|Name:||Jose Juan Vazquez|
|Current Team:||C.D. Guadalajara|
|Birth Day:||March 14, 1988|
|Birth Place:||Celaya, Mexico|
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He debuted professionally for Celaya in 2009.
Jose Juan Vazquez plays for the team C.D. Guadalajara
|#1||Jose Juan Vazquez||32||N/A||N/A||Mexico|
|#2||Jose Antonio Rodriguez||28||N/A||N/A||Mexico|
|#3||Isaac Brizuela||30||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#4||Miguel Angel Ponce||31||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#6||Oribe Peralta||36||$9 Million||N/A||Mexico|
|#7||Jose Juan Macias||21||N/A||N/A||Mexico|
During his stay with Celaya, he was a part of the squad that achieved promotion to the Liga de Ascenso (Second Division) for the Clausura 2011 tournament. Vázquez made his second division debut with Celaya on 29 July 2011 against Leones Negros in which he played the entire 90 minutes of the game and subsequently became an undisputed starter for the rest of the season. Vázquez eventually was loaned to Club León for the Clausura 2012 tournament, one season after accomplishing promotion with Celaya.
Vázquez arrived at León on 12 December 2011 on loan while the team was still playing the Liga de Ascenso. In his first season, he started in every match, being substituted only once. During the Clausura tournament, León won the league final, giving them the right to play the Promotional final against Correcaminos, which they won by an aggregate score of 6–2, and earning promotion to the first division. Vázquez was eventually bought by León in May 2012.
On 15 December 2013, León defeated América in the Apertura final at the Estadio Azteca to win their first title since their promotion and the sixth overall in the club's history. The following tournament, Vázquez played a vital role in Leon's back-to-back championship win after defeating Pachuca in the final on 14 May 2014, playing all 90' minutes of the final at the Estadio Hidalgo.
Vázquez received his first international call up for the Mexico national football team on 23 January 2014, under coach Miguel Herrera for a friendly match against South Korea held in the United States in preparation for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He started the match and played 55' minutes, being substituted out for Jesús Zavala. Mexico went on to win the match 4–0.
After few participations with the national team Vázquez was included in Miguel Herrera's final 23-man list participating in the 2014 FIFA World Cup held in Brazil on 8 May. He made his World Cup debut on 13 June against Cameroon in the Arena das Dunas. Vázquez in total completed 61 passes and recovered three balls in his first match. He was a starter in Mexico's second match against host nation Brazil in which the match ultimately ended in a 0–0 draw. In total, Vázquez has a 95.2% completed pass rate in the World Cup tournament so far. Vázquez was a starter in Mexico's final group stage match against Croatia, in which he received a yellow card and missed the match against The Netherlands.
On 18 November 2017, it was confirmed that Vázquez was to join Santos Laguna.
On 9 December 2019, Váquez returned to Guadalajara.
On November 5th, 2020. Was kicked of Guadalajara due disciplinary punishment with his teammates Dieter Villalpando, Alexis Francisco Peña and Javier Eduardo López.
Currently, Jose Juan Vazquez is 34 years, 2 months and 9 days old. Jose Juan Vazquez will celebrate 35th birthday on a Tuesday 14th of March 2023.
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