Chile national under-20 football team

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Chile Under-20
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Nickname(s) La Rojita (The Little Red One)
Association Federación de Fútbol de Chile
Confederation CONMEBOL (South America)
Head coach Patricio Ormazábal
Captain Sebastián Vegas
FIFA code CHI
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First colours
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First international
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 4–1 Bolivia  Flag of Bolivia (state).svg
(Santiago, Chile; 14 March 1951)
Biggest win
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 7–0 Honduras  Flag of Honduras.svg
(Doetinchem, Netherlands; 11 June 2005)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 0–7 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg
(Doetinchem, Netherlands; 15 June 2005)
FIFA U-20 World Cup
Appearances6 (first in 1987 )
Best resultThird place, 2007
South American Youth Championship
Appearances27 (first in 1954 )
Best resultRunner-up, 1975
Chile national under-20 football team
Medal record
U-20 World Cup
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2007 Canada Team
Chile national under-20 football team
Medal record
U-20 South American Youth Championship
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Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 1975 Peru NA
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 1995 Bolivia NA
Chile national under-20 football team
Medal record
Premier Under-20 Milk Cup
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Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2007 Elite NA
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Chile national under-20 football team
Medal record
Toulon Tournament
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2008 Toulon Tournament Team
Gold medal icon (G initial).svg 2009 Toulon Tournament Team

Chile national under-20 football team, also known as Chile Sub-20 or La Rojita, is part of the Federación de Fútbol de Chile. The U-20 team is considered to be the breeding ground for future Chile national football team players. The Chile U-20 national team has participated in seven U-20 World Cups Chile 1987, Qatar 1995, Argentina 2001, Netherlands 2005, Canada 2007 and Turkey 2013.

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One of the best and earliest U-20 World Cup campaigns was when Chile hosted the tournament in 1987, finishing in fourth place. In the most recent 2007 U-20 World Cup the team earned a third-place position, making it Chile's most successful U-20 campaign to date.

The Chile national U-20 football team also participates in the South American Youth Championship which act as qualifier for the U-20 World Cup.[ citation needed ]

Chile National U-20 Football Team: World Cups

U-20 World Cup: Chile 1987

The first World Cup the U-20 national team gained entry came in 1987 when Chile was granted the right to host. Chile headed Group A which included Australia, Togo, and Yugoslavia. October 10, 1987 Chile faced eventual tournament winners Yugoslavia in Santiago in the presence of a crowd totaling 67,000 spectators. All of Chile's early group matches were held in Santiago at the Estadio Nacional. Chile lost the opening game by a score of 2–4, with Lukas Tudor and Camilo Pino scoring for the squad.

The second match against Togo, had Chile winning by a score of 3–0, with Pino scoring through a penalty kick in the '8 minute of the match. Tudor would also respond by scoring two goals in the 32nd and 75th minute of the match and securing victory.

The next game against Australia was staged in front of 75,000 people. Chile using the advantage of having support from its crowd, defeated Australia 2–0 with both goals coming from Pino in the 22nd and 52nd minutes of the match.

Chile advanced to the Quarter-Finals in second place, and later played Italy in the city of Concepción, Chile. Chile's margin of victory came with the minimum difference of a 1–0 score. The result in effect would lead ti a face-off against West Germany in the Semi-Finals. The match featured West Germany ultimately winning 4–0. The third place spot was to be played against East Germany where Chile fell on penalty kicks 3–1 after a game that had both sides drawn 1–1. [1]

DateVenueOpponentsResultScore
October 10, 1987 Santiago, Chile Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia L2 - 4
October 13, 1987 Santiago, Chile Flag of Togo.svg  Togo W3 - 0
October 17, 1987 Santiago, Chile Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia W2 - 0
October 21, 1987 Concepción, Chile Flag of Italy.svg  Italy W1 - 0
October 23, 1987 Concepción, Chile Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany L0 - 4
October 25, 1987 Santiago, Chile Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany D1(1) - 1(3)

