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Visualizar - Sub Internacional
Content
• Message from the President
• Clubs
• Calendar
• Regulations
• Schools
• Referees
• U-15 Tournament History
• Venues
• Mexico: Places of interest
• LIGA Bancomer MX - History
• Directory
• Social Media
Welcome to the Second U15 International Tournament.
The Liga Bancomer MX is proud to undertake this project in which we trust faithfully. On different occasions we
have expressed the importance of the development of our youth teams has on the Mexican soccer family.
In football, as in life, young people are the basis to achieve a better future.
In Mexican, we have been enhancing, upgrading and increasing our competitions of minor divisions for the last
five years. We started with the U-20 and U-17 tournaments that later changed from long to short tournaments; later
the U15 competition was born, which takes place twice a year, and they are now played every weekend; we also host
the U13 and U15 international tournaments, for which three of the most important leagues in the world are gathered
here today.
First, I want to welcome our guests on behalf of all those who make up the Liga Bancomer MX. The Bundesliga
(Germany) and the Major League Soccer (United States) are examples for the family of world football leagues and we
are proud to be able to share and exchange knowledge and methods.
Of course, most importantly, together we promote the football level for young players, and that they may
accumulate as many experiences in these two weeks of competition, not only in the sports but also in values as people.
I hope our guests feel at home, Mexico welcomes you with open arms.
Eight clubs will dispute the U15 International tournament title, which will take place from Tuesday, August 11th
thru August 23rd: Eintracht Frankfurt, Borussia Mönchengladbach, FC Dallas, Chicago Fire, America, Guadalajara, Atlas
and Pachuca. They will all exhibit their talent in this tournament to be held in Mexico City on the courts of the training
center and the grand finale will be held in the historic Azteca Stadium.
Those who compose the Liga Bancomer MX and the Mexican Football Federation, from the administrative area
to the Referees, are very excited about this second edition of the U15 International tournament; live these weeks with
the same passion as the players on the field.
The League Bancomer MX, is always looking to improve and better the development of the Mexican soccer,
and we are proud to welcome the Bundesliga, MLS and our four representatives. The ball will start rolling, as will the
dreams of the future stars of international football.
Enrique Bonilla
Executive President LIGA MX / ASCENSO MX
Clubs
América
Club America was founded on October 12, 1916, in Mexico City. ¨The Eagles¨ are one of the two teams that have
participated in all national football tournaments since the professional era. It has the historic Azteca Stadium, as their
venue for their local matches.
In the 1965-1966 season, ¨the Eagles¨ won their first title in the professional era. With the birth of the leagues in
1970-1971, they won their second championship, beating the Devils of Toluca, and therefore becoming the first winning
team with this new format.
The 80´s were a memorable decade for Club America. They earned five titles in that time period. They had
difficult times until the summer of 2002 when under the command of Manuel Lapuente they conquered their ninth
star.
Throughout its history, they have had many high level players, some emblematic as: Alfredo Tena, Cristóbal
Ortega, Carlos Reinoso, Héctor Miguel Zelada, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, among others.
Recently, the ¨America’s Eagles¨ have lived great moments. They have played three finals in the last five
tournaments, crowned in 2013 closing and opening 2014 before Cruz Azul and Tigres, respectively. Currently, they are
champions of the Concacaf Champions League and will participate in the next FIFA Club World Cup, which will take
place in December 2015.
Atlas
¨The foxes¨, mote that is known to Club Atlas, is a team of Jalisco, which was founded on August 15, 1916. It
currently belongs to Grupo Salinas and the bench is headed by the Uruguayan Gustavo Matosas.
The Red and Black team is characterized by its loyal and passionate fans, despite having only one title in the
professional soccer league, dating back to the 1950-1951 season.
Precisely, the only title won by Atlas was earned against their fiercest rival, The Chivas Rayadas of Guadalajara, in
an unforgettable finale, which will always be remembered by the Guadalajara fans.
After a dream stage, the foxes descended to the second division in the 1953-1954 season, although they only
lasted one year in that category before they returned to the maximum circuit.
The story repeated itself, as Atlas descended in 1971 and 1978. However, on both occasions the institution took
only a year to retrieve the category, as was previous the case.
In addition to a League title, the Guadalajara club won four Cup titles in the 45-46, 49-50, 61-62 and 67-68.
Guadalajara
Club Guadalajara is one of the most traditional in Mexico. One of its main features has been to play throughout
its history with only Mexican players.
The colors red and white, and the striped shirt, are its distinctive. They nicknamed them “Chivas” or “Sacred
flock”. They represent the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, and play in the spectacular Omnilife Stadium. The Club was
founded in 1906.
Club Guadalajara has 11 league titles in the maximum circuit. The maximum idol in the history of the Rojiblancos
is Salvador “Chava” Reyes (1936-2012), who is the maximum scorer of the Club. Currently, the team has a representative
in world football: Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, the Manchester United striker, formerly of Real Madrid, was formed in
the minor divisions of Guadalajara.
The U-15 division of the Club has been a great leader of the tournaments organized by the LIGA MX. Chivas
has obtained the Championship four times: 2011, 2013 (twice) and 2014. They are directed by Miguel Angel Gamero,
32-year-old, originally from the city of Guadalajara. The coach has been working with the youth teams of Guadalajara
for more than five years.
Pachuca
The birthplace of the Mexican soccer takes place in Pachuca, in 1901 one of the firs clubs in the country was
founded, and it took them close to a century to find their golden age.
During the Amateur period, Pachuca was a major player of the Mexican football, and they won three league titles
and two Cup titles in a span of 15 years; but once they reached the professional level there was a lack of titles.
Their ups and downs between soccer’s first division and the second division were constant, up until the 1990s,
the re-engineering of the directors made the Tuzos a highly competitive team.
In 1999 they earned their first professional Championship, which triggered more than one decade of winnings, of
which they can boast of five local titles, four of the CONCACAF Champions League and a Copa Sudamericana.
