Jesús Bracamontes

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For his daughter who is an actress, see Jacqueline Bracamontes.
Jesús Bracamontes
Occupation Football coach (before)
Spouse(s) Jacqueline van Hoorde
Children Jacqueline Bracamontes
Jesús Bracamontes Jr.

Jesús Bracamontes Zenizo (Spanish pronunciation: [xeˈsuz βɾakaˈmonte seˈniso];[1] born in Guadalajara, Jalisco) is a Mexican former football coach.


He gained prominence as the coach of Club Deportivo Guadalajara in the 1990s. He also served as assistant coach for the Mexico national football team.[2]

Bracamontes later worked as a Football analyst along with Pablo Ramírez for the TV station Univision.[3][4]


Jesús is the father of Jacqueline Bracamontes, an actress and model who became famous after representing Mexico at the Miss Universe 2001 contest.[5] His son is named after him.

Wife of Jesús is Jacqueline van Hoorde, who is of Belgian descent.

Jesús is also the oldest brother of Former player and coach Carlos Bracamontes.


  1. ^ The corresponding European Spanish pronunciation is [xeˈsuz βɾakaˈmontes θeˈniθo]. In isolation, Jesús and Bracamontes are pronounced, respectively, [xeˈsus] and [bɾakaˈmontes] in both Mexican and European Spanish.
  2. ^ "Ex-Chivas coach in S.A. on Saturday". San Antonio Express-News. 5 November 2004. 
  3. ^ "Univision unveils World Cup announce teams". Los Angeles Business. 9 May 2006. 
  4. ^ Interview with Bracamontes
  5. ^ "Dice Jacqueline Bracamontes que está soltera y feliz" (in Spanish). La cronica de hoy. 11 January 2010.