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Liga's success was short-lived; in 1972, the club finished seventh of the eight teams participating in the Serie A. At the time, only four teams from the province of Pichincha could play in the top flight. As the worst-performing Pichincha team, Liga took part in a playoff match against the best-performing Pichincha team in Serie B, Universidad Catlica, for a berth in the next season's Serie A tournament. Liga lost the match, relegating it to Serie B for the 1973 season, at the end of which the club faced a second relegation, down to the Segunda Categoria of Ecuadorian football. The club was able to gain promotion back to the Serie B in time for the 1974 season. After winning the first stage of the 1974 Serie B, Liga returned to the Serie A after two years in the lower flights. Liga's rise continued as the team won their second national title after defeating El Nacional. The success was followed by another title win in 1975, marking Liga's first back-to-back national championships. Liga's 1975 and 1976 Copa Libertadores participations saw the squad twice reach the semifinals of the continental tournament. Key to Liga's success were players Polo Carrera, Oscar Zuba, Jorge Tapia, Gustavo Tapia, Walter Maesso, Juan Carlos Gmez, Ramiro Tobar, Juan Jos Prez, and Roberto Sussman, along with Colombian coach Leonel Montoya. Liga would round out the decade with a runners-up finish in 1977, allowing for another Copa Libertadores participation in 1978.
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Swansea City winger Jefferson Montero has joined former club Emelec on a sub-loan from Spanish side Getafe for the remainder of the season.
In June 2009, Liga, as the 2008 Copa Libertadores champion, participated in the 2009 Recopa Sudamericana against the 2008 Copa Sudamericana champion Internacional of Porto Alegre, Brazil. Liga won the first leg, played at Beira Rio stadium in Porto Alegre, by a score of 10, with a goal from Claudio Bieler. In the second leg, played at La Casa Blanca, Liga won 30 with goals from Carlos Espnola, Claudio Bieler, and Enrique Vera. The 2009 Recopa title was Liga's second international title, as well as being the second international title ever achieved by any Ecuadorian club.
LDU Quito is one of the most supported clubs in Ecuador. According to a recent study, Liga has the largest fanbase in Quito and the Sierra region of Ecuador.
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LDU Quito Aucas live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 21.6.2019. at 00:00 UTC time at Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado stadium, Quito, Ecuador in Club Friendly Games - World. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all LDU Quito vs Aucas previous results sorted by their H2H matches. Links to LDU Quito vs. Aucas video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appear on video hosting sites like Youtube or Dailymotion. We're not responsible for any video content, please contact video file owners or hosters for any legal complaints.
LDU Quito has formed a number of footballing rivalries throughout its history. Their longest-standing rivalry is with Aucas, a southern Quito club founded in 1945, making the two clubs the oldest in the city still in existence. Liga-Aucas matches are referred to as El Superclsico de Quito (English: The Quito Super Derby), and the rivalry traces its history back to the first match on February 1, 1945, which ended in a 11 tie. A second match, played on February 18, 1945, ended in a 22 draw. At the end of the 90 minutes, the game was 21; the timekeeper ended the match, but the referee did not notice, allowing the game to continue into extra time, where Aucas equalized the score.
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In the absence of intense rivalry with Aucas, Liga and its fans developed a strong rivalry with Deportivo Quito. The Clsico Capitalino (English: Capital Derby) was the most important game in Quito and was considered a "must win" game of the season. In 2008 and 2009, the match had national championship implications that exacerbated the rivalry to a greater degree.
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In 1932, Liga won their first football title at an amateur Pichincha tournament; there was no national amateur league at the time. Five teams participated: Liga, Gladiador, Gimnstico, Atltico, and Cleveland. Liga won all their games, and in the final match, played at the Estadio El Ejido, defeated Gladiador by a score of 40. Playing for Liga were Jorge Zapater, Eduardo Flores, Alfonso Cevallos, Csar Gonzlez, Jorge Vallarino, Jorge Naranjo, Bolvar "ato" Len, Alejandro Dvalos, Humberto Yez, Humberto Freire, and Ernesto Guevara, with Bolvar Len as coach. Liga would also win amateur titles in 1952 and 1953, before the league turned professional the following year.
The following players were chosen to represent their country at the FIFA World Cup while contracted to LDU Quito.
Liga Deportiva Universitaria has its roots in the semi-pro sports teams in 1918 competing as Universitario at the Central University of Ecuador, and was officially founded on January 11 of 1930. They began making an impact in the provincial leagues, winning nine Pichincha titles (six in the professional era). Their provincial success continued into the national league, where they have won 11 national title (4th overall) having won their most recent title in 2018. They are the most successful Ecuadorian club in international competitions, where they were the first Ecuadorian club to win the Copa Libertadores (2008), the Copa Sudamericana (2009), and the Recopa Sudamericana (2009 and 2010). They are one of only six teamsBoca Juniors, Independiente, River Plate, Internacional and So Paulo being the other five to have achieved the CONMEBOL treble, winning all three continental club tournaments. LDU is the only team to win all three mentioned cups one after another between the years 2008 to 2010 causing them to be rated as the best South American team of 2008 and 2009. Liga de Quito was additionally the runner-up at the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup.
On July 2, 2008, Liga became the first-ever Ecuadorian team to win the Copa Libertadores, after defeating Fluminense by 31 in a penalty shootout, after being level after extra time. Liga's Libertadores title gained the club an automatic berth in the semi-finals of the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup, becoming the first non-Argentine or Brazilian CONMEBOL squad to participate in the tournament. Liga defeated Pachuca by 20 in their semifinal match, advancing to the final against 2007-08 UEFA Champions League winners Manchester United. Liga lost the final, which was played on December 21 at Yokohama, Japan, by a score of 10.
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In 1997, LDU inaugurated their own stadium, Estadio Casa Blanca, in the northern part of the city. It is the largest stadium in Quito in terms of capacity, and the second largest in Ecuador after the Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha in Guayaquil. The stadium officially opened on March 6, 1997 in a match against Brazilian club Atltico Mineiro. Liga won the match 31.
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The following managers won at least one trophy when in charge of LDU Quito, in addition to the first manager: