|Full name||Hadis Zubanović|
|Date of birth||14 January 1978|
|Place of birth||Sarajevo, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Playing position||Forward (retired)|
|2002||FC Anzhi Makhachkala||1||(0)|
|2003||FK Velež Mostar||9||(4)|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina U21||15||(4)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
His career began in FK Željezničar. He started playing for the first team in 1995/1996 season as a youngster. He was regarded as one of the most promising forwards in Bosnian league. In 1999, he left for Turkey where he signed a contract with Karabükspor. After only half of a season, he returned to Željezničar where he stayed for two more years. Later, he played for Istanbulspor, Velež Mostar, Diba al-Hisn before he returned to Željezničar again in 2004. He did not stay there for long. He went to Poland at the end of that year.
The most memorable moment of his career is, without any doubt, the goal he scored in 89th minute for his favourite FK Željezničar on June 5, 1998 in a Bosnian championship play-off final game against FK Sarajevo. That was the only goal of the game which bring his club its first championship title in independent Bosnia-Herzegovina.
He also played for Bosnia-Herzegovina U21 national team.
- "Hadis Zubanović". 90 Minut. Retrieved 2008-11-16.