Andrija Kaluđerović (Serbian Cyrillic: Андрија Калуђеровић; born 5 July 1987) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays for FC Thun, as a striker.
Although he was considered as one of most talented young attackers, he didn't got a much chance in OFK Beograd side. After entering senior status, he spent several seasons on loan spells. When coach Mihajlo Ivanović, took charge of OFK Beograd, Kaluđerović was released. Other Serbian SuperLiga team from Belgrade, Rad snapped him. Although he had a good season, striker didn't enter national side for UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Sweden. In 2008, Kaluđerović was member of Serbia squad for 2008 Summer Olympics in Shanghai.
Red Star Belgrade
In 2010, he joined Red Star Belgrade. Since then, he has scored thirteen league goals for his new club, equalling Ivica Iliev's record of 13 goals scored in the 2010–11 season. After spending two years in Red Star, he decided to advance his professional career in the Far East. In February 2012, he transferred to the runner-up team of 2011 Chinese Super League, Beijing Guoan for an undisclosed fee.
On 7 April 2010 he played his first match for the Serbian national team in a friendly match against Japan. He wasn't included in the team the caretaker of the Serbia national football team, Radovan Ćurčić, announced on 4 November 2011, for two friendly matches, against Mexico and Honduras. He was additionally called-up alongside Adem Ljajić and Nemanja Tomić.
In January 2010 he married Serbian TV host Milica Stanišić.
- As of 30 November 2013
- Serbian SuperLiga Team of the Year (1): 2010–11
- Serbian SuperLiga Top Scorer (1): 2010–11
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