|Full name||Aleksandar Kristić|
|Date of birth||October 5, 1970|
|Place of birth||Valjevo, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Buriram United (Assistant Coach)|
|1991–1994||Red Star Belgrade||51||(11)|
|1997–1998||Red Star Belgrade||15||(1)|
|OFK Beograd (youth)|
|2008–2010||Red Star Belgrade (assistant)|
|2010||Red Star Belgrade|
|2011||Red Star Belgrade (youth)|
|2014–||Buriram United(Assistant Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Aleksandar Kristić (Serbian Cyrillic: Aлeкcaндap Kpиcтић ;born 5 October 1970 in Valjevo) is a former Serbian international footballer. He won the last edition of SFR Yugoslav First League in 1992. Also played twice in Serie A for Salernitana, and scored only goal 30 seconds after entering game on debut match, in victory 4-0 against Bologna.
He capped once for FR Yugoslavia against Argentina in 1998.
After retirement as a player, he gained experience coaching, OFK Beograd, and Hajduk Beograd. In 2008, he was appointed as assistant coach to Zdeněk Zeman in Red Star Belgrade, and remained in same position at the club even after the Czech's departure. He was the head coach of FK Napredak Kruševac.
- (Serbian) http://www.zerodic.com/autor/fudbal_1945-1992/igraci/igraci_k.htm
- (Serbian) http://www.reprezentacija.rs/reprezentativci/Kristic-Aleksandar.htm
- Aleksandar Kristić Stats at Utakmica.rs
- Aleksandar Kristić at National-Football-Teams.com
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