Romina Ferro (born 26 June 1980) is an Argentine football goalkeeper. She has played in her country as well as for Levante UD and Oviedo Moderno in Spain's Primera División. She has been a member of the Argentine national team. She was the first-choice goalkeeper in the 2003 World Cup, playing all three games against Japan, Canada and Germany and in the 2006 South American Championship, which Argentina won. She started the 2007 World Cup as a reserve, but after a crushing defeat (0–11) against Germany she played the other two games against Japan and England.

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  • Romina Ferro (born 26 June 1980) is an Argentine football goalkeeper. She has played in her country as well as for Levante UD and Oviedo Moderno in Spain's Primera División. She has been a member of the Argentine national team. She was the first-choice goalkeeper in the 2003 World Cup, playing all three games against Japan, Canada and Germany and in the 2006 South American Championship, which Argentina won. She started the 2007 World Cup as a reserve, but after a crushing defeat (0–11) against Germany she played the other two games against Japan and England. (en)
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  • Romina Ferro (born 26 June 1980) is an Argentine football goalkeeper. She has played in her country as well as for Levante UD and Oviedo Moderno in Spain's Primera División. She has been a member of the Argentine national team. She was the first-choice goalkeeper in the 2003 World Cup, playing all three games against Japan, Canada and Germany and in the 2006 South American Championship, which Argentina won. She started the 2007 World Cup as a reserve, but after a crushing defeat (0–11) against Germany she played the other two games against Japan and England. (en)
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