Ferenc Plattkó (born Franz Platko Kopiletz in Budapest, Hungary, 2 December 1898, died Santiago, Chile, 2 September 1983), also known as Ferenc Platko or Francisco Platko, was a Hungarian footballer and manager of Austrian origin.
During the 1910s and 1920s he played as a goalkeeper for Vasas SC, WAC Vienna, KAFK Kula, MTK Hungária FC, FC Barcelona, Recreativo de Huelva.
He subsequently worked as a coach in Europe and South America, most notably with FC Barcelona, Colo-Colo, River Plate, Boca Juniors and Chile.
Platko was an early FC Barcelona legend and was a team-mate of Paulino Alcántara, Josep Samitier and Sagibarba.
His bravery as a goalkeeper was immortalized by Rafael Alberti in the poem Oda A Platko.
After retiring as a player he returned to the club as a coach on two occasions (1934–35, 1955–56).
He played 6 matches for the Hungarian national team between 1917 and 1923.