|Full name||Mauricio Solís Mora|
|Date of birth||13 December 1972|
|Place of birth||Heredia, Costa Rica|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|1999–2000||San Jose Clash||30||(4)|
|2011||Uruguay de Coronado|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 June 2006|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 20 June 2006
He is one of Costa Rica's best players in the past decade. He is a tough, hard working central midfielder who is a strong tackler and is also good at distributing balls and starting attacks from the center of pitch, he is also a great finisher from long distances.
Nicknamed el Mauro, Solís began his professional career with Herediano, making his debut with the club on 5 November 1990 against Limonense. He would remain with Herediano until 1996, winning the last Costa Rican championship Herediano won in the 1992–93 season.
He then moved to England, signing a contract with Derby County along with compatriot Paulo Wanchope. His stay there was short, however, and he returned to CONCACAF in 1998, playing with Comunicaciones of Guatemala for a year. Solís then moved to Major League Soccer, where he played parts of the 1999 and 2000 seasons for the San Jose Clash (later San Jose Earthquakes), registering 4 goals and 1 assist in 29 starts.
After two years in MLS, Solís returned to Costa Rica, where he signed a contract with Alajuelense. He played two seasons with the team, winning championships in 2000–01 and 2001–02, before looking overseas again, signing a contract with Greek club OFI Crete to join fellow Tico Rónald Gómez. After a year with them, Solís again returned to America, playing the 2003–04 season in Mexico for Irapuato, after being brought to the team by former coach Alexandre Guimarães, then rejoined Alajuelense and in summer 2005 returned to Comunicaciones to play alongside compatriots Rolando Fonseca, Ricardo González and Jhonny Cubero.
In 2007, he transferred to Maccabi Netanya but his contract was terminated after preseason for certain complications so he came back to Costa Rica and decide to sign up for the teams he started his career Herediano. In March 2010 he became the 7th player to reach 300 matches for Los Florenses.
In April 2010, shortly after Herediano finish its participation in Costa Rican 2010 summer Championship, he announced his retirement from football. However, he reversed that decision when he joined Ricardo González and coach Paulo Wanchope at ambitious second division side Uruguay de Coronado in February 2011. He retired 5 months later.
Solís made his debut for Costa Rica in a September 1993 friendly match against Saudi Arabia and earned a total of 110 caps, scoring 6 goals. He represented his country in 30 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at both the 2002 and 2006 FIFA World Cups. He also played at the 1995, 1999 and 2001 UNCAF Nations Cups as well as at the 2002 and 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cups. He also played at the 1997 and 2001 Copa América.
- Costa Rican Championship (4):
- 1992–1993, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2004–05
- Carrera de Mauricio: Me podría publicar un breve recorrido de la carrera del futbolista Mauricio Solís? (Bio) – Nación (in Spanish)
- Guatemala, ¿un espejismo? – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís jugará en San José Clash de EE.UU. – Nación (in Spanish)
- Solís firmó con la Liga – Nación (in Spanish)
- Solis signs for OFI Crete – BBC
- En busca del OIimpo•Cuatro ticos sueñan con triunfar en la liga griega de futbol, que empieza mañana – Nación (in Spanish)
- Rónald Gómez y Mauricio Solís firmaron con Irapuato – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís firma por dos años con Alajuelense – Nación (in Spanish)
- Invasión de futbolistas ticos en Guatemala – Nación (in Spanish)
- Presentados en Herediano Solís y Roper llevan experiencia al Team – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís sumará 300 partidos con el Herediano – UNAFUT (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís se retira – Al Día (in Spanish)
- Segunda División Uruguay de Coronado reúne varios veteranos en sus filas Archived 20 December 2014 at the Wayback Machine. – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís va de salida – Al Día (in Spanish)
- "Mauricio Solis Mora – Century of International Appearances". The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 11 July 2012.
- Mauricio Solís – FIFA competition record (archive)
- UNCAF Tournament 1995 Archived 14 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine. - RSSSF
- UNCAF Tournament 1999 - RSSSF
- Qualifying Tournament for Gold Cup 2001 - Details Archived 24 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine. - RSSSF
- CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 2002 - Full Details Archived 17 January 2010 at WebCite - RSSSF
- CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 2003 - Full Details Archived 24 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine. - RSSSF
- Copa América 1997 - RSSSF
- Copa América 2001 Archived 19 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine. - RSSSF
- Costa Rica 3 - Guatemala 2: Solís se lució en su juego 100 – Nación (in Spanish)
- Se prepara para el torneo de Invierno Herediano comienza sus movimientos de planilla Archived 20 December 2014 at the Wayback Machine. – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís se dedicará a restaurante y proyectos personales Mauricio Solís: “Mi herencia fue cambiar el estilo del contención” Archived 20 December 2014 at Archive.is – Nación (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís es el nuevo técnico del Club Sport Herediano – Al Día (in Spanish)
- Mauricio Solís ya no es técnico del Herediano – Al Día (in Spanish)
- La futura de Mauricio – Nación (in Spanish)