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Above all things, what Palestinians love the most is their homeland. A land that suffers every day, facing a hard reality, but in that land there are also hundreds of football fields, where the joy of football is always alive.

'Our field, our land' is a campaign that aims to make millions around the world feel Palestino's field as their own.

To achieve this, we will gather soil from football fields around Palestine, which will travel more than 13.000 kilometers to the Municipal de la Cisterna stadium in Chile.

With this soil we will seed our field to turn it to millions of palestines own field.

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Historia

August 20th, 1920 The club was founded in Osorno (Chile) by Palestinian immigrants.

1952 After 32 years competing in the Amateur Division, The Central Football Association recognized the club as a professional team, and started playing in Second Division.

1952 The club won the Second Division Championship, and was promoted to First Division.

1955 The club won their first National Championship in First Division.

1972 After being relegated two years before, the club won the Second Division Championship, and was promoted to First Division once again.

1977 Led by Elías Figueroa, the team won their Second Copa Chile and the preliminary round of the Copa Libertadores tournament.

1978 The club won their second National Championship in First Division, after defeating Colo-Colo (3-1). This new championship secured the qualification for the following year’s Copa Libertadores.

1979 The club achieved their best Copa Libertadores participation reaching the semi-finals, instance in which they were eliminated by Olimpia of Paraguay.

1988 The Estadio Municipal de La Cisterna was inaugurated in Santiago.

2014 Mahmud Abbas, president of the State of Palestine, sent a message to the team and to the supporters of the club, stating that Palestino is the second National Football Team of the Palestinian people.

2014 Palestino won the preliminary round of the Copa Libertadores, marking the club’s return to the most important football competition in South America after 36 years.

2014 A major change was made to the professional team's kit, replacing the number 1 in the jerseys for the historic map of Palestine.

2015 Palestino qualified to participate in the Copa Libertadores tournament.

2016 The Team participated in the Copa Sudamericana, reaching the quarter-final round after beating the Brazilian team Flamengo.

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Whole team

STAFF

Team Manager/Coach

Germán Cavalieri

2017

Coordinator

Diego Abusleme

2007

Fitness Trainer

Felipe Adasme

2017

Paramedic

Enrique Vallejos

1999

Assistant Fitness Trainer

Rodrigo Andrade

Kit Managers

Francisco Torres y Luis Torres

2016 y 2017

Multimedia Managing

Flavio Domínguez

2017

Goalkeeping Trainer

Roberto Gaune

2012

Kinesiologist

Claudio Gutiérrez

2012