|Uruguay Clausura||11/30 00:15||13||Defensor Sporting vs CA River Plate||-||View|
|Uruguay Clausura||12/04 23:30||14||Nacional De Football vs Defensor Sporting||-||View|
|Uruguay Clausura||12/17 21:00||15||Defensor Sporting vs Danubio||-||View|
|Uruguay Clausura||11/25 22:00||12|| Deportivo Maldonado v Defensor Sporting ||L||2-1|
|Uruguay Clausura||11/20 22:00||11|| Defensor Sporting v Boston River ||W||2-0|
|Uruguay Clausura||11/15 19:30||10|| Cerro v Defensor Sporting ||D||1-1|
|Uruguay Clausura||11/11 00:30||9|| Defensor Sporting v Racing Club de Montevideo ||W||3-0|
|Uruguay Clausura||11/05 20:00||8|| Plaza Colonia v Defensor Sporting ||W||0-2|
|Uruguay Cup||10/30 00:00||9||Cerrito v Defensor Sporting||W||0-3|
|Uruguay Clausura||10/21 22:00||7|| Defensor Sporting v Cerro Largo ||W||2-0|
|Uruguay Clausura||10/18 15:00||6|| Liverpool Montevideo v Defensor Sporting ||L||2-0|
|Uruguay Clausura||10/13 21:30||5|| Defensor Sporting v Torque ||W||2-0|
|Uruguay Clausura||10/07 21:30||4|| Penarol v Defensor Sporting ||L||2-1|
|Uruguay Clausura||10/01 20:00||6||Liverpool Montevideo v Defensor Sporting||-||PPT.|
|Uruguay Clausura||09/17 23:30||5||Defensor Sporting v Torque||-||PPT.|
|Failed to score||5||3||2|
Defensor Sporting Club is a sports club based in Montevideo, Uruguay. Founded in 1913, Defensor has several sports sections, with football and basketball being the most important and the ones in which the club has achieved significant achievements in Uruguay and internationally.
It is the third most highest winning club in Uruguay, with 25 official titles, only surpassed by Peñarol and Club Nacional de Football. The club's best performance at the international stage was in 2014, when they reached the semi-finals of the Copa Libertadores, eventually losing to Club Nacional 2–1 on aggregate. They have won the Uruguayan Championship four times: in 1976, 1987, 1991, and 2007-08. Their 1976 title win was especially notable in Uruguay's football history as it ended 44 years of dominance by Nacional and Peñarol.
Founded on March 15, 1913, as Club Atlético Defensor, the name of the club was changed in 1989 to Defensor Sporting Club after a merger with Sporting Club Uruguay. They played in the first professional league season in Uruguay, the 1932 Uruguayan Primera División
Defensor has won many qualifying tournaments (Pre-Liguilla) to the Copa Libertadores and has represented Uruguay on numerous occasions internationally. Regarded as one of the teams that creates and develops many players in Uruguay that become successful players worldwide, It is the first club of numerous players like Jorge "Polilla" da Silva, Sergio "Manteca" Martínez, Sebastián Abreu, Andrés Fleurquin, Marcelo Tejera, Darío Silva, Gonzalo Vargas, Diego "Ruso" Pérez, Nicolás Olivera, Martín Cáceres, Maxi Pereira, Álvaro González, and Tabaré Viúdez.
Legendary coach Prof. José Ricardo de León brought Defensor to the national championship in 1976 and originated a football (fútbol) school of thought, consistently criticized as ultra defensive, that is still present nowadays in several teams and coaches.
In September 2007, the club was considered the World's Club Team of the Month by the IFFHS.
Defensor Sporting's most famous supporter is singer/composer Jaime Roos.