|Full name Alexis Javier Ferrero|
Weight 81 kg
Name Alexis Ferrero
|Playing position |
Role Football player
Height 1.81 m
Date joined 2009
|Date of birth (1979-03-31) March 31, 1979 (age 36)|
Number 6 (Club Atletico Huracan / Defender)
Place of birth Calchaqui, Argentina
Current team Club Atletico Huracan
Alexis Javier Ferrero (born 31 March 1979) is an Argentine football centre back who formerly played for River Plate in the Argentine Primera División. He currently plays for Huracán.
Ferrero started his professional career with Ferro Carril Oeste. He played for the team in the lower leagues of Argentine football until 2003 when he joined Atlanta of the Primera B Metropolitana (third division).
In 2005 Ferrero joined Tigre, helping the team to gain promotion to the Argentine Primera in 2007. The 2007 Apertura was Tigre's first season in the Primera since 1980. Ferrero played in all 19 games helping the club to finish in second place, the highest league finish in their history.
For 2008, Ferrero moved to Brazilian side Botafogo. However, he returned to Argentina on January 11, 2009, when he was loaned to Colón.
In January 2010 Ferrero joined River Plate.
On 20 May 2009, Ferrero played for Argentina in a friendly match against Panama, forming part of a squad made from players based in the Argentine league. Argentina won the game 3-1.