|Full name||Francisco Campos Salamanca|
|Date of birth||March 8, 1916|
|Place of birth||Las Palmas, Spain|
|Date of death||September 8, 1995(aged 79)|
|Place of death||Madrid, Spain|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Francisco "Paco" Campos Salamanca (8 March 1916 – 8 September 1995) was a Spanish footballer who played as a forward. With 127 goals, 120 of which were for Atlético Madrid, he is the highest scoring player from the Canary Islands in La Liga.
After the Spanish Civil War, he moved to Atlético Aviación (now Atlético Madrid), with whom he debuted on 7 January 1940 in a Madrid derby against Real Madrid. His first goals were a brace on 4 February in a 4–1 win against Celta de Vigo, and on 8 March he scored a hat-trick against Real Zaragoza as Atlético won 5–1. He finished his first season with 8 goals from 17 appearances, and Atlético won the league.
Atlético retained the league the following season, and Campos scored 16 in 24 games. His most prolific season was 1941–42, with 20 goals in 25 games. In the late 1940s, he was part of the Delantera de la Seda frontline with José Juncosa, Alfonso Silva, Antonio Vidal Caturla and Adrián Escudero.
After nine seasons at Atlético, he joined Sporting de Gijón who had just been relegated to the Segunda División. He was their player-manager for the second half of the 1949–50 season, and the following season was part of their team which gained promotion. He scored 7 goals in 11 games on their return to La Liga in 1951–52 and then retired.
Campos made his debut on 12 January 1941 in a 2–2 friendly draw with Portugal in Lisbon. He followed this game with five goals in his next four internationals, including a brace in a 4–0 win against France at the Estadio de Nervión in Seville on 15 March 1942, eventually finishing with 5 goals from 6 internationals.
- Scores and results list Spain's goal tally first.
|1.||16 March 1941||Estadio de San Mamés, Bilbao, Spain||Portugal||3–0||5–1||Friendly|
|2.||28 December 1941||Mestalla, Valencia, Spain||Switzerland||1–0||3–2||Friendly|
|3.||15 March 1942||Estadio de Nervión, Seville, Spain||France||1–0||4–0||Friendly|
|5.||12 April 1942||Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany||Germany||1–1||1–1||Friendly|
- Atlético Madrid
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