|Date of birth||September 4, 1954|
|Place of birth||Lima, Peru|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|1980–1982||Denver Avalanche (indoor)||80||(30)|
|1982–1983||Phoenix Inferno (indoor)||48||(33)|
|1983–1984||Phoenix Pride (indoor)||47||(21)|
|1984–1985||Las Vegas Americans (indoor)||39||(8)|
|1986||Los Angeles Lazers (indoor)||17||(4)|
|1986–1987||New York Express (indoor)||13||(2)|
|1986–1987||Memphis Storm (indoor)||24||(35)|
|1987–1988||Chicago Sting (indoor)||53||(22)|
|1988–1990||Chicago Power (indoor)||58||(21)|
|1990–1992||Illinois Thunder (indoor)|
|1979||Canada Olympic (amateur)||4||(0)|
|1990–1992||Illinois Thunder (assistant)|
|2004–2006||Chicago Storm (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Oscar Albuquerque (born September 4, 1954) is a Canadian former soccer midfielder. He spent most of his professional career playing indoor soccer with U.S. teams. He is currently the president of Pro Soccer International, an ownership group which holds the rights to American Indoor Soccer League teams in Chicago and Rockford, Illinois.
Youth and college
Albuquerque was born in Lima, Peru. He moved from his native Peru to Toronto, Ontario, Canada with his family when he was fifteen. At the time, his older brother, Hugo Albuquerque, was playing semi-professionally in Canada. After graduating from high school, Albuquerque attended Laurentian University where he was a member of the men's soccer team from 1976 to 1979. He was All Canadian in 1977, 1978 and 1979. He is a member of the Laurentian University Athletic Hall of Fame.
Following graduation from college in 1980, Albuquerque signed with the Denver Avalanche of Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). He spent two seasons with the Avalanche, before the team folded in 1982. He then moved to the Phoenix Inferno for the 1982–83 season. In 1983, the team was renamed the Phoenix Pride. Albuquerque spent one more season in Phoenix with the Pride before moving to the Las Vegas Americans for the 1984–85 season. The league expelled the Americans in July 1985. In February 1986, the Los Angeles Lazers were hit with numerous injuries. The team signed Albuquerque to a ten-day contract. On February 23d, they signed him for the remainder of the season. That summer, he signed with the expansion New York Express, a team stocked with players from the New York Arrows and New York Cosmos. The Express were unable to match the success of those two teams and folded twenty-six games into the 1986–87 season. Albuquerque moved to the Memphis Storm of the American Indoor Soccer Association for the remainder of the 1986–87 season. He was back in MISL the next season with the Chicago Sting. However, the Sting folded at the end of the season and Albuquerque moved to the Chicago Power of the AISA for the next two seasons, 1988–1990. In 1990, the AISA was renamed the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL). Albuquerque finished his career with the Illinois Thunder of the NPSL with whom he played two seasons, 1990–1992.
In 1979, Albuquerque was called into the Canadian Olympic soccer team at it entered qualification for the 1980 Summer Olympics. Canada did not qualify for the tournament.
In his two seasons playing with the Illinois Thunder, Albuquerque also served as an assistant coach. On July 4, 2004, Albuquerque became an assistant coach with the expansion Chicago Storm of the Major Indoor Soccer League under head coach Frank Klopas.