|Full name||Carles Domingo Pladevall|
|Date of birth||10 June 1977|
|Place of birth||Hostalric, Spain|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Left back|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
A FC Barcelona youth product, he appeared in 279 Segunda División games over the course of 11 seasons, mainly with Gimnàstic (five years) and Barcelona B (three). He added in 134 and one goal in La Liga, where he represented the former club and also Sporting de Gijón, Rayo Vallecano, Betis and Albacete.
Born in Hostalric, Girona, Catalonia, Mingo began his football career in FC Barcelona's youth system. Playing alongside Albert Celades and Iván de la Peña, he won the 1994 División de Honor and the Copa del Rey Juvenil; already a senior, he spent three seasons with the club's B-team.
Mingo was released in the 1997 summer, moving to Sporting de Gijón and making his La Liga debuts that season as the Asturias side was finally relegated. After two seasons he returned to the top flight with Rayo Vallecano, where his good performances attracted attention from Real Betis, with a good first campaign being followed by two subpar ones (in his last year, however, he scored his first goal in the top level, a 2–1 away win against RCD Espanyol on 25 January 2004).
In 2004, Mingo moved to Albacete Balompié, playing one season each in the first and second divisions – in his second year, he was sent off three times. In 2006–07 he returned to his region of birth, signing with Gimnàstic de Tarragona and appearing in 16 league games in a season that ended in top flight relegation.
Veteran Mingo was regularly used by Nàstic in the following four second division campaigns, featuring in a minimum of 21 and a maximum of 29 league matches. He was released at the end of 2011–12, with the club suffering relegation.
- Spain U18
- El Betis aprovecha la bicoca del Espanyol (Betis takes advantage of Espanyol's jinx); El País, 26 January 2004 (in Spanish)
- Llista de baixes (List of released players); Gimnàstic Tarragona, 3 July 2012 (in Catalan)