Luis Oseguera

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Luis Oseguera
Personal information
Full name Luis Enrique Oseguera
Date of birth (1976-05-06) 6 May 1976 (age 38)
Place of birth Olanchito, Honduras
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1992–1995 Victoria
1995–1998 Luis Ángel Firpo
1996 Marathón
Tally Juca
1998 Suchitepéquez
1999–2001 Broncos
2001–2002 Victoria
2002–2003 Motagua
2003–2004 Platense
2004–2005 Vida
2005–2006 Hispano
2006–2007 Villanueva
National team
1995 Honduras U20 3 (1)
1995 Honduras U23
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Luis Enrique Oseguera (born 6 May 1976) is a former professional footballer who played in the CONCACAF Champions' Cup and FIFA World Youth Championship.


Born in Olanchito, Oseguera began playing football as a striker with youth sides El Sauce and Instituto San Isidro. He joined C.D. Victoria in 1992, and helped the club to a runners'-up finish in the 1992 cup. Oseguera won the 1994–95 league title with Victoria before being sold to Salvadorean side C.D. Luis Ángel Firpo in 1995.[1]

Firpo were losing league finalists in his first two seasons (his two goals helped the club win a semi-final against his future club C.D. Águila in 1997),[2] before winning the league in the 1997–98 season.[1] Oseguera also played for Firpo in the 1997 CONCACAF Champions' Cup, losing in the quarter-finals to the LA Galaxy.[3]

Oseguera had brief spells with C.D. Marathón and Guatemalan sides Tally Juca and C.D. Suchitepéquez before finishing his career in Honduras. He played for C.D. Broncos, Victoria, C.D. Motagua, C.D. Platense, C.D. Vida, C.D. Hispano and Villanueva F.C. before retiring at age 31. He led the league in goal-scoring while with Broncos and helped Motagua to a runners'-up league finish in 2002–03.[1][4]

Oseguera represented Honduras at youth level, playing in the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship finals in Qatar.[5] He also played in the 1995 Pan American Games.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Gómez, Geovanni (27 June 2013). "¿Dónde están?, qué hacen" (in Spanish). Diario La Tribuna. 
  2. ^ Herrera, Daniel (23 June 2000). "Aguila-Firpo: una semifinal calcada" (in Spanish). El Diario del Hoy. 
  3. ^ "CONCACAF Champions Cup: Quarterfinal Results (Aug. 12)". Soccer America. 12 August 1997. 
  4. ^ Cardona, Jorge (30 October 2013). "“No pienso entrenar niños toda la vida”" (in Spanish). 
  5. ^ Luis OsegueraFIFA competition record

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