|Full name||Diego Luis Soñora|
|Date of birth||July 17, 1969|
|Place of birth||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|2001||Tampa Bay Mutiny|
|?||Defensores de Belgrano|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of November 27, 2011.
Soñora, nicknamed "Chiche", spent a large part of his career with Argentine giants Boca Juniors where he won 5 titles between 1988 and 1995. Soñora played a total of 266 games for Boca in all competitions, scoring 5 goals.
In 1996 Soñora moved to Major League Soccer's Dallas Burn for the league's inaugural season, 1996. He would play two seasons for Dallas, before a switch to the MetroStars in 1998. A season later, he was sent to D.C. United and helped them to the 1999 MLS Cup. Soñora left MLS after that season, and played in Chile for Deportes Concepción before a short return to the US and Tampa Bay Mutiny in 2001. He then joined Cerro Porteño of Paraguay before returning to Argentina to play for lower league side Defensores de Belgrano, before retiring as a player.
In MLS, Sonora was an All-Star in his first three seasons in the league, and scored a total of seven goals and 21 assists.
|1989||Boca Juniors||Recopa Sudamericana|
|1989||Boca Juniors||Supercopa Sudamericana|
|Apertura 1992||Boca Juniors||Argentine Primera División|
|1992||Boca Juniors||Supercopa Masters|
|1993||Boca Juniors||Copa de Oro|
|1999||D.C. United||MLS Cup|
- "Boca Juniors Midfielder Added to U.S. U-17 MNT Roster for Argentina Trip". United States Soccer Federation. October 22, 2012. Retrieved January 31, 2016.