|Full name||Mauro Fernandes da Silva|
|Date of birth||3 August 1953|
|Place of birth||Sete Lagoas, Brazil|
|2018||Central de Caruaru|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Mauro Fernandes da Silva (born 3 August 1953), known as Mauro Fernandes, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward, and is a current manager.
Born in Sete Lagoas, Minas Gerais, Mauro Fernandes started his career with Corinthians in 1970. After representing other clubs in the São Paulo state, he moved to Mexico and Greece before returning and finishing his playing career with CSA, Treze and Campinense.
Mauro Fernandes started his managerial career in 1984, with Auto Esporte. In 1986 he moved to Série A club Botafogo-PB, winning two Campeonato Paraibano titles during his tenure.
Mauro Fernandes subsequently managed ABC (two stints), CSA, Sergipe, Náutico (three stints), Goiás, Atlético Goianiense (three stints), Sport (two stints), Coritiba, Botafogo, Gama (two stints), Matonense, América Mineiro (three stints), CRB, Londrina, Brasiliense (two stints), Fortaleza, Ceilândia (two stints), Bahia, Vitória (two stints), Santa Cruz, Criciúma, Villa Nova, Grêmio Barueri and Rio Verde before deciding to retire from football. On 3 December 2014, however, he stepped down from retirement to take over Caldas Novas Atlético Clube, but his reign only lasted three months.
On 21 February 2017, after nearly two years without a club, Mauro Fernandes was named manager of Treze. On 30 May, he replaced Estevam Soares at Portuguesa.