Alberto Garcia

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Alberto Garcia (710821)
Preceded by
The Insane
Season 30
Succeeded by
Hapoel Nahariya
Club information
Nickname Alberto
Country  Guatemala
Geographical area North America
Foundation 14-03-2005
Stadium Alberto Garcia Arena (67 500 seats)
Manager aglopez
Prize shelf
HT Masters.PNGCupseason56.png Cupseason56.png
Division I.PNG Division I.PNG Division II.PNG Division III.PNG

Alberto Garcia was a Guatemalan club founded by aglopez.
The team won the Hattrick Masters III and then went bankrupt shortly after the Masters victory.


Alberto Garcia holds a few records:

619 HatStats in match (95597671).
118.5 Stars in Masters final (96146622) (a record for Hattrick Masters matches all over).


Season League Position Cup round Hattrick Masters Trophies
31 (7) II.3 2° round
30 (6) Liga del Quetzal 9° round CHAMPION HT Masters.PNG
29 (5) Liga del Quetzal CHAMPION 1° round Division I.PNGCupseason56.png
28 (4) Liga del Quetzal 7° round 1° round Division I.PNG
27 (3) Liga del Quetzal CHAMPION Cupseason56.png
26 (2) II.2 5° round Division II.PNG
25 (1) III.2 - Division III.PNG


  • Season 6:  ? with ? goals.
  • Season 5: Spain Alberto Francia with 6 goals.
  • Season 4:  Matías Pugliese with 19 goals.
  • Season 3: Denmark Heinrich Frost with 4 goals.
  • Season 2: Denmark Heinrich Frost with 16 goals.
  • Season 1:  Ismael Álvarez with 12 goals.


2 (CHAMPION of local seasons 4, 5).
2 (CHAMPION of local seasons 3, 5).
1 (local seasons 5).
  • Hattrick Masters
1 (CHAMPION of global season 30).

Victory in Hattrick Masters III

The audience of the third final was very disappointing and the stadium was just filled by a third. Only 65 504 people come to see the match between Alberto Garcia (from Guatemala) and Fc Pärtna (from Estonia). The crowd looked very lost in the huge stadium placed in the north of Germany.

Here is an article about the third Masters, written by Staleno:

The Final

To be perfectly honest this was a disappointing final in my opinion. As both managers were unable to log in and set the lineup before the match, the game was pretty much decided even before it started. And only 65504 spectators bothered to show up in the huge Holstein Stadion in Germany to see Alberto Garcia from Guatemala crush FC Pärtna 4-0. Joshua Duilach scored the last goal and became the top scorer of the tournament with 10 goals. But his talent will probably go down the drain together with his club.

The final between the two ghost teams was the cause of a heated debate on the conferences though. For the third time in a row the winner of the Masters loses his team. Should it have to be necessary to sacrifice your team to win the Masters? Some people, like aglopez (the manager of Alberto Garcia) clearly think so, but most people disagree.

The question remains; when will we see the first team that survives after winning the Hattrick Masters? I’m confident it will happen eventually, and hopefully it will happen already next season. I plan to stick around to see, and I hope you will too! Thank you for staying with me through the tournament. I also want to thank the HT-team for giving me the opportunity to bring the Masters out to all of you.

(c) by staleno, source is

Final match players (05-10-2006)


Volker Bugera Switzerland, 28 years old


Amza Simion Romania, 30 years old


Mladen Brekalo Croatia, 27 years old


Antonio Manuel Tévez Peru, 28 years old

Centre Midfield

Henrik Claesson Sweden, 30 years old
Zénó Latinovics Hungary, 29 years old

Attacking Midfielder

Gábor Illyés Hungary, 29 years old
Albino Espin Templado Spain, 30 years old

Right Winger

Erwin Dorner Austria, 27 years old

Right Forward

Joshua Duilach Scotland, 29 years old

Centre Forward

Eric Gander France, 28 years old