Claudio Suárez Biography
Claudio Suárez is a popular known former Mexican football player who played as a defender. He works for Fox Deportes as a commentator and host of the Sin Llorar podcast as of now. Suárez has recorded for most caps with the Mexico national team from 1992 to 2006 and is in fourth place also.
After playing an exhibition game with the Pumas Morelos for the Carolina Railhawks, he retired on September 5, 2010.
Claudio Suárez Age
Suárez was born in Texcoco, Mexico on December 17, 1968. He is 53 years old.
Claudio Suárez Height
Suárez stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.
Claudio Suárez Family
Suárez is a secretive person, he has managed to keep details about his parents and siblings a mystery.
Claudio Suárez Wife
Suárez is happily married to Irma. Together they are blessed to have three kids named; Claudio Jr, Maria Fernanda, and Sandra Irma. The family resides in Southern California.
Claudio Suárez Salary
Suárez annually receives a salary of $63,621.
Claudio Suarez Net Worth
Suárez has an approximate net worth of $2 Million.
Claudio Suárez Career
Suárez’s career in football began in 1988 at UNAM Pumas. He played for Pumas and he made 204 appearances scoring 19 goals and left in 1996. Suárez won in the 1990 and 1991 seasons in the Primera Division de Mexico, He played in 144 matches.
And scored 10 goals at Guadalajara, in 1996 during his tenure there. During his stay at the club, he won the Primera Division de Mexico Verano in 1997 furthermore. Then in 2000 Suárez, the UANL Tigres scored 15 goals in his 143 matches.
During his time here he won the 2005 InterLiga, and in his career with Chivas USA between 2006 to 2009. Suárezscored 9 goals in 64 caps. He represented Mexico in international competitions, between 1992 to 2006.
Suárez appeared on the Mexican national team for 178 football seasons. And was the second plate of all time to Egyptian Ahmed Hassan additionally. He also played in the FIFA World Cup in 1994 and 1998 and together with the Mexican team.
Suarez won the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup. After playing an exhibition game with the Pumas Morelos. For the Carolina Railhawks, he retired on September 5, 2010. He works for Fox Deportes as a commentator.
Suárez was placed in the Mexican Soccer Hall of Fame and he also hosts the Sin Llorar podcast with Mariano Trujillo. Rodolfo Landeros, and John Laguna in 2014. The show episodes are all in Mexican Language and 120 in total. With the last episode updated on October 12, 2021.