Its maximum players fall into this golden age: Miguel Calero (RIP), Pablo Hernán Gómez, Damián Álvarez, Gabriel
Caballero, Jaime Correa, Christian Giménez and as coaches Javier Aguirre and Enrique Meza.
Borussia Mönchengladbach
Founded in 1900, it is one of the icon clubs in the Bundesliga since the 1970s to the present.
With an uncertain and hesitant beginning due to the first and second world war, the Borussia began taking force
in the 1960s when they got their first promotion to the Bundesliga in 1960, after descending, they returned to the
maximum German circuit in 1965, and five years later they earned their first title during the 1969-1970 season.
Under the guidance of Hennes Weisweiler, the team of Gladbach were able to earn three Bundes Championships
during those years, a German Cup and a UEFA Cup, the coach left in the year of 1975, but his teachings lasted until the
end of the decade earning the team a Tri-Championship by winning the 1976 and 1977 seasons; and they finished the
decade with the 1979 UEFA Cup.
In addition, Borussia can boast of two more Cup titles and second place in the 1977 UEFA Champions Cup, when
they lost against Liverpool.
One of their greatest player´s during the golden age of the 70´s was Jupp Heynckes, as well as Berti Vogts y
Rainer Bonhof, and later came the legendary Lothar Matthaüs and recently Marco Reus.
Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht Frankfurt is the name of a German FC with a tradition of more than 115 years; they play in the Bundesliga,
the highest German division. Their stadium is the Commerzbank-Arena with a capacity for 51,500 fans.
Last season they finished in ninth place. They nicknamed them the Eagles and in the 2007-2008 season, a
Mexican footballer played in the Club: Aarón Galindo.
Speaking of the U15 team, last season they were runner-up in the South Regional League, which is the highest
division for the German U15 teams.
Eintracht Frankfurt scored more points than in any other season, however they remained behind Stuttgart.
Internationally, the Club can boast a great success this year; they were champions of the Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup in
Texas, under the management of their coach, Anouar Ddaou.
Ddaou is the coach of Eintracht Frankfurt U-15 team since the summer of 2014, before he led the U-17 team of the
SV Wehen Wiesbaden where he won the Championship and the Hessen Cup. He is also the director of an Elite school
of sports and holds a degree in economics focused on finance.
Chicago Fire
Chicago Fire is one of the franchises that make up the Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States, which has
its headquarters in the city of Chicago in the State of Illinois.
The Fire or The Men in Red, as they are usually called, was founded in 1997 in honor of those who died in the
great fire of Chicago in 1971.
The Fire managed to become champion in their first disputed tournament, in 1998, reaching the finale against
the D.C. United, who won with a score of 2-0. They have also won four US Open Cups, which is the oldest event of the
American Union; they won the competitions in 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2006.
The Chicago Fire will compete for the second time in the U15 International tournament and they reached the
finals in the first edition, where they lost to Los Tuzos of Pachuca.
FC Dallas
FC Dallas is a Club with great history in the Major League Soccer (MLS); they were one of the founders in 1995.
Since its beginnings they have had a relationship with Mexico, Hugo Sánchez was the first player of the institution.
The team played their first match on April 14, 1996, in the Cotton Bowl against San José Clash. In 2004 they
changed their name, it ceased to be Dallas Burn and became FC Dallas. The colors that represent them are red, white
and blue in honor of the colors of the flags of the United States and State of Texas.
In 2010 the club earned its first Western Conference title by winning against LA Galaxy by three goals to zero.
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Regulations
In this section you will find articles from the rules of competition where the following topics are mentioned:
participating clubs, competition format, Groups, Points and the tie-breaking criteria format.
To see the complete rules of competition please visit the U-15 International Tournament web page.
B. Participants
ARTICLE 2
There are 4 Clubs from the Liga MX participating in this tournament, 2 Clubs from the Bundesliga and 2 Clubs
from the Major League Soccer (MLS) participating in this tournament:
The U15 International Tournament will take place in Mexico City,
from Tuesday, August 11th thru Sunday, August 23rd of 2015.
Regulations
A. Overview of Competition System
ARTICLE 3
The U-15 International Tournament competition will take place in two phases, namely: Qualification phase, in
which the teams will play a single match each team against all, in which the Clubs in Group A will play against the Clubs
in Group B, known as the round robin system; and the Grand Finale, to be played between the 2 clubs from each group
who have qualified.
B. Qualification Phase
ARTICLE 4
The qualification phase involves 8 clubs divided in 2 groups of 4 teams each.
The groups were formed by the Liga MX as follows:
GROUP 1
GROUP 2
ARTICLE 5
The points system will be observed in the qualification phase.
The location in the General classification table for groups, will be subject to the following:
5.1. Each game won will obtain three points.
5.2. Each game tied will obtain one point.
5.3 Each game lost will obtain zero points.
Regulations
C. Final Phase
ARTICLE 6
The U-15 International Tournament game system will be as follows:
ARTICLE 7
If at the end of the qualification phase (group matches), two or more clubs are tied in points, their position will be
determined according to the following criteria of breakpoints:
7.1. The greater difference among goals scored and received.
7.2. Greater number of goals scored.
7.3 Particular scores among the the tied clubs.
7.4 Points system in which the number of yellow and red cards in the U15 International Tournament are
counted.
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Club
América
México, D. F.
Calle del Toro No. 100
Col. Ex-Hacienda Coapa
Azteca
www.clubamerica.com.mx
Aforo: 92,000
Calzada de Tlalpan 3465, Santa Úrsula Coapa,
Coyoacán, Ciudad de México, D.F.
