|Full name||Ramón María Calderé del Rey|
|Date of birth||16 January 1959|
|Place of birth||Vila-rodona, Spain|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|1979–1980||→ Alcalá (loan)|
|1980||→ Valladolid (loan)||3||(0)|
|1981||→ Alcalá (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
An all-around midfield unit, he mainly represented Barcelona as a player – more than 150 official games in four La Liga seasons – and went on to have an extensive career as a coach following his retirement, but exclusively in the lower leagues.
Born in Vila-rodona, Tarragona, Catalonia, Calderé was a product of local giants FC Barcelona's youth system, having played several seasons with its B-side. In an unassuming loan spell he made his La Liga debuts with Real Valladolid, in the 1980–81 campaign.
At already 25, Calderé was definitely promoted to the main squad, helping it win the league title in his first full season, although not an automatic first-choice. After three more years he left for fellow league club Real Betis, being relegated in his debut campaign.
Calderé retired in 1993 at the age of 34, with lowly UE Sant Andreu also in the Barcelona area, and subsequently took up coaching, mainly with modest teams in the region: CE Premià – twice – UE Cornellà, CF Gavà, UE Castelldefels, CF Badalona, AD Ceuta, CF Reus Deportiu, CD Teruel, CF Palencia and Burgos CF.
During the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, Calderé suffered from a case of traveler's diarrhea, and was prescribed antibiotics by the national team physician. After the win against Northern Ireland he was summoned for a doping test, which came out positive.
Calderé, however, was not sanctioned, as the medical staff argued successfully the medication was administered to fight the condition, lest a severe risk of dehydration. He scored twice against Algeria in the following match.
- Calderé, detenido por la Guardia Civil (Calderé, arrested by the civil guard); Mundo Deportivo, 2 June 2008 (Spanish)
- ¿Sabías cuál fue la “lesión” más temida en los mundiales de México? (Did you know what the most feared "injury" in Mexico's World Cup was?); Diarios de Fútbol, 9 May 2007 (Spanish)
- "Managers with a Blaugrana past". FC Barcelona. 17 June 2013. Retrieved 6 October 2014.