Croatian footballers

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  1. Slaven Bilic

    Slaven Bilic


    Slaven Bilić (born 11 September 1968) is a retired Croatian professional footballer and current manager of English club West Ham United.

  2. Ivan Rakitic

    Ivan Rakitic


    Ivan Rakitić (born 10 March 1988) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a central or attacking midfielder for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Croatia national team.

  3. Darío Cvitanich

    Darío Cvitanich


    Darío Cvitanich (Croatian: Dario Cvitanić; born 16 May 1984) is an Argentine football striker who last played for Liga MX club Pachuca.

  4. Dejan Lovren

    Dejan Lovren


    Dejan Lovren (born 5 July 1989) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a central defender for Premier League club Liverpool and the Croatian national team.

  5. Davor Šuker

    Davor Šuker


    Davor Šuker (born 1 January 1968) is a retired Croatian footballer and president of the Croatian Football Federation since July 2012. He played as a striker for a number of European clubs as well as the Croatian national team, where he is the all-time top scorer with 45 goals.

  6. Zvonimir Boban

    Zvonimir Boban


    Zvonimir Boban (born 8 October 1968) is a former Croatian football midfielder who played most of his professional career for Serie A club Milan with whom he won four Serie A and one UEFA Champions League titles. He also captained the Croatia national team which won third place at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. Before 1990 and the international recognition of Croatia's national team, Boban had played for the Yugoslavia under-20 team which won the 1987 World Youth Championship. Boban scored three times in this tournament, as well as scoring his penalty in the decisive shootout in the final. Having made his debut for the full Yugoslavia team in 1988, Boban, a fierce patriot, switched to playing for Croatia after the national team's inception, debuting against Romania in December 1990. Having appeared seven times for Yugoslavia, scoring once, Boban was capped 51 times for Croatia, scoring 12 goals, between 1990 and 1999. Boban was a creative player who was gifted with excellent vision, passing range, and technical ability. He mixed these attributes with a unique tactical versatility, which enabled him to be deployed in several midfield and offensive positions throughout his career; in addition to his preferred role behind the forwards as a playmaking, attacking midfielder, he was also capable of playing on the wing, as a central midfielder, or even as a supporting striker.

  7. Mato Neretljak

    Mato Neretljak


    Mato Neretljak (born 3 June 1979 in Orašje) is a retired Croatian football player.

  8. Josip Skoblar

    Josip Skoblar


    Josip "Joško" Skoblar (born 12 March 1941) is a Croatian former football player and manager. He was primarily a forward, and also capable of playing on both wings.

  9. Stjepan Bobek

    Stjepan Bobek


    Stjepan Bobek (3 December 1923, Zagreb – 22 August 2010, Belgrade) was an ethnic Croat Yugoslav football striker and later football manager. Usually a forward or attacking midfielder, Bobek was renowned for his technique, vision and goalscoring ability and is commonly regarded as one of Yugoslavia's greatest players. Ferenc Puskás once said: "Bobek's technique with the ball is unrivaled. I'm not a shame to admit, that I tried to copy him. How God-like that guy dribbled and his back-heel pass was impeccable. He still is one of the most noble artists in football."

  10. Luka Modrić

    Luka Modrić


    Luka Modrić (born 9 September 1985) is a Croatian footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Croatia national team. Modrić plays mainly as a central midfielder, but can also play as an attacking midfielder and winger.

  11. Anas Sharbini

    Anas Sharbini


    Anas Sharbini (Arabic: أنس الشربيني‎; born 21 February 1987) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays for Osmanlıspor in Turkish Süper Lig, on loan from HNK Rijeka. He plays as an attacking midfielder or winger, and is best known for his dribbling and crossing skills.

  12. Bernard Vukas

    Bernard Vukas


    Bernard "Bajdo" Vukas (1 May 1927 in Zagreb – 4 April 1983 in Zagreb) was a Croatian football player.

  13. Gordan Bunoza

    Gordan Bunoza


    Gordan Bunoza (born 5 February 1988) is a Bosnian footballer who plays for Liga I club Pandurii Târgu Jiu.

