|Full name||Eladio Vaschetto|
|Place of birth||Argentina|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Eladio Vaschetto was a former Argentine football player. He started his professional career with the Argentine club Club Atlético River Plate in 1936 where he managed to win 2 league titles in 1936 and 1939. After the 1939 tournament he transferred to Chile were after a few years he managed to sign with top futbol club Colo Colo. In 1943 after a short stay with Colo Colo, he signed with newly created Puebla FC in Mexico. Vaschetto was the first player to score in the club's history in 1944 against Atlas. During his 3 years at the Mexican club he managed to score 21 goles and helped the club win its first Copa Mexico title in the 1944-45 tournament. After the 1946-47 tournament he retired and soon relocated to Portugal where he managed F.C. Porto during the 1947-48 and the 1951-52 tournaments.
- Argentine Primera División :(2) 1936, 1939
- Copa Mexico :(1) 1945
- "Puebla FC history". Retrieved 2010.