Panama

Panama

FIFA Ranking: 55th
The Panama national football team represents Panama in international football. The team is controlled by the governing body for football in Panama, Panamanian Football Federation, which is a member of CONCACAF and the regional UNCAF. Panama qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the first time for the 2018 tournament in Russia.

Panama finished as runners-up in the 2005 Gold Cup and 2013 Gold Cup. Panama has also competed in the sub-regional Central American Cup championship which they won in 2009. Description provided by Wikipedia

The Panama Squad

1. Blas Pérez Panama 543.6k fans 542.6
2. Román Torres Panama 446.1k fans 513.3
3. Alberto Quintero Panama 295.5k fans 468.0
4. Felipe Baloy  Panama 201.9k fans 425.6
5. Jaime Penedo Panama 157.4k fans 393.4
6. Armando Cooper Panama 143.9k fans 379.5
7. Ismael Diaz Panama 91.4k fans 319.6
8. Aníbal Godoy Panama 60.9k fans 268.4
9. Adolfo Machado Panama 50.0k fans 253.7
10. Erick Davis Panama 47.7k fans 247.9
11. José Calderón Panama 37.3k fans 223.0
12. Luis Ovalle Panama 30.9k fans 204.0
13. Michael Murillo Panama No fans 124.9
14. Gabriel Torres Panama No fans 124.9
15. Álex Rodríguez Panama No fans 124.9
16. Gabriel Gómez Panama No fans 124.9
17. Jose Luis Rodriguez Panama No fans 124.9
18. Edgar Yoel Barcenas Panama 5.1k fans 106.8
19. Luis Tejada Panama 4.6k fans 103.1
20. Valentín Pimentel Panama 3.1k fans 91.4
21. Harold Cummings Panama 2.6k fans 87.8
22. Abdiel Arroyo Panama 1.5k fans 71.0
23. Fidel Escobar Panama 161 fans 45.4

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