Angel Reyna is a former professional football player from Mexico City. He played the position of attacking midfielder. Teams he played for include Mexican clubs San Luis, Nexaca, America, Monterey, and more. He was also loaned to Pachuca and he also played for Veracruz.

From 2010 to 2013, he was a part of the Mexican National Football Team.

Player Profile

Reyna was born Angel Eduardo Reyna Garcia Martinez in Mexico. His hometown is Mexico City. He stands 169 centimeters tall and his last listed weight was 65 kilograms. He plays with his right foot and for most of his career, he was an attacking midfielder.

Position Midfielder
Born 19 Sep 1984
Nationality Mexico Mexico
Team History
Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Tiburones Rojos 2019
Deportivo Toluca F.C. 2018 (loan)
Celaya F.C. 2016 - 2018
Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Tiburones Rojos 2017 (loan)
Club Deportivo Guadalajara Club Deportivo Guadalajara 2014 - 2015
Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Tiburones Rojos 2013 - 2014
Pachuca Club de Fútbol Pachuca Club de Fútbol 2013 (loan)
C.F. Monterrey C.F. Monterrey 2012
Club America Club America 2009 - 2011
San Luis FC San Luis 2008 - 2009
Club Necaxa 2007 - 2008
San Luis FC San Luis 2005 - 2007

He spent his youth and early career playing for the reserves of Club America.

Senior Career

Reyna made his debut as a senior football player in 2005 when he signed with San Luis. In 2006, he made his first Primera Division goal when San Luis played against Pumas UNAM. He stayed with San Luis from 2005 to 2007. He later played for a short while with Nexaca before going back to San Luis. In total, he scored 11 goals while playing for San Luis.

Club America

In December 2008, he signed with America and he played with them from 2009 to 2011, appearing 89 times and scoring 27 goals. He was one of their top scorers, scoring his first hat-trick in April 2011.

He made records while with America including becoming the second most Mexican-born goal-scorer with 13 goals in a Clausura event. He follows Cuauhtemoc Blanco who made 16 goals in 1998.

By the end of December, Reyna had parted ways with America following the difference with then team captain Aquivaldo Mosquera.

After Americas

Following his separation from America, Reyna signed with CF Monterey. He was part of the team that took the victory at the CONCACAF Champions League 2011-2012. The following year, he was loaned to Pachuca where he appeared in 16 matches and scored 5 goals.

He was later traded from Monterey to Veracruz. By 2014, he had signed with Guadalajara. Following difficulties with the team, Guadalajara and Reyna agreed to terminate his contract. He was released in March 2016.

From there, he was signed with Celaya Football Club. While with them, he was loaned to both Veracruz and Toluca. He stayed with Veracruz through to the 2018-2019 season.

National Team

2010-2013 – Mexican National Team

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