ClubAmerica
@CF_America
#335
#342
#346
Leonardo Y. Durán Sánchez
México | Mexico
07.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.63 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
Diego Lainez Leyva
México | Mexico
09.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.54 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 43 / 94.8
Óscar H. Ortega Gatica
México | Mexico
19.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 61 / 134.4
Luis E. Sáenz Salas
México | Mexico
MTS / FT: 1.64 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#385
#386
Edder R. Martínez Bahena
México | Mexico
23.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.57 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
L. DURÁN
D. LAINEZ
E. MARTÍNEZ
O. ORTEGA
#348
L. SÁENZ
#382
R. BALDOVINOS
#384
B. HERRERA
Ricardo A. Baldovinos Rojas
México | Mexico
18.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 61 / 134.4
Brian Herrera
México | Mexico
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#387
#388
#390
#391
Gerardo Martínez Romero
México | Mexico
15.04.00
MTS / FT: 1.55 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
Jersohn S. Martínez Jiménez
México | Mexico
26.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.58 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 49 / 108.0
José E. Miramontes Del Olmo
México | Mexico
25.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.54 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
Morrison A. Palma Peña
México | Mexico
12.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.47 / 4’8”
KG / LB: 38 / 83.7
Jesús I. Quintero Solano
México | Mexico
31.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 55.7 / 122.8
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
G. MARTÍNEZ
J. MARTÍNEZ
13.01.00
J. MIRAMONTES
M. PALMA
12.07.00
J. QUINTERO
J. RANGEL
Jorge A. Rangel Liñán
México | Mexico
22.12.58
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 62 / 136.6
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
/ AUGUST, 2015
#392
#393
#395
#396
#398
#402
Juan P. Ramírez González
México | Mexico
26.09.00
MTS / FT: 1.71 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 53.1 / 117
Paolo S. Ríos Vargas
México | Mexico
14.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.61 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
Gerardo Tecalco Vázquez
México | Mexico
24.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 64.6 / 142.4
Álvaro J. Aguilar Lara
México | Mexico
26.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.64 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
Alan E. Arreola Alvarado
México | Mexico
19.04.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
Luis A Martínez Ruíz
México | Mexico
17.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 66.1 / 145.7
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#403
#404
Alan I. Rodríguez Flores
México | Mexico
07.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 61.4 / 135.3
Luis Tinajero Stevens
México | Mexico
24.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.46 / 4’7”
KG / LB: 34 / 74.9
Pedro Vega Zambrano
México | Mexico
29.06.58
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 84 / 185.1
Fermín Márquez Pan
México | Mexico
31.03.77
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 76 / 167.5
Juan S. Gerardo Martínez
México | Mexico
08.03.66
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 62/ 136.6
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
P.F. / P.T.
FITNESSTRAINER
MÉDICO / M.D.
TEAMARZT
J. RAMÍREZ
P. RÍOS
A. RODRÍGUEZ
G. TECALCO
L. TINAJERO
P. VEGA
A. AGUILAR
F. MÁRQUEZ
A. ARREOLA
J. GERARDO
L. MARTÍNEZ
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Zapopan, Jal.
Atlas
Avenida Patria No. 1501,
Lomas del Valle,
Jalisco
http://atlas.com.mx
Aforo: 54,500
Siete Colinas 1772,
Col. Independencia, Guadalajara, Jal.
ClubAtlasFCOficial
@AtlasOficial
#346
#356
Marco A. Ruíz Zarco
México | Mexico
14.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 62 / 136.6
#382
#384
Ían J. Misael Torres Ramírez
México | Mexico
05.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.58 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 47 / 103.6
Ángel D. Uribe Martínez
México | Mexico
22.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
Eluzai J. Larios Ochoa
México | Mexico
09.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 53 / 116.8
José A. Adame Saldaña
México | Mexico
22.04.00
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
Aldo López Vargas
México | Mexico
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 56 / 123.4
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#386
#387
#388
#389
José J. Pérez Espinoza
México | Mexico
10.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.59 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 43 / 94.8
Marco Z. Terán González
México | Mexico
18.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
Miguel Á. Flores Mota
México | Mexico
04.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
Carlos A. Robles Jiménez
México | Mexico
11.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.52 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
Yair Dávila Guzmán
México | Mexico
22.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.59 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 43 / 94.8
Jesús A. Ramírez Cervantes
México | Mexico
06.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
M. RUÍZ
I. TORRES
J. PÉREZ
#381
A. URIBE
M. TERÁN
E. LARIOS
M. FLORES
J. ADAME
C. ROBLES
#385
A. LÓPEZ
#391
Y. DÁVILA
23.05.00
#392
J. RAMÍREZ
D. ALMARAL
Daniel Almaral Mendoza
México | Mexico
15.02.83
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 78 / 171.9
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
#393
#395
Israel Reyes Romero
México | Mexico
23.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.76 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
Eric F. Arizmendi Serrania
México | Mexico
21.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
Axel Franco Pita
México | Mexico
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#403
#404
Ángel J. Márquez Castañeda
México | Mexico
21.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.54 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 41 / 90.3
Julio A. Rangel Ortíz
México | Mexico
04.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 70 / 154.3
José Maguín Casillas
México | Mexico
21.08.53
MTS / FT: 1.63 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
Andrés Lomelí García
México | Mexico
10.11.69
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 64 / 141.1
Luis C. Carrillo Chávez
México | Mexico
08.03.89
MTS / FT: 1.68/ 5’5”
KG / LB: 67 / 148
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
UTILERO / E.M.
SERVICE
UTILERO / E.M.
SERVICE
I. REYES
E. ARIZMENDI
Á. MÁRQUEZ
#396
/ AUGUST, 2015
A. FRANCO
J. RANGEL
#397
#400
#402
Ismael Y. Olvera Chávez
México | Mexico
04.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
Jesús S. Ortíz Tijerina
México | Mexico
11.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
Ysir G. Álvarez Contreras
México | Mexico
05.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.73 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 61 / 134.4
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
I. OLVERA
24.05.00
J. MAGUÍN
A. LOMELÍ
J. ORTÍZ
L. CARRILLO
Y. ÁLVAREZ
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Borussia
Mönchengladbach
Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-W.
