While at the Azul Sports Center, the faces are not the best considering the season of the game that the football club has experienced, at least University of Chile given the time herald the return of an ancient glory.
But it’s not their men’s team, but the women’s team, because with great enthusiasm, the blues announced the return of the forward. Fernando Araya who after six years, returned to the U.
That’s it, the former Santiago Morning traveled with the rest of the delegation to Brazil to face Fluminense this Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Presidente Manoel Schwartzy Stadium and serve as preparation for Las Leonas for the next Women’s Copa Libertadores which this year will take place in Colombia.
Araya, trained by the blue quarry for almost 20 years and champion in 2016 (injured in the finals) is coming back from a serious injury that sidelined him from the courts for almost a year, after suffering it on a tour of the Chilean team in October last year and precisely, that knee injury prevented him from going to the Libertadores defending the Bohemians.
“Fernanda Araya is wearing blue again! After making a big part of her recovery with us, now we have the opportunity to travel with the Lionesses. “Let it be a nice experience, Fer!” according to the publication of the social networks of day U about the player who has been at the club since the end of March.
Who will be the opponents of Universidad de Chile in the 2023 Copa Libertadores Femenina?
The blues are part of group B and will debut against University of Sports this October 5 at 5 pm, to measure themselves against Olympics in Paraguay on the 8th of the same month and at the same time, to close before Independent Santa Fe on October 11 at 7:30 pm. The three matches will take place at the Estadio Metropolitano de Techo in Bogotá and will always be in the territory of Chile.
When will the 2023 Women’s Copa Libertadores take place?
The competition that will take place in Colombia will take place between October 5 and 21 in Cali and Bogotá, where the stadiums are the Pascual Guerrero and the Metropolitano de Techo, respectively.