Ángel Reyna

Angel Eduardo Reyna Martínez ( born September 19, 1984 in Mexico City) is a Mexican footballer, who acts mainly as an attacking midfielder.

  • 2.1 Personal
  • 2.2 club
  • 2.3 national team



Reyna began his professional career in the 2003/ 04 second division season at the traditional Club León, and moved during the winter break for league rivals Tigrillos Coapa, a resident at that time in the Mexican capital branch team Tigres de la UANL, with whom he reached the play-offs and in the quarterfinals failed just against his Exverein León.

He then moved to just relegated to the second division club San Luis, with whom he won the 2004 Apertura and at the end of the season 2004/ 05 the immediate return to the Primera División was able to celebrate. By the end of the season 2006/ 07 he was at San Luis under contract and changed for the 2007 /08 season the club Necaxa. In the second half of 2008, he played again for San Luis and is the Capital Club América under contract, in whose ranks he was División Clausura 2011 with 13 goals scorer in the Primera since early 2009.


His debut in the dress of the Mexican national team gave Reyna on 24 February 2010 in a match against Bolivia (5-0 ), in which he played the second half. His first international match the full distance of 90 minutes took place on 9 June 2011 at the context of the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2011 against Cuba (5-0 ) instead.



  • Scorer in the Mexican Primera División Clausura 2011


  • Mexican second division champions: Apertura 2004


  • CONCACAF Gold Cup / Winners: 2011