Andres Romero

Andres Romero
Andres Romero
Andres Romero
Montreal Impact
Real Name: Andrés Romero
HT: 5' 10" WT: 160
Age: 25 (12/21/1989)
Birthplace: Cordoba, Argentina

Impact Most Valuable Player: 2014
Amway Canadian Championship: 2013, 2014

2015: Completed his transfer from Brazilian club Tombense FC and signed a new contract with the Impact on January 5.

2014:Loaned by Tombense Futebol Club to the Impact on February 10… Awarded the Giuseppe Saputo Trophy, given to the Impact Most Valuable Player after setting several personal bests in his second season in MLS… Finished as the third leading scorer on the team with six goals, including a game-winner, in addition to three assists in 29 games played for 2,185 minutes, including 25 starts… Reached the 2,000 minutes played plateau in a season for the first time in his career in MLS… Also finished as the league’s best in shots on goal percentage with a 64.5% (20 shots on frame in 31 attempts)… Played a stretch of three consecutive games with a goal, from May 24 to June 11, 2014… Selected twice as the Vidéotron player of the game… Helped the team win a second consecutive Canadian championship, playing three games, including two as a starter… Tallied one goal and one assist in four games, all starts, during the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League… Also recorded one assist in two starts in the MLS Reserve League.

2013: Loaned by Tombense Futebol Club to the Impact on February 7… Recorded two goals and two assists in 30 regular season games, including 20 starts and 1,672 minutes… Selected once by the fans as the Videotron Player of the Game… Also helped the team win the Amway Canadian Championship, scoring one in four games in the tournament, with three starts… Played two CONCACAF Champions League games… Started two MLS Reserve League games.

2012: Began the season in the Brazilian Série B with Criciúma Esporte Clube where he played nine games in Campeonato Catarinense, including two starts and two Copa Kia do Brasil games… Concluded the year with Clube Náutico Capibaribe in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, appearing in six games.

2011/2012: Played in four games of the Torneon Inicial with Argentinos Juniors in the Argentinean first division.

2010/2011: Played seven games in the Torneon Inicial and five games in the Torneon Final with Argentinos Juniors… Also played in two Copa Sudamericana games.

2009/2010: Played four games in the Torneon Inicial and two games in the Torneon Final with Argentinos Juniors, helping the club win its third Clausura title.

2008/2009: Made his professional debut with Asociación Atlética Argentinos Juniors, in the Primera Division –t he Argentinean first division… Played nine games in the Torneon Inicial and 12 games in the Torneon Final with Argentinos Juniors… Also played in five Copa Sudamericana games, when the team reached the semi-finals.


Part of Argentinos Juniors’ youth academy.


Played five games with the Argentinean U20 National Team, including two starts in the U20 Campeonato Sudamericano, held in Venezuela.


Son of Oscar and Mariela Romero… Married to Maria and father of two twins, Alejo and Benicio… Has two brothers and one sister… Enjoys tennis.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Montreal Impact2622418604371629480
2014Montreal Impact2925621853312037530
2013Montreal Impact302021672218727240
Career Totals-8567125717986439311150
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