Fabian Orellana

Soccer Player

Fabian Orellana was born in Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile on January 27th, 1986 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 38, Fabian Orellana biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 27, 1986
Place of Birth
Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
38 years old
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Association Football Player
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Fabian Orellana Life

Fabián Orellana Valenzuela (Spanish) is a professional footballer who plays for Club Deportivo Universidad Católica and the Chilean national team. [fajan oegana] born 27 January 1986.

After starting out at Audax Italiano, he spent the majority of his professional career in Spain, where he represented Xerez, Granada, Celta, Valencia, Eibar, and Valladolid. With all the clubs, he has played 288 games and 42 goals over the past ten seasons.

Orellana, the first Chilean international, has competed in two World Cups and the Copa América Centenario, winning the latter tournament.

Personal life

El Poeta (The poet), Orellana's nickname, derived from his resemblance to a Chilean comedy character with the same name. He started being referred to as El Histórico (the honorable one) after his victory over Argentina.


Fabian Orellana Career

Club career

Orellana was born in Santiago, Colo-Colo, and then to Audax Italiano. He made his Primera División debut at 18, scored 12 league goals in 38 games in the 2007 season, finished third in the Apertura, won their Clausura group, and advanced to the semi-finals in the play-offs.

Orellana signed with Udinese Calcio in Italy on May 23, 2009, and the Spanish Segunda División has been loaned to Xerez CD. He stayed in that region and tier after his time in La Liga, commencing with Granada CF in a provisional contract and being a valuable contributor when the Andalusians returned to La Liga after a 35-year absence, netting seven times – including three times in the play-offs – in 2,673 minutes of play (he was also sent off three times).

Orellana became the property of Granada in the middle of 2011. He was loaned to RC Celta de Vigo, another Spanish second-division club.

The Galicians bought Orellana for good by early January 2013. In the dying minutes of a 1–0 home loss to FC Barcelona for throwing a piece of turf at Sergio Busquets' face, he was dismissed.

Orellana secured a four-month loan with fellow league side Valencia CF on January 31, 2017, with the possibility of making the transfer permanent until the end of the season.

Orellana was completely rejected by new boss Marcelino Garca Toral, and after that, he moved to SD Eibar, also of the Spanish top flight on loan until the following date. The Basques confirmed their survival in April; a permanent €2 million deal was signed as a result of the relevant clause, scoring eight goals in 2019–20 and also providing more assists than anyone in the squad as they tried to stay afloat.

Real Valladolid announced Orellana had joined them on a two-year contract on July 20th, 2020. However, after being recalled, he ended his deal with the club on August 30th.

International career

Orellana made his Chile debut in 2008. In a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Argentina in Santiago (1–0 victory), he scored his first international goal.

Orellana closed the scoring in a 4–2 win in Colombia on October 10, 2009, securing the national team's qualification to the World Cup for the first time in ten years. He came on as a replacement for Alexis Sánchez midway in South Africa's second half of a 2–1 group stage loss to eventual champions Spain.

Orellana was a participant in the 2008 Toulon Tournament for the Under-20s, assisting them in their second place.