Born in Uruguay, Victor Lopez chose football as his profession and in his 18 year career, made great waves at the club level in his country as well as in others. Nicknamed Campanita, or “Little Bell”, Victor Lopez made his professional debut in 1990 when hw joined CA Penarol for three seasons. From Penarol, he moved to Ferro Carril Oeste for four wonderful years that saw him grab the attention of Spanish club, Extremadura. He moved to Spain in 1998 but the very same year, was back to play for Independiente in Argentina.

After a year at Independiente, Victor went to Los Andes and then returned to Independiente, spending a year at each place. Soon he was sold to Defensor and then to Urlan Elista in Russia. In 2004, he returned to Uruguay to play at Fenix de Montevideo, where he spent two seasons before coming to Banfield. Victor retired at the end of 2008, after two years of service to Banfield.

Position Midfielder
Born 9 Apr 1971
Nationality Uruguay Uruguay
Nickname Campanita
Team History
Fenix de Montevideo 2004 - 2006
FC Elista 2003
Club Atletico Independiente Independiente 2001 - 2002
Defensor Sporting Club 2002
Club Atlético Los Andes 2000 - 2001
Club Atletico Independiente Independiente 1998 - 1999
Ferro Carril Oeste Ferro Carril Oeste 1994 - 1998
CF Extremadura CF Extremadura 1998
C.A. Peñarol C.A. Peñarol 1990 - 1993

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