Abreu Sebastian

Washington Sebastián Abreu Gallo is a former Uruguayan National Team player who played as a striker. He holds the record for the highest number of teams played for by a professional footballer (26 teams throughout his career). Best known by his nickname El Loco (Madman in Spanish), the prolific goalscorer – for club and national team – played for teams in 11 countries. A Uruguayan international during more than 15 years, Abreu represented the country in two World Cups and three Copa América tournaments.

Abreu Sebastian


Match Worn Boots


Dorados de Sinaloa


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Abreu played for Uruguay at the 2002 FIFA World Cup – matches – and the 1997, 2007 and 2011 Copa América editions, netting twice in the latter. He made his debut for the national side on 17 July 1996 in a friendly with China, going on to earn 70 caps. On 27 May 2010, Abreu stood only five goals short of Uruguayan all-time goalscoring record, held by Héctor Scarone for 79 years. In December 2017 Abreu signed for Audax Italiano in the Chilean first division, after spending the previous season with Puerto Montt, a Chilean second division team. Abreu’s move broke a world record as it was the first time as he was the first player to play for 26 professional clubs.

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