|Full name||César Augusto Obando Villeda|
|Date of birth||26 October 1969|
|Place of birth||Tegucigalpa, Honduras|
|Height||1.66 m (5 ft 5 1⁄2 in)|
|2012||Pumas San Isidro|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
César Augusto Obando Villeda, nicknamed El Nene, (born 26 October 1969) is a retired Honduran football player who is considered one of the best players ever in Honduras but a serious injury cut his career early.
The diminutive Obando played in the Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras for Motagua, Victoria and Real España. He also played abroad with Mexican outfit Correcaminos UAT, with fellow Honduran Eugenio Dolmo Flores at Peruvian side Universitario and in Costa Rica with Cartaginés. At Cartaginés, he played alongside compatriots Arnold Cruz and Christian Santamaría but was released in February 2003.
He played in the 1994 Copa Libertadores with Universitario, where the club were eliminated by Independiente Medellín in the knock-out stages. In 1992, he was named World's Top Goal Scorer of the Year by the IFFHS.
His last game as a professional player in the Honduran league was on 21 May 2002 with his team Motagua defeating Olimpia 2 - 1. He is known for his powerful right footed shot. He scored 23 league goals for Motagua.
Obando made his debut for Honduras in a May 1991 UNCAF Nations Cup match against Panama and has earned a total of 33 caps, scoring 15 goals. He has represented his country in 7 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at the 1991 UNCAF Nations Cup.
- Scores and results list Honduras' goal tally first.
Obando was named Motagua's reserves coach in 2013.
- "El "Nene" Obando aún hace la bicicleta" ["The Kid" Obando still makes bicycle kicks] (in Spanish). La Prensa. 26 October 2010.
- "Desafíe a Ismael" [Challenge Ismael] (in Spanish). La Prensa. 4 March 2010.
- Cartaginés rescinde contrato a hondureño César Obando - Nación (Spanish)
- "Los llevo en mi corazón" [I hold you in my heart] (in Spanish). El Heraldo. 4 September 2009.
- IFFHS' World's Best Goal Scorers of the Year 1997-2006 - RSSSF
- Ismael responde - La Prensa (Spanish)
- Goleadores - Ciclón
- César Obando – FIFA competition record
- César Obando: “He vuelto a casa” - El Heraldo (Spanish)