Fernando Agustín Giménez Solís (born 10 July 1984) is a Paraguayan footballer that currently plays for Primera División Paraguaya club Olimpia as an attacking midfielder.
Aged nineteen, Giménez joined to Primera División side Nacional in 2005, for whom he made his professional debut the same season. He spent one season at the Asunción club, before moving to Puerto Montt of the Chilean Primera División for an undisclosed fee. In January 2007, he signed a two-season contract with Universidad de Concepción, club of the same tier of his old club, that will keep him until 2009 at Collao. In his first cycle with his new club, he only stayed six months, because the coach Marcelo Barticciotto not considered him for the next tournament due to his performance, being then loaned to Puerto Montt, his old club in the last season. Giménez again shone there, being the goalscorer of his team, but unfortunately relegating to the Primera B. After of that, he returned to Concepción the next season, in where he won the 2008 Copa Chile title under the coach Jorge Pellicer and also recovered his good level.
In January 2010, he joined to Ecuadorian Serie A powerhouse club Emelec, because the coach Jorge Sampaoli specially requested him to the club's dirigence. The guaraní arrived for a one-season loan with buy option. He made his debut in the match in where Emelec present their players, event called Explosión Azul, he scored a peace of goal against Independiente José Terán in a 2–0 home win. Thanks to his performances at Guayaquil's team, Giménez made that the coach Fernando Arce call him to the Paraguayan national football team.