Copa America 2015: Ecuador’s Squad Lineup

Pictured at the World Cup in July 2014, Ecuador looks to make an impact in Copa America beginning June 11, 2015. (Getty)

Pictured at the World Cup in July 2014, Ecuador looks to make an impact in Copa America beginning June 11, 2015. (Getty)

Copa America 2015 begins on June 11, 2015 in Chile and Ecuador are one of the sleepers. They will open with a match against hosts Chile on June 11, and are also in the same group as 22nd in FIFA rankings Mexico.

Ecuador’s Copa America results are as follows:

June 11, 2015 : Chile at Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile ( 2-0 win for Chile )

June 15, 2015 : Bolivia at Estadio Elias Figueroa in Valparaiso, Chile ( 3-2 win for Bolivia )

June 21, 2015 : Mexico at Estadio El Teniente in Rancagua, Chile
( 2-1 win for Ecuador )

Ecuador finished third in Group A of the 2015 Copa America and did not qualify for the knockout round.

Ecuador is still only one of three teams that have never won Copa America:

In 2011, Ecuador was in the “Group of Death” with Brazil, Venezuela, and Paraguay, earning only one point in a draw with Paraguay.

On May 13, 2015, Ecuador named their 30-man lineup for the Copa America:


Goalkeepers : Alexander Domínguez (Liga de Quito); Estaban Dreer (CS Emelec); Azcona Rid (Valley Independent); Maximum Banguera (Barcelona SC)

Defenders : Juan Carlos Paredes (Watford); Frickson Erazo (Guild); Luis Romero (Liga de Quito); Gabriel Achilier (CS Emelec); Jhon Narvaez (CS Emelec); Oscar Bagüi (CS Emelec); Walter Ayovi (Pachuca); Arturo Mina (Valley Independent); Mario Pineida (Valley Independent); Robert Grove (Catholic University)

Midfielders : Cristhian Noboa (PAOK); Antonio Valencia (Manchester United); Renato Ibarra (Vitesse); Pedro Quinonez (CS Emelec); Osbaldo Lastra (CS Emelec); Fidel Martinez (Black Lions); Jonathan Gonzalez (Black Lions); Michael Arroyo (America); Juan Cazares (Banfield); Pedro Larrea (Liga de Loja); Fernando Hidalgo (Liga de Quito)

Forwards : Enner Valencia (West Ham); Jaime Ayovi (Godoy Cruz); Jefferson Montero (Swansea City); Angel Mena (CS Emelec); Miler Bolanos (CS Emelec)


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