Aleksandar Živković (footballer, born 1912)
|Full name||Aleksandar Živković|
|Date of birth||25 December 1912|
|Place of birth||Orašje, Austria-Hungary|
|Date of death||25 February 2000(aged 87)|
|Place of death||Zagreb, Croatia|
|1931–32||Grasshopper Club Zürich|
|1931–35||Kingdom of Yugoslavia||15||(15)|
|1940||Banovina of Croatia||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Aleksandar Živković (25 December 1912, in Orašje – 25 February 2000, in Zagreb) was a Croatian footballer. Domestically he played for Croatian clubs Concordia Zagreb and Građanski Zagreb while abroad he played for Grasshopper Club Zürich and RCF Paris, CA Paris and FC Sochaux-Montbéliard.
One of the top goalscorers in the Royal Yugoslavian championship with 34 goals from 1929-35, Živković was capped 15 times for the Yugoslavian national team and once for the Croatian national team in 1940.
Živković was one of seven Croatian players to boycott the Yugoslavian national team at the 1930 FIFA World Cup after the Football Association of Yugoslavia was moved from Zagreb to Belgrade. Živković was the top scorer at the 1932 Balkan Cup, with 5 goals.
During the Second World War, Živković had served as a diplomat in the Independent State of Croatia's embassies in Berlin and Budapest. In 1945, after the war, he migrated to South Africa, where he lived until 1993, when he moved back to the newly independent Republic of Croatia. He died in Zagreb in 2000, aged 87, and was interred in Mirogoj cemetery.