Koke Contreras ex-professional footballer, goalkeeper of the national team, of FC Málaga, donates one of his shirts and will sign it for the winner of the bidding.
Trained in the youth ranks of Real Madrid, he made his debut with Rayo Vallecano, where he arrived on loan on 1 September 1996 against Real Valladolid. With Rayo Vallecano he was an undisputed starter throughout the season, at the end of which he returned to Real Madrid. In the white club he did not have the confidence of the coaches and spent two seasons without playing.
In the 1999-2000 season he signed for Málaga, where he earned a place in the starting eleven. In the 2002-2003 season, he reached the quarter finals of the UEFA Cup and entered the history of Málaga C.F. as one of the best players to wear the Blue and Whites’ shirt. That same season he made his debut with the Spanish national football team on 16 October 2002 in the match Spain 0 – 0 Paraguay. A year later, in June 2003, he was signed and presented as a new Real Betis player. He manages to participate in a considerable number of matches and compete with Toni Prats and Toni Doblas for the starting line-up. One season later, he was crowned champion of the Copa de S.M. el Rey with one of the best squads in the history of the Sevillian club. The performance and the great competition for the goal left Contreras in the background and in the following seasons he was the second and even third goalkeeper of Real Betis.
In the 2007-2008 season, he was loaned to Cádiz CF to help the team get back to the Spanish first division. Despite having offers to continue his career in Primera (Getafe) and Segunda (Levante and Rayo Vallecano), he decided to hang up his gloves to take up the position of goalkeeping coach at Málaga.