A Paraguayan footballer, Pablo Cesar Aguilar currently plays as a defender for Colon de Santa De. Starting his professional football career with Sportivo Luqueno in 2004, Aguilar remained with the club till 2007, and made 82 league appearances with the club and also scored 7 goals with them. But in 2007, Aguilar made the switch to Colon de Santa Fe, with whom he has made 32 league appearances so far and scored 3 goals in total. Aguilar has so far not appeared in any national or international events. Cesar Aguilar is a professional football player for Paraguay. He started his professional career playing for Sportivo Luqueno which was based in his hometown of Luque. Other teams he has played for include Club Atletico Colon de Santa Fe and Cruz Azul.

Aguilar has also played for the Paraguay National Team in several outings since 2007.

Player Profile and Personal Life

Aguilar was born on April 2, 1987, in Luque, Paraguay. His full name is Cesar Aguilar Benitez. He stands 180 centimeters tall and plays the position of center-back and defender. His last listed weight was 77 kilograms.

Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.8 m /
Born 2 Apr 1987
Nationality Paraguay Paraguay
Team History
Cruz Azul 2018 - present
Club Tijuana 2018
Club America Club America 2014 - 2017
Club Tijuana 2012 - 2013 (loan)
Club Tijuana 2013
Club Sportivo Luqueno Club Sportivo Luqueno 2011 - 2012 (loan)
Arsenal de Sarandi Arsenal de Sarandi 2010 - 2011 (loan)
San Luis FC San Luis 2009 - 2010
Colon de Santa Fe Colon de Santa Fe 2008 - 2009
Club Sportivo Luqueno Club Sportivo Luqueno 2004 - 2007

Professional Football Career

Aguilar made his professional football debut with Sportivo Luqueno. He played with them from 2004 to 2007, appearing in 82 games and scoring 8 goals. While with Luqueno, he won the Paraguayan Primera Division Title.

Following his time with Luqueno, he transferred to the Argentinian club, Colon. He played with colon from 2008 to 2009. He later moved to play for the Mexican club San Luis. Following his stint with San Luis, he was loaned to Arsenal de Sarandi and Sportivo Luqueno. He was also loaned the Xolos of Club Tijuana.

He would later sign with Tijuana and play with them in 2013 and again in 2018.

One of his longest stints was with Club America. He was with them from 2014 to 2017 and he played in a total of 134 games and made 15 goals for the team.

As of 2021, Aguilar plays for Cruz Azul. He has been with Cruz Azul since 2018 and so far, he has appeared in more than 100 games, scoring 10 goals.


In a 2017 while with America and in a Copa MX match, Aguilar headbutted the referee, Fernando Hernandez. Following the assault, he was suspended for 10 games. This was later revised to make it a year-long suspension but Aguilar appealed it and the 10-game suspension remained.

International Career Playing for Paraguay

Since 2007, Aguilar has played for the Paraguay National Team. He has appeared for the country in a total of 28 games. This includes a couple of FIFA Friendlies and the 2014 World Cup Qualifier.

Throughout his international appearances, he has scored four goals.

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