- Fluminense 2011 - present
- Goiás Esporte Clube 2009 - 2010 (loan)
- Cruzeiro Esporte Clube 2005 - 2010
- Fluminense 2010
- Omiya Ardija 2007 - 2008 (loan)
- Clube Náutico Capibaribe 2006 (loan)
- Associacao Desportiva Cabofriense 2005
- América Futebol Clube (MG) 2004
- Bonsucesso Futebol Clube 2003
- Rio das Ostras 2002
- Fluminense 2001
A professional football player from Brazil, Leandro da Fonseca Euzebio plays as a defender. Leandro began his playing career in 2001, with Fluminense. Having broken through their youth academy, Leandro was hopeful of making a mark in the first eleven but it wasn’t to be. He failed to play a single game and moved to Rio das Ostras the following year.
Staying in the lower divisions, Leandro moved to Bonsucesso Futebol Clube in 2003 and made somewhat of an impact on the football scene. He was wooed by America Futebol Clube in 2004 and that was followed by a move to Cabofriense in 2005. Leandro was making his mark in the lower divisions and his season with Cabofriense really hit home. Leandro was picked by Cruzeiro, later that same year and would go on to win the Minas Gerais State League title in 2006.
Most of Leandro’s time at Cruzeiro was spent out on loan spells. The first began in 2006, when he played 11 games with Clube Nautico Capibaribe. In 2007-08, he moved to Omiya Ardija, in Japan, playing 58 games and scoring three goals. In 2009-10, Leandro moved to Goias Esporte Clube, playing just 27 games but scoring twice, his last loan move for Cruzeiro.
In 2010, Leandro moved to Fluminense and played 35 games with a 5-goal haul. He helped the team win the Serie A title and had become the first choice central defender for the side. However since 2011, Leandro has made just 15 appearances for the team.