What kind of football club is Queretaro Futbol Club?
Querétaro Fútbol Club, also called Gallos Blancos de Querétaro, is a Mexican professional football club based in Querétaro City, Mexico.
What are the colors of the Mexican football team Queretaro?
Querétaro plays in the Liga MX, the top tier of Mexican football league system. Their colors are blue, black, and white and the team mascot is a rooster. In their ranks have been world stars like Ronaldinho and Antonio Valencia .
Where did Queretaro f.c.end up in 2013?
At the end of the Clausura 2013 tournament, Querétaro F.C. ended up in the last position of the relegation table and therefore was to be relegated to the Liga de Ascenso for the upcoming Apertura 2013.
How did Queretaro f.c.get its name?
They joined Irapuato, Zacatepec, Toluca, Morelia and La Piedad as the founders of the Segunda División. The team’s official foundation is July 8, 1950. Later journalist Herrera “Periquín” Pozas bestowed the nickname of Gallos Blancos (White Roosters) based on the club’s “willingness to fight for every ball” and their characteristic white uniforms.
When did Queretaro f.c.get promoted to Primera Division?
On May 28, 2006, Querétaro F.C. was promoted to Mexico’s Primera División, after beating Puebla F.C. in the Clausura 2006 tournament and the 2005/2006 Primera A promotion play-off by a 5–1 final score.
When did Queretaro f.c.win the Clausura?
In 2005 Querétaro F.C. won the Primera A “Torneo de Clausura” and played the promotion game against San Luis F.C.. The game at San Luis Potosí resulted in a defeat with a 3–2 score. The suspicious way this game was conducted and the violence suffered by Querétaro’s fans in hands of San Luis fans resulted in a fierce rivalry with this team.