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Uruguayan footballer
Born: January 24, 1987 (age 35 years), Salto, Uruguay
Height: 1.82 m
Spouse: Sofia Balbi (m. 2009)

Current teams: Uruguay national football team (#9 / Forward), Atlético de Madrid (#9 / Forward)
Children: Delfina Suárez, Lautaro Suárez, Benjamin Suárez
Dates joined: 2020 (Atlético de Madrid), 2014 (FC Barcelona)
Birthday: January 24, 1987 (Aquarius)

Born In: Salto, Uruguay
Also Known As: Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz
Age: 35 Years, 35 Year Old Males
Spouse/Ex-: Sofia Balbi (M. 2009)

Football Players Uruguayan Men
Height: 6’0″ (183 cm), 6’0″ Males

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Suárez was born in Salto, Uruguay to Sandra Diaz and Rodolfo Suárez, the fourth of seven boys. His older brother, Paolo Suárez, is a retired professional footballer, who last played for Isidro Metapán in El Salvador.

Suárez moved with his family to Montevideo when he was seven, and his parents separated when he was nine. In Montevideo, he developed his football skills on the streets, while also taking up work as a street sweeper at the age of 15. 

The contrast between his life in Europe and the poverty he left behind has been cited as contributing to his periodic aggression on the field, as well as being a possible explanation for the more forgiving attitudes of the Uruguayan public and press towards such cases, compared to Europe. 

Besides his native tongue, Suárez is able to speak Dutch and English.

Suárez is of mixed race, with public records indicating his having a black grandfather. 

The matter of ethnicity was raised in reporting on the Patrice Evra incident, where use by his grandmother, Lila Piriz, of “mi negrito” as a sobriquet has been offered to explain Suárez’s repeated use of “negro” over the two-minute altercation; the FA judged his evidence unreliable, issuing him an eight-match ban.

His mother also supported the claim Suárez made that using the word was not racist in Uruguay. She said it was “normal”, and that it was “a word people use with their friends. It’s like calling someone fat, thin or whatever.”

Suárez began dating Sofía Balbi at age 15 in Montevideo; the Balbi family moved to Barcelona in 2003, and Suárez’s focus on football strengthened as a result as he wanted to follow them to Europe to join Sofía again. 

Suárez married her in 2009, and the couple have a daughter named Delfina (born 2010) and two sons named Benjamin (born 2013) and Lauti (born 2018). His daughter’s name is Delfina, which is an anagram of Anfield, the ground of one of his former clubs, Liverpool FC. 

He has a tattoo of his daughter’s name Delfina on his wrist which he kisses as part of his goal celebration – this celebration routine is featured in EA Sports’ video game FIFA 15 as “Kiss The Wrist”. 

In 2014, Suárez joined Barcelona, allowing him to live closer to Sofía’s family. On the move, Suárez said, ” did all they could to get me to stay, but playing and living in Spain, where my wife’s family live, is a lifelong dream and ambition.

I believe now the timing is right.” In 2014, Suárez released his autobiography, Crossing the Line – My Story. Suárez, who is married to an Italian citizen, flew to Perugia in September 2020, to do a B1 Italian language exam to gain Italian citizenship.