Andy Reyes

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Andy Reyes
Surname Andy Josué Reyes Vado
birthday April 6, 1999
place of birth AlajuelaCosta Rica
size 173 cm
position striker
Years station
0000–2016 AD Carmelita
2017-2018 CF Pachuca
Years station Games (goals) 1
2016-2017 AD Carmelita at least 39 (7)
2018-2020 FC Juniors Upper Austria 29 (7)
2020 →  SC Austria Lustenau  (loan) 8 (0)
2020– CS Cartaginés 0 (0)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2015 Costa Rica U-17 at least 4 (1)
2016-2017 Costa Rica U-20 at least 5 (1)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: July 3, 2020

Andy Josué Reyes Vado (born April 6, 1999 in Alajuela ) is a Costa Rican soccer player .



Reyes began his career with AD Carmelita . He made his debut for Carmelita in January 2016 in the Liga de Fútbol de Primera División when he came on as a substitute for Alejandro Aguilar against CD Saprissa in the 68th minute . In 2017 he moved to Mexico for the U-20 team of CF Pachuca .

In the summer of 2018 he moved to LASK in Austria, only to play as a cooperation player for the second division club FC Juniors OÖ . After 29 appearances for the Juniors in the 2nd league , he was awarded to league competitor SC Austria Lustenau for a year and a half in February 2020 . After the 2019/20 season, the loan was ended prematurely after eight appearances. He then moved back to Costa Rica in August 2020, where he joined CS Cartaginés .

National team

Reyes competed with Costa Rica in the U-17 World Cup in 2015 . There he reached the quarter-finals with his team, where they failed to Belgium . Reyes appeared in four of Costa Rica's five matches and also scored a goal in the first group game against South Africa .

In 2017 he took part with the U-20 team in the CONCACAF U-20 championship , where you could reach the second group stage. Reyes was also used here in four out of five games and scored one goal against Honduras .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. LASK brings two 19-year-olds from Central America, on June 22, 2018, accessed on June 30, 2018
  2. SC Austria Lustenau signs four more players, on February 3, 2020, accessed on February 3, 2020