- Club Atletico Banfield 2012 - present
- Club Atlético Belgrano 2011 - 2012
- Club Atletico Independiente 2009 - 2011
- Club Atletico San Lorenzo de Almagro 2006 - 2009
- Tigres de la UANL 2003 - 2006
- Club Atletico Independiente 2001 - 2003
- Unión de Santa Fe 1999 - 2001
- Club Atletico Huracan 1998 - 1999
- Comisión de Actividades Infantiles Comodoro Rivadavia 1994 - 1997
Nestor Andres Silvera is a professional football player from Argentina who plays as a striker. Silvera began his career in 1994 where he joined a local side Comision de Actividades Infantiles. He was a part of the team for three seasons in the lower divisions before moving to Club Atletico Huracan in 1998. He was with Huracan for just one season where he played 29 games and scored 6 goals.
He moved to Union de Santa Fe in a year’s time and was with the club until 2001. He scored 21 goals for Union in his 65-odd appearances before Independiente signed him up. His signing proved to be a major advantage for Independiente in their 2002 Apertura title bid as he scored 16 goals, the top-scorer, on the team’s way to the Apertura championship win. In his 58 matches with Independiente over three seasons, Silvera scored 22 goals.
Mexico beckoned Silvera as he moved to UANL Tigres in 2003 for a four-year deal. The deal paid off as Silvera went bezerk in front of goal. In four-seasons, he had almost 90 appearances where he scored 47 goals. He won his second Golden Boot award with UNAL in the 2004 season. He returned to top-flight Argentinean football in 2006 when he joined San Lorenzo and immediately hit it off.
In his first two seasons, he scored 31 goals in 60-odd games, helping San Lorenzo grab the 2007 Clausura title in the Primera Division.