Verga in 2015
7 October 1989|
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Playing position||Midfielder / Forward|
|Last updated on: 6 February 2020|
Verga has played his whole senior career for Amsterdam. In the Dutch winter break in 2017, he was the first Dutch player to play in the Malaysia Hockey League, he played for Terengganu. In the winter of 2019, he returned to Malaysia, this time he played for UniKL.
At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for the national team in the men's tournament, winning a silver medal. He was also part of the Netherlands 2016 Summer Olympic team. His father Alejandro was also an Olympic hockey player, but for Argentina. In 2018, Verga played in his third World Cup, where they won the silver medal. Due to his decision to play in the 2019 Malaysia Hockey League, he was not selected for the 2019 FIH Pro League. After the 2019 European Championships he returned in the national team for the FIH Olympic Qualifier against Pakistan. In February 2020 he was dropped from the national team's training squad for the 2020 Summer Olympics.
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