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JORGE CAMPOS

"El Brody"

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Position: Goalkeeper

Nickname: El Brody

Nationality: Mexico

Birthplace: Acapulco, Guerrero

Date of Birth: 10/15/1966

Special Interests:

  • golf
  • traveling

Recognized worldwide for his unique style of playing in the goal and his colorful uniforms, Jorge revolutionized the goalkeeper position all over the world.

In 1993, the International Football Federation History and Statistics (IFFHS) voted Jorge as the third best goalkeeper in the world that year.  In October of 2010, the IFFHS recognized Jorge as one of the Top 25 Goalkeepers of the Century.  As a player Jorge participated in the 1994, 1998 and 2002 World Cups and in Germany 2006 he served as an assistant coach for his country's national team.  With 129 international matches played for his country, Jorge is currently in third place in Mexican soccer history when it comes to international matches played for the Mexican National Team.

Professional Club Career: 1987 – 2004

Pumas UNAM (1987 – 1995)
* 1990 – 1991: League Champions
* 1993: voted 3rd best goalkeeper in the world by
International Football Federation History & Statistics.

Atlante FC (1995 – 1996)


Los Angeles Galaxy of MLS (1996 – 1997)


CD Cruz Azul (1997)
* 1997: League Champions

Chicago Fire of MLS (1998)


Pumas UNAM (1998 – 1999)


Tigres UANL (1999 – 2000)


Pumas UNAM (2000 – 2001)


Atlante FC (2001 – 2002)


Puebla FC (2002 – 2004)


Mexican National Team: 1991 – 2000
129 international caps

FIFA World Cup:
United States 1994
France 1998
Korea & Japan 2002

FIFA Confederations Cup:
1999 (Champions)

Copa America:
Ecuador 1993 (Runner-up)
Uruguay 1995 (Seventh place)
Paraguay 1999 (Third place)

CONCACAF Gold Cup:
1993 (Champions)
1996 (Champions)
1998 (Champions)

Olympic Games:
Atlanta 1996

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