|Date of birth||August 20, 1976|
|Place of birth||Skopje, Yugoslavia|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|1996-1999||Oklahoma City University|
|1999-2001||Wichita Wings (indoor)||52||(68)|
|2001-2005||Kansas City Comets (indoor)||136||(213)|
|2003||Milwaukee Wave United||23||(8)|
|2006-2007||Philadelphia KiXX (indoor)||34||(15)|
|2007-2008||Monterrey La Raza||28||(44)|
|2009||Milwaukee Wave (indoor)||7||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
In 1996, Delevski graduated from Capitol Hill High School. He was a 1996 All State High School soccer player at Capitol Hill. He attended Oklahoma City University where he was a 1999 Second Team NAIA All American soccer player. On January 25, 2000, Delevski signed with the Wichita Wings of the National Professional Soccer League. On August 20, 2001, the Kansas City Comets selected Delevski in the first round of the dispersal draft. Delevski signed with the Comets. He was selected as 2002 and 2003 NPSL MVP. During the 2000-2001 (final) season of the league, he made the National Conference team for the 2001 NPSL All-Star Game, held in Buffalo, New York (then home of the Buffalo Blizzard). In 2003, he played outdoors with the Milwaukee Wave United of the A-League. That year, he also became an American citizen. On September 22, 2005, the Philadelphia KiXX selected Delevski in the Dispersal Draft. Delevski did not sign with the KiXX until February 16, 2006. He had stayed with the KiXX for the 2007-2008 MISL II season with fellow Macedonian Sandre Naumoski, but then he would be traded to the Monterrey La Raza early in the season. In 2008, Delevski joined the Rockford Rampage of the National Indoor Soccer League. On February 25, 2009, the Rampage released Delevski. A week later, he signed with the Xtreme Soccer League which assigned him to the Milwaukee Wave.
- 1996 Oklahoma High School All State
- 1999 Second Team NAIA All American
- MISL MVP
- 2002, 2003
- First Team All MISL
- 2002, 2003, 2008
- Second Team All MISL
- 2004, 2005