U-20 World Cup: Netherlands 2005

June 11, 2005, Chile faced CONCACAF opponents Honduras at the De Vijverberg stadium in Doetinchem, Netherlands, in what was to be the first match pertaining to group C. Massimo Busacca from Switzerland was the referee of the match. Chile, in front of 6,800 spectators, opened the scoring in the first-half with goals from forward Parada in the 11th minute and midfielder José Pedro Fuenzalida in the 30th minute. The scoring momentum continued onto the second-half, where Fuenzalida added another goal onto his personal tally in the 53rd minute, while Matías Fernández followed with a goal of his own in the 67th. Two minutes later, in the 69th, Gonzalo Jara would also score which was followed by another strike from Parada in the 71st. Pedro Morales concluded with the last goal of the day in the 77th minute, making the final score 7–0, an impressive start for "La Rojita. [2]

Four days later, on June 15, 2005, Chile experienced a crushing blow against Spain. The match was again held at De Vijverberg, and the referee in charge was Benito Archundia from Mexico. An estimate of 6,600 spectators were in attendance with Spaniard Fernando Llorente scoring four goals. Chile, playing with ten men witnessed, fell 0–7, bringing their goal differential to zero. [3]

On June 17, 2005, at Galgenwaard Stadion in Utrecht (city), Chile competed against Morocco amid a crowd of 11,000. The referee was Australian Mark Shield. The only goal was scored by Moroccan forward Tarik Bendamou in the 47th minute. [4]

A total of three points was enough for Chile to qualify in a best third place spot for the second round and on June 22, 2005, Chile played hosts Netherlands at De Vijverberg stadium. Dutch forwards Ryan Babel, Quincy Owusu-Abeyie and Collins John would each score for the Dutch in a game finishing 3–0, thus eliminating Chile from the World Cup. [5]

DateVenueOpponentsResultScore
June 11, 2005 Doetinchem, NetherlandsFlag of Honduras.svg  Honduras W7 - 0
June 15, 2005 Doetinchem, NetherlandsFlag of Spain.svg  Spain L0 - 7
June 17, 2005 Utrecht, NetherlandsFlag of Morocco.svg  Morocco L0 - 1
June 22, 2005 Doetinchem, NetherlandsFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands L0 - 3

U-20 World Cup: Canada 2007

Canada 2007 was Chile's fifth overall participation in the U-20 world youth championship. Chile opened Group A against the host nation of Canada in Toronto, with Chile winning 3–0. The game featured a Chilean side with adequate possession of the ball and attentive striking from forwards Medina, team captain Carlos Carmona, and late game substitute Jaime Grondona. [6]

The second match was against the African youth champions the Republic of Congo in Edmonton. Chile soundly defeated a ten-man squad with a score of 3–0, goals coming from striker Alexis Sánchez, Nicolás Medina and Arturo Vidal. [7]

The third game was against Austria where after 90 minutes the game ended in scoreless 0–0, the result was enough for Chile to clinch the first spot of the group. [8] In the second round, Chile went up against Portugal, who had qualified as third of their group. Chile with a goal from Vidal in the 45th minute of first half secured a pass onto the quarter-final. [9]

The quarter-final included Nigeria, where after a scoreless 90 minutes the game was to be decided in extra time. Within the next final 30 minutes of the match, Chile would win 4–0 with finishes coming off a header from Jaime Grondona, a penalty kick by Mauricio Isla after Chilean player Mathías Vidangossy was brought down in the box, a deadly counter strike finish from Isla in the 117th minute and a late finish from Vidangossy after rounding the goalkeeper in injury time. [10]

The semi-final against Argentina proved controversial where referee Wolfgang Stark would send off two Chilean players, Dagoberto Currimilla and Gary Medel. Playing with nine men proved drastic, as Chile would go on to lose 3–0. [11]

The third place spot brought a familiar opponent group A, rivals Austria. The match was a consolation prize for the teams in dispute and a meritable reward after a hard fought campaign. Both countries would initiate great plays. One goal was enough with Chile's defender Hans Martínez hitting the ball past the goalkeeper and onto the net from a free kick cross, ending the match 1–0. [12]

