|Full name||Louis Laval Fabrice Pithia|
|Date of birth||7 May 1987|
|Place of birth||Mauritius|
|2010–||Curepipe Starlight SC||-||(-)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Fabrice Pithia (born 7 May 1987) is a Mauritian football player who currently plays for Curepipe Starlight in the Mauritian Premier League and for the Mauritius national football team as a midfielder.
Fabrice started his professional career along with his brother Fabien for Savanne SC in the Mauritian League in 2003, at the age of 16. In 2010, he moved on to play for Curepipe Starlight SC, while his brother stayed behind. After the 2011 Indian Ocean Island Games, in which Fabrice was leading scorer and one of the tournament's best players, he received interest from clubs both domestically and abroad, and has stated he is open to playing abroad. Cypriot First Division club AC Omonia showed interest in signing Fabrice, along with his brother Fabien and fellow Mauritian international Gurty Calambé, but nothing came of it.
Fabrice has represented Mauritius internationally since 2006. He was called up to represent Mauritius in the 2011 Indian Ocean Island Games. He scored his first goal for Club M in their opening game against Maldives, a game which ended 1-1. He proceeded to score two more goals in each of the next two games of the group stage to lead Mauritius into the knockout stage. Mauritius eventually made it to the final, but were beaten by Seychelles on penalties.
- As of 27 March 2015
|1.||4 August 2011||Stade d'Amitié, Praslin, Seychelles||Maldives||1–1||Draw||2011 IOIG|
|2.||6 August 2011||Stade Linité, Roche Caïman, Malé, Seychelles||Seychelles||1–2||Loss||2011 IOIG|
|3.||9 August 2011||Stade d'Amitié, Praslin, Seychelles||Comoros||2–0||Win||2011 IOIG|
|4.||1 December 2012||Stade George V, Curepipe, Mauritius||Comoros||2–0||Win||2014 CHAN Qualifying|
|5.||10 July 2013||Nkana Stadium, Kitwe, Zambia||Seychelles||4–0||Win||2013 COSAFA Cup|
Fabrice has a twin brother, Fabien, who also plays in the Mauritian League for Curepipe Starlight as well as for Club M internationally. Fabrice was featured on the Mauritian national team in the official 2010 FIFA World Cup video game, as he played with Mauritius in 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.