Álvaro Gutiérrez Pelscher (born 21 July 1968 in Montevideo) is a former Uruguayan football midfielder who played 38 times for the Uruguay national team between 1991 and 1997. He was part of the Uruguay team that won the Copa América in 1995. Gutiérrez started his playing career in 1988 with Bella Vista. In 1990 he was part of the team that won their first and only league title. In 1992 he joined Nacional where he was part of the championship winning team in 1992. After being part of the Copa América winning team in 1995 he was signed by Spanish team Real Valladolid where he played until 1998. He then had a short spell with Rayo Vallecano before returning to Bella Vista in 1999. Gutiérrez played for Liverpool de Montevideo in 2000 and then returned to Spain Sporting de Gijón which was his last club.
How would Álvaro Gutiérrez be described?
Álvaro Gutiérrez would be described as Uruguayan footballer.
How tall is Álvaro Gutiérrez?
Álvaro Gutiérrez is 178 cm tall.
What is Álvaro Gutiérrez subject of?
Álvaro Gutiérrez is subject of Uruguayan footballers, Club Nacional de Football players, Uruguay international footballers, Al Shabab FC (Riyadh) managers, 1968 births, 1991 Copa América players, 1993 Copa América players, 1995 Copa América players, Association football midfielders, Expatriate footballers in Spain, La Liga players, Living people, Real Valladolid footballers, Sportspeople from Montevideo, Uruguayan Primera División managers, Liverpool F.C. (Montevideo) players, Copa América-winning players, Rayo Vallecano footballers, Segunda División players, LDU Quito managers, Sporting de Gijón players, C.A. Bella Vista players, Club Nacional de Football managers, Uruguayan expatriate footballers and Uruguayan Primera División players.
What is the gender of Álvaro Gutiérrez?
Álvaro Gutiérrez is male.
What was or is the position of Álvaro Gutiérrez?
The position of Álvaro Gutiérrez is or was Midfielder.
In which teams was Álvaro Gutiérrez active?
Álvaro Gutiérrez was active in LDU Quito, Real Sporting de Gijón, Nacional, Valladolid, Uruguay national football team, Rayo Vallecano, Bella Vista and Liverpool de Montevideo.