Unleashing the Fury: Venezuela’s Dynamic Squad for Copa America 2024

Founded in 1926 and a FIFA member since 1952, the Federación Venezolana de Fútbol proudly unveils the Venezuela national football team for the much-anticipated Copa America 2024. With an average height of 1.79m and an average age of 25.5, La Vinotinto is ready to dazzle the football world with its blend of skill, tenacity, and youthful exuberance.

Key Characteristics

Venezuela, known as La Vinotinto (The Burgundy), has undergone a footballing renaissance in recent years. The team’s commitment to attacking flair, coupled with a solid defensive foundation, makes them a formidable force in the CONMEBOL region. As they step onto the Copa America stage, Venezuela is poised to make a resounding statement.

Squad Highlights

Goalkeepers

  1. Alain Baroja (Caracas FC, Venezuela)
  2. Joel Graterol (Panaitolikos GFS, Greece)
  3. Rafael Romo (Universidad Católica Quito, Ecuador)

Defenders

  1. Jon Aramburu (Real Sociedad B, Spain)
  2. Wilker Ángel (Aucas Quito, Ecuador)
  3. Jhon Chancellor (Necaxa Aguascalientes, Mexico)
  4. Yohán Cumana (Once Caldas, Colombia)
  5. Nahuel Ferraresi (São Paulo FC, Brazil)
  6. Andrés Ferro (Central Córdoba Santiago del Estero, Argentina)
  7. Jean Fuentes (Metropolitanos Caracas, Venezuela)
  8. Alexander González (Caracas FC, Venezuela)
  9. Ronald Hernández (Atlanta United, USA)
  10. Luis Mago (CA Banfield, Argentina)
  11. Christian Makoun (New England Revolution, USA)
  12. Miguel Navarro (Chicago Fire, USA)
  13. Yordan Osorio (Parma Calcio, Italy)
  14. Renné Rivas (Caracas FC, Venezuela)
  15. Roberto Rosales (Sport Recife, Brazil)
  16. Rafael Uzcátegui (Mineros Guayana, Venezuela)
  17. Carlos Vivas (Deportivo Táchira, Venezuela)

Midfielders

  1. Eduard Bello (Mazatlán FC, Mexico)
  2. Pedro Álvarez (Deportivo La Guaira, Venezuela)
  3. Jesús Bueno (Philadelphia Union, USA)
  4. Cristian Cásseres Jr. (Toulouse FC, France)
  5. Edson Castillo (Kaizer Chiefs Soweto, South Africa)
  6. Carlos Faya (CDA Navalcarnero, Spain)
  7. Yangel Herrera (Girona FC, Spain)
  8. José Andrés Martínez (Philadelphia Union, USA)
  9. Júnior Moreno (FC Cincinnati, USA)
  10. Jhon Murillo (Atlético San Luis, Mexico)
  11. Rómulo Otero (Aucas Quito, Ecuador)
  12. Daniel Pereira (Austin FC, USA)
  13. Nicola Profeta (Deportivo Cali, Colombia)
  14. Tomás Rincón (Santos FC, Brazil)
  15. Telasco Segovia (Sampdoria Genova, Italy)
  16. Yeferson Soteldo (Santos FC, Brazil)

Forwards

  1. Yerson Chacón (Deportivo Táchira, Venezuela)
  2. Brayan Alcócer (Boston River Montevideo, Uruguay)
  3. Sergio Córdova (Vancouver Whitecaps, Canada)
  4. Daniel de Sousa (UCV Caracas, Venezuela)
  5. Matías Lacava (FC Vizela, Portugal)
  6. Darwin Machís (Cádiz CF, Spain)
  7. Alejandro Marqués (Estoril Praia, Portugal)
  8. David Martínez (Monagas SC, Venezuela)
  9. Josef Martínez (Inter Miami CF, USA)
  10. Eric Ramírez (Atlético Nacional Medellín, Colombia)
  11. José Riasco (Boston River Montevideo, Uruguay)
  12. Salomón Rondón (River Plate Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  13. Jefferson Savarino (Real Salt Lake, USA)
  14. Samuel Sosa (Emelec Guayaquil, Ecuador)
  15. Moisés Tablante (Orlando City B, USA)
  16. Ernesto Torregrossa (Pisa SC, Italy)

Conclusion

Venezuela’s Copa America 2024 squad is a testament to the nation’s footballing prowess. With a talented roster spanning various leagues worldwide, La Vinotinto is set to embrace the challenge and leave an indelible mark on the tournament. The players, fueled by passion and determination, aim to make Venezuela a footballing force to be reckoned with. As the team marches onto the pitch, they carry the hopes and dreams of a nation, ready to etch their legacy in the annals of Copa America history.


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