Roberto Soldado

Born May 27, 1985
Age 29
Hometown Valencia
Team Valencia Club de ...
Position Striker

Roberto Soldado Rillo is a Spanish footballer who plays for Valencia CF and the Spanish national football team as a striker.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Roberto Soldado.


1985 Birth Born on May 27, 1985.


2005 20 Years Old 1 More Event
After seasons of prolific goalscoring with the club's B team, he made his first team debut on 23 October 2005 against Valencia CF, playing 18 minutes in a 1–2 home loss. … Read More
2006 21 Years Old On 24 July 2006, Soldado officially became the first member of Real Madrid to leave under new manager Fabio Capello and new president Ramón Calderón, moving to fellow La Liga club Osasuna on a season-long loan. … Read More
2007 22 Years Old Soldado returned to Real Madrid where, on 11 July 2007, he renewed his contract with the team until 30 June 2012. … Read More
2008 23 Years Old 1 More Event
In late July 2008 Soldado was sold to Getafe CF for €4 million, signing a four-year deal with the side from the Madrid outskirts, like former Real midfielder Esteban Granero the previous week.
On 25 January 2009 Soldado netted a hat-trick as an early substitute, in a 5–1 home win against Sporting de Gijón. … Read More
2010 25 Years Old In early June 2010, after a successful year at Getafe – 16 league goals, and the club qualified for the UEFA Europa League – Soldado returned to his hometown and signed for Valencia for €10 million, replacing FC Barcelona-bound David Villa. … Read More
On 2 April 2011, Soldado scored all of Valencia's goals in a 4–2 away win against former club Getafe. … Read More
2012 27 Years Old 1 More Event
On 29 February 2012, after nearly five years of absence, Soldado returned to the national team: he came on as a substitute for Fernando Llorente at half-time of a friendly with Venezuela in Málaga, scoring twice after only seven minutes on the pitch; afterwards, he gained a penalty and the sending off of Fernando Amorebieta, but missed the ensuing attempt, only to close the score at 5–0 in the 83rd minute. … Read More
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