Elzo Aloísio Coelho (born 22 January 1961), better known as Elzo, is a retired Brazilian footballer who played for the national team, a number of Brazilian clubs and Portuguese Benfica.
Elzo made 87 appearances in the Campeonato Brasileiro, most of them for Atlético Mineiro. He then played in Benfica. At the 1987–88 European Cup his squad lost the final to PSV Eindhoven after a penalty shoot-out. In the second season he became Portuguese champion. Upon returning home, he joined Palmeiras. Elzo was capped eleven times for Brazil, all between March and June 1986. He played Brazil's all five games at the 1986 FIFA World Cup finals.
- Ginásio Pinhalense
- Atlético Mineiro
- Bola de Prata brasileiro (Placar)
- 1989 (Palmeiras)
- He has a twin sister named Elza.
- In 1985, he was going to play for Palmeiras but he was rejected due a heart problem.
- Elzo was a commentator for TV Globo in 2002, and had his first experience as a coach in 2005.