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Gustavo Alfaro

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Established
1962 (61 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Olímpico Atahualpa
(35,742 Capacity)

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Location
Quito, Ecuador

Nicknames
La Tri (The Tri)

Competitions
Copa America
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The Ecuador national football team (Spanish: Selección de fútbol de Ecuador) has represented Ecuador in men's international football since 1938, and is controlled by the Ecuadorian Football Federation (Federación Ecuatoriana de Fútbol). They joined FIFA in 1926 and CONMEBOL a year later.

Discarding an invitation to participate in the inaugural 1930 FIFA World Cup held in Uruguay, Ecuador didn't make their tournament debut until 2002. After finishing above Brazil and Uruguay in the standings, the qualifying campaign marked the emergence of several players, such as Agustín Delgado, Álex Aguinaga, Iván Hurtado, Ulises de la Cruz and Iván Kaviedes, who would set the stage for Ecuador's achievements in the next decade. Having reached the Round of 16 in a memorable 2006 World Cup campaign, they were expected to deliver at the 2007 Copa América but were eliminated in the group stage. Along with Venezuela, they have not won the continental tournament. La Tri's best performance was fourth in 1959 and 1993, both times on home soil.

Ecuador plays the majority of their home matches at the Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa in Quito. It is set to be demolished in late-2020 to make way for a new and more modern venue.

Team Members
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Arboleda
#5



Xavier
Bermello
(Xavier Arreaga)



Moisés
Caicedo
#25



José
Cifuentes




Alexander
Dominguez




Pervis
Estupiñán
#30



Hernán
Galíndez
#30



Carlos
Gruezo
#25



Piero
Hincapié




Romario
Ibarra




Gonzalo
Jiménez
(Gonzalo Plata)



Michael
Martínez
(Michael Estrada)



Ángel
Mena




Sebas
Méndez




Jeremy
Morante
#19 (Jeremy Sarmiento)



William
Pacho
#51



Diego
Palacios
(Chiqui Palacios)



Alan
Palma
#21



Ayrton
Preciado




Angelo
Preciado
#77



Moises
Ramirez




Djorkaeff
Reasco




Kevin
Rodríguez




Felix
Torres




Enner
Valencia
#13



Jackson
Vernaza



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Stadium or Home

Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa is a multi-purpose stadium in Quito, Ecuador. It is currently used mostly for football matches and has a capacity of 35,724.

Built in 1951, it sits at the intersection of the Avenida 6 de Diciembre and Avenida Naciones Unidas, two major streets in Ecuador's capital city. Football clubs Deportivo Quito, El Nacional and Universidad Católica use the facility for their home games, although other prominent teams in the city have used the stadium for home games in the past. The stadium is named after Inca prince Atahualpa. The stadium is located at an elevation of 2,782 metres (9,127 ft).

At this venue, the Ecuadorian national football team has beaten Brazil twice, Paraguay three times, and Argentina twice, amongst others, securing their positions in Korea/Japan 2002, Germany 2006, and Brazil 2014. During the qualifying for Germany 2006 and Brazil 2014, Ecuador qualified and remained undefeated in this stadium.

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