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URUGUAYAN PRIMERA DIVISION

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Peñarol 11 3 1 36
2 Nacional 9 3 3 30
3 Wanderers 8 4 3 28
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Nacional punished for fans' Chapecoense plane crash taunts

Nacional fans watch their team in action against Chapecoense in the Copa Libertadores.
At least two Nacional fans mocked the plane crash that killed 71 people.

CONMEBOL have fined Nacional and ordered the Uruguayan club to play their next three games behind closed doors after some supporters mocked the plane crash that killed most of Brazilian squad Chapecoense two years ago.

The disciplinary court of the South American governing body announced the sanction and the $80,000 fine late on Monday.

At least two Nacional fans made gestures with their arms imitating a plane crash during Nacional's 1-0 victory at Chapecoense on Jan. 31 in the first leg of a Copa...

Chapecoense knocked out of Copa Libertadores by Nacional

Brazil's Chapecoense was knocked out by Uruguay's Nacional in the Copa Libertadores.

MONTEVIDEO -- Brazil's Chapecoense have been knocked out of the prestigious Copa Libertadores after a surprising qualification for the South American cup last year.

The Brazilians lost to Uruguay's Nacional 1-0 on Wednesday, the same score of the first leg in the pre-group match.

Chapecoense qualified for the tournament only one year after they lost 19 players in an air crash in Colombia in November 2016.

Nacional's goals in both matches were scored by Santiago Romero. The Uruguayan club will play...

 By Tim Vickery

Club football in Uruguay struggling against global pressures

Nacional were the last Uruguayan team to win the Copa Libertadores back in 1988.

The Uruguayan Primera Division got underway this weekend with one of its teams missing.

On the eve of the kickoff, El Tanque Sisley pulled out due to not being able to pay their debts. And so the championship proceeds with the awkward, odd number of 15 participating clubs.

The size of the debt in question seems, by the standard of global football, almost laughably puny. El Tanque Sisley allegedly owe some $357,000, but have only been able to raise around $250,000.

Uruguay is limited by its size....

Chapecoense want Nacional expelled from Copa Lib for fan behaviour

On August 7th, Chapecoense's Alan Ruschel played in his first game since the tragic plane crash in November 2016.

ASUNCION, Paraguay -- Brazilian football club Chapecoense have asked South America's football governing body to expel Uruguayan club Nacional from the Copa Libertadores after some of their fans mocked the plane crash that killed most of the Chapecoense squad two years ago.

Chapecoense said Friday they asked CONMEBOL to postpone the teams' second-leg match on Wednesday if it can't make a ruling on their request by then. The request is based on tournament rules set by CONMEBOL that make clubs responsible...

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Barcelona's Luis Suarez: 'Privileged to have pitch in my name' at Nacional

Luis Suarez beat a number of Atletico defenders before scoring his seventh-minute goal.
Barcelona's Luis Suarez debuted with Uruguay's Nacional at age 18.

Barcelona star Luis Suarez was moved to tears after his former club Nacional, in Montevideo, Uruguay, named a new training pitch after him.

Suarez, who has been playing football away from his home country for the past 11 years, Suarez returned to Nacional on Wednesday to receive the honour.

Suarez, who made his debut at 18, spoke at length with visible emotion and told a group of young players: "Here at Nacional I've been treated spectacularly always, I'm very grateful for having started here at...