Aarón Padilla biography

Aarón Padilla

Football, Football player

1977 –


Who is Aarón Padilla?

Aarón Padilla Mota was a Mexican footballer.

Padilla started his career at Atlante in 1998. Despirte playing sparsely during his stint at Atlante, he managed to score at least a goal in each season he played in after 2001, asserting his quality as a goalscoring forward. In 2004, Padilla was transferred to Club América.

In his first season with the Águilas, although only playing for 120 minutes, Padilla scored three goals. The following season, Clausura 2005, Aarón was an integral part of the team's title run, scoring seven goals, including three in the playoffs and two in the championship series versus Tecos UAG. His success at the club level led Mexican national team coach Ricardo Lavolpe to select Aaron to play for Mexico in the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

He won CONCACAF Champions Cup and became top goalscorer of CONCACAF Champions Cup with 4 goals in 2006.

Aaron Padilla was transferred to Necaxa during the Summer of 2006. He was signed by Atlas for the start of the 2007 Clausura tournament.

Padilla's father, Aarón Padilla Gutiérrez, is head of the Referee's Committee in the Mexican First Division.


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Aug 13, 1977
Mexico City
Also known as
  • Aaron Padilla
  • Mexico
Lived in
  • Mexico City

on July 23, 2013

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