The U-19 women’s national team will begin its path in the Conmebol South American Women’s Soccer League this Wednesday against Peru (5:00 pm from Venezuela), at the Christian Benítez stadium in Guayaquil, Ecuador. This duel will be corresponding to the second day of the Northern Zone, which they have just completed: Paraguay, Colombia and the southern ones.
This tournament arises from the CONMEBOL Development Directorate, through its Evolution Program, and this will be its first edition.
The national team after the match against Peru will be as follows: Colombia (Friday 20), Paraguay (Saturday 21) and Ecuador (Monday 23); all at September. The first of each sector and the best second of both groups will dispute a triangular that has its date yet to be defined. It should be noted that the Southern Zone is made up of: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile.
Goalkeepers: Korina Hernández (Students from Caracas) and Yorbelis Sánchez (LDU Quito, Ecuador)
Defenses: Bárbara Sandoval (Arrocerros de Calabozo), Lidey Flores (Students of Mérida), Heliamar Alvarado (Yaracuyanos FC), Gladysmar Rojas (Students of Mérida), Gabriela Angulo (Playa Grande) and Andrea Zeolla (CF Florentia, Italy).
Midfielders: Camila Pescatore (William Carey, United States), Daisy Cegarra (Flor de Patria), Dayana Rodríguez (Students of Caracas), Micheel Baldallo (Deportivo Lara), Kareylen Capdevilla (Arroceros de Calabozo), Yerliane Moreno (Cúcuta Deportivo, Colombia ) and Victoria Pucci (IMG Academy, United States).
Strikers: Enyer Higuera (Sol de América, Paraguay), Virginia Mesa (Students of Mérida), Wilmary Argüelles (Caracas FC) and Kimberlyn Campos (Puerto Cabello Academy).