Marcos Gonzalez Biography

Published On Sep 08, 2015
Facts of Marcos Gonzalez
Date of Birth: 1980 , June-9
Birth Nation: Brazil
Height: 6 Feet 3 Inch
Name Marcos González
Nationality Chilean
Birth Place/City Rio De Janeiro
Ethnicity White
Profession Footballer
Weight in KG 85kg
Married Yes
Married to Delia Gonzalez
Children Mateo Gonzalez, Paulo Gonzalez, Trinidad Gonzalez and Benjamin Gonzalez
Education degree in physical education
Online Presence Wiki
TV Show The Bachelor television program; Law & Order: Special Victims Unit;Design
Net Worth 300,000 Euros
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements 30B-23-33
Birth Name Marcos Andres Gonzalez Salazar
Father Denis Kingsley
Mother Diane Kingsley
Working For Flamengo
Face Color White
Famous for host Around the Horn
Divorce No
Awards Won SEC Championship.
Breast Size 30
Waist size 23
Hip Size 33
Salary 1.032 million BRL
Tattoo(s) No Tattoo in her body
Religion Catholic
Neck Size 8
Shoe Size 9
Movies Quai d'Orsay (2013)
Sisters Trina, Tammy, and Tara
Siblings Mike Stern, Robert Sedgwick, Holly Sedgwick
Girlfriend Mecia
Music Group 3LW
Nick Name Marcos
Affair with Chris Wragge,Chris Brooke
Albums Never Lose Sight
Chest Size 34
Boyfriend Michael Sarrazin,Alexander Godunov
Special Title Miss January 1999
Books Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities
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Marcos Gonzalez is a married man. He is married to Delia González. However, the exact date they got married is not known. He is not involved in any kind of extra marital affairs and there is no any sign of this couple getting divorced. He has four children with her and they are Benjamin González, Trinidad González, Paulo González and Mateo González.

Marcos Gonzalez  nurtured his interest in football since his childhood days. It seems normal for him to generate an interest in football as he is a South American and was also born in Brazil. He began playing football since 1994; at that time he played from Universidad de Chile as a youth player. He played for the youth team for about half a decade and finally got a chance to be promoted to the senior team. He made his first senior team appearance in 1999 from his same childhood club. Since then he played for several popular clubs. It is expected that he is earning a huge salary being a professional football player and in 2012, it was rumored that his actual income for 2012 was around a net worth of 1.032 million BRL.


Marcos Gonzalez

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Born in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

June 9 , 1980

 He was from a humble background, born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Chilean parents. There is a lack of his parental information like his father, mother, brothers and sisters. He was born in Brazil, however, he moved to Chile when he was just two years old and is now a Chilean national.

Joined Universidad de Chile


Marcos Gonzalez  nurtured his interest in football since his childhood days. It seems normal for him to generate an interest in football as he is a South American and was also born in Brazil. He began playing football since 1994; at that time he played from Universidad de Chile as a youth player

Made his senior team appearance


He began playing club football since 1994, however, it was in 1999, when he actually made his first senior team appearance. He played in the youth team for about five years and finally got a chance to be promoted to the senior team.

Joined Rangers


While he was associated with Universidad de Chile football club, this club made an offer for him to join Rangers in season loan. He played from Rangers as a loan player for about a year scoring one goal from his 23 appearance. 

Joined Colón


After spending a season loan in Rangers for about a year, he returned back to his own club in 2003. He played there for a year and then finally joined Colón. There he played in thirteen matches and also scored a goal. 

Joined Palestino


He didn't have that impressive year for Colon. Though he also scored a goal for them, he only appeared in 13 matches. So, in 2005 he made a mind to join Palestino. He joined Palestino in 2005, however, his actual contract is unknown.

Joined Columbus Crew


After scoring three goals in thirty-seven appearances for Palestino, he joined Columbus Crew in 2006. He remained there till 2007. During this one-year spell, he made forty-five appearances and also scored two goals. He actually displayed an impressive football from there.

Joined Universidad Católica


In 2008, football club Universidad Católica made a formal bid to him. His formal club, Columbus Crew accepted that bid and sends him to Universidad Católica. He joined them in a three year contract and played there till 2010.

Joined Universidad de Chile


After playing for Universidad Católica for about two years, he then returned back to his own childhood club, Universidad de Chile. He became a professional footballer from the same club. In 2011 session with them, he made 25 appearances.

Joined Flamengo


After spending a year with his childhood club, Universidad de Chile, he moved to Flamengo. He joined this football club in 2012. There he played forty-four games and also scored two goals. He also led this club to win some important matches.

Joined Unión Española


In 2014, he then moved to Unión Española to play his football game as he was not given many chances in his previous football club. In the 2014-2015 seasons for them, he appeared in about thirty-one matches and also scored two important goals.

Joined Club Necaxa


Currently, he is associated with Club Necaxa. Till now he has not made any real appearance from this clum, but it is sure that he will display some impressive games from this club with this start of 2015-2016 session.

Made his international debut


It was 2003, when he made his senior team appearance from the football club, Universidad de Chile. During his early start he displayed some beautiful football games, so the same year, he was also called up in the national team.

Won Chilean Primera División


He won several awards and championship from his childhood club, Universidad de Chile. He won Chilean Primera División in 1999 and 2000. He also won Copa Chile, two Torneo Apertura and Copa Sudamericana.

Listed in El Gráfico Primera División Ideal Team


He also has received some individual awards. In 2009, he was listed in El Gráfico Primera División Ideal Team. He was also included in this team in 2011. In 2011, he was also included in ANFP Primera División Ideal Team and 2011 American Ideal Team.