Hennes-Weisweiler-Allee 1,
41179 Mönchengladbach, Germany
Borussia Park
www.borussia.de
Aforo / Capacity: 54,000
Hennes-Weisweiler-Allee 1,
41179 Mönchengladbach, Germany
Borussia Mönchengladbach
@borussia
#1
J. OLSCHOWSKY
#2
M. ROMANO
#3
I. HATZIS
#4
F. KARWATH
#5
F. HEISE
#6
K. KURT
Jan J. Olschowsky
Marcello Romano
Ilias Hatzis
Florian Karwath
Florian Heise
Kaan Kurt
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 18.11.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 02.05.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 04.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 13.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 07.10.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 21.12.01
MTS / FT: 1.76 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 63 / 138.8
MTS / FT: 1.63 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 53 / 116.8
MTS / FT: 1.58 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 43 / 165.3
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 50 / 110.2
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
#7
M. ERKAN
#8
H. AFLAZ
#9
M. BAKALI
#10
#11
#12
C. NOSS
C. CALISKAN
F. CAKMAK
Mehmet U. Erkan
Hüseyin M. Aflaz
Mohamed el Bakali
Conor Noss
Cihan C. Caliskan
Furkan Cakmak
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 03.10.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 03.03.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 05.03.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 01.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 19.03.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 28.03.01
MTS / FT: 1.59 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 59 / 130
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 49 / 108
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
S. SCHUCHARDT
Sven Schuchardt
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 23.07.72
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
#13
K. RUBASZEWSKI
#14
B. KÖKTÜRK
#15
N. GOETTE
/ AUGUST, 2015
#16
N. TASSILO
#17
H. UYSAL
#18
T. GAAL
Kevin L. Rubaszewski
Baris Köktürk
Niklas Goette
Nils B. Tassilo Friebe
Hueseyin O. Uysal
Tom N. Gaal
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 02.03.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 16.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 27.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 08.05.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 24.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 03.03.01
MTS / FT: 1.73 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 56 / 123.4
MTS / FT: 1.61 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 49 / 108
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
MTS / FT: 1.85 / 6’0”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#19
J. BONGARD
#20
D. MÜLLERS
#30
F. THIENEL
M. ENACHE
R. INDERDOHNEN
P. KUX
Jordi Bongard
David C. Müllers
Felix Thienel
Mihai Enache
Ralf Inderdohnen
Patrick Kux
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 21.09.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 05.01.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 29.03.01
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 14.10.80
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 21.05.67
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 03.04.86
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
MTS / FT: 1.86 / 6’1”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
MTS / FT: 1.85 / 6’0”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
MTS / FT: 1.84 / 6’0”
KG / LB: 79 / 174.1
MTS / FT: 1.96 / 6’4”
KG / LB: 115 / 253.5
MTS / FT: 1.89 / 6’2”
KG / LB: 78 / 171.9
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
KINESIÓLOGO / P.T.
PHYSIOTHERAPEUT
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
New York, N.Y.
Chicago
Fire
420 Fifth Ave., 7th Floor
New York, N. Y. 10018
Toyota Park
www.chicago-fire.com
Aforo / Capacity: 20,000
7000 South Harlem Ave.
Bridgeview, IL, 60455
Chicago Fire
@ChicagoFire
#5
M. SILVAR
Michael J. Silvar
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.90 / 6’2”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
#6
B. ADAMSON-TATE
27.08.00
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
A. REYNOLDS II
#9
P. UGARTE
Andre P. Reynolds II
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
02.05.01
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
Pierce A. Ugarte
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#16
J. BURST
#17
O. CARRENO
Luke J. Baumgartner
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
23.10.00
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 50 / 110.2
Jude M. Burst
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.50 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 40 / 88.1
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
16.11.00
#10
V. VENTURA
Braden A. Adamson-Tate
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
28.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 55 / 121.2
#15
L. BAUMGARTNER
#8
05.03.00
A. ADETORO
Víctor Ventura Bezerra
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
50.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
Andrew Adetoro Akindele
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
12.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#18
D. RODRÍGUEZ
#20
L. CONNERY
Omar F. Carreno Quinto
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
13.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 50 / 110.2
Daniel Rodríguez
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 50 / 110.2
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
10.06.00
#12
Lawson Connery
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.50 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 40 / 88.1
#25
E. HUERTA
07.11.01
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
Eduardo Huerta
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.57 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 49 / 108
28.10.00
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
L. SUNDERLAND
Larry Sunderland
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.83 / 6’0”
KG / LB: 80 / 176.3
05.03.64
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
#26
A. LARA
Adrian Lara
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.90 / 6’2”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
#27
C. MARQUEZ
23.12.00
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
T. WALLIS
A. NGUYEN
Aaron Nguyen
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 56 / 123.4
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
14.04.00
#43
E. RUIZ
Jackson M. Weyman
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
15.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.78 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
S. ANDERSON
Stanley Anderson
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.82 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 113 / 249.1
Eduardo R. Ruiz
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 43 / 94.8
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
C. BENTLEY
07.02.67
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
Corey P. Bentley
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
22.03.00
C. THOMAS
27.02.91
UTILERO / E.M.
SERVICE
#47
C. MONTES
Konrad C. Rozanski
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
03.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
#99
J. WEYMAN
01.10.00
#42
K. ROZANSKI
Christian F. Marquez
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
21.09.00
MTS / FT: 1.55 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 49 / 108
#98
Thomas J. Wallis
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
#38
/ AUGUST, 2015
Christopher M. Thomas
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
13.07.89
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 70 / 154.3
KINESIÓLOGO / P.T.
