|Full name||Budimir Vujačić|
|Date of birth||4 January 1964|
|Place of birth||Titograd, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Titograd, Montenegro, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Vujačić grew up in Petrovac na Moru, and began his football career with local outfit OFK Petrovac. In 1985, aged 21, he moved abroad, playing three solid seasons for SC Freiburg in the German second division.
In January 1988, Vujačić returned home and signed with FK Vojvodina. He was a member of the team that won the Yugoslav First League in 1989. In June 1989. he joined FK Partizan. At the Belgrade outfit, he was an everpresent defensive figure (also contributing with 10 league goals during his spell), as the team won one cup and the first edition of the championship after the creation of Serbia and Montenegro, with Partizan leading second-placed neighbours Red Star by 14 points, whilst only conceding 20 goals in 36 matches.
Vujačić then joined Sporting Clube de Portugal, winning the Portuguese Cup in the only season in which he was a regular starter (29 matches, two goals). He retired from football in 1998 at the age of 34, after a short spell in Japan with Vissel Kobe.
Vujačić made his senior national team debut for SFR Yugoslavia on 27 May 1989, in a friendly match against Belgium (0–1 loss in Brussels) – he played the entire second half. He was later included to UEFA Euro 1992, but the nation would be suspended due to the Yugoslav Wars. In total, he gained a total of 12 caps (eight plus four for the newly created FR Yugoslavia), but did not attend any major international tournament.
|1993–94||Sporting CP||Primeira Liga||16||2|
|1997||Vissel Kobe||J1 League||14||0|
|SFR Yugoslavia national team|
|FR Yugoslavia national team|
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