Retired Mexican professional soccer player Antonio Carbajal has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Born in Durango, Mexico in June 1929. He was a gloveman who started his senior career in 1948 at Club Espana where he stayed until 1950 making 45 caps. Carbajal then went on to sign for Club Leon in 1950 and played his trade at the club until 1956 when he hung up his boots with 409 appearances in total. Meanwhile, the goalkeeper also represented Mexico’s national team in international contests after being called up in 1950 and was part of the country’s squad for five consecutive World Cups, with him being the youngest keeper to play in the 1960 FIFA World Cup. In 1966 Carbajal called time on his international career with 48 international appearances. Following his retirement he has served as the manager for Club Leon, Union de Curtidores, and Morelia.