Francisco Fonseca

Jose Francisco Fonseca Guzmán ( born October 2, 1979 in León), also known by the nickname kikin, is a Mexican football player at the position of a striker.

Club career

Fonseca began his football career in the youth team of Club León and was later loaned to the second division teams Atlético Yucatán, Unión de Curtidores and CF La Piedad. With La Piedad he succeeded in 2001, the promotion to the Primera División. Two years later he moved to the UNAM Pumas of Mexico City, where in 71 league games he hit a total of 25 times and Mexican champion twice. From January 2005 to June 2006, he played for Cruz Azul. In summer 2006, Fonseca moved to Benfica, but returned half a year later to his home, where he was between January 2007 and the end of 2010 at the UANL Tigres under contract. Since 2011 he has worked for the CF Atlante.


His debut with the Mexican national was kikin on 27 October 2004 in a 2-1 victory over Ecuador. In 2005, Fonseca at the Confederations Cup in Germany, where he scored two goals in five games. During qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in 2006, he met ten times ( including four goals in a 5-2 victory over Guatemala) and was nominated for the World Cup.

Fonseca was in his prime as one of the most popular national team Mexico.


Enrique Fonseca's brother died when he was two years old.

  • Football players (Mexico)
  • Born in 1979
  • Man