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|Full name||Eduardo Andres Villegas Camarena|
|Date of birth||29 March 1964|
|Place of birth||Cochabamba, Bolivia|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1985–1985||Petrolero de Cochabamba|
|2006||Universitario de Sucre|
|2008||Universitario de Sucre|
|2011–2012||Universitario de Sucre|
|2016||Sport Boys Warnes|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Villegas began his career at hometown club Petrolero. In 1986, Villegas joined The Strongest, staying with the club for two seasons. In 1988, Villegas joined Blooming, before re-signing for The Strongest in time for the 1989 Bolivian Primera División, where he won the title with The Strongest. In 1991, Villegas signed for Wilstermann, winning the Copa Bolivia in his solitarity season at the club. In 1994, after a third spell with The Strongest and San José, Villegas signed for Bolívar, winning the Primera División. In 1995, Villegas re-joined San José, winning another Primera División. In 1997, Villegas joined The Strongest for a fourth spell, before signing for Independiente Petrolero in 1998, where he retired.
During the 2005 Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano, Villegas managed former club The Strongest, leading the club to a second placed finish. In 2006, Villegas joined Universitario de Sucre as manager, before re-joining The Strongest a year later. In 2009, Villegas became Bolivia manager, serving in the role until November 2010. Following his spell with Bolivia, Villegas managed Wilstermann and Wilstermann, before once again re-joining The Strongest in March 2012. In 2014, Villegas was appointed manager of Oriente Petrolero, joining Bolívar a year later. In 2016, Villegas managed Sport Boys. In 2017, Villegas joined Oriente Petrolero, before joining San José in 2018. In January 2019, Villegas was appointed manager of Bolivia for a second time. He was fired after the 2019 Copa América where his team finished bottom.
- As of Match played 22 June 2019
|Bolivia||15 January 2019||present||7||0||1||6||0.00|
- "Eduardo Villegas". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
- "Eduardo Villegas". footballdatabase.eu. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
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