|Full name||Néstor Oscar Craviotto|
|Date of birth||October 3, 1963|
|Place of birth||La Plata, Argentina|
|1999–2000||San Martín (SJ)||3||(0)|
|2000||San Martín (SJ)|
|2002–2003||Unión de Santa Fe|
|2005–2006||Unión de Santa Fe|
|2007–2008||Guatemala Under 20|
|2009||San Martín (SJ)|
|2012–2014||Unión La Calera|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June, 2008.
He played club football for a number of teams in Argentina and represented his country on 11 occasions.
In 1989 Craviotto received his first call-up to the Argentina national team, but he missed out on selection for the 1990 World Cup.
Craviotto won his second league championship with Independiente in the 1994 Clausura, Independiente went on to win the Supercopa Sudamericana in 1994 and 1995 and also claimed the 1995 Recopa Sudamericana.
After these successes Craviotto returned to Estudiates in 1995, he laft one year later to join Club Atlético Banfield where he spent three years.
Titles as a player
|1983 Nacional||Estudiantes||Primera División Argentina|
|Clausura 1994||Independiente||Primera División Argentina|
|1992||Argentina||FIFA Confederation Cup|
|1993||Argentina||Artemio Franchi Trophy|
Craviotto started his managerial career shortly after retiring as a player, he then returned to Estudiantes de La Plata where he worked until 2002.
Craviotto returned to Argentine football where he took over 2nd division Club Atlético Belgrano in 2005 and then had a second spell with Unión de Santa Fe. In 2006 he took over at Club Atlético Centenario in Neuquén who were playing in the regionalised 4th division but things did not go well for the club, who were relegated at the end of the 2006-2007 season.