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Álvaro Arbeloa
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Personal information
Full name Álvaro Arbeloa Coca
Date of birth 17 January 1983 (1983-01-17) (age 37)
Place of birth    Salamanca, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Defender
Youth clubs
1995–2001
2001–2002
Real Zaragoza
Real Madrid
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2002–2003
2003–2006
2004–2006
2006–2007
2007–2009
2009–2016
2016–2017
Total
Real Madrid C
Real Madrid B
Real Madrid
Deportivo La Coruña
Liverpool
Real Madrid
West Ham United
016 00(0)
084 00(0)
0000(0)
020 00(0)
066 00(2)
153 00(3)
0000(0)
344 00(5)   
National team
2001
2001
2005
2008–2013
Spain U-17
Spain U-19
Spain U-21
Spain
0000(0)
0000(0)
0000(0)
056 00(0)

Álvaro Arbeloa Coca (born 17 January 1983) is a retired Spanish professional footballer. He predominantly played as a right back, although he also occasionally played on the left side.

He started his career with Real Madrid, playing mostly with the reserves. In 2006 he moved to Deportivo, joining Liverpool after half a season and going on to appear in 98 official games over the course of three Premier League seasons. In 2009, he returned to Real Madrid for a fee of £5 million, spending seven years there and winning eight major titles, including the 2011–12 edition of La Liga and two Champions League.

Arbeloa earned 56 caps for Spain, representing the country at the 2010 World Cup, Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 and winning all tournaments.

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2008 - Winners (2nd Title)


  • Manager: Flag of None
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Spain – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup


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Spain – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Winners (1st title)

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Marchena 5. Puyol 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. F. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Capdevila 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Pedro 19. Llorente 20. Martínez 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2012 - Winners (3rd title)

1. Casillas (c) 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. Iniesta 7. Pedro 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Negredo 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Llorente 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup - Runner-up

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Azpilicueta 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Soldado 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Monreal 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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