Club de Deportes Santiago Wanderers S.A.D.P., is a Chilean football club based in the city of Valparaíso. Founded on 15 August 1892, Wanderers is Chile's oldest football club.
Their home games are played at the Elías Figueroa Stadium, which has a capacity of 20,500 seats.
It was one of the founding members of the Asociación Profesional Porteña, where it remained between 1940 and 1943, playing their first professional tournaments.
In all those years (1897 to 1943), the club won 12 championships, (10 amateur, and 2 professionals).
In 1944 Santiago Wanderers finally joined the national professional football tournament, the Primera División; where, is the third most successful team outside Santiago, with three national league titles.
In 2008 the professional football section of the club moved away from the Santiago Wanderers Corporation, to become a Sports Joint stock company under the name Club de Deportes Santiago Wanderers S.A.D.P., while other branches of the club continue to be managed by the nonprofit corporation that managed the football until 2007