Lozano with UNAM in 2012
|Full name||Jaime Arturo Lozano Espín|
|Date of birth||September 29, 1978|
|Place of birth||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Mexico U-23 (manager)|
|2010–2012||→ Morelia (loan)||69||(12)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of January 7, 2013|
A Mexico international, Lozano made his debut in 2000, earning 34 caps and scoring 12 goals during a seven-year period. He participated with the national team in various competitions, including two Copa América tournaments, the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup, and the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
He debuted with Pumas UNAM in 1998, and until 2001, when he moved to Celaya to play for a team that then contested in the Primera División (First Division), but has since been relegated. In 2002, he returned to Pumas where he won the Mexican Championship twice. After that, Lozano had problems renewing his contract for the following tournament and became a free agent. He signed on with Tigres UANL for the next two years.
Lozano was called up to the Mexico national team many times; he made three appearances for Mexico in the team's fourth-place finish at the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup, and eleven games in the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. A series of injuries kept him away from the team in the months leading up to the World Cup. Nevertheless, Lozano was named by Ricardo La Volpe in a provisional list of 26 players. However, he performed poorly and did not make the final list.
Lozano was one of the players selected by Hugo Sánchez to compete in the Copa América 2007. He made his first appearance in the tournament coming on as a substitute during Mexico's 2–0 victory over Brazil.
|1.||June 19, 2004||San Antonio, United States||Dominica||10–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|2.||June 27, 2004||Aguascalientes, Mexico||Dominica||8–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|3.||June 27, 2004||Aguascalientes, Mexico||Dominica||8–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|4.||June 27, 2004||Aguascalientes, Mexico||Dominica||8–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|5.||October 6, 2004||Pachuca, Mexico||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||7–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|6.||October 6, 2004||Pachuca, Mexico||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||7–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|7.||October 13, 2004||Puebla, Mexico||Trinidad and Tobago||3–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|8.||October 13, 2004||Puebla, Mexico||Trinidad and Tobago||3–0||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|9.||February 9, 2005||San José, Costa Rica||Costa Rica||2–1||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|10.||February 9, 2005||San José, Costa Rica||Costa Rica||2–1||Win||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|11.||October 12, 2005||Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago||Trinidad and Tobago||1–2||Loss||2006 FIFA world Cup qualification|
|12.||June 2, 2007||San Luis Potosí, Mexico||Iran||4–0||Win||Friendly|
After Vucetich was sacked on January 31, 2017, Lozano was appointed manager. On July 16, Lozano won his first career title as a manager when Querétaro defeated América 2–0 to clinch the 2017 Supercopa MX. On October 22, Lozano was sacked after a poor run of form which left Querétaro in last place, being replaced by Luis Fernando Tena.
During the peak of his career, he was featured on the North American cover of EA Sports' 2006 FIFA World Cup game. Lozano did not make the final roster that participated at the World Cup causing EA Sports to avoid adding any players on any future cover art there forth.
- FIFA profile
- "Jaime Lozano deja de ser entrenador del Querétaro" [Jaime Lozano is no longer the coach of Querétaro] (in Spanish). El Mercurio. 22 October 2017. Retrieved 23 October 2017.