  14. Božo Bakota

    Božo Bakota


    Božo Bakota (5 October 1950 – 1 October 2015) was a Croatian footballer who throughout his entire professional football career played only for two football clubs, NK Zagreb and SK Sturm Graz. He played as a midfielder for NK Zagreb and as a forward for SK Sturm Graz during a career spanning from 1971 to 1986.

  15. Branko Zebec

    Branko Zebec


    Branislav "Branko" Zebec (17 May 1929 in Zagreb, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – 26 September 1988 in Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia) was a Croatian footballer and manager. In his heyday the player from FK Partizan and Red Star Belgrade fascinated the world with his performances at the World Cups in 1954 and 1958. With Partizan he won 3 Yugoslav Cups (1952, 1954, 1957). With Red Star Belgrade he won the national championship in 1960. As coach he led Hajduk Split, Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV to success. A highly versatile player noted for his physical abilities and understanding of the game, Zebec was world class whether on the left wing or in the more defensive role of left fullback, although he was capable of playing almost every outfield position on the pitch. He was particularly well known for his pace, having been able to run 100m in 11s with football boots.

  16. Branko Strupar

    Branko Strupar


    Branko Strupar (born 9 February 1970) is a former Croatian-Belgian football striker. In 1999, he became a naturalised Belgian. He consequently played for the Belgium national football team with whom he played 17 matches and scored 5 times.

  17. Zeljko Bilecki

    Zeljko Bilecki


    Željko Bilecki (born 28 April 1950 in Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia) is a retired Canadian soccer player who played for Toronto Croatia and then in the North American Soccer League for Toronto Metros-Croatia in Canada. He later played for three other NASL sides in the United States: Tampa Bay Rowdies, Los Angeles Aztecs and Tulsa Roughnecks. He won a Soccer Bowl with Toronto in 1976 and was a runner-up in 1979 for Tampa Bay. He was the back up goalie for Tulsa when they won Soccer Bowl '83. Bilecki also won the NASL's indoor title in 1979–80 with Tampa Bay.

  18. Josip Kuže

    Josip Kuže


    Josip Kuže (13 November 1952 - 16 June 2013) was a Croatian football coach and former player. He was a player and later coach of Dinamo Zagreb where he played from 1971-1981 making a total of 384 appearances and scoring 14 goals.

  19. Vladimir Beara

    Vladimir Beara


    Vladimir Beara (2 November 1928 – 11 August 2014) was a Yugoslav football player, as goalkeeper, and also football manager. He is widely considered as one of the best goalkeepers in his era.

  20. Luka Muženjak

    Luka Muženjak


    Luka Muženjak (born 4 July 1993) is a Croatian footballer who plays for NK Zavrč.

  21. Darijo Srna

    Darijo Srna


    Darijo "Dare" Srna (born 1 May 1982) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays for Shakhtar Donetsk as a captain and is also the captain of the Croatian national team. He can play all across the right wing and is known for his crossing, freekick, and diving ability. He began his career at Hajduk Split, before moving to Shakhtar in 2003. He has won numerous trophies during his time at Shakhtar, including a UEFA Cup title in 2009, 7 Ukrainian Premier League titles, 5 Ukrainian Cup titles and 5 Ukrainian Super Cup titles. Srna made his international debut for Croatia in November 2002. In 2009, manager Slaven Bilić made him the captain of the national team.

  22. Marinko Koljanin

    Marinko Koljanin


    Marinko Koljanin (born 17 November 1957) is a Croatian football manager, a former footballer and a former general manager of HNK Rijeka who is the current manager of Al-Nasr S.C.S.C. in Oman Professional League.

  23. Franjo Wölfl

    Franjo Wölfl


    Franjo Wölfl (18 May 1918 in Zagreb – 8 July 1987 in Zagreb) was a Croatian footballer. He played international football first with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia national team from 1938 and then the Croatian national team from 1940 to 1944. Finally, Wölfl suited up for communist Yugoslavia's national team from 1945 to 1951.

  24. Nikola Jerkan

    Nikola Jerkan


    Nikola Jerkan (born 8 December 1964) is a former football defender from Croatia.

  25. Slaviša Žungul

    Slaviša Žungul


    Slaviša Žungul, known in the United States as Steve Zungul (born 28 July 1954 in Požarevac, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a retired Yugoslav American football (soccer) striker.

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