Stig Oskar Sollander (born 25 June 1926) is a Swedish alpine skier who competed in the 1948, 1952 and 1956 Winter Olympics. He had his best results in the slalom, finishing fifth in 1952 and winning Sweden's first Olympic medal in alpine skiing, a bronze in 1956. He won another bronze in the combined event at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
In 1949, Sollander married Monika Charlotta Sollander; they had six children. Three of them, Stefan, Lena and Lotta, competed nationally in alpine skiing, and Lotta also took part in the 1972 Winter Olympics.