Alonso Coello Camarero (born October 12, 1999) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Toronto FC in Major League Soccer.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Coello began playing football at age four with Madrid Sur de Vallecas, eventually moving onto the Atlético Madrid youth system, when he was six, where he played for five years. Afterwards, he joined the youth system of Rayo Vallecano. With the Rayo Vallecano Juvenil, he won the Copa Federación Nacional Juvenil.
In 2018, he moved to the United States to attend Florida Atlantic University, where he played for the men's soccer team, joining through the La Liga ProPlayer initiative, a program that allows players from academy teams in Spain, between the ages 16 and 22, to go to the United States to play college soccer, where they can earn a university degree concurrently. At FAU, he studied economics. He scored his first goal on October 19, 2018, on a free kick, against the FIU Panthers. During his freshman season, he led the team with four assists and was named to the C-USA All-Conference Third Team and the C-USA All-Freshman Team. As a sophomore, he became FAU’s first-ever player to earn C-USA First Team honors. In his junior year, he was named to the All-C-USA Second Team. In his senior year in 2021, he was named to the All-C-USA Second Team, All-C-USA Tournament Team, and United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Third Team, as FAU reached the C-USA finals for the first time in program history. He served as a team captain from 2019 to 2021.
In 2019, he played with the Dalton Red Wolves in USL League Two. In 2020, he was set to join the Portland Timbers U23 in USL2, however, the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2022, he signed a professional contract with Toronto FC II in MLS Next Pro. He made his debut on April 3 against FC Cincinnati 2. He scored his first professional goal on May 8, converting a penalty kick against New York City FC II. He served as team captain and played a team-high 2,189 minutes in 25 appearances.
In March 2023, he joined the Toronto FC first team on a short-term four day loan ahead of the team's match against the San Jose Earthquakes. He made his Major League Soccer debut on March 25, starting the match against San Jose, playing the full 90 minutes. He signed a second short-term loan for the following match, as well. In April 2023, he was signed to a permanent contract with the first team for the 2023 season, with club options for 2024 and 2025, after having played the maximum number of two games under MLS short-term loan agreements.
12 appearances in the current 2023 Season