Gabriel Alejandro Loeschbor (born 4 June 1977 in Santa Fe) is an Argentine football defender. He currently plays for Belgrano.
Loeschbor started his career in 1997 with Rosario Central where he played until 2001 reaching the semi-finals of that year's Copa Libertadores. Later that same year he moved to Racing Club and helped the club to end a 35 year drought by winning the Apertura 2001 championship. Loeschbor was a usual first team player during the tournament and he scored the championship goal in the last game against Vélez Sársfield.
Being part of a championship winning team brought him to the attention of several European clubs. The defender was signed by French club Rennes in 2002. After one season with Rennes Loeschbor moved to Spain to play for Real Murcia.
In 2004 he returned to Argentina where he played for San Lorenzo and River Plate and had a second spell with Rosario Central. In 2006 he signed for Arsenal de Sarandí, where he qualified with the team for the Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores, and in 2007 he moved to Gimnasia de Jujuy, where he avoided relegation at the end of the 2007-08 season.
1997–2001 Rosario Central 73 appareances | 2 goals
2001–2002 Racing Club 34 appareances | 4 goals
2002–2003 Rennes 4 appareances
2003–2004 Real Murcia 17 appareances
2004–2005 San Lorenzo 11 appareances
2005 River Plate 6 appareances
2006 Rosario Central 8 appareances | 1 goals
2006–2007 Arsenal de Sarandí 26 appareances
2007–2009 Gimnasia de Jujuy 64 appareances | 3 goals
2009–2010 Independiente Rivadavia 35 appareances | 4 goals
2001 Apertura - Primera División Argentina - Racing Club