Meet the 2015 Copa America Coaches

  • Cup Coaches
    1/27 Meet the 12 coaches who will guide the national teams in Chile 2015.
  • Dunga (Brazil)
    2/27 Former captain and Brazilian coach will seek to recover the 'jogo bonito' and lead the 'Scratch' to its ninth Copa America.
  • Dunga (Brazil)
    3/27 Former captain and Brazilian coach will seek to recover the 'jogo bonito' and lead the 'Scratch' to its ninth Copa America.
  • Noel Sanvicente (Venezuela)
    4/27 Venezuelan coach, who is directing a national team for the first time, will lead the Vinotinto seek to conquer its first Copa America.
  • Noel Sanvicente (Venezuela)
    5/27 Venezuelan coach, who is directing a national team for the first time, will lead the Vinotinto seek to conquer its first Copa America.
  • Miguel Herrera (Mexico)
    6/27 The popular Mexican coach have a major challenge, but despite what he says, his main goal is not this tournament, his mind and effort are on the other competition for El Tri this summer, the Gold Cup.
  • Miguel Herrera (Mexico)
    7/27 The popular Mexican coach have a major challenge, but despite what he says, his main goal is not this tournament, his mind and effort are on the other competition for El Tri this summer, the Gold Cup.
  • Gerardo Martino (Argentina)
    8/27 The new coach of the 'Albiceleste' will try to give Argentina its first major international title in 22 years.
  • Gerardo Martino (Argentina)
    9/27 The new coach of the 'Albiceleste' will try to give Argentina its first major international title in 22 years.
  • Gustavo Quinteros (Bolivia)
    10/27 Born in Argentina but with Bolivian nationality, Gustavo has extensive experience in the South American football, Ecuador is not the first national team he lead, he command Bolivia from 2010 to 2012.
  • Gustavo Quinteros (Bolivia)
    11/27 Born in Argentina but with Bolivian nationality, Gustavo has extensive experience in the South American football, Ecuador is not the first national team he lead, he command Bolivia from 2010 to 2012.
  • Cup Coaches
    12/27 Cup Coaches
  • Mauricio Soria (Bolivia)
    13/27 Three titles in the local football gave him the right since 2015 to lead the Bolivian national team. The fresh air and good ideas are waiting to be reflected to stay a long-term project.
  • Mauricio Soria (Bolivia)
    14/27 Three titles in the local football gave him the right since 2015 to lead the Bolivian national team. The fresh air and good ideas are waiting to be reflected to stay a long-term project.
  • Ricardo Gareca (Peru)
    15/27 The Argentine coach, who recently took over as Inca coach, will seek to equal or exceed the Peruvian presentation at 2011 Copa America.
  • Jorge Sampaoli (Chile)
    16/27 The coach of ‘La Roja’ continues the work that begun with Bielsa, an offensive style of game is his mark.
  • Jorge Sampaoli (Chile)
    17/27 The coach of ‘La Roja’ continues the work that begun with Bielsa, an offensive style of game is his mark.
  • Ramon Diaz (Paraguay)
    18/27 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to return the Paraguayan national team to the elite of South American soccer.
  • Ramon Diaz (Paraguay)
    19/27 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to return the Paraguayan national team to the elite of South American soccer.
  • Jose Pekerman (Colombia)
    20/27 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.
  • Jose Pekerman (Colombia)
    21/27 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.
  • Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay)
    22/27 With almost ten years in charge, Tabarez knows very well all the youth system and is involved in the development of every aspect in the Uruguayan national team. He won the last Copa America and he'll try to maintain the crown.
  • Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay)
    23/27 With almost ten years in charge, Tabarez knows very well all the youth system and is involved in the development of every aspect in the Uruguayan national team. He won the last Copa America and he'll try to maintain the crown.
  • Winfried Schaefer (Jamaica)
    24/27 Despite directing the Reggae Boyz since 2013, the German is an enigma, he will be tested in Chile 2015.
  • Winfried Schaefer (Jamaica)
    25/27 Despite directing the Reggae Boyz since 2013, the German is an enigma, he will be tested in Chile 2015.
  • Ricardo Gareca (Peru)
    26/27 The Argentine coach, who recently took over as Inca coach, will seek to equal or exceed the Peruvian presentation at 2011 Copa America.
  • Cup Coaches
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Gerardo Martino (Argentina)
The new coach of the 'Albiceleste' will try to give Argentina its first major international title in 22 years.

Mauricio Soria (Bolivia)
Three titles in the local football gave him the right since 2015 to lead the Bolivian national team. The fresh air and good ideas are waiting to be reflected to stay a long-term project.

Dunga (Brazil)
Former captain and Brazilian coach will seek to recover the 'jogo bonito' and lead the 'Scratch' to its ninth Copa America.

Jorge Sampaoli (Chile)
The coach of ‘La Roja’ continues the work that begun with Bielsa, an offensive style of game is his mark.

Jose Pekerman (Colombia)
The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.

Gustavo Quinteros (Bolivia)
Born in Argentina but with Bolivian nationality, Gustavo has extensive experience in the South American football, Ecuador is not the first national team he lead, he command Bolivia from 2010 to 2012.

Winfried Schaefer (Jamaica)
Despite directing the Reggae Boyz  since 2013, the German is an enigma, he will be tested in Chile 2015.

Miguel Herrera (Mexico)
The popular Mexican coach have a major challenge, but despite what he says, his main goal is not this tournament, his mind and effort are on the other competition for El Tri this summer, the Gold Cup.

Ramón Díaz (Paraguay)
The Argentine coach has the responsibility to return the Paraguayan national team to the elite of South American soccer.

Ricardo Gareca (Peru)
The Argentine coach, who recently took over as Inca coach, will seek to equal or exceed the Peruvian presentation at 2011 Copa America.

Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay)
With almost ten years in charge, Tabarez knows very well all the youth system and is involved in the development of every aspect in the Uruguayan national team. He won the last Copa America and he'll try to maintain the crown.

Noel Sanvicente (Venezuela)
Venezuelan coach, who is directing a national team for the first time, will lead the Vinotinto seek to conquer its first Copa America.