Braulio Luna

Mexico 2017

Braulio Luna was a strong athlete with a powerful shot from distance. An attacking player, he would normally figure on the left wing. He played all of his career in Mexico, mainly with UNAM, América and San Luis. He earnt his first cap in 1997 against Australia and a call up to the 1998 World Cup squad. After the World Cup his performances had convinced América to buy him from UNAM. He was also a member of Mexico’s World Cup squad in 2002, Confederations Cup squad in 1997 and Gold Cup squad in 1998.

Full name: Braulio Luna Guzmán
Born: 08/09/1974, Mexico City, Mexico
Clubs: UNAM (1994-1998), América (1998-2002), Necaxa (2002-2004), Veracruz (2004-2006), San Luis (2007-2010), Pachuca (2010-2011), Estudiantes Tecos (2011-2012), Veracruz (2012-2013), Cruz Azul Hidalgo (2013-2014), Atlético San Luis (2014)
International: 32 apps, 2 goals (1997-2010)
Position: Midfielder

Honours:

  • CONCACAF Giants Cup (1): 2001