|Full name||Sergio Melta|
|Date of birth||16 March 1954|
|Place of birth||Glenelg, South Australia|
|2013||Adelaide United (asst)|
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 27 November 2006|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 27 November 2006
Sergio Melta (born 16 March 1954), is a former Australian footballer, who had an extensive career in Australia's National Soccer League, spent entirely with Adelaide City.
Melta won the NSL's player of the year award in 1984.
Melta was given his international debut by Frank Arok but ultimately played just once for the Australian national team, a friendly against Czechoslovakia played at Hindmarsh Stadium in his home city of Adelaide in 1986. Melta was substituted off after 57 minutes during the 0–1 loss.
Melta took over the head coaching role of West Torrens Birkalla in the FFSA Premier League. On 5 February 2013 he was appointed as assistant coach for A-League club Adelaide United. He is the current coach/manager of White City which competes in National Premier Leagues South Australia.
|Adelaide City||1977||National Soccer League||22||1||22||1|
|1978||National Soccer League||8||1||8||1|
|1979||National Soccer League||8||0||8||0|
|1980||National Soccer League||24||2||24||2|
|1981||National Soccer League||29||5||29||5|
|1982||National Soccer League||29||5||29||5|
|1983||National Soccer League||29||4||29||4|
|1984||National Soccer League||27||7||27||5|
|1985||National Soccer League||17||2||17||2|
|1986||National Soccer League||27||8||27||8|
|1987||National Soccer League||23||3||23||3|
|1988||National Soccer League||25||9||25||9|
|1989||National Soccer League||26||6||26||6|
|1989–90||National Soccer League||25||3||25||3|
|1990–91||National Soccer League||25||4||25||4|
|1991–92||National Soccer League||21||2||21||2|
|1992–93||National Soccer League||26||3||26||3|
|1993–94||National Soccer League||31||0||31||0|
|1994–95||National Soccer League||24||2||24||2|
With Adelaide City: