|Full name||Rubén Fernando da Silva Echeverrito|
|Date of birth||11 April 1968|
|Place of birth||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2012||El Tanque Sisley|
|2017–2018||Santa Tecla FC (youth)|
|2018||Santa Tecla FC|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Rubén Fernando da Silva Echeverrito (born 11 April 1968) is a retired Uruguayan footballer who played as a striker. He played for a number of clubs in Uruguay, Argentina, Spain, Italy and Mexico.
Da Silva started his career in 1986 with Danubio in the Primera División Uruguaya. In 1988, he helped the team to win the league title, contributing 23 goals, which also won him the title of topscorer.
In 1989, he moved to Argentine giants River Plate, where he was part of the team that won the Primera Division in 1988–1989.
Da Silva then moved to Italy in 1991, where he played for U.S. Cremonese before returning to River Plate in 1992, where he was topscorer in the Clausura 1993, prompting his move to CD Logroñés in Spain
In 1994 Da Silva returned to Argentina to play for River Plate's fiercest rivals, Boca Juniors.
In 1995 Da Silva left Boca to join Rosario Central, where he won the Copa Conmebol (currently known as Copa Sudamericana) in 1995, and was again topscorer of Argentina, with 15 goals in the Apertura 1997 tournament.
Da Silva had a two-year spell with UAG Tecos in Mexico before returning home to Uruguay with Club Nacional de Football in 2000. Nacional won the Primera Division in 2000, then Da Silva returned to his first club, Danubio, where he retired in 2004 after helping the club to claim the Primera division title.
|1988||Danubio||Primera División Uruguaya|
|1989–1990||River Plate||Primera División Argentina|
|1995||Rosario Central||Copa Conmebol|
|2000||Club Nacional de Football||Primera División Uruguaya|
|2004||Danubio||Primera División Uruguaya|
|1988||Danubio||Primera División Uruguaya top scorer: 23 goals|
|Clausura 1993||River Plate||Primera División Argentina top corer: 13 goals|
|1995||Rosario Central||Copa Conmebol top scorer: 4 goals|
|Apertura 1997||Rosario Central||Primera División Argentina top scorer: 15 goals|
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