|Full name||Eder Líder Mármol Cuenca|
|Date of birth||2 October 1985|
|Place of birth||Juan León Mallorquín, Paraguay|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Current club||Free agent|
|1999–2002||4 de Agosto|
|2002–2004||River Plate Asunción||?||(0)|
|2004||Sol de América||?||(2)|
|2009||12 de Octubre||?||(?)|
|2009||San Martín San Juan||31||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 July 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Mármol began his career in Paraguay with CD 4 de Agosto. After four seasons at the club Mármol moved on to Paraguayan second division side Club Atlético River Plate (Asunción). His play at River started to gain him notice by the countries first division clubs. He was acquired by first division side Club Sol de América where he remained for one year. In 2005 he joined Club Guaraní, helping the club to a second place finish in the Torneo Apertura. After two successful seasons at the club, Mármol emigrated to Hércules CF in Spain's Second Division. After arriving in Spain during the December European transfer window, together with his Paraguayan compatriot Julio Irrazábal, both signed with a contract of six months with an option to extend to three years. Mármol became a fixture in the center of the defense starting eleven matches and scoring one goal for the Spanish side. At the conclusion of the 2007 season, Mármol was invited for a pre season try-outs with Coventry City FC, Reading FC and AFC Bournemouth.
After failing to settle with Chicago Fire, Mármol was released by the club in January 2009.
|Liga Paraguaya: Primera División||44||3|
|Major League Soccer||2||0|
Líder Mármol has represented Paraguay at the under 20 level.
In October 2010, his sister faked her own kidnapping in an attempt to extort $40,000 from Marmol.