|Full name||Alen Stevanović|
|Date of birth||7 January 1991|
|Place of birth||Zürich, Switzerland|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|2000–2008||FK Radnički Beograd|
|2011||→ Toronto FC (loan)||12||(0)|
|2013–||→ Palermo (loan)||10||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:35, 10 March 2013 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Alen Stevanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ален Стевановић; born 7 January 1991) is a Swiss-born Serbian footballer who plays for Palermo, on loan from Torino. In international competition he represents Serbia.
His parents separated soon after his birth and he never knew his biological father. Immediately after the separation, he went to live with his grandfather, from whom he took the surname Stevanovic. His mother went to seek his fortune in Switzerland, while Alen, his grandmother and uncle fled from Bosnia to Serbia. He could not reach his mother in Zurich as he was not granted a visa and could only see her a year. His grandfather, who had worked both in Switzerland and had returned to Belgrade, died a year later at the age of 58 years. Until 2004-2005, as stated by himself, he was angry with life and this hindered the beginning of his playing career.
He married Dunja on November 20, 2013 became the father of Neva.
Stevanović started his professional career in Serbia at FK Radnički Obrenovac. In early 2009, a trial was arranged for him at Italian champions Internazionale, and after arriving in Milan on 9 January, Stevanović was signed by the club in February.
Due to the injuries incurred by Esteban Cambiasso, Sulley Muntari and Rene Krhin, Stevanović was named in the squad for the first league match after the winter break, against Chievo, but again didn't get any playing time.
A couple of days later, after Patrick Vieira left for Manchester City on 8 January 2010, Stevanović made his Serie A debut the very next day on 9 January at home versus Siena by coming on as a sub for Thiago Motta in the 67th minute. Head coach José Mourinho made the substitution in direct response to Siena taking the 3–2 lead on a goal scored two minutes earlier. By the end, Inter managed to overturn the score 4–3 with an injury time winner.
On 22 July 2010, Stevanović left for Serie B side Torino in co-ownership deal for €2 million., As part of the deal, Inter signed youngster Simone Benedetti in another co-ownership deal also for €2M.
On 24 March 2011, it was officially announced that Stevanović would join MLS club Toronto FC on loan. Stevanović made his debut for the club on 26 March 2011 in a 2-0 home victory against Portland Timbers. Following a 1-0 home defeat to Seattle Sounders FC on 18 June in which Stevanović earned his first start in nearly a month, the Serbian attacking midfielder was recalled by Torino.
On July 11, 2013 he moved to Palermo on loan with the right of redemption for the co-ownership, formalised the next day.
He made his debut in the rosanero jersey, during the second round of Coppa Italia won 2-1 against Cremonese, held on 11 August 2013, playing as a starter.
After taking part in 2 matches of the Serbian National Under-18 in 2008, March 3, 2010 made his debut in the National Under-21 Serbian .   On 12 October 2012, convened by the coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, makes his debut in the senior national team, succeeding 67 'to Zoran Tosic in defeat against Belgium .  
- As of 18 December 2013
|Serbia national team|
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- "Milito scores winner as Inter edge Al Hilal". inter.it. 2 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-10.
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- FC Internazionale Milano Report and Accounts on 31 June 2011 (Italian) Require purchase in CCIAA
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- "Toronto FC Signs Stevanovic And Plata | Toronto FC". Torontofc.ca. 24 March 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-19.
- "Martina Brace Leads The Way". Toronto FC. 26 March 2011. Retrieved 26 March 2011.
- "Stevanovic Heads back to Italy". Toronto FC. 19 June 2011. Retrieved 19 June 2011.