PHYSIOTHERAPEUT
César A. Montes
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.78 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
07.03.00
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
FC Dallas
Frisco, TX
9200 World Cip Way, Suite 202
Frisco, TX, 75034, USA
Toyota Stadium
http://www.fcdallas.com/
Aforo / Capacity: 22,565
9200 World Cup Way, Suite 202
Frisco, TX, 75034, USA
FC Dallas
@FCDallas
#1
S. ZAVALA
Sebastián Zavala
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 47 / 103.6
#2
R. NEGERI
21.09.00
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
Roba Negeri
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.62 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
B. PADILLA
Brayan Padilla
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
J. GARCÍA
26.06.00
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#7
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
Edwin J. Cerrilo
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
E. ROMERO
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#9
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
Marcos Puga
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 70 / 154.9
08.12.00
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
Jalen R. James
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
H. SIMMONS
Harper L. Simmons
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#11
J. FERREIRA
10.05.00
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
#6
Octavio A. Gonzalez
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
17.04.00
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
#10
J. JAMES
02.08.00
#5
O. GONZALEZ
Eric Romero
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 68 / 149.9
M. PUGA
03.10.00
#4
José C. García
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
09.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
#8
E. CERRILLO
11.02.00
#3
19.03.01
#12
G. HOWARD III
Jesus D. Ferreira Castro
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
24.12.00
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
Gerald C. Howard III
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
17.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
J. SUAREZ
Jose de J. Suarez Cortez
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
25.04.80
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 93 / 154.9
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
#14
C. FUENTES
Chris A. Fuentes
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
#15
J. ALMAGUER
22.11.00
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
Jorge I. Almaguer
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
J. RIVERA
Jose A. Rivera
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
K. HYUK
21.09.00
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#20
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
Kevin J. Hyuk Kim
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
#17
A. MORALES
14.08.00
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
Adrián A. Morales
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 67 / 147.7
#18
A. MUÑOZ
19.03.00
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
Adrián Muñoz
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
#19
L. CRUZ
18.05.01
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
Luis M. Cruz
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.56 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
11.08.01
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#21
S. RIVERA
09.02.00
#16
/ AUGUST, 2015
Sebastián A. Rivera
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 47 / 103.6
S. MORENO
18.12.00
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
Salvador G. Moreno Bautista
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
06.10.86
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
C. HAYDEN
Charles C. Hayden
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
MTS / FT: 1.90 / 6’2”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
E. GUERRERO
02.04.68
P.F. / P.T.
FITNESSTRAINER
J. MORALES
Eduardo Guerrero Fuerte
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
10.09.69
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
Juventino Morales Rosas
E.U.A. | U.S.A.
17.07.86
MTS / FT: 1.79 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
MÉDICO / M.D.
TEAMARZT
E.A. / G.C.
TORWARTTRAINER
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Eintracht
Frankfurt
Frankfurt, Germany.
Mörfelder Landstraße 362,
60528 Frankfurt, Germany
Commerzbank-Arena
www.eintracht.de
Aforo / Capacity: 51,500
Mörfelder Landstraße 362,
60528 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Eintracht Frankfurt
@eintracht_eng
#1
P. HARBRECHT
#2
G. VELEANU
Paul L. Harbrecht
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 25.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 70 / 154.3
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
#5
#6
N. GERHARD
L. BURGER
Niklas P. Gerhard
Lucas Burger
Ibrahim M. Aral
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 14.06.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 21.04.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 28.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.78 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 71 / 156.5
MTS / FT: 1.79 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 69 / 152.1
MTS / FT: 1.76 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
Junior D. Neves Oliveira
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 12.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#9
M. KARAAHMET
#10
J. LEMMER
I. ARAL
#7
Giorgian-Andrei Veleanu
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 19.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
#8
M. RUMMEL
#4
#11
B. KOC
Mike Frank P. Rummel
Malik Karaahmet
Jakob E. Lemmer
Berkan Koc
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 21.01.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 18.01.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 26.04.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 30.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
MTS / FT: 1.71 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 57 / 125.6
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
J. NEVES
#12
F. BERGMANN
#13
S. DURNA
Serkan Durna
MTS / FT: 1.71 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
Flipe Bergmann Segovia
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 12.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 04.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
A. DDAOU
Anouar Ddaou
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 23.05.80
MTS / FT: 1.78 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 73 / 160.9
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
#14
L. CAIC
#15
C. BARLIK
Luis L. Caic
Cem Barlik
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 01.03.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 11.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 62 / 136.6
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
#16
J. TSHILUMBA
#17
M. BORAS
Marco Boras
MTS / FT: 1.83 / 6’0”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
Jean P. Tshilumba Kabuya
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 07.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
A. CAUSEVIC
Armin Causevic
Jose C. Navarro Krauss
Sabino Papagna
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 22.03.00
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 22.06.85
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 11.09.85
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 15.08.82
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 67 / 147.7
MTS / FT: 1.89 / 6’2”
KG / LB: 84 / 185.1
MTS / FT: 1.89 / 6’2
KG / LB: 78 / 171.9
MTS / FT: 1.78 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 110 / 242.5
MASAJISTA
MASSEUR
V. SAFARIDIS
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 62 / 136.6
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 28.09.01
M. GÄRTNER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
D. AMOAH-KWAFO
#19
Vladimiros Safaridis
Marvin Gärtner
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
#18
De-Graft Amoah-Kwafo
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 28.09.00
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 72 / 158.7
#22
J. NAVARRO
/ AUGUST, 2015
S. PAPAGNA
UTILERO / E.M.
SERVICE
ALEMANIA | GERMANY 10.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.81 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Guadalajara
Zapopan, Jal.
Madero 5840
Col. Jocotán
Omnilife
http://chivascampeon.com
Aforo: 45,174
Circuito JVC 2800
El Bajío, 45019, Zapopan, Jal.
