Claudio Suárez Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox Deportes

Claudio Suárez Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox Deportes

Claudio Suárez
Claudio Suárez

Claudio Suárez Biography

Claudio Suárez is a famous former Mexican football player who played as a defender. As for now, he works as a commentator for Fox Deportes and host of the Sin Llorar podcast.  Claudio also recorded for most caps with the Mexico national team from 1992 -2006 in fourth place. Additionally, he retired on Sep 5, 2010, following playing an exhibition game with the Pumas Morelos for the Carolina Railhawks.

Claudio Suárez Age

Claudio Suarez was born on December 17, 1968, in Texcoco, Mexico in the United States. He is 53 years old and maintains his birthday every year on December 17.

Claudio Suárez Height

He is a man of tall height. Claudio stands 5 feet 10 inches tall (Approximately 1.78 meters).

Claudio Suárez Family

Claudio was born in Texcoco, Mexico in the United States. Claudio is a confidential person. He keeps his Mexican nationality. Nevertheless, he has not gone public with details concerning his family’s whereabouts.

Claudio Suárez Wife

Claudio is married to his lovely wife Irma. The couple is blessed with three kids Claudio Jr, Maria Fernanda, and Sandra Irma. His family resides in Southern California, in the United States.

Claudio Suárez Salary

Suarez receives an annual salary of $81,621. This is according to Fox Deportes anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Claudio Suarez’s Net Worth

Suarez has an estimated net worth of $2 Million US dollars.

Claudio Suárez Career

Claudio’s football career began at UNAM Pumas in 1988. He played for Pumas scoring 19 goals in 2004 impressions and going in 1996. During his there, he won the Primera Division de Mexico in the 1990 and 1991 seasons. Suarez played in 144 matches and scored 10 goals at Guadalajara In 1996.

Further, Suarez appeared in 178 football seasons on the Mexican national team and was the second plate of all time to Egyptian Ahmed Hassan. With the Mexican team, Suarez won the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup and even recreated in the FIFA World Cup in 1994 and 1998. Suarez retired on Sep 5, 2010, following playing an exhibition game with the Pumas Morelos for the Carolina Railhawks.

Suarez works as a commentator for Fox Deportes. He was placed in the Mexican Soccer Hall of Fame in 2014. Suarez works as the co-host of the weekly sports, soccer, and television podcast, Sin Llorar. Suarez also hosts the Sin Llorar podcast with John Laguna,Mariano Trujillo, and Rodolfo Landeros. The podcast began on Sep16, 2019, and it contains 167 episodes as of Jul 5, 2022.

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