Player Details


Pablo Bonilla




5' 8"


154 lbs

Date of Birth

12.2.1999 (24)



Position Detail


Preferred Side




Roster Category

Career Summary

ACQUIRED: via transfer from Portland Timbers 2 on June 18, 2020.

2021: Started, logging 87 minutes against ATX on Aug. 21...Started for a fifth consecu- tive match against the Galaxy on July 30... Started against ATX on July 1... Came off the bench against the Dyanmo on June 23... Started, logging 82 minutes against San Jose on May 15 ... Started and played 90 minutes against FC Dallas on May 1 ... Started and tallied his first assist of the season against Houston on April 24 ...

2020: Tallied one assist in 12 appearances (10 starts) during the 2020 MLS regular season ... Across all competitions in 2020, tallied one assist in 15 games played (12 starts) ... Started and played 84 minutes against RSL on Oct. 14 ... Started and played 78 minutes against the LA Galaxy on Oct. 7 ... Started and played 90 minutes against Vancouver on Sept. 27 ... Started, playing 90 minutes against Seattle on Sept. 23 ... In his first career start at Providence Park, logged 78 minutes against the LA Galaxy on Sept. 2 ... Logged four minutes against Philadelphia on Aug. 5 ... In his second start of the tournament, logged 90 minutes against NYCFC on Aug. 1 ... Made his Timbers debut, starting and playing 82 minutes against the Houston Dynamo on July 18 ... Acquired by the Portland Timbers from T2 on June 18 ... Made his T2 debut, starting and logging an assist at Phoenix Rising FC on March 7.

CAREER: A native of Píritu, Venezuela, Bonilla, joined T2 from Deportivo La Guaira Fútbol Club (2019), where he made six appearances (six starts) in the Apertura Tournament, scoring a goal in his debut. Prior to joining La Guaira, Bonilla made his professional debut as a 17-year-old with Portuguesa Fútbol Club (2017-19), appearing in 66 matches (65 starts) and registering three goals and seven assists.

HONORS: MLS is Back Tournament in 2020.

INTERNATIONAL: Was called in by the Venezuela U-23 Men’s National Team for the 2020 CONMEBOL Pre-Olympic Tournament, where he started and played three consecutive first round matches