Fernando San Emeterio retires at 37

By Eurohoops team / [email protected]

Former EuroCup champion and EuroLeague veteran Fernando San Emeterio has decided to retire, Valencia announced. Since 2001 when he began his professional career, San Emeterio played for Valladolid (2001-2006), Girona (2006-2008), Baskonia (2008 – 2015) and Valencia (2015-2021). He won the 2019 EuroCup and 2017 Spanish League with the latter plus the 2010 Spanish championship with Baskonia.

Per Valencia:

One of the most important Spanish players of the last two decades, Fernando San Emeterio, has decided to put an end to his sports career as a player, and will say goodbye publicly in a ceremony that will take place tomorrow, Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the central court of La Fonteta, a pavilion that has seen him play during the last 6 years of his career wearing the colors of Valencia Basket.

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