Darío Suárez re-signed with FC Tulsa for the 2021 season.
Suárez joined FC Tulsa ahead of the 2020 season, and immediately delivered on his goalscoring prowess. Suárez led the team in goals with eight, including a stellar six-goal month of September which saw him named a Player of the Month finalist.
He was named to the USL Championship Team of the Week twice, finished runner-up for Player of the Week twice, and won a Goal of the Week award. Suárez also contributed one assist on the season and scored one match winner in 2020.
He was named FC Tulsa's Offensive Player of the Year.
After just one season, Suárez already ranks in the top 10 in franchise history in goals, as he is tied with teammate Marlon for 8th. His 0.56 goals per 90 minutes played is the highest of any player with at least eight goals scored for Tulsa.
Suárez is the only player in Tulsa history with a goal scored in four consecutive matches.
2018-2019 - THE MIAMI FC (NPSL)
In his two seasons and 34 appearances with The Miami FC, Suárez scored 23 goals, the most on the club in that span, while adding eleven assists.
2016-2017 - ANN ARBOR FC (NPSL)
Prior to his move to The Miami FC, Suárez was tearing up the NPSL with AFC Ann Arbor, where he joined the club for its inaugural 2016 season and continued with the team in 2017. He led the team with seven goals and five assists in 2016, and followed it up with six more goals and four assists the next season. It was in Ann Arbor that fans gave him the nickname "Super Darío," which has remained with him ever since.
Suárez has four senior national team appearances for Cuba, two in friendlies and two in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup. He also was a part of the 18, but did not appear in two 2016 World Cup qualifiers for Cuba.
The forward defected to the U.S. while with Cuba at the Gold Cup and has been unable to appear for the national team since.
He began his soccer career in Cuba with Cerro FC in Havana when he was just six years old, and he remained with the club until the age of 11. He competed for various youth teams in Havana, where he was the captain until his move to the U.S. in 2015.