|Full name||Cristián Roberto Uribe Lara|
|Date of birth||1 August 1976|
|Place of birth||Concepción, Chile|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|1999||→ Colo-Colo (loan)||31||(1)|
|2000||→ Benfica (loan)||15||(1)|
|2004||Deportes La Serena||12||(1)|
|2006–2009||Everton de Viña del Mar||113||(24)|
|2010||San Luis de Quillota||10||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Uribe was mainly associated with Huachipato and Everton de Viña del Mar, but represented other clubs, amongst them, Colo-Colo and Benfica. He also earned seven caps for Chile, five of those for the under–17 side at the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship in the United Arab Emirates.
Early career and Benfica
Born in Concepción, Chile, Uribe began at Huachipato, receiving his first promotion for the first team in 1994, at the age of 18. He established himself as a first team player after good performances in the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship. In 1999, the 22-year old was loaned for Colo-Colo but did not have a good individual season, as Colo-Colo was going through difficult times, finishing in fourth in the league and having three managers in one season. In January, he went on a second loan deal, but now to Benfica of the Portuguese Liga.
He made his debut on 9 January in a Derby de Lisboa against Sporting CP. Three days later he scored a double against Amora in the Taça de Portugal and added another on 25th, in a 1–3 loss to Sporting in the same competition. Uribe played 13 games in half a season, with four goals netted. In the following year, his playing time under José Mourinho was vastly reduced, so he mutually terminated his loan deal in January 2001.
Huachipato and later career
Back at Huachipato, on 3 March 2001, Uribe made his season debut against Santiago Morning in a Primera División game at Estadio Las Higueras. His only goal came against Unión San Felipe on 6 July and he appeared in 24 games in the tournament. While he lacked goals, Fido Dido was an important player in the club and he extended his contract in 2002, and continued in Talcahuano club until 2003, only leaving at the end the season for Portuguese club Moreirense of the second tier. He made his debut for them on 24 August 2003, against Paços de Ferreira.
After the second spell in Portugal, Uribe returned to Chile in 2004 and represented Deportes La Serena and Concepción in successive years. He joined Everton de Viña del Mar in 2006 and played for them until 2009, when he was released following the club elimination on the 2009 Torneo Clausura Playoffs against Universidad Católica. He finished his career in the following year, after playing for Rangers in the Primera B and San Luis de Quillota of the Primera División, being relegated with the latter.
- Everton de Viña del Mar
- "Uribe cedido ao Benfica até ao final da temporada" [Uribe loaned to Benfica]. Record (in Portuguese). 2 January 2000. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- Tovar 2012, p. 573.
- Tovar 2012, p. 576.
- Tovar 2012, p. 577.
- Tovar 2012, p. 587.
- "Uribe já rescindiu" [Uribe released]. Record (in Portuguese). 27 January 2001. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- "Cristián Uribe se trasnformó en el nuevo refuerzo de Moreirense de Portugal" [Christian Uribe, new signing of Moreirense]. Cooperativa.cl (in Spanish). 12 July 2003. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- "Fútbol portugués tiene su legión chilena" [Portuguese football has a Chilean diaspora]. Emol deportes (in Spanish). 12 July 2003. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- "Portugal: Cristián Uribe debutó en derrota de Moreirense ante Pacos Ferreira" [Chritian Uribe made his debut in the loss of Moreirense against Paços de Ferreira]. Cooperativa.cl (in Spanish). 24 August 2003. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- "Acosta tomó medidas en Everton: Cortó a cuatro jugadores" [Acosto took measures at Everton: sacked four players]. Emol deportes (in Spanish). 25 November 2009. Retrieved 27 October 2015.
- "Cuatro jugadores del Everton despedidos tras la eliminación del Torneo Clausura" [Four players of Everton sacked after elimination in Torneo Clausura]. AS.com (in Spanish). 25 November 2009. Retrieved 27 October 2015.