Goalkeeper Christopher Toselli set a record after going 492 minutes without conceding a goal, breaking the old record of 484 minutes held by under-20 Brazilian goalkeeper Cláudio Taffarel since the 1985 World Cup. [11] [13]

Alexis Sánchez, Mathías Vidangossy, Arturo Vidal, Cristián Suárez and Christopher Toselli all listed as candidates for top player of the tournament. [14]

DateVenueOpponentsResultScore
July 1, 2007 Toronto, CanadaFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada W3 - 0
July 5, 2007 Edmonton, CanadaFlag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  Congo W3 - 0
July 8, 2007 Toronto, CanadaFlag of Austria.svg  Austria D0 - 0
July 12, 2007 Edmonton, CanadaFlag of Portugal.svg  Portugal W1 - 0
July 15, 2007 Montreal, CanadaFlag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria W4 - 0
July 19, 2007 Toronto, CanadaFlag of Argentina.svg  Argentina L0 - 3
July 22, 2007 Toronto, CanadaFlag of Austria.svg  Austria W1 - 0

U-20 World Cup: Turkey 2013

Turkey 2013 marks the sixth time the Chilean U-20 team has participated in the U-20 world youth championship. The Chilean team ended the first stage of the championship in second position with 4 points, with a victory against Egypt (2-1), a draw against England (1-1), and a final defeat against Iraq (1-2). Despite the mixed results, the team advanced to the knockout stages, defeating Croatia (2-1).

DateVenueOpponentsResultScore
June 23, 2013 Antalya, TurkeyFlag of Egypt.svg  Egypt W2 - 1
June 26, 2013 Antalya, TurkeyFlag of England.svg  England D1 - 1
June 29, 2013 Antalya, TurkeyFlag of Iraq.svg  Iraq L1 - 2
July 3, 2013 Bursa, TurkeyFlag of Croatia.svg  Croatia W2 - 0
July 7, 2013 Istanbul, TurkeyFlag of Ghana.svg  Ghana L3- - 4

Competitive record

FIFA World Youth Championship Record

YearRoundGPWDLGSGA
Flag of Tunisia.svg 1977 Did not qualify
Flag of Japan.svg 1979
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 1981
Flag of Mexico.svg 1983
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 1985
Flag of Chile.svg 1987 Fourth place631299
Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg 1989 Did not qualify
Flag of Portugal.svg 1991
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 1993
Flag of Qatar.svg 1995 Round 1302169
Flag of Malaysia.svg 1997 Did not qualify
Flag of Nigeria.svg 1999
Flag of Argentina.svg 2001 Round 1310248
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2003 Did not qualify
Flag of the Netherlands.svg 2005 Second Round4103711
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg 2007 Third place7511123
Flag of Egypt.svg 2009 Did not qualify
Flag of Colombia.svg 2011
Flag of Turkey.svg 2013 Quarterfinals521298
Flag of New Zealand.svg 2015 Did not qualify
Flag of South Korea.svg 2017
Flag of Poland.svg 2019
Flag of Indonesia.svg 2021 To be determined
Total6/2328125114748

