|Full name||Jaime Augusto Pizarro Herrera|
|Date of birth||March 2, 1964|
|Place of birth||Santiago, Chile|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of September 2008.
Jaime Augusto Pizarro Herrera (born 2 March 1964 in Santiago) is a retired football player who played 53 times for the Chile national team between 1987 and 1993. He currently serves as Sub-secretary of the National Institute of Sports of the government of Michelle Bachelet. He played at midfield principally in the team Colo-Colo, the team where he was crowned champion as a player and as a coach.
As a Player
He began his career in Colo-Colo making his professional debut on March 1982 in a friendly game against Olimpia. He played for Colo-Colo until 1993. For this team he won 6 national championships, 5 Apertura cups and 3 international titles, including the Copa Libertadores de América.
Later on his career he played for Argentinos Juniors and Barcelona Sporting Club, he came back for a brief period to Colo-Colo in 1994 to later play for UANL Tigres where he played for the entire year 1995. Finally he returned to Chile to play for Palestino and Universidad Católica, where he won a seventh league championship in 1997.
As a Coach
He began his career as a coach in Colo-Colo where he won a championship and two runner-up trophies, with the club in bankruptcy.
After he left the "cacique" team, he has coached teams like Audax Italiano and Palestino, achieving with the later one to keep the category of a first division team after a terrible start of the competition in 2006.
Pizarro made his debut for the national senior squad on May 6, 1986 against Brazil. He obtained 53 caps, and played the Copa América 1987 final. His last international game was against the national team from Peru at Copa América 1993. His only goal came on June 19, 1989 in a friendly match against Uruguay (2-2) in Montevideo.
- Primera División de Chile (6): 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
- Copa Chile (5): 1982, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990
- Copa Libertadores (1): 1991
- Copa Interamericana (1): 1991
- Recopa Sudamericana (1): 1992
- Primera División de Chile (1): 1997
- Best defensive midfielder in the world for the magazine France Football in 1987-1988
- Best Chilean professional footballer for circle of Chilean Sports Journalists in 1991-1992
- Award for outstanding football career by the CONMEBOL 2009
- rsssf: Chile record international footballers