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Cusco FC

  • Club History
  • Honours

Currently competing in the Segunda Division of Peruvian football, Cusco FC has accomplished both national and regional triumphs in its short history. Founded in only 2009 the club boasts one of the most passionate fan bases and shares its home to the third largest stadium in the country along with Cienciano and Garcilaso the famous Estadio Garcilaso.

Founded by students of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega school the club was originally known as Real Garcilaso until 2019 when Cusco Fútbol Club was endorsed. In its first year the club played in the second division of the local Cusco league where they managed to defeat Cienciano and gain promotion to the first division. The following year the club qualified for the national stage of Copa Peru, but dreams were cut short as they were eliminated by Sportivo Huracan de Arequipa in the round of 16. However, the next year Cusco FC were able to win the 2011 Copa Peru and promotion to the 2012 Torneo Descentralizado an unheard achievement for a new club.

The club had an incredibly successful debut season in the top-flight of Peruvian football. An historic season from club forward Andy Pando who led the league with 27 goals saw Cusco FC reach the final where they were ultimately defeated by Sporting Cristal to claim league runners-up. Sadly, there has been no fairytale trophy yet in Liga 1 for Cusco FC as the club have claimed runners-up three times in five seasons.

1
National
3
Peruvian Primera Division, runner-up
2012, 2013, 2017
1
Torneo Apertura, runner-up
2017
2
Torneo Clausura, runner-up
2015, 2017
1
Copa Peru
2011
1
Regional
1
Region VIII
2011
1
Region VIII, runners-up
2010
1
Liga Departamental de Cusco
2010
1
Liga Provincial del Cusco
2010
1
Liga Distrital del Cusco
2010
  • Club History

Currently competing in the Segunda Division of Peruvian football, Cusco FC has accomplished both national and regional triumphs in its short history. Founded in only 2009 the club boasts one of the most passionate fan bases and shares its home to the third largest stadium in the country along with Cienciano and Garcilaso the famous Estadio Garcilaso.

Founded by students of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega school the club was originally known as Real Garcilaso until 2019 when Cusco Fútbol Club was endorsed. In its first year the club played in the second division of the local Cusco league where they managed to defeat Cienciano and gain promotion to the first division. The following year the club qualified for the national stage of Copa Peru, but dreams were cut short as they were eliminated by Sportivo Huracan de Arequipa in the round of 16. However, the next year Cusco FC were able to win the 2011 Copa Peru and promotion to the 2012 Torneo Descentralizado an unheard achievement for a new club.

The club had an incredibly successful debut season in the top-flight of Peruvian football. An historic season from club forward Andy Pando who led the league with 27 goals saw Cusco FC reach the final where they were ultimately defeated by Sporting Cristal to claim league runners-up. Sadly, there has been no fairytale trophy yet in Liga 1 for Cusco FC as the club have claimed runners-up three times in five seasons.

  • Honours
1
National
3
Peruvian Primera Division, runner-up
2012, 2013, 2017
1
Torneo Apertura, runner-up
2017
2
Torneo Clausura, runner-up
2015, 2017
1
Copa Peru
2011
1
Regional
1
Region VIII
2011
1
Region VIII, runners-up
2010
1
Liga Departamental de Cusco
2010
1
Liga Provincial del Cusco
2010
1
Liga Distrital del Cusco
2010