Textil Mandiyú are an Argentina Football club, their home town is Corrientes, in the Province of Corrientes in North East Argentina. They currently play in Zone B of the regionalised 4th level of Argentinian football Torneo Argentino B.
The Club were founded on December 14, 1952, by a group of textile workers from the Tipoiti textile factory in Corrientes. the original name of the club was Club Deportivo Tipoiti, but because the Argentine Football Association didn't accept commercial company names they changed the name to their current one. "Mandiyú" means cotton in the indigenous language of Guarani.
The clubs most successful period came between 1988 and 1995 where they contested 7 streight seasons in the Primera División. During this era their best finishes were 3rd in Clausura 1991 and 6th in Apertura 1991. Diego Maradona briefly coached the team in 1993.