Sergio Silva: Uruguayan footballer (n/a - 2000) | Biography
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Sergio Silva
Uruguayan footballer

Sergio Silva

Sergio Silva
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Intro Uruguayan footballer
Is Athlete Football player Association football player
From Uruguay
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth Uruguay
Death 26 August 2000, Toluca, Toluca Municipality, México, Mexico
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Sergio Silva (died 26 August 2000) was a footballer who played professionally in Mexico, United States and Uruguay.


Silva began playing football as a central forward in the Uruguayan Primera División. He played for C.A. Cerro and participated in the United Soccer Association with his Cerro teammates under the New York Skyliners franchise in 1967.

In 1970, Silva moved to Mexico, where he would spend the remainder of his playing career. He initially signed with Mexican Primera División side Deportivo Toluca, but joined Torreón in 1972. He moved to San Luis for the 1976–77 season and played for Tampico the next season after Tampico acquired San Luis' franchise.

Silva appeared in two 1970 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches for the Uruguay national football team during 1969.


Silva's sons, Marcelo Silva Rigau and Sergio Silva Rigau, are a football manager and a professional football referee.

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