Honours

  • Third place (1): 2007
  • Fourth place (1): 1987

List of FIFA U-20 World Cup matches

FIFA World Youth Championship U20 History
YearRoundScoreResult
1987
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 4Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia Lose
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile3 – 0Flag of Togo.svg  Togo Win
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 0Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Win
Quarterfinals Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 0Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Win
Semifinals Flag of Chile.svg Chile0 - 4Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Lose
3rd Place Flag of Chile.svg 1 – 1 ( a.e.t. )(pen 1-3)Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Draw
1995
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 2Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Draw
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 1Flag of Burundi.svg  Burundi Draw
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile3 – 6Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Lose
2001
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 4Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Lose
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 4Flag of the United States.svg  United States Lose
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 0Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China PR Win
2005
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile7 – 0Flag of Honduras.svg  Honduras Win
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile0 – 7Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Lose
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile0 – 1Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco Lose
Round of 16 Flag of Chile.svg Chile0 – 3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Lose
2007
Round 1Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 3 – 0Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Win
Round 1Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 3 – 0Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  Congo Win
Round 1Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 0 – 0Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Draw
Round of 16Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 1 – 0Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Win
QuarterfinalsFlag of Chile.svg  Chile 4 – 0 ( a.e.t. )Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Win
SemifinalsFlag of Chile.svg  Chile 0 – 3Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Lose
3rd PlaceFlag of Chile.svg  Chile 1 – 0Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Win
2013
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 1Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt Win
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 1Flag of England.svg  England Draw
Round 1 Flag of Chile.svg Chile1 – 2Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq Lose
Round of 16 Flag of Chile.svg Chile2 – 0Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Win
Quarterfinals Flag of Chile.svg Chile3 – 4 ( a.e.t. )Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Lose

By match

FIFA World Youth Championship/U-20 World Cup RoundOpponentScoreResultVenueChile scorers
1987 Group stageFlag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 2–4 L Santiago de Chile Tudor Soccerball shade.svg 17', Pino Soccerball shade.svg 67'
Flag of Togo.svg  Togo 3–0 W Santiago de Chile Pino Soccerball shade.svg 8' (pen.), Tudor Soccerball shade.svg 32', 75'
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 2–0 W Santiago de Chile Pino Soccerball shade.svg 22', 52'
Quarter-finalsFlag of Italy.svg  Italy 1–0 W Concepción Pino Soccerball shade.svg 73' (pen.)
Semi-finalsFlag of Germany.svg  West Germany 0–4 L Concepción
Third place matchFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 1–1 ( a.e.t. )
(1-3 pen.)
D Santiago de Chile González Soccerball shade.svg 84'
1995 Group stageFlag of Japan.svg  Japan 2-2 D Doha Rozental Soccerball shade.svg 11' (pen.), 67'
Flag of Burundi.svg  Burundi 1–1 D Doha Rozental Soccerball shade.svg 14'
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3–6 L Doha Rozental Soccerball shade.svg 52', Poli Soccerball shade.svg 77', Lobos Soccerball shade.svg 83'
2001 Group stageFlag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 2–4 L Mendoza Millar Soccerball shade.svg 38', Pardo Soccerball shade.svg 92+'
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 1–4 L Mendoza Valdés Soccerball shade.svg 28'
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China PR 1–0 W Mendoza Berríos Soccerball shade.svg 87'
2005 Group stageFlag of Honduras.svg  Honduras 7–0 W Doetinchem Parada Soccerball shade.svg 11', 71', Fuenzalida Soccerball shade.svg 20', 53', Fernández Soccerball shade.svg 67', Jara Soccerball shade.svg 69', Morales Soccerball shade.svg 77'
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 0–7 L Doetinchem
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 0–1 L Utrecht
Round of 16Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 0–3 L Doetinchem
2007 Group stageFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 3–0 W Toronto Medina Soccerball shade.svg 25', Carmona Soccerball shade.svg 54', Grondona Soccerball shade.svg 81'
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  Congo 3–0 W Edmonton Sánchez Soccerball shade.svg 49', Medina Soccerball shade.svg 75', Vidal Soccerball shade.svg 82'
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 0–0 D Toronto
Round of 16Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 1–0 W Edmonton Vidal Soccerball shade.svg 45'
Quarter-finalsFlag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 4–0 ( a.e.t. )W Montreal Grondona Soccerball shade.svg 96', Isla Soccerball shade.svg 114' (pen.), 117', Vidangossy Soccerball shade.svg 122+'
Semi-finalsFlag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 0–3 L Toronto
Third place matchFlag of Austria.svg  Austria 1–0 W Toronto Martínez Soccerball shade.svg 46+'
2013 Group stageFlag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 2–1 W Antalya Castillo Soccerball shade.svg 25', Bravo Soccerball shade.svg 76'
Flag of England.svg  England 1–1 D Antalya Castillo Soccerball shade.svg 32' (pen.)
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 1–2 L Antalya Mora Soccerball shade.svg 28'
Round of 16Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 2–0 W Bursa Castillo Soccerball shade.svg 81', Šimunović Soccerball shade.svg 85' (o.g)
Quarter-finalsFlag of Ghana.svg  Ghana 3–4 ( a.e.t. )L Istanbul Castillo Soccerball shade.svg 23', Henríquez Soccerball shade.svg 27', 98'

