Alejandro IachettiAlejandro Iachetti


Alejandro Iachetti, born on November 6, 1956, is a retired Argentine rugby player who played as a lock. His career was marked by significant contributions to both club and national teams, showcasing his skills and leadership on the field.

Teams Played For and Years

  • FC Auch (France): 1977-1978
  • Jaguars of South America: 1980
  • Argentina National Team: 1975-1990

International Caps

Alejandro Iachetti earned 34 caps for the Argentine national team, known as Los Pumas. He made his international debut on September 21, 1975, against Uruguay and played his final match on August 4, 1990, against England. Additionally, he represented the Jaguars of South America in 4 matches in 1980.

Most Important Moments in His Sports Career

  • First International Cap: September 21, 1975, against Uruguay.
  • Playing for FC Auch: Contributed to the French team during the 1977-1978 season, gaining international experience.
  • Captaincy: Led Argentina as captain on June 16, 1990.
  • Final International Match: August 4, 1990, against England, marking the end of a distinguished international career.

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