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Venezuela national under-17 football team

Venezuela
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Federación Venezolana
de Fútbol
Confederation CONMEBOL (South America)
Head coach Ceferino Bencomo
Captain Franko Diaz
Home stadium Estadio Polideportivo de Pueblo Nuevo
Estadio José Pachencho Romero
Estadio Olímpico Luis Ramos
FIFA code VEN

Current squad

Squad for 2013 South American Under-17 Football Championship

 #  Name Pos DOB

Club

1 Pedro Ramos GK 28/02/1996 Caracas F.C.
2 Juan Miguel Tineo DF 13/04/1995 Atlético Venezuela
3 Jesus Nuñez DF - Ferro Carril Oeste
4 José Marrufo DF 12/05/1996 Caracas F.C.
5 Andres Benitez MF 22/03/1996 Trujillanos FC
6 Franko Diaz DF 06/02/1996 Deportivo Lara
7 Ronaldo Peña FW 10/05/1997 Caracas F.C.
8 Eduardo Maceira MF 30/04/1996 Deportivo La Guaira
9 Andres Ponce FW 11/11/1996 Deportivo Táchira
10 David Zalzman MF 04/03/1996 Deportivo Anzoátegui
11 Luis Rodriguez MF - Atletico San Luis
12 Beycker Velasquez GK - Caracas F.C.
13 Jose Hernandez MF 26/06/1997 Caracas F.C.
14 Francisco Lamantia MF 24/02/1996 Estudiantes de Merida
15 Jose Caraballo FW 22/02/1996 Caracas F.C.
16 Samuel Marquina MF - Lleida Esportiu
17 Jhony Camacho MF 01/08/1996 Deportivo Petare
18 Leomar Pinto MF 17/03/1997 Caracas F.C.
19 Jose Marquez FW 21/02/1996 Estudiantes de Merida
20 Douglas Martinez MF 10/07/1996 Yaracuyanos FC
21 Diego Osio DF - CIV Valencia
22 Enmis Rodriguez GK - Carabobo FC
23 Adalberto Peñaranda FW - Deportivo La Guaira

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