Fernando Morena Belora (born 2 February 1952 in Montevideo) is a retired football striker from Uruguay. His most known nicknames were "Nando"(abridged form of Fernando) and "Potrillo" (Colt, although young stallion is a better translation in this case), and he is the all-time top goal scorer in the history of the Uruguayan A League with 230 goals in 244 games. He scored 667 in his almost 20-year career.
Morena made his debut for the Uruguayan national team on 27 October 1971 against Chile in a 3–0 win, where he scored his first goal. He was part of the national team that represented Uruguay at the 1974 World Cup. He went on to obtain a total number of 53 international caps, scoring 22 goals which currently ranks him as the joint eighth-highest scorer in the history of the team.
After retiring he held several coaching positions in Uruguay, Spain and Chile. His first coaching job was in River Plate, which was followed by Peñarol, Real Murcia in Spain, Huracán Buceo, Rampla Juniors, Colo Colo in Chile and a second run in Peñarol in 2005. In 2009 he was designated as Manager of Institutional Relations at Peñarol.