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Fernando Arce was born on 24 April, 1980 in Mexico City, Mexico. He is a retired Mexican international football midfielder who played for several clubs in Mexico, Spain, and the United States. He began his career with Club América in 1998 and went on to play for Necaxa, Atlante, and San Luis in Mexico. He then moved to Spain to play for Deportivo La Coruña and Zaragoza. In 2009, he returned to Mexico to play for Santos Laguna and Club Tijuana. In 2011, he joined the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer in the United States. He played for the Earthquakes for two seasons before retiring in 2013. Arce made his international debut for Mexico in 2001 and went on to make over 50 appearances for the national team. He was part of the squad that won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2003 and 2009. As of 2021, Fernando Arce's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He earned most of his wealth from his successful career as a professional footballer.
|Fernando Enrique Arce Ruiz
|43 years old
|24 April, 1980
|Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
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Fernando Arce Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Fernando Arce height is 1.73 m .
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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On 25 May 2014, Guadalajara announced Arce as their second signing for the season.
He scored his first goal in the 2013 Copa Libertadores with a volley and the team went on to win 0-2 against Palmeiras.
On 23 December 2013, in a friendly match against Club America he was substituted out and his son Fernando Arce Juárez, came in as his replacement.
For the Apertura 2011 he signed for newly promoted side Club Tijuana, right in his hometown. He won the Apertura 2012 title with Xolos.
Before the Clausura 2008, Arce moved to Santos Laguna
Arce has also made numerous appearances for the Selección de fútbol de México (Mexico national team) under the tutelage of former head coach Ricardo LaVolpe, Hugo Sánchez and former head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre. Against Peru on 8 June 2008, Arce scored two goals, his first multi-scoring game with the national team. Against Belize on 21 June 2008 he again scored more than once in a game with the national team.
At Morelia, Arce consolidated himself as a team leader, helping the team reach the semifinals during the Clausura 2005 season, while anchoring the midfield with three goals and two assists.
Arce came out of Club América's youth prospects, but never debuted there. Arce debuted for Irapuato in a game against Toluca on 28 October 2000. Arce played the last eleven minutes and helped preserve the 3-2 win over the Choriceros. After being relegated to the bench for most of his first year at Irapuato, Arce's breakout season in 2001 in which he scored two goals and had five assists helped garner attention from other teams. Prior to the Primera División de México Clausura 2002, Arce was transferred to Veracruz, where he remained until the following year. At Veracruz, he scored 8 goals while also dishing out 4 assists, asserting himself as one of the top scoring midfielders in the league. He was part of a Veracruz team that reached the league playoff semifinals in his last season at the club. Selección de fútbol de México (Mexico national team) Despite his success at Veracruz, the team decided let him go, and Fernando was transferred to Atlante before the Apertura 2003 season. In his lone year with the Potros, he scored seven goals and had seven assists, while playing in 40 games - all but one in which he played in its entirety. After the Clausura 2004 season in which he helped Atlante reach the quarterfinals, Arce was once again transferred, this time to Morelia.