|Full name||Fernando Andrés Gamboa|
|Date of birth||28 October 1970|
|Place of birth||Marcos Juárez, Argentina|
|Newell's Old Boys|
|1988–1993||Newell's Old Boys||121||(5)|
|1999–2000||Newell's Old Boys||23||(2)|
|2008||Newell's Old Boys|
|2013–2014||Rangers de Talca|
|2016–2017||Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Gamboa started his playing career in 1988 with Newell's Old Boys where he won two league championships.
In 1991, he was part of the Argentina squad that won the Copa América 1991
Gamboa started his managerial career coaching Newell's Old Boys. In 2009 replaced Ricardo Zielinski in Chacarita Juniors signing until June 2010 and assisted Ricardo Lunari. However, they were sacked before the end of their contract. On May 2010 he signed for CD Veracruz of the Mexican second division. On September 2010 Gamboa agreed to replace Antonio Mohamed as head coach of Colón. The board of directors of Colon sacked him soon after the club lost 2–0 against Olimpo in a league match on 9 April 2011.
On 18 April 2018, Gamboa was appointed as the manager of Club Agropecuario Argentino. He left the club one month later. On 6 November 2018, he was then appointed as the manager of Paraguayan club Club Nacional. After the elimination in the first phase of the Copa Libertadores of 2019, he was fired on 31 January 2019.
- (in Spanish) Argentine Primera statistics
- "Fernando Gamboa". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman.
- Fernando Gamboa es el nuevo DT de Chacarita (in Spanish)
- Olé (in Spanish)
- "Te hace la Gamboa". Diario Olé. Retrieved 23 September 2010.
- Fernando Gamboa, nuevo DT de Agropecuario, lt10.com.ar, 18 April 2018
- Fernando Gamboa dejó de ser el DT de Agropecuario, portaleltoro.com, 22 May 2018
- Fernando Gamboa sale del Nacional paraguayo tras su eliminación de la Libertadores, efe.com, 31 January 2019