|Date of birth||December 29, 1940|
|Place of birth||Las Rosas, Argentina|
|Colón de San Lorenzo|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Néstor Combin, (born December 29, 1940 in Las Rosas, Argentina) is an Argentine former football player who spent most of his professional career in France. He was striker, mainly with Olympique Lyonnais and France national team.
In a game between A.C. Milan and Argentine side Estudiantes for the 1969 Intercontinental Cup, Combin's nose was broken by a rival elbow. When he was leaving the stadium he was arrested, charged with desertion. With international pressure rising, he was released.
He was one of the first French internationals who played abroad in Italian Serie A. He won several titles there, including Coppa Italia (Italian Cup) with Juventus F.C. and Torino F.C. and the European/South American Cup with A.C. Milan.
He played 38 games with Juventus F.C. (10 goals).
He has 8 caps with the France national team, obtained between 1964 and 1968, and scored four goals.
He played during the Football World Cup 1966.
- Coupe de France (French Cup) in 1964 with Olympique Lyonnais
- Semi-Final Cup Winners' Cup in 1964 with Olympique Lyonnais
- Coppa Italia in 1965 with Juventus F.C.
- Coppa Italia in 1968 with Torino F.C.
- European/South American Cup in 1969 with A.C. Milan