Carlos Jara Saguier
|Full name||Carlos de los Santos Jara Saguier|
|Date of birth||25 August 1956|
|Place of birth||Asunción, Paraguay|
|1986||Gen. Caballero (Zeballos Cue)|
|1991–1992||Sol de América|
|1993–1994||Cruz Azul Oacaxa|
|1997–1998||Cruz Azul Hidalgo|
|2005||12 de Octubre|
|2007||Sol de América|
|2008–2010||Sol de América|
|2010–2012||Cruz Azul Hidalgo|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Carlos de los Santos Jara Saguier (born 25 August 1956 in Asunción) is a former Paraguayan football player who works as a coach. He is currently the head coach of Rubio Ñu. Carlos is one of the seven Jara Saguier brothers that played professional football in Paraguay.
Born in Asunción, Jara Saguier played as a midfielder and spent the best years of his career at Cerro Porteño of Paraguay and Cruz Azul of Mexico. He played for the Paraguay national football team from 1970 to 1981.
As a coach, Jara Saguier led the Paraguayan national football team to a historic silver medal in the 2004 Olympic Games, and in 2005 he led Querétaro F.C. of Mexico to his first Primera A championship.
- "Carlos Jara Saguier asume en Para Uno" [Carlos Jara Saguier assumes Para Uno] (in Spanish). ABC. 4 September 2007.
- "La dinastía de los Jara se renueva en el fútbol paraguayo" [The Jara dynasty is renewed in Paraguayan football] (in Spanish). ABC. 21 April 2008.
- Galeano, Martín (8 December 2004). "Carlos Jara Saguier: "Me hubiera gustado seguir en Libertad" [Carlos Jara Saguier: "I would have like to continue with Libertad] (in Spanish). ABC.