|Full name||Agostinho Vieira de Oliveira|
|Date of birth||February 5, 1947|
|Place of birth||Póvoa de Lanhoso, Portugal|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
During his playing career, Oliveira appeared solely for local Sporting Clube de Braga. His first managerial job was in 1983, immediately after retiring, as he acted as assistant coach of his only club for two seasons.
Oliveira replaced António Oliveira as the Portuguese national team coach, in a temporary role before Luiz Felipe Scolari took over in 2002. He was in charge for four games, winning two (against Sweden (3–2) and Scotland (2–0)) and drawing two (England and Tunisia, both 1–1).
Among others, Oliveira started Paulo Ferreira and Jorge Ribeiro's international careers. He was also coach of the U-21s and the Olympic national team, leading the latter to the 2004 Summer Olympics tournament, where Portugal was eliminated in the first round.
In 2008, as Carlos Queiroz returned to the national team, Oliveira was named assistant manager. In September 2010, after the head coach received a six-month suspension from the National Doping Agency following a run-in at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, he sat on the bench for the start of the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying campaign; after Queiroz was fired following the 0–1 loss in Norway, he was also relieved of his duties.
In December 2010 Oliveira returned to Braga, as chief coordinator of the club's youth system.
- Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz banned for six months; BBC Sport, 1 September 2010
- Bracarenses inauguram academia na África do Sul (Bracarenses open academy in South Africa); A Bola, 30 May 2011 (Portuguese)