Alberto Fouilloux

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Alberto Fouilloux
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Personal information
Full name Alberto Jorge Fouilloux Ahumada
Date of birth (1940-11-22) November 22, 1940 (age 79)
Place of birth Santiago, Chile
Playing position Midfielder/Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1957–1969 Universidad Católica
1970–1971 Huachipato
1972 Unión Española
1972–1974 Lille
1975 Universidad Católica
National team
1960–1972 Chile 70 (12)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 April 2008

Alberto Jorge Fouilloux Ahumada (born 22 November 1940 in Chile) is a former Chilean football midfielder or striker who played 70 times for the Chile national team, making him the third most capped player in the history of Chilean international football.[1]

Fouilloux made his debut for Universidad Católica in 1957. He was part of two championship winning sides in 1961 and 1966. He played for Chile in two World Cups in 1962 and 1966.

In 1969 he joined Huachipato and in 1972 he played for Unión Española. In the latter part of his career he played for Lille in France.

After retiring as a player Fouilloux went on to become a manager, serving as head coach of Huachipato and Colo-Colo.


Season Team Title
1961 Chile Universidad Católica Chilean Primera
1966 Chile Universidad Católica Chilean Primera
1974 France Lille French 2nd division

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