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List of Argentine rugby union players

For a list of players who have represented the Argentina national rugby union team please see List of Argentina national rugby union players.

This is a list of notable Argentine rugby union players, arranged alphabetically. Some players are included for being notable for other reasons, e.g. Che Guevara.

  • Matías Agüero
  • Horacio Agulla
  • Diego Albanese
  • Patricio Albacete
  • Alejandro Allub
  • Rimas Álvarez Kairelis
  • Lisandro Arbizu
  • Miguel Avramovic
  • Marcos Ayerza
  • Octavio Bartolucci
  • Lucas Borges
  • Marcelo Bosch
  • Pablo Bouza
  • Gonzalo Camardón
  • Agustín Canalda
  • Gonzalo Canale
  • Pablo Canavosio
  • Manuel Carizza
  • Martin Castrogiovanni
  • José Cilley
  • Felipe Contepomi
  • Manuel Contepomi
  • Ignacio Corleto
  • Fernando Díaz Alberdi
  • Diego Domínguez
  • Martín Durand
  • Ignacio Fernández Lobbe
  • Juan Martín Fernández Lobbe
  • Juan Fernández Miranda
  • Nicolás Fernández Miranda
  • Martín Gaitán
  • Santiago Gomez Cora
  • Santiago González Bonorino
  • Roberto Diego Grau
  • Eusebio Guiñazu
  • Omar Hasan
  • Juan Martín Hernández
  • Mario Ledesma
  • Juan Manuel Leguizamón
  • Francisco Leonelli
  • Marcelo Loffreda
  • Gonzalo Longo
  • Esteban Lozada
  • Federico Martín Aramburú
  • Christian Martin (rugby union)
  • Rolando Martin
  • Héctor Mendéz (rugby)
  • Federico Méndez
  • Alex Moreno
  • Juan Muré
  • Carlos Nieto
  • Patricio Noriega
  • José María Núñez Piossek
  • José Orengo
  • Juan Pablo Orlandi
  • Lucas Ostiglia
  • Sergio Parisse
  • Raúl Pérez (rugby player)
  • Ramiro Pez
  • Santiago Phelan
  • Agustín Pichot
  • Hugo Porta
  • Federico Pucciariello
  • Gonzalo Quesada
  • Mauricio Reggiardo
  • Rodrigo Roncero
  • Miguel Ruiz (rugby player)
  • Martín Scelzo
  • Martín Schusterman
  • Hernán Senillosa
  • Federico Serra Miras
  • Eduardo Simone
  • Juan Soler
  • Juan Severino Somoza
  • Ruben Spachuck
  • Pedro Sporleder
  • Gonzalo Tiesi
  • Federico Todeschini
  • Fabián Turnes
  • Tomás de Vedia
  • Alberto Vernet Basualdo
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