Peru Copa America 2021 Team Squad Lineup fixtures & Live Telecast Info: The 47th edition of Copa America is scheduled to begin with its first 2021 match on June 12th. This is the first time, the tournament will be organized and hosted in two countries Colombia and Argentina. Here we have covered more about the team Peru, one of the participating teams at the upcoming Copa America 2021.
Peru had a fantastic history of records in the Copa America events. After Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil, Peru is the fourth top performing team to win the South American Cup. The team with four goals has managed to have the highest number of goals at the Copa America and has conquered this feat number of times. In 1941 and 1949, it posted a record win of 4-0 against Ecuador and in 1947 with 5-1 against Colombia and Venezuela.
The team had to face the biggest defeat in the 1997 semi-final match against Brazil with 0-7 points. Peru holds a record of winning the Copa America tournament twice and has been qualified five times for the FIFA World Cup.
Paolo Guerrero is the all-time star player of the team with a total of 38 goals under his name. Roberto Palacios with a total of 128 appearances in the team is known as the most capped player. Ricardo Gareca played a major role in managing the team, where under his leadership, Peru was placed at the third spot at the 2015 Copa America, reached the quarter-finals of the Copa America Centenario, earned the second position at the 2019 Copa America tournament, and also participated in the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals.
Peru Copa America 2021 Schedule
( BST/UK – ET)
|Friday, June 18||B||Peru vs Brazil||1:00 AM / 8:00 PM||Nilton Santos|
|Monday, June 21||B||Colombia vs Peru||1:00 AM / 8:00 PM||Olimpico|
|Wednesday, June 23||B||Ecuador vs Peru||10:00 PM / 5:00 PM||Olimpico|
|Sunday, June 28||B||Venezuela vs Peru||10:00 PM / 5:00 PM||Mane Garrincha|
Peru Copa America 2021 squad players list
Goalkeepers: Renato Solis, Jose Carvallo, Pedro Gallese
Defenders: Luis Abram, Luis Advincula, Miguel Araujo, Alexander Callens, Aldo Corzo, Marcos Lopez, Jhilmar Lora, Christian Ramos, Anderson Santamaria, Miguel Trauco
Midfielders: Pedro Aquino, Christian Cueva, Martin Tavara, Sergio Pea, Edison Flores, Christopher Gonzales, Yoshimar Yotun
Forwards: Luis Ibrico, Andre Carrillo, Paolo Guerrero, Gianluca Lapadula, Alex Valera, Raul Ruidiaz
Record at the Copa América
Most recent finishes:
2015: Third place
2011: Third place