|Full name||Germán Carlos Leguía Dragó|
|Date of birth||2 January 1954|
|Place of birth||Lima, Peru|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1985–1986||1. FC Köln||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Leguía began playing football in his native Peru with Club Universitario de Deportes and moved to Europe in 1983. He joined Segunda División side Elche CF, helping the club gain promotion to La Liga in his first season, but the club were relegated at the end of the 1984–85 season. Next, Leguía moved to Germany to play for 1. FC Köln, however he didn't settle due to problems with his registration and never appeared in an official match for the club. He then had a spell at Belgian side Beveren for whom he only played three cup matches before disappearing back to Germany and spent half a season at Portuguese side Farense.
After he retired from playing, became a football coach. He managed former club Universitario during 2009.
- Germán Leguía – FIFA competition record
- "2-1: El.ELCHE DIJO ADIOS" [2-1: Elche says good-bye] (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 15 April 1985. p. 20.
- Cruz, Jorge Luis (25 December 2009). "Leguía: "Si ganamos la Libertadores, me acabo el whisky de Lima"" [Leguía: "If we win the Libertadores, I just whiskey Lima"] (in Spanish). Depor.pe. Archived from the original on 31 March 2014.
- Vergeten speler: German Leguia (2) Archived 2016-04-11 at the Wayback Machine. - Eskabee (in Dutch)
- Aguirre Parreno, Peter (20 June 2004). "Germán Leguía: Somos más que los europeos" [Germán Leguía: We are more than Europeans] (in Spanish). El Universo.
- Peredo, Daniel (8 April 2010). "Cuando el 'Gato' Cuellar retiró a Germán Leguía de la 'U'" [When the 'Cat' Cuellar ended Germán Leguía's career with the 'U'] (in Spanish). El Comercio.
- Tabeira, Martín (15 July 2011). "Copa América 1979". RSSSF.
- Tabeira, Martín (19 September 2013). "Copa América 1983". RSSSF.
- "Top Peru club to sell training fields to pay tax debt". Reuters. 23 September 2009.
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