|Full name||José César Güity Vuelto|
|Date of birth||19 May 1985|
|Place of birth||La Ceiba, Honduras|
|2007||→ Hispano (loan)||16||(3)|
|2009-2010||Peñarol La Mesilla|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2008.
Nicknamed Baba, Güity started his career at Marathón and joined Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua for a short spell after the Beijing Olympics. After he returned to Honduras to play for Vida, he again moved abroad in summer 2009 to play for Costa Rican side Herediano, and made his debut in July 2009, immediately scoring the winning goal against L.D. Alajuelense. However, he already left them in August 2009 to make his debut for Guatemalan outfit Peñarol La Mesilla in October 2009.
Güity joined Guatemalans Jalapa for the 2010 Apertura championship. In July 2011 he went on trial to Salvadoran giants Alianza but he ended up in the Honduran second division with Parrillas One. He joined Real Sociedad for the 2012 Clausura.
Güity played three games at the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship in the Netherlands. He was also part of the U-23 Honduras national football team that won the 2008 CONCACAF Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament and qualified to the 2008 Summer Olympics.
- Catracho Baba jugará con Herediano - Nación (Spanish)
- "Baba" debuta, golea y da triunfo al Herediano - La Prensa (Spanish)
- Guity se despide del Herediano - La Prensa (Spanish)
- La Mesilla tumba al blanco - PeriodicoLaNoticia (Spanish)
- Franklin Cetre nuevo técnico de Jalapa - LaRed Deportiva (Spanish)
- Hondureño "Baba" Güity a prueba con el Alianza - La Pagina (Spanish)
- José “Baba” Güity nuevo refuerzo de Parrillas One - La Tribuna (Spanish)
- Juan Manuel Cárcamo listo para debutar con Real Sociedad - Fútbol de Honduras (Spanish)
- José Güity – FIFA competition record
- "José Güity Biography and Statistics". Sports Reference. Retrieved 20 July 2009.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>