|Full name||Timoci Matanavou|
|Date of birth||8 July 1984|
|Place of birth||Lautoka, Fiji|
|Rugby union career|
|Professional / senior clubs|
|Years||Club / team||Caps||(points)|
| 60|| 157 (31T, 1C)|
Timoci Matanavou (born 8 July, 1984 in Lautoka, Fiji) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He plays as a wing. He recently signed on to play for Stade Toulouse in the Top 14 competition. He is 1.86m tall and weighs 78kg. He is the First cousin of Racing Metro 92 winger, Sireli Bobo.
He caught the eye of Fiji rugby 7's team selectors with a strong performance in a local National 7's tourney in 2008. He was included into the Fiji's 7's team and he made his debut at the Hong Kong sevens in the 2007–08 IRB Sevens World Series.
His performance for Fiji saw him get picked by Mont-de-Marsan, a Top 14 team in France for the 2008–09 Top 14 season. In August 2008, he made his debut on the right wing against US Montauban. He scored his first try in February 2009, against Bayonne. He scored just 3 tries that season and Mont-de-Marsan was demoted to Pro D2 competition for finishing last. The following season in the ProD2, he managed 9 tries and was the best player for Stade Montois that season. The following year, in the 2010–11 Rugby Pro D2 season, he finished as the overall top try scorer bagging 19 tries in 28 appearance. His performance impressed Guy Noves, the Stade Toulouse coach who included the winger in his team for the 2011–12 Top 14 season.