Luciano Wernicke was born in 1969 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He is graduated in Journalism from the University of Salvador.
Former political and general information editor of the Diarios y Noticias News Agency (DyN), for 22 years (1993-2015).
He taught for almost 20 years in institutions such as the Círculo de Periodistas Deportivos and the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE).
In 2019, Wernicke was assistant of the Costa Rica National Soccer Team manager, Gustavo Matosas.
Wernicke is the author of numerous soccer books as: "The most incredible World Cup stories" (2010), "The most incredible soccer stories" (2013), "Doctor and Champion" (Autobiography of former coach Carlos Bilardo, 2014), "James, a crack is born" (Biography of James Rodriguez, 2014), "The most incredible Copa Libertadores stories" (2015), "Round Words" (2016), "Why is soccer played eleven against eleven?" (2017). "To Russia for glory" (2017), "The Matador" (Autobiography of former player Mario Kempes, 2017), "The most incredible Mexican national team stories" (2018), "The most incredible argentine national team stories" (2018).
His books have been published in various languages such as Spanish, English, Italian, Czech, Russian, Estonian, German, Slovak, Portuguese, Finnish, Arabic, Malay, Hungarian, Romanian, French, Hindi, Japanese, Thai and Indonesian.
“Football Drops” will amaze you with the most extraordinary anecdotes that occurred in the World Cups, the Copa Libertadores or the Champions League, but also in professional and amateur championships around the world. Crazy rituals, incredible results and unprecedented sent offs are some of the ingredients of an unforgettable cocktail for football fans.