|Full name||Francisco Javier Pérez Villarroya|
|Date of birth||6 August 1966|
|Place of birth||Zaragoza, Spain|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|1994–1996||Deportivo La Coruña||42||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Zaragoza, Villarroya made his professional debuts with hometown's Real Zaragoza, appearing in one La Liga game in the 1984–85 season (a 0–4 away loss against FC Barcelona) but being almost exclusively connected with the reserves for three years.
In the 1990 summer, after helping the Aragonese to two consecutive top-ten finishes in the top division – fifth in 1988–89, with the subsequent qualification to the UEFA Cup – whilst only missing two matches combined, he signed with Real Madrid, being occasionally utilized as left back during his four-year spell and being the capital side's first-choice prior to the signing of Brazilian Roberto Carlos, battling for the position with Mikel Lasa.
After only 13 league appearances in his last two campaigns with the Merengues combined, following the of manager Benito Floro, Villarroya signed for Deportivo de La Coruña, being relatively used and adding two trophies to his cabinet (one Copa del Rey and one Supercopa de España). Still in the top level, he then represented Sporting de Gijón, suffering relegation in his second season.
Villarroya earned 14 caps for the Spanish national team during slightly more than two years, and was in the squad for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy, playing in all the games – mostly in the back sector – in an eventual round-of-16 exit.
- Real Madrid
- 4–0: ¡Viva la huelga! (4–0: Long live the strike!); Mundo Deportivo, 10 September 1984 (Spanish)
- 1–0: El pie de Míchel marcó ante Polonia el camino que España buscará en Hungria (1–0: Míchel's foot set track in Poland that Spain will seek in Hungary); ABC, 21 September 1989 (Spanish)
- «Los sentimientos no se venden: siempre seré zaragocista» («You can't sell feelings: I will always be a zaragocista»); Heraldo de Aragón, 11 June 2011 (Spanish)