Forward Madison FC has signed Agustín Dávila for the 2024 season, pending league and federation approval, the club announced in a press release Wednesday.
The 25-year-old forward most recently played for Guayaquil City, on loan from Boston River for 2023, in the top league in Ecuador, making eight appearances and playing 193 minutes.
“We are very excited to add Agustín to our 2024 roster. He has great international experience and has competed in some high-level places,” said Head Coach Matt Glaeser. “Agustín is hungry to come in and prove himself and show his ability in our market. His game intelligence, final quality in chance creation, and willingness to work on both sides of the ball will make him a key addition to our environment.”
Dávila began his professional career for Peñarol, a Uruguayan club in the Primera División League. In 2017, he played for the Uruguay U18 international squad, making seven appearances and scoring four goals. That same year, he signed with a third-tier Spanish club, Real Sociedad, and debuted for the club’s reserve team a year later. In the two years that Dávila played for Real Sociedad, he made 23 appearances and scored three goals.
From 2018-2019, Dávila competed for the U-20 Uruguay team, making 15 appearances, scoring three goals, and finishing third at the 2019 South American U-20 Championship. At the club level, he returned to Peñarol before being loaned to Liverpool Montevideo, a Uruguayan Primera Division football club, in 2020. He made 16 appearances and scored one goal in his season with them.
In 2021, the 5’10 forward joined Boston River, making ten appearances and scoring one goal before being loaned to Guayaquil City for the 2023 season.