|Full name||Ante Razov|
|Date of birth||March 2, 1974|
|Place of birth||Whittier, California, United States|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|1996–1997||Los Angeles Galaxy||6||(1)|
|→ Sacramento Scorpions (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 02:13, 27 October 2009 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Razov, who was born in a family of Croatian immigrants, spent his childhood in Fontana, California, attended Fontana High School, and went on to play college soccer at UCLA, before being drafted by the Los Angeles Galaxy in the third round of the 1996 MLS College Draft. He played two seasons in LA, but did not get much playing time, scoring just one goal, and signed with the expansion Chicago Fire prior to the 1998 season. During his time with the Galaxy, he went on loan with the Sacramento Scorpions of USISL.
Razov spent the next seven years with Chicago, save a brief period in 2001 that he spent with Spanish second division club Racing de Ferrol. In his seven years with the Fire he led the club in goals and points five times (including club record 18 goals and 42 points in 2000). He is the club's all-time leader with 76 goals and 190 points. Razov was named to the MLS Best XI in 2003. With Chicago, he won the MLS Cup in 1998 and the US Open Cup in 1998, 2000, and 2003. Following a disappointing 2004 season and clashes with head coach Dave Sarachan, Razov was traded to the Columbus Crew in exchange for Tony Sanneh. However, one blemish in Razov's career was being stopped from the penalty spot in the 2003 MLS Cup. The Fire went on to lose the game 4-2.
But Razov did not last long in Columbus. Even though he scored in the 2005 season opener, his tenure with the club lasted all of five games. Disagreement with head coach Greg Andrulis led to Razov's reuniting with his ex-coach with the Fire, Bob Bradley, at the MetroStars. He was acquired in exchanged for John Wolyniec and a partial allocation. After the season, Bradley acquired Razov again, for Thiago Martins and another partial allocation. Razov's 104 league goals stands third in MLS history through July 2007.
On April 21, 2007, Ante scored his 100th career regular season MLS goal. At 33 years old, he became the third player in MLS history to reach 100 goals. He trails only D.C. United's Jaime Moreno and the Columbus Crew's Jeff Cunningham having passed Jason Kreis. All three joined MLS at its inception in 1996. Ante Razov was hired to serve as the Los Angeles Galaxy's U14 head coach. Razov replaces Craig Harrington, who was their coach last season in their first year in the Southern California Development Soccer League.
Razov received his first cap with the U.S. national team on March 25, 1995 against Uruguay. Although he never played in the World Cup, he scored a couple of key goals in qualifiers, including one against Guatemala in 2000 and Trinidad and Tobago in 2001. Overall, Razov scored six goals in 25 caps for the US. Razov holds the distinction of being the last American soccer player to receive his first cap for the national team while still in college.
|1.||June 6, 2000||Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro, United States||Republic of Ireland||
|2.||June 11, 2000||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, United States||Mexico||
|3.||July 16, 2000||Estadio Carlos Salazar Hijo, Mazatenango, Guatemala||Guatemala||
|4.||November 15, 2000||Barbados National Stadium, Bridgetown, Barbados||Barbados||
|5.||June 20, 2001||Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro, United States||Trinidad and Tobago||
|6.||January 27, 2002||Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States||El Salvador||