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List of the best soccer players from Kingdom of Yugoslavia. List includes the top soccer (or “football”) players from Kingdom of Yugoslavia, along with photos when available. This list of best Kingdom of Yugoslavian soccer players is ordered by popularity, so only the greatest players are at the top of the list. If you're searching for a particular famous Kingdom of Yugoslavian soccer player you can use the "search" box to find what you're looking for.

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Forward, Midfielder Bernard "Bajdo" Vukas was a Croatian football player. Vukas played as a left winger/forward and is mostly remembered for his extraordinary dribbling ability. In 2000, he was voted by ...more

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Forward Dražan Jerković was a Yugoslav of Croatian origin, football forward, and manager.

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Ferenc 'Frank' Arok is a retired Serbian football player and coach of Hungarian descent. Arok played for FK Jedinstvo in Yugoslavia during the 1950s before moving into coaching. In the early ...more

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Forward, Midfielder Ivan "Ivica" Osim is a Bosnian former football player and manager. He was most recently head coach of Japan, before he suffered a stroke in November 2007 and left the post. On 18 April ...more

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Miroslav "Ćiro" Blažević is a Bosnian Croat football manager. His most successful period was with Croatia national football team, which he led to quarter-finals in the 1996 European ...more

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Forward Stjepan Bobek was a Yugoslav football striker from Croatia, and later a football manager. He was an ethnic Croat. Usually a forward or attacking midfielder, Bobek was renowned for his technique, ...more

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Forward Sulejman "Sula" Rebac was a Bosnian footballer and manager. He started playing football in Velež Mostar in 1947. In 1954, he moved to Hajduk Split where he stayed for several seasons. ...more

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Defender Velibor Vasović was a Serbian footballer and manager, also one of the legendary players of Partizan Belgrade and one of greatest defenders of his generation. A sweeper who could play in ...more

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Goalkeeper Vladimir Beara was a Yugoslav football player, as goalkeeper, and also football manager.

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Forward Zdravko Rajkov was a Serbian football player and later a football manager. On the national level he played for Yugoslavia national team scoring 11 goals in 28 matches, and was a participant at ...more

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Forward Željko Čajkovski is a Croatian football player and coach. With the national team he won the silver medal in the football tournament of the 1948 Olympics held in lLondon, losing in the final 1-3 ...more

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Wing half Zlatko "Čik" Čajkovski was a Croatian and Yugoslavian football player and coach. His brother, Željko Čajkovski, was a football player. Normally a defensive midfielder, Čajkovski was ...more

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Milorad Pavić Milorad "Miša" Pavić was a Serbian football player and coach. In his home country he coached Red Star Belgrade and FK Vojvodina. He also coached Belgian teams Club Brugge, Standard ...more

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Milutin Pajević Forward Milutin "Mišo" Pajević was a Montenegrin football player and manager. Also known as Miloš Pajević, he was a pioneer in Montenegrin football. He had 3 caps for the Yugoslavia national ...more

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Mišo Smajlović Forward Drago "Mišo" Smajlović, nicknamed is a Bosnian football manager and a former player.

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Vasilije Radović Goalkeeper Vasilije "Čiko" Radović is a former Yugoslav football goalkeeper and manager. He was born in Montenegro, but he spent most of his life in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He started ...more

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Ilijas Pašić Ilijas Pašić is a former Yugoslav football player and manager. He started playing football at Romanija, but at the age of 18 he made a move to FK Željezničar. He played more than 250 games for ...more

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Forward Silvester Takač is a Serbian former football forward and manager.

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Novak Tomić Defender Novak Tomić is a former Serbian football player. His nickname was Krca. On the national level he played for Yugoslavia national team, and was a participant at the 1958 FIFA World Cup.

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Ivica Brzić Midfielder Ivan "Ivica" Brzić was a Serbian football player and manager, the majority of whose playing career was spent with FK Vojvodina. He was also a member of the Yugoslavia squad that ...more

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Ljubomir Kokeza Ljubomir "Ljubo" Kokeza was Croatian football player that played for both Hajduk Split and Yugoslavia in the 40s and 50s. Ljubomir Kokeza was not only a talented player, but also a ...more

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Laslo Seleš Defender Laslo Seleš is a retired Yugoslavian football player who played with FK Proleter Zrenjanin and FK Željezničar Sarajevo in the Yugoslav First League and Sochaux in France.

