José Antonio Roca García (24 May 1928 at Mexico City – 4 May 2007 at Mexico City) was a former Mexican football player and manager.
Life and Career
Born in Mexico City, Roca played football for Asturias F.C., Club Necaxa, Zacatepec and Atlante F.C..
After he retired from playing, Roca became a football manager, leading Club América for 173 matches during 1970 to 1975. He would also manage Club de Fútbol Laguna, Atlético Español, Tampico Madero, Club Atlas, Deportivo Toluca F.C., Club Necaxa, Atlante F.C. and Ángeles de Puebla.
For the Selección de fútbol de México (Mexico national team), he participated in three FIFA World Cup (1950, 1954 and 1958) tournaments as a player and one (1978) as a manager.