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Who are and how many are the Mexicans who play football in Europe?

One of the objectives of mexican soccer has been the eexport of players to Europe. Over the years, both the MX League as other circumstances

Who are and how many are the Mexicans who play football in Europe?


One of the objectives of mexican soccer has been the eexport of players to Europe. Over the years, both the MX League as other circumstances have brought the Mexican player closer to different leagues. This not only concerns the male category, but also to the female branch.

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In total they are 66 Mexican players those that are distributed in the different categories of football on the old continent, although not all have opted for defending the Mexico shirt. On the other hand, in the women’s league, there are seven players in the different leagues of Europe.

Mexican players in Europe

  • Kenti Robles – Real Madrid
  • pamela plugging – Villarreal
  • Emily Alvarado – Stade de Remis
  • anika rodriguez – PSV
  • Tatiana Flores –Chelsea
  • Silvana Flores –Tottenham
  • Myra Delgadillo – SC Braga

Mexican players in Europe

Orbelin Pineda He was one of the last players to arrive in European football. At the beginning of the year, the native of Guerrero left Blue Cross to sign with Celta Vigo of the league of Spain.

  • Andres Guardado – Real Betis
  • Diego Lainez – Real Betis
  • Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Corona – Seville
  • Hector Herrera – Atletico Madrid
  • Nestor Araujo – Celta de Vigo
  • Orbelin Pineda – Celta de Vigo
  • Emiliano Garcia – Villarreal
  • Santiago Montiel – Villarreal
  • Oscar Whalley – Castellón
  • Diego Cornejo – Alcorcon
  • Alan Araiza – Linares Deportivo
  • Diego Chavez – Salamanca CF (2B Spain)
  • Luis Telles – Salamanca CF (2B Spain)
  • Luis Martinez – Salamanca CF (2B Spain)
  • Jorge Mora – Salamanca CF (2B Spain)
  • Kristian Alvarez – Salamanca CF (2B Spain)
  • Erik Aguado – Real Oviedo (2B Spain)
  • Kenyi Adachi – Real Burgos
  • Miguel Rebollo – Real Burgos
  • Jorge Leal – Atlético Monzón (3rd Division Spain)
  • Juanma Justo – Ourense (3rd Division Spain)
  • Andres Viveros – Pontevedra B (2B Spain)
  • Juan Marin – Alboraya UD
  • Iñaki Martínez – Rapid de Bouzas (3rd Spain)
  • Marcelo del Olmo – Real Oviedo Vetusta
  • Carlos de la Peña – Villanueva de Pardillo
  • Mateo Velazquez – Torrelodones CF
  • Diego Pereira – Ural FC
  • Patricio Pinzon – CD Leganes
  • Tobias Romero – Santa Catalina
  • Lago Martinez – EF Goalkeeper 2000
  • Bryan Salazar – Racing Murcia City FC
  • Eldelmiro Elizalde – Ontiyent CF (2B Spain)
  • Roberto Cavazos – Eldense
  • Isaac Shehoa – Merida ADC
  • Santiago Palacios – CF Pozuelo (3rd Division Spain)
  • Miguel Rebollo – Águilas FC (3rd Division Spain)
  • Javier Junyent – ​​SD Almazan (3rd Division Spain)
  • Armando Arce – UB Corquense (3rd Division Spain)
  • Luis Rangel – UB Corquense (3 was Spain Division)
  • Aldo Benítez – Alcobendas (3 was Division Spain)
  • Alan Araiza – Linares Deportivo (3rd Division Spain)
  • Omar Govea – Zulte Waregem
  • Gerardo Arteaga – Genk
  • Nicolás Carrera – Holstein Kiel (2nd Germany)
  • Joel Bustamante – Gr. Fürth ll (4th Germany)
  • Jubril Oseni – TSV Kastl (6th Germany)
  • Diego Weinert – Sub 15 Wolfsburg (Germany)
  • Sebastián Ramírez – Sub 13 of Wolfsburg (Germany)
  • Armando Castañeda – Club Esportiu Carroi
  • Alejandro Huerta – Sports Club Carroi
  • Victor Perez – Sports Club Carroi
  • Jose Ramirez – Athletic Club d’Escaldes
  • Diego Najera – FC Santa Coloma
  • Armando Avelar – Esportoiu Carriu
  • Erick Gutierrez – PSV
  • Edson Alvarez – Ajax
  • Richard Ledesma – PSV U21
  • Alex Mendez – Ajax B
  • Ulysses Llanez – Heerenveen
  • Teun Wilkie – Heerenveen U19
  • Raul Jimenez – Wolverhampton
  • Marcelo Flores – Arsenal
  • Santiago Munoz – Newcastle
  • Hirving Lozano – Napoli
  • Luka Romero – Lazio
  • Johan Vasquez – Genoa