| Capiata, Paraguay|
| Julio Cesar Enciso Ferreira|
(1974-08-05) 5 August 1974 (age 41)
Julio César Enciso Ferreira (born 5 August 1974 in Capiatá) is a Paraguayan association footballer who made 70 appearances for the Paraguay national team between 1995 and 2004.
Julio César Enciso Wikipedia
Enciso started his playing career in 1994 with Cerro Porteño where he won the league championships in his debut season. In 1996 he was signed by Internacional of Brazil where he played for 5 seasons, winning the Campeonato Gaúcho in 1997.
Enciso returned to Paraguay in 2001 to play for Olimpia Asunción where he won the Copa Libertadores 2002 and the Recopa Sudamericana 2003. He left the club in 2005
His last club was 12 de Octubre where he spent the 2006 season and announced his retirement. However, for the 2008 Clausura tournament he was called by the coach, Saturnino Arrua, and decided to make a comeback to help the team get out of the relegation zone.
Enciso played for Paraguay at the 1998 World Cup. He missed out on his country's 2002 campaign. That same year he won the Copa Libertadores as a captain with Olimpia. Afterwards he was named an over-age player for the 2004 Olympics, where he helped Paraguay to a silver medal.
He also played for Paraguay in three editions of the Copa América in 1995, 1999 and 2001. Cerro Porteño
Paraguayan Primera División: 1994
Campeonato Gaúcho: 1997
Copa Libertadores: 2002
Recopa Sudamericana: 2003
Summer Olympics: 2004 (Silver medal)