Universidad O&M FC

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O&M
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Full nameO&M Fútbol Club
Ground Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez, Santo Domingo
Capacity27,000
ManagerRonald Batista
League Liga Dominicana de Fútbol
20185th

O&M Fútbol Club is a football team based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The team represents the Universidad Organización y Método and is currently playing in the Primera División de Republica Dominicana

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Currently the team plays at the 27,000 capacity Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez.

History

O&M FC is a Professional Football Club of the Dominican Republic based in the city of Santo Domingo and represents the Dominican University O & M. Currently the club participates in the Liga Dominicana de Fútbol. This the first university to penetrate professional Dominican sports.[ citation needed ]

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Uruguay.svg  URU Darwin Nieves
2 DF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Rolfi Paulino
4 DF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Julio Moquete
5 MF Flag of Haiti.svg  HAI Harold Sanon
6 DF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Israel Ruiz
7 FW Flag of Venezuela (state).svg  VEN Anderson Arias
8 MF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Neftalí Urbáez
9 MF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Erick Rivera
9 FW Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Inoel Navarro
10 MF Flag of Colombia.svg  COL Devis Gutiérrez
11 FW Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Manuel Pérez
12 GK Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Wellington Agramonte
No.Pos.NationPlayer
13 MF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Jimmy Reyes
15 DF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Josimar Mojica
16 DF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Jean Carlos Lluberes
17 FW Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Diego Almánzar
17 MF Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Manuel Reynoso
18 FW Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM Rayniel de la Cruz
19 MF Flag of Haiti.svg  HAI Ergy Redginold Berkin
20 DF Flag of Uruguay.svg  URU Carlos Pimienta
22 GK Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  DOM José Guilbert de los Santos
23 DF Flag placeholder.svg  Julio Pérez
24 FW Flag of Venezuela (state).svg  VEN José Gutiérrez

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