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Hard Work and self-belief will always earn you success, this line is very well proved by extremely talented ‘Juan Carlos Arce Justinian’ eminently known as ‘Juan Carlos Arce’ who is a Bolivian professional football player. He plays for the Bolivian football club, Always Ready as a winger or forward position.
In 2003, he started his football career at Oriente Petrolero and later played for Portuguesa, Sport Recife, Akhmat, Grozny, Bolivar Corinthians, Al-Arabi, Seongnam FC, before joining Always Ready in 2021.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 10 April 1985, this handsome footballer has turned 37 years old. He seems enough tall with his height which is 176 in centimeters and 5’9” in feet & inches. He maintains himself very fit and healthy with a weight of 70 kilograms and 154 lbs in pounds.
Moreover, he is very conscious about his physique and follows a regular and healthy diet in order to keep himself fit as a fiddle with the body measurements of 40 inches chest, 30 inches waist, and 13 inches biceps approximately.
He earns a decent amount of money from his professional career as a football player by playing for several clubs in Europe and Asia and his major source of income comes from contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements. As of now, his salary and net worth are not revealed.
Education / Family
Juan was born and raised up in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and belongs to Bolivian nationality. He didn’t reveal any information with regards to his parents and siblings including their names too. As of his education, there is no information available with regards to his education and educational qualifications.
Juan Carlos Arce
|Nick Name||Juan Carlos Arce Justiniano|
|Birth Place||Santa Cruz, Bolivia|
|Date of birth||10 April 1985|
|Height||In feet & inches: 5’9”
In centimeters: 176 cm
|Weight||In kilograms: 70 kg
In pounds: 154 lbs
|Eye color||Dark Brown|
|Home town||Santa Cruz, Bolivia|
|Fathers name||Name Not Known|
|Mothers name||Name Not Known|
Career / Fashion and Style
As of his career, Juan Carlos Arce commenced his childhood profession at the youth foundation of Academia Tahuichi. Juan then, at that point, joined the Bolivian Primera Division club Oriente Petrolero. Juan marked the professional agreement with the club in 2003.
Juan won the 2003 Copa Aerosur in his first season with the club. He played for Portuguesa, Corinthians, Al-Arabi, Seongnam FC, and Sport Recife on advances somewhere in the range of 2006 and 2009. Juan left the club in 2010 and joined the Russian football club, Akhmat Grozny. Juan had marked a three-year contract with the club.
Juan got back to Oriente Petrolero in 2011 and played two additional seasons for the club. He joined the Bolivian club, Bolivar in 2012 and played for the club from 2012 to 2020. He joined Always Ready in 2021. In the 2004 Copa America, Juan made his senior worldwide debut against Peru.
In November 2006, Juan scored his debut senior worldwide goal against El Salvador. Juan has addressed Bolivia at five Copa America competitions (2004, 2007, 2011, 2016, 2021). Juan has additionally played for Bolivia in five World Cup qualifying efforts (2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, 2022).
Girlfriend, Affairs, Wife, and More
As of his personal life, he is not married yet and is assumed to be single at present. There is no news and rumors about him dating and affairs with anyone.
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Some Interesting Facts About Juan Carlos Arce
- For Oriente Petrolero, he has scored over 30 goals.
- While playing for the Qatari club, Al-Arabi, he faced difficulty with language.
- In his whole career, he played for Seongnam FC, and the Russian club, Akhmat Grozny, and the South Korean club.
- In 2004, 2007, 2011, 2016, and 2021, he has represented Bolivia at Copa America tournaments.
- For his current team, he wears jersey number 17.
- He played for different clubs at the Midfielder/Winger position.
- He was loaned out to Brazil for the third time after the start of the 2009 Bolivian Primera División.
- He has been capped 63 times for Bolivia since his debut in 2004.