A 12-year veteran of the Mexican First Division, forward Eduardo Lillingston signed with Chivas USA on March 9, 2009, after training with the team throughout the preseason. A veteran of Mexican First Division clubs including Toluca, Santos and most recently Tecos UAG, Lillingston made his debut for the Red-and-White in the first game of the 2009 season.
Lillingston made his Mexican First Division debut on Sept. 14, 1996 with Toluca, which he represented from 1996-2000, save a half-year spells at Santos (Verano 1999) and Atlas (Verano 2000). Since 2001, Lillingston has represented Santos Laguna (2001-2003) and Tecos UAG (2003-2008). In total, during his 12-year professional career, Lillingston has appeared in 258 Mexican First Division matches, (118 starts), accumulating 11,198 minutes and recording 57 goals. He was a member of Toluca's Verano 1998 and Invierno 2000 championship sides, and played and scored in Tecos' Final appearance versus Club América (Clausura 2005).
Lillingston was a member of the Mexican Under-20 National Team for the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship in Malaysia, where he led Mexico with three goals in four games at the tournament.
Mexican First Division Champion (Verano 1998, Invierno 2000)
Signed by Chivas USA on March 9, 2009 as an International Player.