|Current Team:||Club León|
|Birth Day:||June 25, 1982|
|Birth Place:||Barcelona, Spain|
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As a child, he attended soccer school in Mexico City called FEMAC. After he went through a team of CECAP and Pumitas, he was recruited to Atlante Tecamachalco of the Second Division. He made his professional debut in 2008.
Born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Navarro came through the ranks of giants FC Barcelona, was on the verge of replacing longtime left back Sergi Barjuán who had left for Atlético Madrid in 2002, until a serious knee injury finished off his chances with hometown club. On 3 November 2002, he scored his only goal for Barça and his first as a professional, in a 1–1 away draw against Racing de Santander.
After an uneventful six-month loan at Albacete Balompié in 2004, also in La Liga, Navarro was loaned again, this time to RCD Mallorca (still in the top flight) for the 2005–06 season. After a successful campaign the Balearic Islands side decided to purchase him on a permanent deal, and he was an undisputed starter in the following two years.
On 18 June 2008, Navarro was bought by Sevilla FC for a reported €5 million. He was an automatic first-choice in his first two seasons combined as the Andalusians ranked respectively third and fourth. In this time he collected a combined 27 yellow cards.
Spanish national team coach Luis Aragonés called Navarro for an exhibition game with France on 6 February 2008. He did not enter the pitch, however, going on to make his debut against United States on 4 June in a 1–0 friendly win.
In the following campaigns, with no real competitor in his position, Navarro continued to be an undisputed starter for Sevilla. On 26 October 2011, he renewed his contract, due to expire in June 2013, for a further three years. Late into the previous month, he was involved in an incident in a home fixture against Valencia CF: after opponent Aritz Aduriz stepped on Emir Spahić in the 70th minute, the latter's reaction was apparently exaggerated, but Navarro vehemently asked for a red card to Aduriz, which was conceded by the referee.
On 19 June 2015, aged 32, Navarro signed a two-year deal with fellow league team Deportivo de La Coruña, with an option for a third. Three years later, shortly after having being relegated, he announced his retirement.
Fernando was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. Fernando began a relationship with Ana Ruiz.
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