Chivas
@Chivas
#381
#382
#383
#384
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#387
Víctor A. Alcaráz Díaz
México | Mexico
08.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.76 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 68 / 149.9
Luis A. Olivas Salcedo
México | Mexico
1 0.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
Deivoon A. Magaña Rico
México | Mexico
21.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.57 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
Eduardo B. Montes García
México | Mexico
11.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.73 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
Daniel López Pinedo
México | Mexico
12.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.55 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 41 / 90.3
Ricardo G. García Martínez
México | Mexico
30.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.42 / 4’6”
KG / LB: 37 / 81.5
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
DEFENSA
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V. ALCARÁZ
L. OLIVAS
I. MÁRQUEZ
D. MAGAÑA
A. TORRES
E. MONTES
G. GARCÍA
D. LÓPEZ
C. HERNÁNDEZ
R. GARCÍA
F. ORTEGA
M. PÉREZ
Irving A. Márquez Casas
México | Mexico
16.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.57 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
Alan E. Torres Villanueva
México | Mexico
19.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.50 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 36 / 79.3
Gilberto García Roa
México | Mexico
19.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.52 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 41 / 90.3
Carlos I. Hernández Peña
México | Mexico
04.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.54 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 41 / 90.3
Fernando P. Ortega Flores
México | Mexico
17.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.48 / 4’8”
KG / LB: 43 / 94.8
Marco A. Pérez Sánchez
México | Mexico
21.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.77 / 5’8”
KG / LB: 74 / 164.4
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
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M. GAMERO
Miguel Á. Gamero Villalobos
México | Mexico
30.09.82
MTS / FT: 1.75/ 5’7”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
/ AUGUST, 2015
#395
#396
#397
#399
#400
#401
Alexis H. Gutiérrez Torres
México | Mexico
26.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 40 / 88.1
Alejandro A. Jara García
México | Mexico
17.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.64 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 57 / 125.6
Diego A. Maldonado
México | Mexico
24.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.73 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 66 / 145.5
Alejandro Rivero López
México | Mexico
14.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 65 / 143.3
César S. Huerta Valera
México | Mexico
03.12.00
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 60 / 132.2
César I. López de Alba
México | Mexico
10.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.76 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 78 / 171.9
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
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#402
#404
A. GUTIÉRREZ
A. JARA
D. ROGER
Dillon Roger Cota
México | Mexico
MTS / FT: 1.74 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 74 / 163.1
D. MALDONADO
P. CASILLAS
23.06.00
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
R. BAÉZA
Pedro A. Casillas Beas
México | Mexico
26.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.58 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 44 / 97
Rmón Baéza López
México | Mexico
01.08.74
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 75 / 165.3
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
A. RIVERO
G. CALVILLO
Guillermo Calvillo Cervantes
México | Mexico
31.10.79
MTS / FT: - / KG / LB: - / -
P.F. / P.T.
FITNESSTRAINER
C. HUERTA
E. ROQUE
Enrique Roque Armas
México | Mexico
05.09.50
MTS / FT: 1.65 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 70/ 154.3
MÉDICO / M.D.
TEAMARZT
C. LÓPEZ
ESTADIo | STADIUM
SEDE | HAUPTSITZ | VENUE
Pachuca
Sn. A. Tlaxiaca, Hgo.
Libramiento Circuito de la Concepción
Km 2 s/n, Col. La Concepción
Hidalgo
http://tuzos.com.mx
Aforo: 27,512
Blvd. Felipe Ángeles esq. Blvd. Rojo Gómez s/n,
Santa Julia, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo, C.P. 42080.
TuzosOficial
@Tuzos
#342
S. MEDELLÍN
#381
J. RUELAS
#382
A. VÁZQUEZ
#383
D. QUINTERO
#384
V. MORA
#385
H. MEZA
Sebastián Medellín Escobedo
México | Mexico
31.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 58 / 127.8
Julio C. Ruelas Sánchez
México | Mexico
12.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.72 / 5’6”
KG / LB: 67 / 149.4
Adrián Vázquez Hernández
México | Mexico
09.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.67 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 52 / 114.6
Dorian A. Quintero Castro
México | Mexico
14.04.00
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 64 / 141.1
Víctor I. Mora Gómez
México | Mexico
17.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.56 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
Hardy J. Meza Rendón
México | Mexico
21.08.00
MTS / FT: 1.64 / 5’3”
KG / LB: 51 / 112.4
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
#386
#387
#388
#389
#390
T. MONTANO
J. PINEDA
C. CAMPOS
M. HERNÁNDEZ
C. GARCÍA
#391
J. GALINDO
Tomás A. Montano Zambra
México | Mexico
28.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.70 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 62 / 136.6
Julio C. Pineda Martínez
México | Mexico
21.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.46 / 4’7”
KG / LB: 38 / 83.7
Carlos A. Campos Castillo
México | Mexico
24.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.48 / 4’8”
KG / LB: 34 / 74.9
Miguel Á. Hernández Tapia
México | Mexico
28.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.56 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 46 / 101.4
Cristian S. García Rámila
México | Mexico
05.05.00
MTS / FT: 1.60 / 5’2”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
Julio C. Galindo Rodríguez
México | Mexico
24.06.00
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 45 / 99.2
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
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MIDFIELDER
DELANTERO
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DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
PORTERO
TOR / GOALKEEPER
C. RAMÍREZ
Carlos F. Ramírez Valenzuela
México | Mexico
22.10.81
MTS / FT: 1.80 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 87 / 192.2
AGOSTO, 2015
D.T. / H.C.
