|Full name||Jorge Wagner Goés Conceição|
|Date of birth||17 November 1978|
|Place of birth||Feira de Santana, Brazil|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|2003||→ Corinthians (loan)||18||(0)|
|2005–2006||→ Internacional (loan)||46||(12)|
|2007||→ São Paulo (loan)||34||(4)|
|2017||Fluminense de Feira|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 January 2015|
Mainly an attacking midfielder, but can also play as a left midfielder, left wing-back, left winger, central midfielder and left back, Jorge Wagner is known for his versatility, creativity and fierce shot.
Wágner played for Esporte Clube Bahia during the 2000/2001 season, scoring 7 goals in 23 appearances.
He then moved to Cruzeiro Esporte Clube where he made 33 league appearances, scoring 4 goals.
Wágner then moved to FC Lokomotiv Moscow in 2003. He made only 7 league appearances before being loaned to Corinthians where he made 18 league appearances. He returned to FC Lokomotiv Moscow where he made only 6 more league appearances.
Wágner then moved to Internacional in 2005 where he made 13 first team appearances, scoring 4 goals. In 2006, during his second season with Internacional he won the Copa Libertadores beating rivals São Paulo Futebol Clube.
Wágner moved to Betis in August 2006. He was purchased for €200,000. Wágner made his Betis debut against Athletic Bilbao on 10 September 2006 at the Manuel Ruiz de Lopera stadium, which Betis won 3–0. He came on as a second-half substitute.
Wágner was then loaned to São Paulo from Betis for 2007 season where he missed the early rounds of the season through injury. However, after regaining full fitness he enjoyed 1st team football and went on to win the Campeonato Brasileiro in 2007 and was voted the best left midfielder by the CBF. São Paulo have since agreed a permanent deal with Betis and Wágner has signed a 3-year deal.
On 7 July 2010, Jorge Wagner sign a contract to 2011 with Japanese club Kashiwa Reysol. He was one of the key players in Reysol's first ever J1 League winning campaign, recording 11 goals in 31 appearances. He was also named J. League Best Eleven award after the season.
In 2008, Jorge Wagner, according to O Globo, was in a list of 74 players who could be called up by coach Dunga to play 2008 Summer Olympics for Brazilian team. However, Jorge Wagner was not called up to play that competition.
|Club performance||League||state League||Cup||League Cup||International||Total|
|Brazil||B.League||P.League||Copa do Brasil||League Cup||International||Total|
|Spain||League||-||Copa del Rey||League Cup||International||Total|
|2006-07||Real Betis||La Liga||10||0||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||10||0|
|Brazil||B.League||P.League||Copa del Rey||League Cup||International||Total|
|2007||São Paulo||Série A||34||10||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||34||10|
|Japan||League||Emperor's Cup||League Cup||Asia||Total|
|2011||Kashiwa Reysol||J1 League||31||11||-||-||3||1||2||0||4||0||40||12|
- 2001, 2002
- 2001, 2002
- Lokomotiv Moscow
- São Paulo
- Kashiwa Reysol
- J1 League: 1
- "São Paulo diz que está tudo certo para ter Jorge Wagner por 3 anos". saopaulofc.com.br. 3 January 2008. Retrieved 4 January 2008.[dead link]
- "Vitória anuncia contratação do meia Jorge Wagner, ex-São Paulo, Corinthians e Inter [Vitória announced the signing of former São Paulo, Corinthians and Inter midfielder Jorge Wágner]". ESPN Brasil (in Portuguese). Retrieved 20 January 2015.
- Digão entra em pré-lista olímpica de Dunga, diz jornal