Eduardo "Edu" García Martín ([eˈðwaɾðo ˈeðu ɣaɾˈθi.a maɾˈtin]; born 24 April 1990) is a Spanish footballer who plays as a winger or Attacking Midfielder for ATK Mohun Bagan FC. He has played in a host of different countries, including China, India and his native Spain.
García was born in Zaragoza, Aragon, García joined Real Zaragoza's youth setup in 2002, aged 12, after spells at CN Helios Fútbol and UD Amistad. He made his debut with the former's reserves during the 2009–10 campaign, in Tercera División.
In 2012, García rejected a contract extension from the Maños and signed for CD Ebro also in the fourth division. The following year, he moved to fellow league team SD Ejea, along with former Ebro manager José Luis Loreto.
In July 2014, García and his manager Loreto returned to Ebro. He scored a career-best 16 goals during his first season, which ended in promotion to Segunda División B, and added a further eight in his second.
On 10 August 2016 García returned to Zaragoza, signing a two-year contract now with the first team. He made his professional debut on 7 September, starting in a 1–2 Copa del Rey home loss against Real Valladolid.
García made his Segunda División debut on 17 September 2016, replacing Jordi Xumetra in a 2–0 home win against AD Alcorcón. He scored his first goal in the category on 13 November, netting the last in a home success over CD Mirandés for the same scoreline.
On 3 September 2017, García signed a one-year contract with Indian Super League club Bengaluru FC. On 19 November 2017, he made his first team debut against Mumbai City FC, scoring the first goal in the 2–0 victory and dedicated the goal to the club's assistant manager Carles Cuadrat. On 23 February 2018, he joined Chinese club Zhejiang Greentown F.C. for an undisclosed fee.
On 23 December 2018, García returned to the Indian Super League with ATK. On 14 March 2020, he scored a goal in the final match against Chennaiyin FC.
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- Indian Super League: 2019–20