|Full name||Luis Robson Pereira da Silva|
|Date of birth||21 September 1974|
|Place of birth||Volta Redonda, Brazil|
|1995||Mogi Mirim EC||?||(?)|
|1995||→ EC Paraguaçuense (loan)||?||(?)|
|1996||→ Corinthians (loan)||16||(2)|
|1997||→ Ferroviário AC (loan)||?||(?)|
|1997-2001||FC Spartak Moscow||102||(32)|
|2002||→ Consadole Sapporo (loan)||5||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:23, 27 February 2007 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Luís Robson Pereira da Silva (born 21 September 1974 in Volta Redonda, Brazil) is a Brazilian football forward, widely considered[by whom?] as the first successful import in the Russian Premier League.
Luis Robson started his professional career at Matsubara. Having played for various small clubs in Brazil, he finally moved to Brazilian Série A club Goias in 1996. After spending one year at Goias, Robson moved to Corinthians. The player also had a one-year spell at U.D. Leiria of Portugal, before moving to Russia, where he spent the next five years, the most successful in his career. With Spartak, Robson won five Russian Premier League titles and played in the Champions League.
After leaving Spartak Moscow, Robson never really found his form and had short, not very successful spells in Japan and France, before returning to Brazil, where he signed for Marília. In 2006 his contract with Marília expired and he found himself without a club.
Russian Premier League:1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
Russian Cup: 1998
European club competitions
With FC Spartak Moscow.
- UEFA Champions League 1997–98 qualification: 2 games.
- UEFA Cup 1997–98: 5 games, reached semi-final.
- UEFA Champions League 1998–99: 6 games, 2 goals.
- UEFA Champions League 1999–2000: 5 games.
- UEFA Cup 1999–2000: 2 games, 1 goal.
- UEFA Champions League 2000–01: 8 games, 2 goals.
- UEFA Champions League 2001–02: 6 games, 2 goals.
- BBC Apesar do frio, Rússia se impõe como opção para craques brasileiros 2 May 2007 "Com 32 gols em 102 jogos, Luis Robson foi o jogador latino-americano que mais gols fez na Rússia."