador Clausura 04/24 01:00 19 [12] Santa Tecla v Atletico Marte [10] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 42 21 21
Wins 7 5 2
Draws 15 9 6
Losses 20 7 13
Goals for 35 23 12
Goals against 62 29 33
Clean sheets 10 5 5
Failed to score 18 5 13

Wikipedia - Santa Tecla F.C.

Santa Tecla Fútbol Club is a Salvadoran multi-sport club based in Santa Tecla since being formed in 2007. Although they compete in a number of different sports, Santa Tecla is mostly known for its professional association football team. The club has competed in Primera División de Fútbol de El Salvador, the nation's top tier, since being promoted there for Apertura 2012. Santa Tecla was founded in 2007, and currently plays its home games at the 10,000 capacity soccer-specific Estadio Las Delicias.

History

Santa Tecla Fútbol Club was formed in 2007 as a means for the "Tecleños" citizens to support a local team. It had been almost 40 years since the demise of former league champions Quequeisque.

They took over the Telecom FC licence and made their debut in professional football in the 2007–08 season. During their first competitive season, the team managed to reach the quarterfinals of the tournament.

Promotion to La Primera

Santa Tecla won their first title in 2012, winning the 2012 Apertura second division title by defeating Brasilia 2–1. A week later Santa Tecla defeated Titán (the champion of the 2011 Clausura title) 2–1 with goals by William Maldonado and Roberto González, allowing for Santa Tecla to be promoted to the Primera División de Fútbol de El Salvador (La Primera) for the first time in club history.

Champions

In 2015, the club had its most successful period in its history under the guidance of Argentinian Osvaldo Escudero. The club were able to win their first championship (the Clausura 2015) in club history. Santa Tecla won on a penalty shootout 3–1 after the match finished 1–1; William Maldonado was the lone goal-scorer for Santa Tecla in the final.

Second championship

Santa Tecla finished in third place in the regular season, advancing to the 2016 Apertura Playoffs, where they met Isidro Metapan in the first round. They drew the first leg 2–2, but Santa Tecla won the second leg at TBD, to win 3–2 on aggregate. Santa Tecla faced the Aguila in the semi-final, winning 4–3 on aggregate to advance to La Primera's championship game. Santa Tecla faced the Alianza F.C. for the championship. Santa Tecla won 3–2 on a game-winning brace by Sebastian Abreu in the second half, with Gerson Mayen scoring the other goal in the first half, thus winning their second title in La Primera.

Third championship

Santa Tecla finished in third place in the regular season, advancing to the 2017 Clausura Playoffs, where they met C.D. FAS in the first round. They drew the first leg 0–0, but Santa Tecla won the second leg at Estadio Las Delicias 1–0, to win 1–0 on aggregate. Santa Tecla faced the Aguila in the semi-final, winning 5–2 on aggregate to advance to the championship game. Santa Tecla faced the Alianza F.C. for the championship for the second straight tournament. Santa Tecla once again won La Primera's championship title with a comprehensive 4–0 victory, with Marlon Cornejo, Gerson Mayen William Canales and Carlos Bueno.

Contenders and Fourth championship

Following their third La Primera championship, the team made two consecutive finals (Apertura 2017 and Clausura 2018) against Alianza F.C., losing 4–1 and 1–0 respectively. During that period they were coached by Argentinian Ernesto Corti and Uruguayan Ruben da Silva. On 16 December 2018, Santa tecla won their fourth La Primera championship, defeating their rival Alianza F.C. 2–1 thanks to a double from Wilma Torres. The title end their recent losses and dominance by Alianza in the finals. [1]