Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Reserves and Academy

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Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Reserves and Academy
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Full nameClub Deportivo Los Sharks Rojos de Veracruz Reserves and Academy
Nickname(s)Los Tiburones Rojos (The Red Sharks)
Los Escualos (The Sharks)
Founded9 April 1943;76 years ago (1943-04-09)
GroundCAR Veracruz
Veracruz City, Veracruz, Mexico
Capacity1,000
Owner Fidel Kuri Grajales
ChairmanFidel Kuri Mustieles
Manager Marco Antonio Trejo (U-20)
Peter Thelemaque (U-17)
Jorge Ignacio Flores (U-15)
League Liga MX
Apertura 2015preseason
Website Club website

Club Deportivo Los Sharks Rojos de Veracruz Reserves and Academy are the under-20, under-17 and under-15 teams of Mexican Liga MX club Veracruz.

Liga MX

The Liga MX is the top tier of the Mexican football league system. Currently sponsored by BBVA through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA México, it is officially known as Liga BBVA MX.

Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Mexican association football club

Club Deportivo Tiburones Rojos de la Veracruz, commonly known as Tiburones Rojos de la Veracruz, is a Mexican professional football club based in the city of Veracruz. Veracruz was founded in 1943, and plays in the Liga MX of Mexico. Their nickname "Tiburones Rojos" means red sharks.

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Current U-20 roster

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

As the governing body of association football, FIFA is responsible for maintaining and implementing the rules that determine whether an association football player is eligible to represent a particular country in officially recognised international competitions and friendly matches. In the 20th century, FIFA allowed a player to represent any national team, as long as the player held citizenship of that country. In 2004, in reaction to the growing trend towards naturalisation of foreign players in some countries, FIFA implemented a significant new ruling that requires a player to demonstrate a "clear connection" to any country they wish to represent. FIFA has used its authority to overturn results of competitive international matches that feature ineligible players.

No.PositionPlayer
281 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Sebastián Jurado
282 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Carlos López
283 Flag of Mexico.svg DF César Hernández
284 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Erik Rosas
285 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Carlos Castro
286 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Roberto Balderas
287 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Jesús Grijalva
288 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Kevin Muñoz
289 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Víctor Carmona
290 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Duilio Tejeda
291 Flag of Mexico.svg MF José Flores
292 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Rafael Uscanga
293 Flag of Mexico.svg DF José Ferman
294 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Víctor Guel
295 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Fernando Rodríguez
296 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Luis Castillo
297 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Germán Renteral
298 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Paul Mortera
299 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Pedro Hermida
300 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Nicolás Herrera
No.PositionPlayer
301 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Víctor Vela
302 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Edgar Garzón
303 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Jaime López
304 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Alonso Bencomo
305 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Edgar Linares
306 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Brayan Cuevas
307 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Salomón Herrera
308 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Manuel Velóz
310 Flag of Mexico.svg FW José Chávez
311 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Jorge Montoya
312 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Javier Vázquez
313 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Iván Campos
314 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Juan Valtierra
315 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Emmanuel Terán
316 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Luis García
317 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Leonardo Medina
318 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Alejandro Rey
320 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Fausto Martínez

Current U-17 roster

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
331 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Esteban Lecourtois
332 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Humberto Higareda
333 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Oscar Castillo
334 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Pedro Hernández
335 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Luis Galicia
336 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Jared Ochoa
337 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Axel Zamora
338 Flag of Mexico.svg DF José Fernández
339 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Jhojan Guerrero
340 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Osmar Torres
341 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Jesús Huber
342 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Zenon Guzmán
343 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Rodolfo Hernández
344 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Elián Cruz
345 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Melvin Martínez
346 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Alan Ruíz
347 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Raymundo Fulgencio
348 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Bruno Vega
349 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Enrique González
350 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Ángel Arandia
No.PositionPlayer
351 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Geovanni Díaz
352 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Omar Solís
353 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Andrés Blanco
354 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Michell Vidaña
355 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Alan Ocaña
356 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Maximiliano Palacios
357 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Marco Vera
358 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Hilario García
359 Flag of Mexico.svg MF César Rubio
360 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Paul Martínez
361 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Miguel Guzmán
362 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Christian Solís
363 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Gibran Sotero
364 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Pedro Medina
365 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Jeremy Ávalos
366 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Diego Núñez
367 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Roberto Castillo
368 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Anton Enciso
370 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Víctor López

Current U-15 roster

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
381 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Jesús Domínguez
382 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Brandon Cortés
383 Flag of Mexico.svg GK Gonzalo Peralta
385 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Rodrigo Alvarado
386 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Gustavo Jiménez
387 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Antonio Gómez
388 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Jonathan Ruíz
389 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Denilson Sánchez
390 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Roberto Cárdenas
391 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Julio Filiberto
392 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Gael González
393 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Roberto Arano
394 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Joseph Elvira
395 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Fabián Carmona
396 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Luis Bonilla
397 Flag of Mexico.svg FW José Infanzón
398 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Jonathan Ruíz
No.PositionPlayer
399 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Mariano Luna
400 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Martín Barra
401 Flag of Mexico.svg FW José Meza
402 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Iker Martínez
403 Flag of Mexico.svg FW José Caracas
404 Flag of Mexico.svg MF José Gómez
405 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Raúl Guevara
406 Flag of Mexico.svg MF José Peña
407 Flag of Mexico.svg MF Rodrigo Romero
408 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Diego García
409 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Gaspar Flores
410 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Jesús Vieyra
411 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Sergio Barrios
412 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Fernando Díaz
413 Flag of Mexico.svg DF Edgar Loyo
415 Flag of Mexico.svg FW Iván Jiménez

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