|Full name||Jorge Sebastián Barclay|
|Date of birth||2 January 1978|
|Place of birth||La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|–1998||Gimnasia La Plata|
|1998–2001||Gimnasia La Plata||8||(0)|
|2000–2001||→ Tigre (loan)|
|2001||Villa Mitre Bahía Blanca|
|2007–2008||Villa San Carlos|
|2009||Villa San Carlos|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Jorge Sebastián Barclay (born 2 January 1978) is a former Argentine footballer who played for clubs of Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Venezuela and Canada.
Born in La Plata (Buenos Aires), Barclay started playing football with the youth teams of local side Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata. The forward made his senior debut for Gimnasia in the 1998 Copa CONMEBOL, and made his Primera División Argentina debut entering as a second half substitute against Club Atlético Lanús on 18 June 1999. He went on a six-month loan to Club Atlético Tigre in 2000, and left Gimnasia in 2001 after making only eight Primera División appearances for the club.
Barclay scored 19 goals for newly promoted Chilean Primera División side Deportes Temuco in 2002, before signing for A-League club Toronto Lynx in 2003. Barclay scored a goal in his debut for the Lynx, a 2–0 victory over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on 3 May 2003.
- Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata 1999
- Tigre 2000-2001
- Villa Mitre de Bahía Blanca 2001
- Deportes Temuco 2002
- Toronto Lynx 2003-2004
- Deportivo Italchacao 2005
- Deportivo Marquense 2006
- Toronto Lynx 2006-2007
- Villa San Carlos 2007-2008
- Deportivo Laferrere 2008
- Villa San Carlos 2009
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- "Gimnasia quedó eliminado" [Gimnasia was eliminated] (in Spanish). LaNacion.com. 22 July 1998.
- Episcopo, Walter (9 August 1999). "Un trío que busca su oportunidad" [A trio looking for their chance] (in Spanish). Diario El Día.
- "Barclay J.S." (in Spanish). Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata. Retrieved 28 April 2012.
- "Barclay ya es de Tigre" [Barclay is already with Tigre] (in Spanish). Diario El Día. 4 August 2000.
- "A-League Eastern Conference Preview". Soccer America. April 16, 2003.
- "Lynx win opener in Pittsburgh 2-0". USLSoccer.com. May 3, 2003.
- Zapata, Nelson (3 December 2006). "Che... ¿y vos para dónde te fuiste?" [Where have they gone?] (in Spanish). AustralTemuco.cl.