Sebastian Fernandez is a Uruguay international football player who currently features for the Spanish football club Malaga. He plays as a forward.

Fernandez commenced his professional club football career at Miramar Misiones in 2004 and played for them for two seasons, scoring 21 goals in 75 league matches. He then moved to Defensor Sporting where he scored 15 goals in 32 league appearances in 2008, helping his side win the Apertura Championship in 2007.

His impressive form saw him get snapped up by Benfield in 2008 and he played for them for two years, scoring 12 goals in 61 league matches. Fernandez help Banfield win the Argentine Apertura Championship in 2009.

Team Danubio FC Danubio FC
Position Forward
Height / weight 1.67 m /
Born 23 May 1985
Nationality Uruguay Uruguay
Team History
Danubio FC Danubio 2022 - present
Liverpool FC (Montevideo) Liverpool (Montevideo) 2021
Club Nacional de Football Club Nacional de Football 2014 - 2020
583 rayo vallecano Rayo Vallecano 2013 - 2014
387 malaga cf Malaga 2010 - 2013
Club Atletico Banfield Club Atletico Banfield 2008 - 2010
Defensor Sporting Defensor Sporting 2007 - 2008
Miramar Misiones Miramar Misiones 2004 - 2006

In the summer of 2010 Malaga signed Fernandez from Banfield for €3.6 million on a four-year contract. However, he has failed to score regularly for the Spanish club.

Fernandez made his international debut for Uruguay against Romania in a friendly international on May 24, 2006. He was part of the team that reached the semi-finals of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa.

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