Aitor Ocio Carrión (born 28 November 1976) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a central defender.
During his 18-year senior career, in which he amassed La Liga totals of 173 games and five goals, he played mainly for Athletic Bilbao (seven years, two spells) and Sevilla (four), winning four major titles with the latter, including two UEFA Cups.
Born in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, Ocio made his debuts in La Liga with CA Osasuna during the 2000–01 season, after second division spells with SD Eibar and Albacete Balompié, then came to prominence with Basque club Athletic Bilbao.
He joined Sevilla FC in the 2003 summer on a three-year deal, going on to play a somewhat important part on a squad that won four titles (one Copa del Rey, two UEFA Cups and one UEFA Super Cup) in two seasons. During his four-year spell he was the Andalusian's vice-captain behind Javi Navarro, and had a best personal output of 23 games and two goals during the 2005–06 campaign.
In mid-July 2007, Ocio returned to Bilbao, playing 27 matches during his first season as the side finished mid-table. He produced similar numbers in the following, adding a rare goal at former club Osasuna albeit in a 1–2 away defeat in which he was also sent off, one of five ejections he collected in his first two years combined.
Ocio also began 2009–10 in the starting XI. However, after an injury suffered in early October 2009, he missed the rest of the season, with Athletic finishing eighth, adding just five official appearances in the following year also due to persistent physical problems, but renewing his contract on 23 May 2011.
35-year-old Ocio was deemed surplus to requirements at Athletic in 2011–12 season after the appointment of manager Marcelo Bielsa, alongside teammates Koikili and Iban Zubiaurre. He remained with the team, however.
On 14 June 2012, Ocio announced his retirement from football.
Ocio had a relationship with model Laura Sánchez, with whom he had a daughter, Naia, born on 1 August 2006.Sevilla
Copa del Rey: 2006–07
UEFA Cup: 2005–06, 2006–07
Copa del Rey: Runner-up 2008–09
Supercopa de España: Runner-up 2009