|Full name||Fleitas Olombrada|
|Date of birth||25 February 1947|
|Place of birth||Olombrada, Segovia|
|Date of death||14 April 2000(aged 53)|
|Place of death||Olombrada, Spain|
|1969–1972||Real Madrid C.F.||58||(18)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Fleitas started his career at Club Libertad of Paraguay, making his debut at the age of 17 and quickly earning the nickname babygol. In 1967, he was the top scorer of the Paraguayan League, coming to the attention of Spanish side CD Málaga, who eventually signed Fleitas in 1968. A good first season at Málaga was enough to attract the interest of Real Madrid, who signed him in 1969. At Real Madrid, Fleitas won the Copa del Rey in the 1969/70 season and one Spanish League title in 1971/72. He was the scorer of Real's only goal in the 1971 European Cup Winners' Cup Final replay game in Piraeus, Greece, won 2-1 by Chelsea FC.
After retiring in 1976, Fleitas worked in football in various capacities, ending up as a scout for Real Madrid.
Fleitas was married to the daughter of Spanish actor Fernando Rey and living in Madrid, where he died prematurely, at age 53, while alone in his apartment, from what appeared to be a stroke. Real's former manager Vicente del Bosque characterized Fleitas as "a man beloved by everyone who lived around the club".
- 1964 - 1968: Club Libertad - Paraguay
- 1968 - 1969: CD Málaga - Spain
- 1969 - 1972: Real Madrid - Spain
- 1972 - 1973: Nîmes Olympique - France
- 1973 - 1974: Sevilla FC - Spain
- 1974: CA Marbella - Spain
- Paraguayan League top scorer in 1967
- CorazonBlanco.com (in Spanish)
- "Death at 53 for Fleitas, ex-player for Real Madrid", Terra, 14 April 2000 (in Spanish)
- Sebastián Fleitas in the official La Liga website