Hérculez Gómez is an American football player of Mexican origin. Gómez was born on 6 April 1982 in Los Angeles, USA.
In 2001 Gómez started his junior career in Cruz Azul and transferred to second-tier club Aguilas Blancas de Puebla later that year. In 2002 Hérculez moved to Durango, however soon the footballer decided to leave the team because he lacked game practice.
The following stage of the footballer’s career is related to the United States. In 2002 Hérculez joined San Diego Gauchos, and then he featured for Los Angeles Galaxy, Seattle Sounders, San Diego Sockers, Colorado Rapids and Kansas City Wizards. In 2005 Gómez won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and the MLS Cup together with Los Angeles Galaxy.
At the beginning of 2010 Hérculez Gómez signed an agreement with Mexican outfit Puebla. In the debut season he became the best striker of the Mexican championship with 10 goals in 15 matches for Puebla. In the summer 2010 the player completed a move to Pachuca where he also spent one season. After half a year with Estudiantes Tecos, the forward joined Santos Laguna in 2011.
Since 2007 Hérculez Gómez has been part of the United States national soccer team. By the end of 2012 he had netted 5 goals in 19 matches for the national team.
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