Pablo Lima made his debut in First Division in 2001 with Danubio Fútbol Club, the same year in which they became champions of the Torneo Apertura (Opening Tournament) in Uruguay.
In 2002, he won the Torneo Clausura (Closing Tournament).
In 2003, he played in the Copa Sudamericana and, the following year (2004), he won with Danubio the Torneo Clasificatorio (Qualifying Tournament) and Torneo Clausura. He also led the national yearly chart with the team, consequently winning the Campeonato Uruguayo (Uruguayan Championship), which gave him the opportunity to play in the 2005 Copa Libertadores de América.
In the 2006-2007 season, he was, once again, the champion of the Torneo Clausura, he led the yearly chart, and won the Campeonato Uruguayo.
In 2007, he moved to the Argentine Republic to join the squad of Club Vélez Sarfield. He played for said team in 2008 and 2009, being recruited by Club Rosario Central afterwards for a six-month period.
That same year (2009) he went back to Vélez Sarfield, complying with his contract until 2010, a period in which he played almost 100 matches with the institution, including Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores de América.
He then travelled to Europe to play for Greece’s Iraklis Thessaliniki for a year and a half.
He went back to the Argentine Republic in 2012, recruited by Club Colón de Santa Fe.
In 2013, he played for Quilmes Atlético Club also in Argentina, to then travel back to Uruguay, where he won the Torneo Apertura and the Campeonato Uruguayo with Danubio Fútbol Club.
He won the Campeonato Uruguayo three times while playing for Danubio Fútbol Club, which earned him the title of player with the most victories in the history of the club, taking into account every tournament played since the institution was founded.
In 2015, he won the Torneo Apertura title with Club Atlético Peñarol.
He played with the Uruguayan Team in the Sudamericano Sub-20 (South American Under-20 Championship), the 2001 Copa América, and the qualifying rounds for the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.
He won the Four-Team Tournament in Tunisia with Uruguay’s national team, directed by Óscar Washington Tabárez.
He played 25 international matches in total with his country’s national team.
He won the Under-23 Four-Team Tournament played in Hong Kong and participated in the Under-23 Pre-Olympic games.
In 2017, he played in the IFA7 World Cup, which took place in Guatemala.
He completed his secondary education in the Argentine Republic.
He graduated as Sports Director from the Milenium business school, in which he also studied Marketing Analysis.
He took the Coaching course of Asociación Cristiana de Jóvenes (ACJ), certified by FIFA.
In the 2016-2017 season, he was appointed Sports Director of Danubio Fútbol Club.