Antonio Maceda

1957 - Today

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Antonio Maceda Francés (born 16 May 1957) is a Spanish retired footballer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Antonio Maceda has received more than 42,323 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Antonio Maceda is the 3,574th most popular soccer player (down from 2,888th in 2019), the 1,515th most popular biography from Spain and the 259th most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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  • 56.04

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  • 21

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  • 3.79

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  • 2.79

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Antonio Maceda ranks 3,574 out of 16,923Before him are Mark Jones, Marino Perani, Carlos Alberto Dias, Jadon Sancho, Berry van Aerle, and Pablo Gabriel García. After him are Lars Bender, Han Berger, Eduardo Berizzo, Peter Taylor, Marcelo Trobbiani, and Dwight Lodeweges.

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Among people born in 1957, Antonio Maceda ranks 340Before him are Nino D'Angelo, Pietro Paolo Virdis, Shannon Tweed, Franco Frattini, Ingrid Auerswald, and Nana Visitor. After him are Dwight Lodeweges, Bernhard Langer, Refat Chubarov, Luis Antonio Tagle, Isa Gambar, and Sima Samar.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Antonio Maceda ranks 1,515 out of 2,595Before him are Borja Valero (1985), Emilio Sánchez (1965), Marc Gasol (1985), Vicente Amigo (1967), Sara Carbonero (1984), and Oona Chaplin (1986). After him are Suso (1993), Koke (1992), Adelardo López de Ayala y Herrera (1828), Fernando Verdasco (1983), Carlos Velasco Carballo (1971), and Oriol Junqueras (1969).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Antonio Maceda ranks 259Before him are Tomás Fernández (1915), Marcos Llorente (1995), Jesé (1993), Antonio Olmo (1954), Nando González (1921), and Borja Valero (1985). After him are Suso (1993), Koke (1992), Joseba Etxeberria (1977), Joaquín Vázquez (1897), Paco Herrera (1953), and Manuel Sarabia (1957).