Sergio Araujo

Soccer Player

Sergio Araujo was born in Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina on January 28th, 1992 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 32, Sergio Araujo biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 28, 1992
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Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina
32 years old
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Association Football Player
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Sergio Araujo Life

Sergio Ezequiel Araujo (born 28 January 1992) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Spanish club Las Palmas as a striker.


Sergio Araujo Career

Club career

Araujo was born in Buenos Aires and trained with Boca Juniors' youth team. On December 13, 2009, he played his first match as a professional, beginning as a late replacement for Nicolás Gaitán in a 0–2 home loss to Banfield in the Primera División championship.

In a 2–1 home win over Arsenal de Sarand, Araujo scored his first professional goal on November 21, 2010, netting the first time. However, he was mainly used as a back-up to Pablo Mouche and Lucas Viatri, who appeared sparingly.

For the first time in his career, Araujo signed a two-year loan contract with Barcelona and was assigned to the reserves in Segunda División. On August 17, he made his club debut against UD Almera in the final 36 minutes.

In a 2–1 away win over Lugo, Araujo scored his first goals for Barça B on December 1st, netting a brace. He finished the season with seven goals in 34 appearances, but returned to his parent club on June 25, 2013.

After being deemed in surplus to needs by manager Carlos Bianchi, Araujo was loaned to Tigre on July 17th. He appeared in 19 games for the club, scoring four goals; he was suspended on Sunday after defeating Colón 1–0 for a match against Maximiliano Caire.

Araujo returned to Spain on July 19, 2014, joining Las Palmas in a season-long loan contract. In a 2–0 home win over UE Llagostera on Sunday, he made his Canarian debut on August 23rd, starting and scoring the last. Las Palmas finished fourth and advanced to the play-offs in which Araujo opened a 1–1 draw against Real Valladolid in the first leg of the semi-finals; Araujo missed a penalty in added time in the goalless second as his team advanced to the away goals rule. In the second leg against Real Zaragoza at the Estadio Gran Canaria, he scored an 84th-minute goal, 3–3 on aggregate, putting Los Amarillos into La Liga by the same rule on Sunday.

Araujo played in 43 games and scored 25 goals over the Canary Islands' season, being the club's top goalscorer and second overall. Despite strong links to a move to Celtic and Real Sociedad, the club was able to buy him outright, despite strong claims to a five-year contract.

Araujo made his La Liga debut on August 22, 2015, defeating Atlético Madrid 0–1 away from losing 0–1 on August 22. In a 3–3 draw at Celta de Vigo on September 13, he scored his first goal in the category on September 13th, netting his team's first goal.

Araujo joined AEK Athens on loan until the end of the season, with the option to extend for a further year. He scored twice on his debut in his debut, leading to a 6–0 home victory over Levadiakos for the Greek Cup. In a 1–1 away draw against Panionios on March 6, he scored two of his team's three goals, and six days later he scored two of his team's three goals against PAOK.

He opened the scoring in a 21-0 victory over champions Olympiacos in the Greek Cup semifinals on April 13. He scored his second goal of a 2–1 away victory over Panionios on May 31 and his team qualified for the UEFA Champions League. He returned to Las Palmas at the end of the season.

Araujo returned to AEK on a season long-loan for a €700,000. During the second half of the 2016–17 season, he scored nine goals at the domestic tournaments. In a 4–0 home win over AEL, he matched his return by scoring a goal. In a 2–2 home draw against Rijeka on November 23, 2017 he scored his first goal in UEFA competitions. In a 3–1 home victory over PAS Giannina on January 14, he scored a brace against a brace. Araujo's brace helped the AEK beat Panathinaikos 3–0 on April 1, 2018. AEK's first title in 24 years came after his goal gave them a 1–0 away win over Apollon Smyrnis at the Georgios Kamaras Stadium on May 5th.

Araujo would not be sold under the terms of his release clause, according to Las Palmas, because the release clause was €60 million.

AEK loaned Araujo from Las Palmas for the remainder of the season on January 31, 2020, at a cost of €500,000. However, there is a confirmed clause in the agreement, which means that if AEK doesn't decide to buy Araujo on a permanent basis for €2.7 million after the campaign comes, they will have to pay a hefty compensation fee to Las Palmas. After eight minutes of a 1–0 victory over city rivals Panathinaikos at the Olympic Stadium on February 9, Araujo scored his first goal since rejoining AEK.

Araujo completed a three-year contract with AEK that cost the Argentinian club Boca Juniors, which retained a majority interest in the country's resale. Araujo has participated in 79 games for the team and scored 26 goals in all competitions as a loanee in the previous years. He scored the only goal against Lamia on September 22nd. He scored a brace on November 21, 2021, but he did not win by a 3–2 home loss against Olympiacos. Araujo scored a brace in his 100th game with the club and named MVP in a 3–0 home win game against Apollon Smyrnis on February 6, 2022.

International career

In 2009, Araujo defeated Argentina at the South American U-17 Championship. As the team eventually finished second and qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup, he scored three goals in five appearances.

Araujo also appeared in the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Nigeria, scoring a 59th-minute winner against Honduras in Argentina's first game, as well as a 58th-minute winner in Argentina's second game. Argentina advanced to the round of 16, where he scored to put them 2–0 ahead of Colombia. Colombia would win the game 3–2.

At the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadala, Mexico, Araujo represented Argentina's U-23 national team. In Argentina's first 1–1 draw with Brazil, he scored, but he was sacked in the 85th minute. Argentina advanced to the final, losing 1–0 against Mexico.


Three women are killed and one fights for life after two lesbian couples are set on fire in 'homophobic attack' by man who threw Molotov cocktail into their boarding house room, May 15, 2024
The three deceased victims have been named as Pamela Cobas and Mercedes Roxana Figueroa, both 52, and 42-year-old Andrea Amarante. Ms Cobas died in the hours after the attack on May 6, while Ms Figueroa passed away on Wednesday after suffering burns across 90 percent of her body. The death of Ms Amarante was confirmed on Sunday. As of Monday, it was reported that the fourth victim, 49-year-old Sofia Castro Riglos, remained in hospital. Police have not yet announced a suspected motive behind the attack, which has sparked shock and anger in Argentina. However, local reports said the women made up two couples, and suggested that the attack could have been motivated by homophobia, while locals said the attacker has a history of homophobic abuse. The attacker has also been identified as Justo Fernando Barrientos, 62.

Top-flight match in Greece descends into a BRAWL after a fiery derby as police are forced to intervene and manager faces lengthy ban for grabbing someone by the neck, April 29, 2024
In shameful chaos in Greece, AEK lost 3-2 to their rivals in a crucial match in the Super League title race and the result lit the fuse on a chaotic altercation. Almeyda was caught on camera at full-time venting his fury before becoming involved in a fracas as a small crowd of bodies gathered around the dugout. The 50-year-old was spotted pushing Sergio Araujo, his own player, and a substitute and then went on to confront a number of people, forcing police to step in. PAOK's Taison and several AEK coaches looked to hold Almeyda back but they were unsuccessful as he wriggled away and grabbed another person by the neck.