| South Africa|
| College of Boca Raton|
| (1968-05-22) 22 May 1968 (age 47)|
Michael Araujo Wikipedia
Michael Araujo is a retired South African soccer player who played professionally in South Africa, the United States, Canada and Ireland.
Araujo's parents moved from Portugal to South Africa where he was born. In 1986, Araujo entered the College of Boca Raton, now known as Lynn University. He played two seasons of NAIA soccer at Boca Raton, winning the 1987 NAIA national men's soccer championship. Araujo was also a 1987 NAIA Second Team All American. He finished his degree at Florida Atlantic University. In 1990, Roy Wiggemansen, former coach of Boca Raton, brought Araujo into the Montreal Supra which Wiggemansen now coached. Araujo was a Canadian Soccer League All League midfielder that year. In 1991, he returned to Florida where he played for Holly FC in the Gold Coast League In 1992, he played a single season for the Boca Raton Sabres in the USISL. On 30 March 1993, Araujo became one of the first players signed by the Coral Springs Kicks. He led the USISL in assists that season. In the fall of 1993, Araujo moved to Northern Ireland to play for Glenavon F.C. In 1995, he played for the Atlanta Ruckus in the A-League. He moved indoors in the fall of 1995 with the Cincinnati Silverbacks of the National Professional Soccer League, playing three seasons with the Silverbacks. In the spring of 1997, Araujo played four games for the Orlando Sundogs of the USISL before signing with the Sacramento Knights of the Continental Indoor Soccer League for the summer indoor season. In 1998, Araujo moved back to South Africa to join SuperSport United. In 1999, the team won the Nedbank Cup. Araujo lives and plays for amateur and division four clubs in the United States. In 2007, he played for the Fox and Hounds in the Gold Coast Soccer League Over 30 Division. In 2008, he was with Fort Lauderdale in the Florida Elite Soccer League.
Araujo played/captained the South African youth national team(1983&1984).
Director of coaching for Teamboca boys soccer program (2002-present)