|Full name||Antonio Filevski|
|Date of birth||23 June 1966|
|Place of birth||Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He was the main goalkeeper in FK Vardar during almost the entire 1990s. The only exceptions were when he went to Portugal, for six months, in 1993, to play in Rio Ave, and, when he went, another six months, to Belgium, in 1996, to play in KV Mechelen. Since 1998, he played mostly in Serbia, first in FK Železnik for two seasons, and afterward, already before retiring, in the 1997/98 FR Yugoslav Champions FK Obilić. In between he had a six months spell in FK Belasica from Strumica.
Antonio had his first calls to play in the Macedonia national football team while still playing in FK Vardar, in the still early stages of the national team, and he was regular choice all until his retirement in 2001. In the meanwhile he played ten matches for the national team.
- Vardar Skopje
- Antonio Filevski at EU-Football.info
- Antonio Filevski – FIFA competition record
- Antonio Filevski at National-Football-Teams.com
- Profile at Worldfootball
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