|Full name||Manuel Soeiro Vasques|
|Date of birth||29 July 1926|
|Place of birth||Barreiro, Portugal|
|Date of death||10 July 2003(aged 76)|
|Place of death||Portugal|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Manuel Soeiro Vasques (29 July 1926 – 10 July 2003) was a Portuguese footballer who played as a forward.
Born in Barreiro, Setúbal District, Vasques joined Sporting CP in 1946, from local club G.D. CUF. During his spell in Lisbon he appeared in 349 games all competitions comprised and scored 225 goals, being part of an attacking line dubbed Cinco Violinos (Five Violins) that also included Albano, Jesus Correia, Fernando Peyroteo and José Travassos and winning ten major titles, including eight Primeira Liga championships.
In the 1950–51 season, Vasques led the scoring charts at 29 goals to help the Lions win the domestic league 11 ahead of second-placed FC Porto.
Vasques won 26 caps for the Portuguese national team over nine years, netting eight times. His debut came on 21 March 1948 in a 0–3 friendly loss against Spain, in Madrid.
Vasques' uncle, Manuel Soeiro, was also a footballer. He too played for Sporting and Portugal.