|Date of birth
22 June 1922 |
|Place of birth
||San Michele Extra, Italy
||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Osvaldo Fattori (born 22 June 1922) is an Italian former association footballer who played as a defender or midfielder.
Fattori was born in San Michele Extra, Verona. After having been a player for Audace San Michele, which later gave rise to Mariolino Corso, Fattori moved to Vicenza, making his Serie A debut as the club's starting defensive midfielder. In 1946 he went to Sampdoria, which acquired him (along with Bassetto) for a record 10 million lira (in 1942 during the war Valentino Mazzola was acquired by Torino for one million) after exhaustive bargaining with Inter. He would get to Inter in the summer of 1947 after only 12 months with Sampdoria. With Inter, Fattori would stay for seven seasons winning two championships in 1953 and 1954.
At international level, Fattori earned four caps for the national team, including the win against Paraguay in the 1950 World Cup.