David Diosa is an attacker from Medellin, Colombia. Diosa was a member of the Cosmos Under-18 and Under-23 teams where he played under current Cosmos head coach Giovanni Savarese. The young forward impressed as a substitute in the Cosmos’ friendly match against Newtown Pride FC, scoring a goal in the game’s closing minutes.
In 2010, Diosa scored the first goal for a Cosmos side in 25 years when he opened the scoring for his New York Cosmos Academy Under-18 side in a U.S. Soccer Development Academy match against Connecticut’s South Central Premier.
Diosa signed with the Cosmos on July 5, 2013.
2014: Appeared in nine contests…Tallied one goal and picked up one assist in 555 minutes of action.
2013: Signed with the New York Cosmos on July 5 … Made his Cosmos debut in the Cosmos’ 1-0 regular season finale victory over Atlanta on Nov. 2 , playing 38 minutes as a substitute.
2011: Member of the New York Cosmos Under-23 that participated in the Premier Development League … Earned a spot in the Cosmos team that played against Manchester United at Old Trafford in Paul Scholes’ testimonial match.
2010: Played for the New York Cosmos Academy Under-18 team … Scored the first goal for a Cosmos side in 25 years in a U.S. Soccer Development Academy match against Connecticut’s South Central Premier.
David Diosa was born on April 12, 1992, in Medellin, Colombia … Diosa moved to the United States with his mother and sister 11 years ago.