Ricardo Castro 1999 Hall Of Fame
Ricardo Castro

Ricardo Castro

1939 -

Incas Soccer Club

Born August 23, 1939 in Lima, Peru. Ricardo started playing soccer at the age of six. It was in the streets of Lima where Ricardo developed his skills, using balls made out rags and playing barefooted. During his school years he continued to play and excelled. However, he was not able to play during his high school years as he had to help in supporting the family. Ricardo immigrated to the United States in 1960. He was one of the first members that created the Incas Soccer Club in the early 60ís and part of the team that won their first State Championship a few years later. Ricardo went to work for an American mining company in Peru. He kept active by playing games in the high mountains of Peru. Upon his return in 1973 he played several more years with the Incas S.C. Additionally, while completing his studies, he also played for the University of Utah. In 1983 Ricardo got involved with coaching youth teams which he continued for many years. After he quit playing soccer competitively, Ricardo developed a great love for tennis winning several tournaments.

Ricardo Castro 1999 Hall Of Fame
1999 Hall Of Fame
Ricardo Castro
Ricardo Castro

Ricardo Castro

1939 -

Incas Soccer Club

Born August 23, 1939 in Lima, Peru. Ricardo started playing soccer at the age of six. It was in the streets of Lima where Ricardo developed his skills, using balls made out rags and playing barefooted. During his school years he continued to play and excelled. However, he was not able to play during his high school years as he had to help in supporting the family. Ricardo immigrated to the United States in 1960. He was one of the first members that created the Incas Soccer Club in the early 60ís and part of the team that won their first State Championship a few years later. Ricardo went to work for an American mining company in Peru. He kept active by playing games in the high mountains of Peru. Upon his return in 1973 he played several more years with the Incas S.C. Additionally, while completing his studies, he also played for the University of Utah. In 1983 Ricardo got involved with coaching youth teams which he continued for many years. After he quit playing soccer competitively, Ricardo developed a great love for tennis winning several tournaments.

1999 Hall Of Fame
Ricardo Castro





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Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166