Andy Polo

by Rob 26 Jun,2018
Andy Polo
Body Stats
Height 5 Feet 9 Inch
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Andy Jorman Polo Andrade
  • Birth Place Lima, Peru
  • Famous Name Andy Polo
  • Salary €312K
  • Nationality Peruvian
  • Currently Working For Peru national football team and Portland Timbers
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to N/A
  • Divorce No
  • Children N/A
  • Affair with N/A
  • is-played-fifa-word-cup-2018 1
  • Tatto(s) No
  • Squad No 14
  • Caps 17
  • Rank 592

Andy Polo is an international soccer player who currently plays as striker or forward for Peru national football team and Portland Timbers on a loan from Morelia.


The 23-year-old soccer player is managed by EUROPE SPORTS GROUP.

Early Life

Andy Polo was born on 29th September 1994, in Lima, Peru as Andy Jorman Polo Andrade. Reviewing his nationality, Polo is Peruvian. He was born to his father Amador Polo and mother Marisol Andrade.

Net Worth

Polo's current market price is estimated to be around €900K as of 2nd May 2018.  Examing his professional football career playing for several football clubs for Peru and other teams around the world has fetched him a good sum of money.

Currently, Polo earns €6K as his weekly wage, i.e. around €312K per annum through his current club. But it turns out that Polo isn’t comfortable about talking about his net worth with the media. So, the information about his properties, car or house isn't revealed yet.


Andy Polo came in the field of football as a youth member of a Peruvian football club Universitario de Deportes and later was promoted to the first squad in 2011. At the age of 16, he made his official debut on 23rd April 2011, against Alianza Atletico where he was substituted for Raul Ruidiaz.

Polo scored his first senior goal on his second match against Cienciano del Cuzco on 6th May 2011. In a short-duration, he was named in the starting eleven.

When he was 16, Polo was listed for the U20 Universitario squad to participated at 2011 U-20 Copa Libertadores and led the team to win 2011 U20 Copa Libertadores.

Andy Polo later voted man of the match after provided an assist for Raul Ruidiaz's goal in a 1-1 tie with Godoy Cruz. Polo was awarded for Jugador Revelacion (Breakthrough Player) of the 2011 Torneo Descentralizado season.

Polo moved to USM Porres on 1st March 2013, where he played 28 games scoring 4 goals in a 2013-014 season. On 31st January 2014, he was signed by Internazionale but he didn't make any appearances.

Milianaros bought 50% of his playing rights on 7th July 2014 and scored 2 goals in 11 games before being loaned six months later to Universitario, where he won the 2016 Apertura Tournament.

On January 10, 2017, Polo moved to Monarcas with an undisclosed transfer fee. He has so far played 2 games netting 2 goals. Polo signed a loan-deal with Portland Timbers in January 2018 and made his debut in the opening round of the 2018 MLS fixtures where Timbers lost by 2-1 to LA Galaxy.

International Career

After representing Peru U17 and U20 squad, Polo made his full international debut in a 1-0 lost to Uruguay during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers on 30th March 2016.

FIFA World Cup

In May 2018, Andy Polo along with fellow Peru players such as striker, Andre Carrillo, and midfielder, Yoshimar Yotun was included in the squad for Peru led by captain Paolo Guerrero at the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Russia.

Personal Life

Currently 23, Polo is 5 feet 9 inches tall in his height and weighs around 70 kg. He is a married man and has two children. However, he hasn’t shared anything about his wife and children.

More Biography