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Erick Torres

For Mexican forward, see Erick Torres Padilla.
Erick Torres
Personal information
Full nameErick Omar Torres Arias
Date of birth (1975-05-16) May 16, 1975 (age 39)
Place of birthPuerto Maldonado, Peru
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing positionDefensive midfielder
Club information
Current clubUniv. Técnica Cajamarca
Youth career
Sport Boys
Senior career*
????–1994Inter San Borja
1994Unión Huaral
1995–2004Sporting Cristal382(15)
2005–2006José Gálvez FBC38(5)
2007Alianza Lima23(1)
2008–2010Univ. César Vallejo98(5)
2011José Gálvez FBC21(2)
2012–Univ. Técnica Cajamarca0(0)
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2012.
† Appearances (Goals).

Erick Torres (born May 16, 1975 in Puerto Maldonado, Peru) is a professional Peruvian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder. He currently plays for Club Universidad Técnica de Cajamarca.

Club career

Torres started his development as a footballer in the youth academy of Sport Boys[1] Then he started his senior career playing for Internazionale San Borja in the Peruvian Second Division.[1] Torres then played for Second Division side Unión Huaral and helped them achieve promotion by finishing champions of the 1994 Segunda División Peruana.[1] Then in 1995 Torres transferred to Peruvian giants Sporting Cristal. Erick made his Peruvian First Division debut on March 5, 1995 in the first round of the 1995 Descentralizado season.[1] His debut was a derby match away to rivals Universitario de Deportes, which finished in a 2–1 win for La U. Torres would score his first goal in the First Division in the following game against his previous club Unión Huaral.[1]

Torres has also played club football for José Gálvez FBC, Alianza Lima, and Universidad César Vallejo.

International career

Erick was called up by manager Freddy Ternero and played for the Peru U-23 squad in the South American Pre-Olympic Tournament in 1996.[1]

Between 1997 and 2006, Torres played 11 times for the Peru national team.[2]



Unión Huaral
Sporting Cristal
José Gálvez FBC
  • Torneo Intermedio: 2011


External links

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  • Erick Torres at footballdatabase

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