| Mauricio Aros|
| Mauricio Fernando Aros Bahamondez|
(1976-03-09) March 9, 1976 (age 39)
Punta Arenas, Chile
Mauricio Aros Wikipedia
Mauricio Fernando Aros Bahamonde (born March 9, 1976) is a former Chilean football player.
He began his career in the youth squads of Deportes Concepción and debuted as a professional in 1995. In 1998, Aros left the club for Universidad de Chile and won two Primera División Chilean Championships and two Copa Chile trophies with the club.
In 2001, he signed for Dutch club Feyenoord. He won 2001–02 UEFA Cup with the club, but did not receive regular playing time. In 2002, Aros was loaned to Israeli club Maccabi Tel Aviv and in 2003 he was loaned to Saudi club Al-Hilal.
In the middle of 2004, Aros contract expired and he returned to Chile to play for Huachipato. He then moved to Cobreloa for two years.
In the Clausura 2007 tournament, Universidad de Concepción made the finals of the playoffs and lost to Colo-Colo.
Aros made his international debut for Chile on April 29, 1998 against Lithuania. He was a participant at the 1998 FIFA World Cup with Chile. He only played in one game at the '98 World Cup, which was in the Round of 16 match versus Brazil. Aros participated in three Copa América's (1999, 2001, and 2004). In the 1999 Copa América, Chile made it to the semifinals against Uruguay. The game went to penalties and Aros missed the second penalty shot, which would prove to be the decisive penalty for Chile. Chile went on to lose the third place game versus Mexico. His last international match was against Costa Rica on July 14, 2004 in a group match of the 2004 Copa América. Aros finished his international career with 30 caps. Universidad de Chile
Chilean Primera División: 1999, 2000
Copa Chile: 1998, 2000
UEFA Cup: 2002
Universidad de Concepción
Copa Chile: 2008