He has announced his retirement as a professional player, with 37 years of age and an extensive and successful career, both with the National Team and with the different clubs in which he has played.

Fernando San Emeterio he was international for the first time in 2001, with the U18 team that participated in the qualifying tournament for the European the following year. From then until 2017, he wore the Spain shirt in 133 matches, between officials and friendlies, and was part of teams that won 6 medals. The last of them, in the Eurobasket of 2017 (bronze).

As an absolute international between 2010 and 2017, Fernando San Emeterio accumulated 109 wound. He played 4 Eurobasket, a World Cup and an Olympic Games. And he sports 5 medals: two gold (Eurobasket 2011 and Eurobasket 2015), one silver (Olympic Games 2012) and two bronze (Eurobasket 2013 and Eurobasket 2017). To these must be added the bronze that in 2005 he won at the Mediterranean Games.

Before making the leap to the senior team, San Emeterio was international in the U18 and U20 categories, with which he played a total of 19 games between 2001 and 2003, in two qualifying phases and a European one.

In clubs, San Emeterio competed with the Valladolid Philatelic Forum, Akasvayu Girona, Baskonia and Valencia Basket, with which he added to his record the titles of the FIBA ??Eurocup (2007), Copa del Rey (2009), Supercopa ACB (2009 and 2017) and Liga ACB (2010 and 2015) and Eurocup (2019).

Via Feb.es