|Full name||Mario Nicasio Zanabria|
|Date of birth||1 October 1948|
|Place of birth||Santa Fe, Argentina|
|1967–1969||Unión de Santa Fe||40||(5)|
|1970–1975||Newell's Old Boys||253||(56)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 September 2007|
A playmaker, Zanabria made his début in the first division in 1967 with Unión de Santa Fe, where he played until 1969. From 1970 to 1975 he excelled with Newell's Old Boys, winning the Metropolitano in 1974. He then moved to Boca Juniors, where he would play until 1980, and then again in 1982, winning the 1976 Nacional and Metropolitano, the 1977 and 1978 Copa Libertadores de América and 1978 Intercontinental Cup under coach Toto Lorenzo. Wearing the #10 jersey, he played a total of 179 matches in all competitions with Boca, scoring 16 goals. In 1981, he played for Argentinos Juniors, and for Huracán in 1983 before retiring.
After retirement he coached several teams, including Boca Juniors (1986), Club Atlas (1992-1993), Newell's Old Boys (1997), Unión de Santa Fe (1998), Lanús (1999), Talleres de Córdoba (2001), Querétaro F.C. (2002) and Vélez Sársfield (2004) and Real España (2008 and 2010).
- Media related to Mario Zanabria at Wikimedia Commons
- Futbol Factory profile at the Wayback Machine (archived October 20, 2007) (in Spanish)
- Informe Xeneize biography (in Spanish)
- Boca statistics at the Wayback Machine (archived 2006-12-07) (in Spanish)
- Vende Humos profile at the Wayback Machine (archived 2007-01-01) (in Spanish)