With the Foreign Legion Reynoso announce squad list for Germany

With the Foreign Legion! Reynoso announce squad list for Germany and Morocco

Everything ready! After working with the League 1 players for a few days, Juan Reinoso revealed the final list of call-ups for the next friendlies of FIFA’s appointment against Germany and Morocco. The ‘Cabezón’ decided to mention the footballers active abroad and surprised with some names from the local media. One of the most notable absences is the end of Bryan Reyna, who participates in Alianza Lima.

Despite keeping the base of the team that played Qatar 2022 qualifiers, the strategist has decided to give youngsters a chance Percy Liza and Jesus Castillo. The former is a member of Marítimo de Portugal while the latter comes from a great season with Sporting Cristal in the Copa Libertadores.

List of those summoned by Juan Reynoso

Goalkeeper: Pedro Gallese, Jose Carvallo and Carlos Caceda.
Defense: Luis Advincula, Luis Abram, Carlos Zambrano, Marcos Lopez, Miguel Araujo, Miguel Trauco and Anderson Santamaria.
Midfield player: Renato Tapia, Wilder Cartagena, Yoshimar Yotun, Edison Flowers, Christopher Gonzales, Jesus Castillo, Peter Aquino, Sergio Peña and Andy Polo.
Forward: Gianluca Lapadula, Raul Ruidíaz, André Carrillo, Alex Valera, Percy Liza and Ray Sandoval.

Summoned by Juan Reynoso.  Photo: FPF.

Summoned by Juan Reynoso. Photo: FPF.

When will Peru play Germany and Morocco in a friendly?

The games against the Germans and Moroccans will take place on March 25th and 28th respectively. In addition, both duels will take place on European soil for the first time in the Reynoso era: the four-time champions will be played in Mainz (Germany) and Morocco in Madrid (Spain).

Peru vs. Germany

  • Date: March 25th
  • Time: 2:45 p.m. (Peruvian time)

Peru vs Morocco

  • Date: March 28th
  • Time: 4:30 p.m. (Peruvian time)

Where will the Peru team play the 2026 qualifiers?

On this road to the 2026 World Cup, at least in 2023, the Peruvian team will not be able to play at home in the National Stadium for the U-17 World Cup due to the works being carried out on the lawn of the venue with a view. The headquarters where the Bicolor would play their games would be the Monumental Stadium of Ate, also known as the Monumental U Marathon Stadium.