César Villaluz

César Villaluz, Mexican footballer, 31 years old.

Association Football Player
César Villaluz
César Villaluz is a Mexican footballer. He was born on July 18, 1988 (31 years old) in Mexico City. César Osvaldo Villaluz Martínez is a Mexican footballer. At the young age of seventeen he participated in the U-17 World Cup with the Mexican national team and his efforts as midfielder helped his team to victory against Brazil as well as throughout the entire tournament.

When is César Villaluz's next birthday?

César Villaluz was born on the , which was a Monday. He will be turning 32 in only 181 days from today (19 January, 2020).

César Villaluz is 31 years old.

César Villaluz zodiac sign is cancer.
César Villaluz is 1.65m tall, which is equivalent to 5′5″.ft.

Sports Teams (6)

Team Match/Point Start End Age
Cruz Azul F.C 2006 2011 Villaluz was 17 years old.
Mexico national under-17 football team 2005 2005 Villaluz was 16 years old.
Mexico national football team 2007 2007 Villaluz was 18 years old.
Mexico national under-20 football team 2007 2007 Villaluz was 18 years old.
Tigres UANL 2013 2013 Villaluz was 24 years old.
San Luis F.C. 2012 2012 Villaluz was 23 years old.

Place of Birth, Real Name, Education, etc.

Team Cruz Azul, Mexico national under-20 football team, San Luis F.C., Mexico national under-17 football team, Tigres UANL, Chiapas F.C., Mexico_national_under-22_football_team
Country of citizenship Mexico
Sport number 10
Sport Association Football
Country for sport Mexico
Given name César
Sex or gender Male
Languages spoken, written or signed Spanish
Place of birth Mexico City
Position played on team / speciality Midfielder
Work period (start) 2004-01-01T00:00:00Z

César Villaluz (31 years)
César Villaluz

Mexican footballer

  • Birth place: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Birth Sign: Cancer
Monday, July 18, 1988

Days left until next birthday: 181 days (as of January 19)

Birth sign: Cancer

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