|Full name||Diego Martín Vásquez Castro|
|Date of birth||3 July 1971|
|Place of birth||San Martín, Argentina|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 September 2016.
Nicknamed Barbie, Vásquez played most of his career in Honduras as a goalkeeper, most notably for C.D. Motagua where he conquered several titles and individual awards. He began his career playing for his hometown club San Martín de Mendoza.
His debut for Motagua occurred on 24 August 1997, where he saved two penalty kicks in the 1–0 victory over C.D.S. Vida. According to Diego, his most memorable event as a player took place in the final series of the 1999–2000 Honduran Liga Nacional season against Club Deportivo Olimpia where after a 0–0 global score, the title had to be decided by penalty shoot-outs in which Vásquez saved the decisive kick to give Motagua its 8th national championship.
Just as he did as a player, Vásquez began with C.D. Motagua his career as a manager in Honduras in 2013. The first achievement under his management occurred only a year after in the 2014–15 season, a success which represented Motagua's 13th national title. In his first shot as a manager, he already owns the accomplishment of having 130+ consecutive games leading a Honduran Liga Nacional club as a coach, numbers which are only outmatched by Carlos Padilla, also with Motagua.
- Honduran Liga Nacional: 1997–98 A, 1997–98 C, 1999–2000 A, 1999–2000 C, 2001–02 A
- Honduran Liga Nacional best goalkeeper: 1997–98 A, 1997–98 C
- Motagua.com – Pedro Atala: “Diego sigue como Director Técnico” – 12 September 2016
- Diez.hn – Diego Vásquez: "Fui muy mujeriego" – 4 August 2010
- Futbolistasaxem.com.ar – De los tres palos a la pista de baile. La historia Diego “La Barbie” Vásquez – 17 December 2013
- LaPrensa.hn – Desafíe a Ismael – 7 September 2011
- ElHeraldo.hn – Las 10 curiosidades del clásico Olimpia-Motagua – 7 April 2014
- Diez.hn – Diego Vásquez se retiró entre lágrimas del fútbol – 20 November 2011
- LaPrensa.hn – Diego Vásquez, presentado como nuevo entrenador del Motagua – 22 November 2013
- Televicentro.hn – Motagua alza su copa 13 como "Campeón de Honduras" al vencer 2-1 a Real Sociedad – 20 December 2014
- RadioHouse.hn – Las estadísticas exoneran a Diego Vásquez y señalan a los jugadores de Motagua – 11 October 2016