Copa America 2016


Rosters are out and the following Copa America 2016 players play on teams named after dates or people:

Edward Zenteno – Wiltsermann
Cristhian Machado – Wiltermann
Fernando Salcedo – Wilstermann

Paulo Garces – Colo-colo
Jean Beausejour – Colo-colo
Esteban Pavez – Colo-colo

Jaime Ayovi – Godoy Cruz

Ricardo Ade – Dom Bosco
Junior Delva – Dom Bosco
Kervans Belfort – 1461 Trabzon

Eric Davis – DAC 1904
Ricardo Butrago – Juan Aurich
Alfredo Stephens – DAC 1904
Luis Tejada – Juan Aurich

Justo Villar – Colo-Colo

Pedro Gallese – Juan Aurich
Paolo de la Haza – Juan Aurich
Christian Ramos – Juan Aurich
Christofer Gonzalez – Colo-Colo
Alejandro Hohberg – Universitario Cesar Vallejo
Ivan Bulos – O’Higgins

Martin Silva – Vasco da Gama



Copa America Alert!

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Copa America Players who play on club teams named after people:

1. Jaime Ayovi (Ecuador) – Godoy Cruz

2. Milton Casco (Argentina) – Newell’s Old Boys

3. Marcos Caceres (Paraguay) – Newell’s Old Boys

4. Martin Silva (Uruguay) – Vasco da Gama

5. Pedro Gallese (Peru) – Juan Aurich

6. Christian Ramos (Peru) – Juan Aurich

7. Jair Cespedes (Peru) – Juan Aurich

8. Salomon Libman (Peru) – Cesar Vallejo

9. Pedro Requena (Peru) – Cesar Vallejo

10. Hansell Riojas (Peru) – Cesar Vallejo

Peru tops the list with 6 players who play on teams named after people, so FTNADP officially supports Peru in the 2015 Copa America.

Club Juan Aurich

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Country: Peru    City: Chiclayo          Founded: 1922             Colors: Red and White
Stadium: Estadio Elias Aguirre      Web:

“Juan Aurich” clubs have existed in different forms since 1922, often being closed for financial reasons after relegation:
1922 – 1992: Juan Aurich
1993 – 1996: Aurich-Canana
1996 – 2004: Juan Aurich Chiclayo
2005 – Present: Juan Aurich

The Club was founded by workers of the Hacienda Batan Grande and named after the hacienda’s owner, Juan Aurich Pastor. He was born on September 3, 1867 in Lambayeque and is said to have grown up on the hacienda that he would later come to own.  At the time, he was one of the biggest  businessmen in Peru. He’s also described as a politician, conservationist, and visionary although not without some controversy.  You see, the area where the hacienda existed was home to the extensive archeological remains of the Lambayeque or Sican culture, which are said to have been systematically looted and sold since the early 1900s.

Juan Aurich passed away in 1935, and his family eventually lost control of the hacienda in an agrarian reform moment in 1973. The area is now a historical protected park called, “Santuario Historico Bosque de Pomac.”