Álvaro Saborío

Álvaro Alberto Saborío Chacón (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈalβaɾo saβoˈɾi.o]; born 25 March 1982) is a Costa Rican footballer, who currently plays for D.C. United in Major League Soccer and the Costa Rica national team. A full international for Costa Rica since 2002, Saborío has over 100 caps and 35 goals for the nation, whom he represented at five CONCACAF Gold Cups, in addition to one tournament each at the Olympics, FIFA World Cup and Copa América.

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How would Álvaro Saborío be described?

Álvaro Saborío would be described as Costa Rican footballer.

How tall is Álvaro Saborío?

Álvaro Saborío is 183 cm tall.

What is Álvaro Saborío subject of?

Álvaro Saborío is subject of Expatriate footballers in England, Bristol City F.C. players, Costa Rican footballers, D.C. United players, Real Salt Lake players, FC Sion players, Olympic footballers of Costa Rica, Swiss Super League players, Deportivo Saprissa players, People from San Carlos (canton), 1982 births, 2004 Copa América players, 2006 FIFA World Cup players, Association football forwards, Designated Players (MLS), English Football League players, Expatriate soccer players in the United States, FIFA Century Club, Footballers at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Living people, Major League Soccer players, 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup players, 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup players, 2013 Copa Centroamericana players, Copa Centroamericana-winning players, 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup players, 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup players, 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup players, Costa Rica international footballers, Expatriate footballers in Switzerland, Costa Rican expatriate footballers, Copa América Centenario players and Costa Rican people of African descent.

What is the gender of Álvaro Saborío?

Álvaro Saborío is male.

What was or is the position of Álvaro Saborío?

The position of Álvaro Saborío is or was Forward (association football).

In which teams was Álvaro Saborío active?

Álvaro Saborío was active in D.C. United, Sion, Bristol City F.C., Real Salt Lake, Saltillo, C.D. Saprissa, Costa Rica and CF Monterrey.