|Full name||Jesús Landáburu Sagüillo|
|Date of birth||24 January 1955|
|Place of birth||Guardo, Spain|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Colegio San José|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Landáburu was born in Guardo, Province of Palencia. He made his professional debuts at only 17 with Real Valladolid, quickly making an impression with the Segunda División side, his skills, field vision and set piece ability standing out alike.
Landáburu made his La Liga debuts with Madrid-based Rayo Vallecano in the 1977–78 campaign: he majorly contributed to the modest team's maintenance of its top flight status during two seasons, after which he signed with league powerhouse FC Barcelona.
Landáburu won his first piece of silverware with the Catalans in 1981, the Copa del Rey. However, after two good seasons, he struggled immensely in his last as Barça hired a new coach, German Udo Lattek.
Landáburu moved subsequently to Atlético Madrid, being an automatic first-choice throughout six seasons (nearly 300 official appearances for the Colchoneros). However, at the end of 1987–88, mainly due to serious personal problems with elusive club chairman Jesús Gil, he chose to retire at the age of 33.
- Atlético Madrid
- El Barcelona ganó una bonita final de Copa (Barcelona won beautiful Cup final); El País, 19 June 1981 (Spanish)
- Arteche, Landáburu, Quique y Setién ganan a Gil en los juzgados, pero no juegan (Arteche, Landáburu, Quique and Setién with court battle with Gil, but do not play); El País, 2 December 1988 (Spanish)
- European Competitions 1985–86; at RSSSF