Record by opponent

FIFA World Cup matches (by team)
OpponentWinsDrawsLossesTotalGoals ScoredGoals Conceded
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 100120
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 110210
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 001103
Flag of Burundi.svg  Burundi 010111
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 100130
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China PR 100110
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  Congo 100130
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 100120
Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 010111
Flag of England.svg  England 010111
Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 100121
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 001104
Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana 001134
Flag of Honduras.svg  Honduras 100170
Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq 001112
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 100110
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 010122
Flag of Morocco.svg  Morocco 001101
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 001103
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 100140
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 100110
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 0022313
Flag of Togo.svg  Togo 100130
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 001124
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 001114
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 001124

Players

Current squad

This is the official list of 23 players for the 2019 South American Youth Football Championship in Chile.

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)Club
11 GK Luis Ureta (1999-03-08)8 March 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
22 DF Nicolás Fernández (1999-08-03)3 August 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Audax Italiano
32 DF Lucas Alarcón (2000-03-05)5 March 2000 (aged 18) Flag of Chile.svg Universidad de Chile
42 DF Matías Ibacache (1999-01-11)11 January 1999 (aged 20) Flag of Chile.svg Everton
52 DF Tomás Alarcón (1999-10-02)2 October 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
63 MF Axl Ríos (1999-07-11)11 July 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Cobreloa
74 FW Iván Morales (1999-07-29)29 July 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Colo-Colo
83 MF Ariel Uribe (1999-02-14)14 February 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Mexico.svg Morelia
94 FW Diego Valencia (2000-01-14)14 January 2000 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Universidad Católica
104 FW Marcelo Allende (1999-04-07)7 April 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Mexico.svg Necaxa
113 MF Matías Marín (1999-12-19)19 December 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Santiago Wanderers
121 GK Julio Bórquez (2000-04-20)20 April 2000 (aged 18) Flag of Chile.svg Deportes Iquique
133 MF Víctor Méndez (1999-09-23)23 September 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Unión Española
143 MF Carlos Villanueva (1999-07-01)1 July 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Colo-Colo
154 FW Esteban Valencia (1999-08-13)13 August 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Unión La Calera
164 FW Matías Meneses (1999-03-28)28 March 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
173 MF Vicente Fernández (1999-02-17)17 February 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Universidad Católica
184 FW Antonio Díaz (2000-04-26)26 April 2000 (aged 18) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
194 FW David Salazar (1999-04-19)19 April 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
203 MF Matías Sepúlveda (1999-03-12)12 March 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg O'Higgins
212 DF Kennet Lara (1999-06-10)10 June 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Curicó Unido
222 DF Nicolás Díaz (1999-05-20)20 May 1999 (aged 19) Flag of Chile.svg Palestino
231 GK Cristóbal Campos (1999-01-01)1 January 1999 (aged 20) Flag of Chile.svg Universidad de Chile

Former squads

1987 FIFA World Youth Championship

Coach: Luis Ibarra Flag of Chile.svg

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Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Guillermo Velasco GK02.06.1968 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
2 Mauricio Soto DF21.02.1969 Puerto Montt Flag of Chile.svg
3 Carlos Ramírez DF26.02.1968 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
4 Hugo Cortéz DF03.06.1968 Cobreandino Flag of Chile.svg
5 Javier Margas DF10.05.1969 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
6 Luis Musrri MF24.12.1969 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
7 Raimundo Tupper FW07.01.1969 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
8 Sandro Navarrete MF16.11.1968 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
9 Lukas Tudor FW21.02.1969 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
10 Fabián Estay MF05.10.1968 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
11 Pedro González FW17.10.1967 Club Deportivo Valdivia Flag of Chile.svg
12 Gerhard Reiher GK21.04.1968 Provincial Osorno Flag of Chile.svg
13 Miguel Latín DF27.07.1968 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
14 Juan Carreño FW16.11.1968 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
15 Reinaldo Hoffmann DF18.03.1968 Cobresal Flag of Chile.svg
16 Héctor Cabello MF14.01.1968 La Serena Flag of Chile.svg
17 Camilo Pino MF04.03.1968 Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg
18 Juan Reyes FW31.08.1967 O'Higgins Flag of Chile.svg

