|Full name||Italo Eugenio Estupiñan Martinez|
|Date of birth||1 January 1952|
|Place of birth||Esmeraldas, Ecuador|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|1979–1980||Universidad Católica del Ecuador|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Italo Estupiñán (born 1 January 1952) is a retired footballer from Ecuador, who played as a forward during his career. He obtained 14 caps for the Ecuador national football team during the 1980s, scoring 2 goals.
Born in Esmeraldas, Estupiñán began playing football for Club Social y Deportivo Macará and made his Ecuadorian Serie A debut at age 17. He would also play for Club Deportivo El Nacional and Club Sport Emelec in Ecuador's top division. He played several seasons in the Primera División de México with Deportivo Toluca F.C., Club América, Atlético Campesinos and Puebla F.C., winning the league with Toluca in 1974–75 and with Puebla in 1982–83.
- Year Club App (Gls)*
- 1970-1971 Macara(Ecu)
- 1972-1973 CD El Nacional(Ecu)
- 1975-1976 Deportivo Toluca F.C.(Mex)
- 1977-1979 Club America(Mex)
- 1980 Universidad Católica (Quito)
- 1980-1981 Atletico Campesinos(Mex)
- 1982-1983 Puebla FC(Mex)
- 1986 Emelec(Ecu)
- 1986-1993 Ecuador 6 (2)
- Deportivo Toluca F.C.
- Primera División: 1974/75
- Puebla F.C.
- Primera División: 1982/83
- Club América
"Citlalli Price" for the best player of the year in 1974 (Mexico)
- Espinoza Añazco,Fernando (12 August 2009). "Ecuador - Record International Players". RSSSF.
- Barraza, Jorge (15 August 2002). "Ítalo Estupiñán, un grande que asombró" [Ítalo Estupiñán, that great astonishment] (in Spanish). El Universo.
- González, Juan Pablo (12 February 2011). "Los 10 mejores jugadores en la historia del Toluca" [The top 10 players in the history of Toluca] (in Spanish). El Universal Estado de México.