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Mauricio Baldivieso

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Name  Mauricio Baldivieso
Playing position  Midfielder
Years  Team
Weight  76 kg

2007–2009  Aurora
Height  1.81 m
Number  19
Role  Footballer
Mauricio Baldivieso Mauricio Baldivieso de 12 aos debut en Primera boliviana

Full name  Pedro Mauricio Baldivieso Ferrufino
Date of birth  (1996-07-22) 22 July 1996 (age 19)
Similar People  Julio Cesar Baldivieso, Erwin Sanchez, Alejandro Chumacero, William Foulke

Place of birth  Cochabamba, Bolivia
Current team  Club Jorge Wilstermann

12 year old mauricio baldivieso s debut

Mauricio Baldivieso (born 22 July 1996) is a Bolivian footballer who plays as a midfielder and is currently playing for Club San José in the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano. At the age of 12, Baldivieso became the youngest player to ever play professional football when he made his debut against La Paz F.C. on 19 July 2009.


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Mauricio baldivieso debuta con 12 a os


Mauricio Baldivieso Bolivian coach who fielded his 12yearold son quits

In July 2009 Baldivieso played his first match in professional football for Aurora just a few days short of his 13th birthday when he came on as a late substitute in a Clausura fixture against La Paz.

He returned to Aurora for the 2012/13 season, where he has gone on to become a regular in the starting lineup, making nineteen league appearances.

Real Potosi (loan)

In January 2012, Baldivieso joined Real Potosi on a loan deal which ended in June 2012.

Nacional Potosi

On 30 June 2013, Baldivieso signed for Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano club Nacional Potosí on a free transfer. He made his debut for his new side on 4 August 2013, starting in a 2-0 win over his former club Aurora before being substituted in the 50th minute.

International career

Baldivieso was summoned to the Bolivian U-20 team to play in the 2015 South American Youth Football Championship.

Personal life

Baldivieso is the son of longtime Bolivian national player and former Aurora coach Julio Cesar Baldivieso.


  • Bolivian First Division: 2016 Clausura
  • References

    Mauricio Baldivieso Wikipedia