1995 FIFA World Youth Championship

Coach: Leonardo Véliz Flag of Chile.svg

 # 

Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Carlos Toro GK02.04.1976 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
2 Francisco Fernández DF19.08.1975 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
3 Mauricio Donoso MF30.04.1976 Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg
4 Nelson Garrido DF02.12.1977 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
5 Jorge Vargas DF08.02.1976 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
6 Dion Valle DF22.07.1977 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
7 Rodrigo Valenzuela FW27.11.1975 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg
8 Carlos Barraza MF12.03.1976 La Serena Flag of Chile.svg
9 Alejandro Osorio MF24.09.1976 O'Higgins Flag of Chile.svg
10 Frank Lobos MF25.09.1976 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
11 Sebastián Rozental FW01.09.1976 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
12 Ariel Salas GK19.10.1976 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
13 Héctor Tapia FW30.09.1977 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
14 Cristian Uribe MF01.08.1976 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
15 Fernando Martel MF02.10.1975 Unión San Felipe Flag of Chile.svg
16 Mauricio Aros DF09.03.1976 Deportes Concepción Flag of Chile.svg
17 Juan Carlos Madrid FW20.10.1975 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
18 Dante Poli DF15.08.1976 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg

2001 FIFA World Youth Championship

Coach: Hector Pinto Flag of Chile.svg

 # 

Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Jhonny Herrera GK09.05.1981 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
2 Sergio Fernández DF14.06.1981 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
3 Daniel Campos MF17.07.1981 Universidad de Concepción Flag of Chile.svg
4 Hugo Droguett DF02.09.1982 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
5 Luis Oyarzun DF24.05.1982 Palestino Flag of Chile.svg
6 Nelson Pinto MF01.02.1981 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
7 Gonzalo Villagra MF17.09.1981 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
8 Sebastián Pardo MF01.01.1982 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
9 Mario Cáceres FW17.03.1981 Sporting Club de Portugal Flag of Portugal.svg
10 Jaime Valdés MF11.01.1981 AS Bari Flag of Italy.svg
11 Mario Salgado FW03.07.1981 Club Deportivo Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
12 Gino Reyes DF23.02.1981 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
13 Joel Soto FW09.04.1982 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
14 Adán Vergara DF09.05.1981 Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg
15 Mario Berríos MF20.08.1981 Palestino Flag of Chile.svg
16 Roberto Órdenes MF05.01.1981 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg
17 Rodrigo Millar MF03.11.1981 Club Deportivo Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
18 Eduardo Lobos GK30.07.1981 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg

2005 FIFA World Youth Championship

Coach: José Sulantay Flag of Chile.svg

 # 

Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Carlos Espinoza GK23.02.1985 Club de Deportes Puerto Montt Flag of Chile.svg
2 Edzon Riquelme DF29.08.1985 Club de Deportes Concepción Flag of Chile.svg
3 Sebastián Páez MF13.08.1986 Club de Deportes La Serena Flag of Chile.svg
4 Sebastián Montecinos DF12.03.1986 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
5 Hugo Bascuñán DF11.01.1985 Deportivo Maracaibo Flag of Venezuela.svg
6 Marcelo Díaz MF30.12.1986 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
7 Fernando Meneses MF27.09.1985 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
8 Iván Vásquez MF13.08.1985 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
9 Nicolás Canales FW27.06.1985 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
10 Pedro Morales MF25.05.1985 Club Deportivo Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
11 Eduardo Tudela FW03.03.1986 Cobreloa Flag of Chile.svg
12 Carlos Arias GK04.09.1986 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
13 Felipe Muñoz DF04.04.1985 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
14 Matías Fernández MF15.05.1986 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
15 Carlos Carmona MF21.02.1987 Coquimbo Unido Flag of Chile.svg
16 Francisco Sánchez DF06.02.1985 Everton Flag of Chile.svg
17 Carlos Villanueva FW05.02.1986 Audax Club Sportivo Italiano Flag of Chile.svg
18 Gonzalo Jara DF29.08.1985 Club Deportivo Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
19 José Fuenzalida MF22.02.1985 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
20 Ricardo Parada FW02.01.1985 Universidad de Concepción Flag of Chile.svg
21 José Rosales GK20.09.1985 Club Deportivo O'Higgins Flag of Chile.svg
- Juan Gonzalo Lorca FW15.01.1985 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg

