|Full name||Ricardo Jorge Iribarren|
|Date of birth||November 2, 1967|
|Place of birth||La Plata, Argentina|
|1991||LDU Quito||7||(0)|
|1994-1996||Belgrano de Córdoba||32||(0)|
|1998||Columbus Crew||30||(1)|
|2009-2013||Columbus Crew (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of May 2008.
† Appearances (Goals).
Iribarren played in the Argentine Primera for Estudiantes (1985-1990 / 1991-1994) and Belgrano de Córdoba (1994/1996). Iribarren played in Ecuador for LDU Quito in the first semester of 1991. In 1996 he played for Columbus Crew in Major League Soccer. He returned to Argentina in 1997 where he played for Almagro. Then returned to United States to MLS to play for Columbus Crew and with FC Dallas and in the United Soccer League with Pittsburgh Riverhounds.
After retirement he coached high school soccer at the American School Foundation in Mexico City. Ricardo led the ASF soccer team to two undefeated varsity soccer finals in the local league, a first and third place in the ASOMEX tournament, and the junior varsity team to a first place in the local league. In 2008 he led the junior varsity in an almost perfect season with a score of 7–0 and lost the finals in penalties. Before Iribarren arrived to this team, the ASF Bears were the worst high school team with defeats like 8–0. He has also coached various teams in the United States.
The Columbus Crew hired Ricardo Iribarren January 22, 2009 as an assistant coach, reuniting him with former teammates Robert Warzycha and Brian Bliss.
Ricardo Iribarren is married to Evie and they have three children: Milena (24), Blas (22), and Jeremias (13). And two grandsons, Enzo (3) and Kenzo (5 months).
- Paul Kogut (July 10, 2005). "Iribarren’s fiery attitude keeps Hounds tough". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- Randy Covits (July 18, 1996). "Parity pervasive in MLS thus far; MLS notebook". The Kansas City Star. pp. D7.
The Crew acquired its fifth allocated player, Argentine defender Ricardo Iribarren.
- "After School Programs". American School Foundation. Retrieved 2008-02-15.[dead link]
- "El fútbol argentino también se exporta a destinos exóticos" (in Spanish). Clarín.com. July 15, 2002. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- Statistics at FutbolXXI.com (Spanish)
- All-Time MLS Player Register
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