Jaguares de Córdoba is a professional Colombian football team based in Montería, that plays in the Categoría Primera A. They play their home games at the Jaraguay stadium.
The team was created on December 5, 2012 at a meeting held by team president Nelson Soto Duque, the mayor of Montería, and the governor of Córdoba. In an initiative led by the Montería city hall and the Córdoba government, with support from local companies, an agreement was reached with the direction to move Sucre F.C. from Sincelejo to Montería from 2013 under the name Jaguares de Córdoba.
The best performance of the team in the top tier was achieved in the 2017 season. In the Torneo Apertura, the team placed 5th, thus qualifying for the knockout stage for the first time ever.
Estadio Jaraguay (known as Estadio Municipal de Montería until December 2015) is a multi-use stadium in Montería, Colombia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium was built in 2012 for the National Games of Colombia, with a capacity of 8,000 people, which was raised by 4,000 seats in 2017 with the construction of a new grandstand. Jaguares de Córdoba play their home matches at this stadium. In December 2015, the stadium was renamed to Jaraguay after the name was chosen from a list provided by citizens in a contest organized through the website of the Municipality of Montería. Jaraguay was a Zenú Cacique who ruled in what is now Montería.