|Date of birth||30 September 1938|
|Place of birth||Bucaramanga, Colombia|
Aceros played football as a right and left winger, central forward and attacking midfielder in Colombia with Atlético Bucaramanga, Millonarios, Deportivo Cali, Independiente Medellín and Deportivo Pereira. He suffered a career-ending knee injury while playing for Real Cartagena in 1972.
After he retired from playing, Aceros became a football coach. He managed Bucaramanga, Deportes Tolima, Liga del Magdalena and Independiente Medellín in Colombia, before moving to Venezuela to manage Minervén.
- Germán Aceros – FIFA competition record
- Pabon M., Fernando (4 January 1992). "CUCA ACEROS: EL CONQUISTADOR DE PUERTO ORDAZ" [Cuca Aceros: The conqueror of Puerto Ordaz] (in Spanish). El Tiempo.
- Plazas Rueda, Christian (15 February 2003). "CUCA ACEROS, EL SICÓLOGO" [Cuca Aceros, psychologist] (in Spanish). El Tiempo.
- Germán Aceros at Soccerway
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