Venezuela Score
Copa America
Venezuela 4
Argentina 2
0
2
L
Bolivia 2
Venezuela
1
3
W
Brazil 1
Venezuela 2
0
0
D
Venezuela 1 3
Peru 2
0
0
D
International Friendly
Venezuela
Trinidad Tobago 1
2
0
W
Venezuela
Bolivia 1
4
1
W
Colombia 3
Venezuela 3
0
0
D
USA 3
Venezuela
0
3
W
Mexico 1
Venezuela 2
3
1
L
Venezuela 2
Ecuador 1
1
1
D
Venezuela Player
# Name Position
1
Wuilker Farinez Goalkeeper
12
Romo Perez Rafael Enrique Goalkeeper
 
Joel Graterol Goalkeeper
3
Mikel Villanueva Alvarez Defender
13
Bernaldo Antonio Manzano Varon Defender
 
Rosales Roberto Defender
2
Wilker Angel Midfielder
5
Junior Moreno Midfielder
7
Darwin Machis Midfielder
8
Renzo zambrano Midfielder
10
Jefferson Savarino Midfielder
11
Bernardo Anor Acosta Midfielder
17
Romulo Otero Vasquez Midfielder
19
Jan Carlos Hurtado Anchico Midfielder
20
Ronald Hernandez Midfielder
22
Nahuel Ferraresi Midfielder
 
Arquimedes Jose Figuera Midfielder
 
Tomas Rincon Midfielder
 
Luis Manuel Seijas Gunther Midfielder
4
John Chancellor Forward
9
Andres Fabian Ponce Nunez Forward
15
John Eduard Murillo Romana Forward
16
Juan Pablo Anor Acosta, Juanpi Forward
23
Jose Salomon Rondon Gimenez Forward
 
Josef Martinez Secondary Striker
18
Yeferson Julio Soteldo Martinez Left Wing
6
Yangel Herrera Attacking Midfield
21
Rolf Feltscher Right Back
 
Fernando Aristeguieta Right Back
14
Luis Enrique Del Pino Mago Left Back
 
Yordan Osorio Centre Forward
 
Rafael Dudamel Coach
About Venezuela
Venezuela logo
  • Name: Venezuela
  • Home Stadium:
  • Established Date: 1926
  • Coach: Rafael Dudamel
Venezuela is controlled by the Venezuelan Football Federation (FVF), the governing body for football in Venezuela. It is nicknamed Vino Tinto ("Red wine") because of the traditional burgundy color of their shirts. When playing at home in official games, they usually rotate between three stadiums: The Polideportivo Cachamay in Puerto Ordaz, the Estadio José Antonio Anzoátegui in Puerto La Cruz and the Estadio Pueblo Nuevo in San Cristóbal. In friendly matches, they tend to rotate between the rest of the stadiums in the country. Unlike other South American nations, and akin to some Caribbean nations, baseball is extremely popular in Venezuela, which diverts athletic talent away from football, contributing to its historic lack of success in CONMEBOL competitions. As of 2018, they are the only CONMEBOL side to have never qualified for the FIFA World Cup. Often Venezuela would go through entire qualification tournaments without recording a single win, although this has changed in the last two qualifying rounds. Until 2011, their best finish in the Copa América was fifth in their first entry, in 1967. It is only recently with the spread of the World Cup's popularity in nations where football was not the primary sport (such as Japan, the United States, and Australia) that the national team found incentives to increase player development and fan support. As of November 2018, Venezuela has the highest position on the FIFA World Ranking of any team that has not yet qualified for the World Cup, being ranked 29th.