2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup

Coach: José Sulantay Flag of Chile.svg

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Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Cristopher Toselli GK15.06.1988 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
2 Cristián Suárez DF06.02.1987 Unión San Felipe Flag of Chile.svg
3 Mauricio Isla MF12.06.1988 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
4 Eric Godoy DF26.03.1987 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
5 Nicolás Larrondo DF04.10.1987 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
6 Gary Medel MF03.08.1987 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
7 Alexis Sánchez FW19.12.1988 Udinese Flag of Italy.svg
8 Dagoberto Currimilla MF26.12.1987 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
9 Nicolás Medina FW28.03.1987 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
10 Juan Pablo Arenas MF22.04.1987 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
11 Jaime Grondona FW15.04.1987 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
12 Nery Veloso GK02.03.1987 Huachipato Flag of Chile.svg
13 Christian Sepúlveda DF23.05.1987 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg
14 Arturo Vidal DF22.05.1987 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
15 Carlos Carmona MF21.02.1987 Club Deportivo O'Higgins Flag of Chile.svg
16 Gerardo Cortés MF17.05.1988 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
17 Hans Martínez DF04.01.1987 Club Deportivo Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
18 Mathías Vidangossy FW25.05.1987 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg
19 Michael Silva FW12.03.1988 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
20 Isaías Peralta MF21.08.1987 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg

2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup

Coach: Mario Salas Flag of Chile.svg

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Name

Pos

DOB

Club

1 Dario Melo GK24.03.1984 CD Palestino Flag of Chile.svg
2 Felipe Campos DF08.11.1993 CD Palestino Flag of Chile.svg
3 Alejandro Contreras DF03.03.1993 CD Palestino Flag of Chile.svg
4 Valber Huerta DF26.8.1993 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
5 Igor Lichnovsky DF07.03.1994 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
6 Sebastian Martínez MF06.06.1983 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
7 Christian Bravo FW01.10.1993 Granada CF Flag of Spain.svg
8 Andrés Robles DF07.05.1994 Santiago Wanderers Flag of Chile.svg
9 Felipe Mora FW02.08.1993 Audax Italiano Flag of Chile.svg
10 Nicolás Maturana MF08.06.1993 Universidad de Chile Flag of Chile.svg
11 Angelo Henriquez FW13.04.1994 Real Zaragoza Flag of Spain.svg
12 Brayan Cortés GK29.05.1995 Deportes Iquique Flag of Chile.svg
13 Óscar Hernández MF03.07.1994 Unión Española Flag of Chile.svg
14 Bryan Rabello MF16.05.1994 Sevilla FC Flag of Spain.svg
15 Cristián Cuevas FW02.04.1995 Vitesse Arnhem Flag of the Netherlands.svg
16 César Fuentes MF12.04.1993 O'Higgins F.C. Flag of Chile.svg
18 Nicolás Castillo FW14.02.1993 Universidad Católica Flag of Chile.svg
19 Mario Larenas DF27.06.1994 Union Española Flag of Chile.svg
20 Claudio Baeza DF23.12.1993 Colo-Colo Flag of Chile.svg
21 Álvaro Salazar GK24.03.1993 A.C. Barnechea Flag of Chile.svg

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