|Full name||Óscar Engonga Maté|
|Date of birth||12 September 1968|
|Place of birth||Torrelavega, Spain|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Engonga was born in Torrelavega, Cantabria. During his career, spent mainly in Spain's lower leagues but also comprising three La Liga matches, for Real Valladolid (one) and Racing de Santander, he retired as a footballer in 1999, aged only 30.
Shortly after Engonga took up coaching, managing for a brief period Equatorial Guinea, which featured former fellow professionals in Spain Rodolfo Bodipo and Benjamín Zarandona. Subsequently he served as technical assistant to his brother Vicente, when the latter was in charge of the national team.
Engonga comes from a football family. His father, Vicente, was also a footballer who left Equatorial Guinea in 1958 and settled in Torrelavega, playing for Gimnástica de Torrelavega and other teams in the region. Óscar is the youngest of four brothers (all former players), the most prominent being older Vicente, who represented Spain at UEFA Euro 2000; Óscar and Vicente coincided at Gimnástica – with siblings Julio and Rafael – and Valladolid in 1991–92.
Engonga's son, Igor, who was born in Santa Cruz de La Palma while he played in that city for CD Mensajero, represented Equatorial Guinea at under-16 level. and has since been called up to the full national team.
- “Nos trataron como jefes de Estado” (“We were treated like heads of State”); Diario AS, 21 October 2003
- Biography; Mensajero's official website (Spanish)
- La sangre guineana de la Gimnástica (Gimnástica's Guinean blood); Gimnástica's unofficial website (Spanish)
- El reencuentro con las raíces (Reuniting with one's roots); El País, 24 November 2003 (Spanish)
- Con una masiva entrega de premios clausuró la campaña del fútbol base (Youth football campaign ended with massive award ceremony); Racing's official website, 9 July 2011 (Spanish)