Fixtures

Argentina Nacional B 05/28 00:10 17 Temperley vs Gimnasia Mendoza - View
Argentina Nacional B 06/01 18:00 18 Gimnasia Mendoza vs CA Brown de Adrogue - View
Argentina Nacional B 06/08 18:00 19 Almagro vs Gimnasia Mendoza - View
Argentina Nacional B 06/22 18:00 20 Defensores de Belgrano vs Gimnasia Mendoza - View
Argentina Nacional B 06/29 18:00 21 Gimnasia Mendoza vs CA Chaco For Ever - View
Argentina Nacional B 07/06 18:00 22 CA San Telmo vs Gimnasia Mendoza - View

Results

Argentina Nacional B 05/19 18:30 16 [12] Gimnasia Mendoza v CD Moron [11] W 2-1
Argentina Cup 05/15 18:00 5 Gimnasia Mendoza v Club Atletico Mitre L 0-1
Argentina Nacional B 05/12 20:30 15 [8] Nueva Chicago v Gimnasia Mendoza [11] L 2-1
Argentina Nacional B 05/04 18:30 14 [9] Gimnasia Mendoza v Deportivo Maipu [16] L 0-1
Argentina Nacional B 04/28 19:30 13 [10] Gimnasia Mendoza v Gimnasia y Tiro [6] D 0-0
Argentina Nacional B 04/21 14:30 12 [11] Club Atletico Mitre v Gimnasia Mendoza [13] W 0-1
Argentina Cup 04/18 00:15 6 Union Santa Fe v Gimnasia Mendoza W 1-2
Argentina Nacional B 04/13 19:00 11 [10] Gimnasia Mendoza v CA Aldosivi [4] L 2-3
Argentina Nacional B 04/07 21:00 10 [17] Estudiantes Rio Cuarto v Gimnasia Mendoza [9] D 1-1
Argentina Cup 04/03 19:45 6 Union Santa Fe v Gimnasia Mendoza - PPT.
Argentina Nacional B 03/30 18:00 9 [14] Gimnasia Mendoza v Colon [1] W 2-0
Argentina Nacional B 03/25 19:00 8 [16] Almirante Brown v Gimnasia Mendoza [13] D 0-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 39 20 19
Wins 15 12 3
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 15 5 10
Goals for 51 35 16
Goals against 49 19 30
Clean sheets 8 5 3
Failed to score 12 5 7

Club Atlético Gimnasia y Esgrima (usually known as Gimnasia y Esgrima de Mendoza) is an Argentine football club located in the city of Mendoza. They currently plays in the Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.

History

The first football team of the club.

The club was founded in 1890 as "Club de Esgrima" (Fencing Club) with Dr. Carlos Ponce as its first president. In 1893 a group of members came up with new ideas, proposing to encourage the practice of other sports, mainly basque pelota. Therefore, the club was renamed "Club de Pelota". In 1894 the club leaders acquired a land in Mendoza.

In 1902, several departments were created, including the football section. For that purpose the club asked the Government of Mendoza a land in Parque General San Martín, which gave 5 hectares. That same year the club changed its name to "Club Social de Gimnasia y Esgrima", creating two divisions: one of them taking over sports such as gymnastics, martial arts, fencing among others. The other division focused on football only.

Gimnasia y Esgrima in 1923

In 1910 the club toured outside the Province for the first time, playing a match against Club Atlético Sanjuanino in San Juan province. Gimnasia y Esgrima won the match by 2–0.

On July 13, 1913, the team played its first Mendocino derby facing Independiente Rivadavia.

In 1917 Gimnasia y Esgrima played other friendly matches in Córdoba Province previously to arrive to Buenos Aires in 1921, when played Huracán and Boca Juniors. In 1922 Gimnasia was the first team to win the Mendoza Regional league tournament. One year later, Gimnasia y Esgrima crowned champion again, being the first club of Mendoza to win two consecutive championships. The squad won a playoff game against Independiente Rivadavia after both teams finished in the first place at the end of the season.

The squad would win the league again in 1931 and 1933. One year later, the Lobo inaugurated the first stadium in Mendoza Province, playing a friendly match against Gimnasia y Esgrima de Santa Fe. The match finished in a 2–2 draw. Gimnasia y Esgrima won new regional titles in 1937 and 1939.

Gimnasia y Esgrima de Mendoza, commonly known as Gimnasia Mendoza, is a professional soccer team based in Mendoza, Argentina. The club was founded in 1908 and has a rich history in Argentine soccer.

Gimnasia Mendoza plays their home matches at the Estadio Víctor Antonio Legrotaglie, which has a capacity of around 14,000 spectators. The team's colors are blue and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and intense rivalries with other clubs in the region.

Over the years, Gimnasia Mendoza has had periods of success in Argentine soccer, competing in various divisions of the league system. The team has a strong youth development program and has produced talented players who have gone on to play at the highest levels of the sport.

Gimnasia Mendoza is known for their attacking style of play and their never-say-die attitude on the field. The club has a loyal following of supporters who cheer them on through thick and thin, making them a beloved institution in Argentine soccer.