Omar Monjaraz Campos is a professional Mexican footballer who specializes in defending. Omar has travelled a lot in his career in terms of clubs he has played for. He began his playing career at Club Leon in 1999 and after playing just once for the first team, move to La Piedad, in 2001, in the lower divisions to get more on-the-pitch action. His wish came true as he made 26 appearances for the club, scoring 2 goals.

At the end of the season, Monjaraz moved to Chiapas Futbol Club where he played 47 times in all competitions before moving to Tapachula in 2004. Monjaraz barely spent any time at his new club and was soon in demand at Puebla Futbol Club where he played for a single season, scoring one goal. In 2005, Monjaraz moved back to Chiapas Futbol Club and playing in his second stint, barely made the first team 15 times in the two seasons he was with the Jaguares.

In 2006, search for first team football sent Monjaraz to Petroleros however, unsatisfied with the result, he decided to move back to first team football and joined San Luis F.C. in 2007. After starting slowly, Monjaraz has become a regular member of the first team and has played almost 30 games in his 2 seasons there so far, scoring twice.

Position Defender
Height / weight 1.78 m /
Born 11 May 1981
Nationality Mexico Mexico
Team History
Lobos de la BUAP 2010 - 2011
San Luis FC San Luis 2007 - 2009
Club de Futbol Jaguares de Chiapas Jaguares 2005 - 2007
Petroleros 2006
Puebla Futbol Club 2004 - 2005
Tapachula 2004
Club de Futbol Jaguares de Chiapas Jaguares 2002 - 2003
C.F. La Piedad 2001 - 2002
Club León 1999

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