TEAMTRAINER
/ AUGUST, 2015
#392
#393
#395
#397
#398
#399
Bryant A. Navarro León
México | Mexico
26.10.01
MTS / FT: 1.56 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 50 / 110.2
Brayam F. Regino Morales
México | Mexico
05.01.01
MTS / FT: 1.66 / 5’4”
KG / LB: 59 / 130
Roberto Becerra Meza
México | Mexico
21.03.00
MTS / FT: 1.55 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 40 / 88.1
José R. Horta Cerón
México | Mexico
14.07.00
MTS / FT: 1.69 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 68 / 149.9
Roberto C de la Rosa González
México | Mexico
04.01.00
MTS / FT: 1.55 / 5’0”
KG / LB: 48 / 105.8
Maximiliano García Pardo
México | Mexico
28.02.00
MTS / FT: 1.52 / 4’9”
KG / LB: 40 / 88.1
DEFENSA
ABWEHR / DEFENDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
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DELANTERO
STÜRMER/FORWARD
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STÜRMER/FORWARD
B. NAVARRO
B. REGINO
R. BECERRA
J. HORTA
R. DE LA ROSA
#402
#411
Fernando M. Morales Arriaga
México | Mexico
12.02.01
MTS / FT: 1.56 / 5’1”
KG / LB: 54 / 119
Bogard Y. Lleverino Emiliano
México | Mexico
28.02.01
MTS / FT: 1.68 / 5’5”
KG / LB: 56 / 123.4
José R. Valtonrá Rangel
México | Mexico
30.03.43
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 85 / 187.3
Claudio A. Aguilera Arenas
México | Mexico
13.05.81
MTS / FT: 1.82 / 5’9”
KG / LB: 80 / 176.3
César A. Gómez Durán
México | Mexico
06.10.82
MTS / FT: 1.75 / 5’7”
KG / LB: 75/ 169.7
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
MEDIO / MITTELFELD
MIDFIELDER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
A.T. / T.A.
ASSISTENZTRAINER
MÉDICO / M.D.
TEAMARZT
F. MORALES
B. LLEVERINO
J. VALTONRÁ
C. AGUILERA
C. GÓMEZ
M. GARCÍA
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Substitutes
Advisors
History of the
U-15 Tournament
Part of the satisfaction that the Mexican football
has given us has its origins with the youth teams; the
tournament was played every weekend under the
format of two regional groups and subsequent finals.
excellent job the clubs have done in this area have
These platforms continued transforming and
yielded its fruits by obtaining two FIFA U17 World
combining elements that promote competition. Then
Cupsand a gold medal at the Olympic Games.
came the first edition of the international tournament
These achievements are just the beginning of a set
Sub 15, which took place from September 14th thru
of actions that began to be carried out in 2005, since the
September 20th, with eight teams participating; four
inclusion of the 20/11 rules, as well as in the 2009-2010
Mexican teams and four guests from the MLS.
season, when the tournaments for the youth teams
emerged as we know them today.
Previously clubs had participation in regional
In Group one there was Guadalajara, Pachuca and
Houston Dynamo and Chicago Fire while in the Group
two played Atlas, FC Dallas, Monarcas and Toronto FC.
tournaments; they competed with teams from their
The best American and Mexican team of each
geographic area where there is a standardized level.
group classified for the semifinals. Once in the semifinals
In hopes of resolving this situation, the 20/11 rule was
Pachuca beat Monarcas and Chicago Fire did the same
implemented in mid-2005, requesting the clubs align
against Toronto.
players under 20 years and 11 months of age to cover a
minimum of 1000 minutes during each event.
Subsequently, a competition was implemented
in which the youth teams could participate under the
maximum circuit clubs, the Liga Bancomer MX U17 and
U20, which ultimately would substitute the 2011 rule.
The success of these competitions led to the
birth, in 2010, the Liga Bancomer MX U15, played each
semester on the premises of the training center and
high performance Centre.
11 editions of this contest competed until the Sports
Committee decided to take the next step with permanent
tournaments to continue supporting the growth of the
youth teams. So after the 2015 tournament opening, this
The grand finale was played at the majestic Azteca
Stadium, where Pachuca and Chicago Fire tied at a goal
in regulation time and Pachuca beat Chicago Fire by 3
to 1 during penalty phase.
This is how the magic and passion of the youth
teams tournament began,
we hope to continue
developing further competitions that will allow for high
competitions among the youth teams.
CHAMPIONS
U-15 LIGA BANCOMER MX
1st Semester 2010 – Atlas
2nd Semester 2010 - Pachuca
Winter 2011 – Chivas
Summer 2011 – América
Winter 2012 –Pachuca
Summer 2012 – Pachuca
Winter 2013 – Chivas
Summer 2013 - Chivas
Winter 2014 – Chivas
Summer 2014: Atlas
Winter 2015: Atlas
Venues
AZTECA STADIUM
It is the Temple of world football. Its history is just
as big as its structure, this sport could not be understood
without memories that have been on its field with gold
letters. Pelé and Maradona passed through here. “The
match of the 20th century”, was played here; Italy vs.
Germany.
The greatest figures of Mexican soccer have been
here. Two world Cups were played here. It is the home of
the Mexican national team. It is the home of all of us who
love soccer, it is the Azteca Stadium.
It began its construction in August 1962, the project
was carried out by the architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez
and Rafael Mijares. It is located on Calzada de Tlalpan in
the Colonia Santa Ursula, Delegación Coyoacán, in the
city of Mexico.
Its opening was on May 29, 1966, with a match
between the America and the Torino of Italy. The first
goal in the building was made by Arlindo Dos Santos, a
Brazilian Player of the Eagles, at 10 minutes of the start
of the game.
The Azteca stadium hosted two world cups, in 1970
and 1986. It saw champions Brazil and Argentina, figures
Pelé and Maradona (who, on the lawn of the stadium,
scored the “goal of the century” and “The hand of God”).
In addition, at different times, it has also been home
of the Mexican clubs: Necaxa, Atlante, Cruz Azul and
Atletico Español. It is currently home of the America’s
Eagles.
Among the events which have also been hosted
here is the finale
of 2011 Mexico U-17 FIFA World
Cup, where the Mexican national team became
champion. In addition, the Olympic Games of 1968.
Eliminatory matches, Copa Libertadores, Gold Cup,
Concacaf, Confederations Cup and Copa Sudamericana
tournaments. As well as musical concerts of great stars
such as U2 and Paul McCartney.
The Azteca Stadium is everyones home and it now
awaits the second edition of the Liga Bancomer U-15
International Tournament.
