|Full name||Roberto Solozábal Villanueva|
|Date of birth||15 September 1969|
|Place of birth||Madrid, Spain|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Playing position||Centre back|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
|Olympic medal record|
|1992 Barcelona||Team Competition|
A product of local Atlético Madrid's youth system, Madrid-born Solozábal represented the first team from 1989 to 1997, his debut being on 2 September in a 3–1 away win against Valencia CF (90 minutes played). Other than his first season – ten appearances – he never played in less than 18 La Liga games during his eight-year spell.
During the 1995–96 campaign, Solózabal formed a solid centre-back partnership with another Colchonero youth graduate, Juan Manuel López, as the capital side achieved an historic double, with the former featuring in 40 league matches.
After leaving Atlético, Solozábal represented fellow league side Real Betis. In his last season, where the Andalusian club was relegated and he was ousted from the squad for allegedly organizing a riot, he ultimately took it to court for lack of payment in a suit which lasted several years, with the player having already retired.
Solozábal was part of the Spanish side that won the gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, and also received 12 full caps in two years, the first coming on 17 April 1991 in a 0–2 friendly loss to Romania, in Cáceres.
- Atlético Madrid
- Spain U23
- Solozábal ya es futbolista del Betis (Solozábal is already a Betis footballer); El País, 23 July 1997 (in Spanish)
- El Betis despide a Solozábal un mes después del motín del equipo (Betis fires Solozábal one month after team riot); El País, 8 September 2000 (in Spanish)
- Un juez da la razón al Betis ante Solozábal (Judge rules in favour of Betis against Solozábal); El País, 22 February 2001 (in Spanish)
- "La Roja de 1992, nuestra medalla de oro Olímpica" [1992's La Roja, our Olympic gold medal] (in Spanish). Antena 3. 3 July 2012. Retrieved 13 July 2017.
- De nuevo vencidos y sin gloria (Again beaten hopelessly); Mundo Deportivo, 18 April 1991 (in Spanish)