|Full name||Aldo Olivieri|
|Date of birth||2 October 1910|
|Place of birth||San Michele Extra, Italy|
|Date of death||5 April 2001(aged 90)|
|Place of death||Lido di Camaiore, Italy|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Aldo Olivieri (Italian pronunciation: [ˈaldo oliˈvjɛːri]; 2 October 1910 – 5 April 2001) was an Italian football goalkeeper from 1931 to 1943, and manager after World War II.
Olivieri was born in San Michele Extra, Verona. Nicknamed Ercolino Semprimpiedi ("Always-Standing Little Hercules"), a famous definition of Italian journalist Gianni Brera, he played for Hellas Verona, Lucchese, and Brescia in Serie B, and Torino in Serie A.
With the Italy national football team, Olivieri became World Champion in 1938.
A courageous, spectacular, and athletic shot-stopper, with an excellent spring, Olivieri is regarded as one of Italy's greatest ever goalkeepers; throughout his career, he was known in particular for his quick reflexes, intelligence, and ability to rush off his line and anticipate opposing forwards outside of his area, which earned him the nickname il Gatto Magico ("the Magic Cat"). He also excelled at coming out to punch the ball away.
He died in Lido di Camaiore at 90 years old. He was the penultimate survivor of the 1938 winning team squad. The last member, who died on 5 November 2006, was defender Pietro Rava.