Centro de Capacitación
(Cecap)
Located next to the Azteca Stadium, the training
center of the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol (Cecap),
has been over the years, an important part of national
football.
Former home of the national team, the Cecap is
now the place where most of the Referrees are forged
and that are responsible every weekend for imparting
justice in the green rectangle field, where 22 men face
off in search of glory.
Site where the Technical management, Physical
preparation and the Amateur Division, have their space
for learning and teaching. This is where sanctions are
deliberated and handed out to those who receive a card
during the course of 90 minutes.
The Cecap has two professional fields with are
both of natural turf. To the side, a midfield, which serves
for practices in, confined spaces as well for strategy
techniques, and a warm up zone.
México: Sites of Interest
Population: 121 million inhabitants
Zocalo (Constitution Square)
Surface: 1’ 964,375 Km2
It is the political center of the country. The
It borders with the United States of America to the north
Cathedral of the City of Mexico, the National Palace, the
and Guatemala and Belize to the South.
Judiciary Power and the Zocalo are all located there.
A country with 204 years of history, after having
It is considered
the maximum symbol of an
initiated its struggle for independence on September
Esplanade at the national level, before the colony,
16th, 1810, after 300 years of Spanish colonization.
Tenochtitlan, the largest Prehispanic city was located
Mexico is a territory where all of the ecosystems
on Earth are present, the seventh in terms of diversity of
animals and one of the top five in terms of plants.
With different coasts ranging from los Cabos to
Quintana Roo, it is kind in its temperate climate and
constant rains.
Exporting country, due to numerous natural
resources and its friendly foreign policy recognized
internationally.
there.
Since that time it was the center of exchange and
trades available, due to the different rivers surrounding
it and the accessibility to reach it.
In 1813 its official name changed Plaza de la
Constitución, the proclamation of the Constitution
of Cadiz occurred here, which was the last law that
governed New Spain.
After the arrival of the Spanish in 1513 and the
In terms of culture, Mexico has had huge exponents
conquest in 1521, the Cathedral, the Palace of Justice and
in various arts, perhaps the most well known are the
the Palace of (Hernan) Cortes, today known as National
muralists and painters from the beginning of the 20th
Palace were all built over the Major Temple.
century, who converted their style in a trend around
It is one of the most emblematic places in the
the world, the greatest exponents: Diego Rivera, David
country, and every year on the night of September 15th
Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco.
we celebrate Independence Day.
In the world of letters, Octavio Paz and Sor
Juana Inés de la Cruz are the two writers with greater
international recognition.
National Palace
National Palace is the maximum symbol of
a building in Mexico. According to the National
become gods ‘ was
Commission for Culture and the Arts “its architecture
practically abandoned, this is why the
strengthens the idea of a nation, as it bears witness to
culture, the origin and traditions are mostly
the historical evolution of Mexico”.
unknown. What has been rescued is in two specialized
When In times of independent Mexico, he served
museums in the same archaeological site: the
as Government gives, there was the legislature of the
Teotihuacan Culture and the Museum of Teotihuacan
nation and the President dispatched from the central
murals.
Among the architectural jewels that are found on
office.
On its walls are several murals by Diego Rivera,
which tell the story of our country from pre-Hispanic
times until the revolution.
Currently, the National Palace houses, among
others, the grounds of homage to Don Benito Juárez, the
Parliamentary Enclosure and the historical background
of the SHCP.
Teotihuacan
The city of gods is one of the largest and most
recognized archeological centers in Mexico and the
world with an area of 264 hectares, where about 100
thousand inhabitants were during its splendor.
Close to one thousand years separate us from the
establishment of a city that flourished near the Lake of
Texcoco and the Valley of Mexico, which allowed it to be
vast in natural resources.
When the Aztecs arrived to the
Valley of Mexico at the beginning of
the 12th century, the
city where men
the Calzada de los Muertos are: the Citadel, the Temple
of the Feathered Serpent, and its greatest jewels.
LIGA Bancomer MX History
Soccer in Mexico has over a century of tradition,
To define the champion the quarterfinals take
divided into two major phases it has provoked enormous
place, then the semi finals and the Grand Finale, which
emotion in thousands of anecdotes.
is a reciprocal visit. In the first two instances the first
The Amateur era began in the early 20th century,
tiebreaker criteria is the amount of goals as a visitor.
various tournaments were played at the national level
The ¨America´s Eagles¨ have 12 titles and are the
in the League and Cup format, it was like this until April
club with the most wins in the history of the professional
6th , 1943 when the clubs affiliated to the League and to
era of the Mexican soccer.
the Mexican Football Federation promoted the formal
registration of a football player as a profession before
the Mexican authorities. Thus emerging the professional
era, with a fully regulated Championship a year and an
inseparable Cup Tournament.
For the 1996 - 1997 season it was decided to modify
the system of competition to give rise to two short
football tournaments a year.
In the 2012 Mexican soccer sees one of the biggest
changes by giving life to the Liga MX, with which came
about the proposal to improve stadiums and the general
conditions of the players in order to watch a great show
on the field. A year later, Bancomer joined the the football
family and therefore giving life to the LIga Bancomer
MX and strengthening our commitment to give priority
to fair play and feel your League.
The Mexican two tournaments a year, Opening and
Closing, 18 clubs are participating in these tournaments.
The format is round robin, each team has 17 games to
then go on to the Final stage where only the best eight
of the General table participate.
Directory
Executive President
LIGA Bancomer MX/ ASCENSO MX.
Marketing Director
Enrique Bonilla Barrutia
Xavier Sánchez
Operations Director
Affiliation and Registration Director
Víctor Guevara
Margarita Iglesias
Administration Director
Chief of Security and Commissioners
Arcelia Rebolloso
Héctor Canchola
Legal Director
Manager LIGA MX
Anna Peniche
Alejandro Carranza
Communications Director
Manager ASCENSO MX
Juan José Kochen
Conrado Sandoval
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