Luis Figo was born on November 4, 1972, in Lisbon, Portugal.
He moved with his family to Cova de Piedade, and in those streets Figo began to indulge his passion for soccer, playing with children older than him.
He began his football career at Barrocas B and at age 9 he joined Os Pastilhas, a neighborhood team.
In 1985 he signed for Sporting Lisbon, where he would exploit his magic. There he spent every afternoon after school training until late at night.
Then he was transferred to FC Barcelona, where he became a fundamental part of the team. becoming captain of it and winning the League, the Cup and the European Super Cup.
In 2000 Figo left Barcelona and was signed by Real Madrid, he went from being the most loved player to the most hated. Whenever he stepped on the Barcelona Camp Nou stadium, objects were thrown at him, such as a bottle of whiskey or a pig’s head.
With the Madrid team he won the League twice, the Champions League (or Champions League) and the Intercontinental Cup.
In the summer of 2005 he was transferred to Inter Milan, where he became the second player who has played the most minutes with that shirt.
After the Italian soccer scandals where Inter won the Scudetto, Figo would begin to be a substitute in the Inter team, for which he would be transferred to Aj-Ittihad, from Saudi Arabia, in July 2007.