|Full name||Oscar Alfredo Ruggeri|
|Date of birth||26 January 1962|
|Place of birth||Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Centre back|
|2014||Crucero del Norte|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Oscar Alfredo Ruggeri (born 26 January 1962) is a former footballer. Nicknamed "El Cabezón" ("The Big-Headed One"), Ruggeri is one of the most successful defenders ever to come out of Argentina.
Ruggeri started his career at Boca Juniors, playing with Diego Maradona, with whom he won a league title in 1981. In 1985 he moved to rivals River Plate, where he won the Copa Libertadores, the Intercontinental Cup and another league title in 1986. In 1988 he left for Europe where he played for Spanish clubs Logroñes and Real Madrid, where he won yet another league championship. He also played for Vélez Sársfield, Ancona in Italy, América in Mexico, San Lorenzo and Lanús, where he ended his career.
During his career he represented his country in three World Cups, captaining Argentina in the final two games of the 1994 competition, after Diego Maradona was expelled from the tournament. Ruggeri was also a key piece in the Argentina teams that won the trophy in 1986 and lost the final to West-Germany in 1990. After losing to Romania in the 1994 tournament, Ruggeri retired from international football having played 97 international games, an Argentine record until it was surpassed by Diego Simeone.
- Argentine Primera División (1): 1985–86
- Copa Libertadores (1): 1986
- Intercontinental Cup (1): 1986
- Copa Interamericana (1): 1986
- FIFA World Cup (1): 1986
- Runner up: 1990
- Copa América (2): 1991, 1993
- FIFA Confederations Cup (1): 1992
- Artemio Franchi Trophy (1): 1993
- South American Team of the Year (2): 1986, 1991
- La Liga Foreign Player of the Year (1): 1989
- Footballer of the Year of Argentina (1): 1991
- South American Footballer of the Year (1): 1991
- Olimpia Award (1): 1991
- FIFA XI (1): 1991
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