Colombia’s Golden Generation: Copa America 2024 Squad Announced

Steeped in football history, the Federación Colombiana de Fútbol, founded in 1924, unveils its roster for the upcoming Copa America 2024. With an average height of 1.79m and an average age of 26.5, Colombia brings a dynamic mix of youth and experience to the tournament. The nation, known for its passionate football culture, is ready to witness their team chase glory on the continental stage.

Key Achievements

Colombia, boasting a rich football tradition, has seen success on various fronts. The Copa America 2024 squad aspires to add another chapter to the nation’s storied football history.

Squad Highlights

Goalkeepers

  1. José Luis Chunga (Independiente Medellín)
  2. Álvaro Montero (Los Millonarios Bogotá)
  3. David Ospina (Al-Nassr ar-Riyāḍ)
  4. Camilo Vargas (Atlas Guadalajara)

Defenders

  1. Cristian Borja (Sporting Braga)
  2. Santiago Arias (FC Cincinnati)
  3. Carlos Cuesta (KRC Genk)
  4. Willer Ditta (Cruz Azul México)
  5. Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors)
  6. Andrés Llinás (Los Millonarios Bogotá)
  7. Jhon Lucumí (Bologna FC)
  8. Deiver Machado (RC Lens)
  9. Yerry Mina (AC Fiorentina)
  10. Johan Mojica (Osasuna Pamplona)
  11. Juan David Mosquera (Portland Timbers)
  12. Yerson Mosquera (FC Cincinnati)
  13. Daniel Muñoz (KRC Genk)
  14. Alexis Pérez (Al-Wasl Dubai)
  15. Andrés Reyes (New York Red Bulls)
  16. Andrés Salazar (Atlético Nacional Medellín)
  17. Davinson Sánchez (Galatasaray SK)
  18. Devan Tanton (Fulham FC)
  19. Samuel Velásquez (Atlético Nacional Medellín)
  20. Brayan Vera (Real Salt Lake)

Midfielders

  1. Yaser Asprilla (Watford FC)
  2. Jhon Arias (Fluminense FC RJ)
  3. Wílmar Barrios (Zenit Sankt-Peterburg)
  4. Jaminton Campaz (Rosario Central)
  5. Jorman Campuzano (CA Boca Juniors)
  6. Jorge Carrascal (Dinamo Moskva)
  7. Kevin Castaño (Cruz Azul México)
  8. Daniel Cataño (Los Millonarios Bogotá)
  9. Juan Cuadrado (Inter Milano)
  10. Sebastián Gómez (Coritiba FC PR)
  11. Jefferson Lerma (Crystal Palace FC)
  12. Henry Mosquera (Red Bull Bragantino SP)
  13. Nelson Palacio (Real Salt Lake)
  14. Jader Quiñónes (América Cali)
  15. Juan Fernando Quintero (Racing Club Avellaneda)
  16. Richard Ríos (SE Palmeiras SP)
  17. James Rodríguez (São Paulo FC SP)
  18. Daniel Ruiz Rivera (Los Millonarios Bogotá)
  19. David Silva (Los Millonarios Bogotá)
  20. Mateus Uribe (Al-Sadd SC)
  21. Yilmar Velásquez (Independiente Santa Fe)

Forwards

  1. Rafael Santos Borré (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  2. Cristian Arango (Real Salt Lake)
  3. Dylan Borrero (New England Revolution)
  4. Diber Cambindo (Cruz Azul México)
  5. Mateo Cassierra (Zenit Sankt-Peterburg)
  6. Jhon Córdoba (FK Krasnodar)
  7. Óscar Cortés (RC Lens)
  8. Luis Díaz (Liverpool FC)
  9. Jhon Durán (Aston Villa FC)
  10. Andrés Gómez (Real Salt Lake)
  11. Cucho Hernández (Columbus Crew)
  12. Roger Martínez (Racing Club Avellaneda)
  13. Santiago Moreno (Portland Timbers)
  14. Ian Poveda (Leeds United)
  15. Radamel Falcao (Rayo Vallecano Madrid)
  16. Luis Sinisterra (AFC Bournemouth)
  17. Diego Valoyes (FC Juárez)

Conclusion

Colombia, fueled by a blend of seasoned veterans and promising talents, is set to ignite the Copa America 2024. With a legacy of football brilliance behind them, the squad aims to showcase the nation’s skill, passion, and determination on the South American stage. As the players don the iconic yellow jersey, Colombian fans worldwide eagerly await the unfolding drama, hoping for a performance that echoes the glory of their footballing heritage.


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