|Full name||Daniel Cepero|
|Date of birth||April 22, 1985|
|Place of birth||Baldwin, New York, United States|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|2007-2009||New York Red Bulls||15||(1)|
|2008||-> Harrisburg City Islanders (loan)||18||(0)|
|2010||Harrisburg City Islanders||15||(0)|
|2010||-> Philadelphia Union (loan)||0||(0)|
|2010||-> New York Red Bulls (loan)||0||(0)|
|2011-2013||Florida Gulf Coast University (assistant)|
|2013-||University of Louisville (assistant)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Cepero played four years of college soccer at the University of Pennsylvania, where he captained the squad, set Penn's all-time career record for shutouts, and was named to the All-Ivy team in his senior year.
Cepero was drafted by the New York Red Bulls in the fourth round of the 2007 MLS Supplemental Draft and spent the early part of 2007 balancing his remaining academic duties with his attempts to make the team roster. On March 26, 2007, the team announced that it had signed Cepero to a developmental contract. Cepero spent some time in the post-season of 2007 training with Dutch side PSV Eindhoven, where he impressed coaches.
Cepero was loaned out to the Harrisburg City Islanders of the USL Second Division in 2008, and while with the City Islanders Cepero established himself as one of the top keepers in USL-2. Following his successful loan stint he was recalled by the Red Bulls.
Cepero made his Red Bulls debut on October 18, 2008, against the Columbus Crew, because of first choice goalkeeper Jon Conway's 10 game suspension for using illegal substances. In the 83rd minute of the game Cepero scored a goal from a free kick deep inside his own half to become the first goalkeeper in MLS history to score a goal from open play.
It was reported on March 14, 2011 that Cepero retired as a professional soccer player.
After retirement, Cepero joined Florida Gulf Coast University as an assistant men's soccer coach. In February 2013, he joined University of Louisville also as an assistant coach working mostly with goalkeepers.