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Vasilije Šijaković Defender Vasilije Šijaković was a Montenegrin footballer. He got 11 caps for Yugoslavia. At club level, he played for the major domestic clubs, FK Partizan, BSK Belgrade, Red Star Belgrade and French ...more

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Stjepan Lamza Midfielder Stjepan Lamza is a former Yugoslav football player. He is considered as one of the greatest Croatian players of all time and played for much of his career for NK Dinamo Zagreb, whom he helped in ...more

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Stevan Ostojić Forward Stevan Ostojić was a Serbian football player, as forward and also football manager.

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Midfielder Jovan Miladinović is a former Serbian footballer. He was popularly known as Zoran and Zoki. During his club career he played for FK Partizan and 1. FC Nuremberg. He earned 17 caps for the ...more

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Defender Milan Čop is a former Croatian football player. He capped 10 times for Yugoslavia.

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Forward Ivan Toplak is a former Serbian football player and manager. He earned 1 cap for Yugoslavia.

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Petar Radaković Midfielder Petar Radaković was a Croatian football player. He got 19 caps for Yugoslavia. He is famous for scoring the winning goal in the 1962 World Cup quarter-final win against Germany. He spent his ...more

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Forward, Midfielder Luka Lipošinović is a former Yugoslavian football player. He got 13 caps for Yugoslavia. With Croatian club Dinamo from Zagreb Lipošinović took two Yugoslav championships and one Yugoslav cup. ...more

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Radivoje Ognjanović Forward Radivoje Ognjanović is a Serbian football manager and former player. He received 5 caps playing for Yugoslavia. With FK Partizan he won the Yugoslav Cup in 1952 and a national championship in

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Petar Nadoveza Forward Petar Nadoveza is a Croatian former football player and former manager. During his playing spell at Hajduk he was nicknamed "Pere, Splitski Pele" which meant "Pete, the

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Defender Marijan Brnčić is a former Croatian football player. He capped ten times for Yugoslavia.

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Branko Gračanin Defender Branko Gračanin is a former Croatian football player. He capped 10 times, scoring 1 goal for Yugoslavia.

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Defender Živorad Jevtić is a former Serbian football player. He capped 16 times for Yugoslavia.

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Defender Lazar Radović is a retired Montenegrin football player. He capped seven times for Yugoslavia.

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Forward Kosta Tomašević was a Yugoslavian football player. He got 10 caps for Yugoslavia.

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Forward Đorđe Pavlić is a Serbian former football striker.

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Forward Sava Antić was a Serbian football player and manager. He won the Yugoslav Cup 3 times, in 1953, 1955, and 1962, being the scorer in all the 3 cup finals. He started his career as a football ...more

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Goalkeeper Franjo Šoštarić was a Croatian football goalkeeper who competed internationally for Yugoslavia.

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Marko Valok Forward Marko Valok is a former footballer who represented Yugoslavia. He played club football in Yugoslavia with FK Partizan. He coached Burma, FK Partizan, Budućnost Titograd, Philadelphia Fury, FK ...more

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Slavko Luštica Wing half, Midfielder Slavko Luštica was a footballer who represented Yugoslavia at the 1952 Summer Olympics. He played club football in Yugoslavia with NK Osvit and Hajduk Split. Born in a small fishing community in ...more

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Midfielder Božidar Senčar was a Croatian football midfielder who started playing for his hometown club Dinamo Zagreb in Yugoslav First League in 1946. After spending a season and a half with Dinamo he was ...more

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Defender Ivan Šantek is a former Croatian football player. On the national level he played for Yugoslavia national team, and was a participant at the 1958 FIFA World Cup.

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Lev Mantula Midfielder Lev Mantula was a footballer who represented Yugoslavia at the 1954 FIFA World Cup. He played club football in Yugoslavia with FK Sarajevo, Dinamo Zagreb and NK Zagreb and in Switzerland with ...more

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Defender Tomislav Crnković was a Croatian footballer. He was born in Kotor in what was still the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. As a defender, he played for HAŠK, Metalac and Dinamo Zagreb. ...more

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Forward Todor "Toza" Veselinović is a former Serbian footballer and coach. He is one of the most renowned goalscorers in Yugoslavian national team history.

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Goalkeeper Ljubomir Lovrić was a Serbian football goalkeeper and later a football manager.

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Forward, Midfielder Branislav Vukosavljević was a Serbian football midfielder and later a football manager. On the national level he played for Yugoslavia national team and spent his club career with Red Star ...more

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Defender, Forward Željko Matuš is a former Croatian footballer. During his club career he played for NK Dinamo Zagreb, SC Young Fellows and FC Zürich. He earned 13 caps for the Yugoslavia national football ...more