|Date of birth||26 September 1919|
|Place of birth||Fiume, Italian Carnaro|
|Date of death||4 May 1949(aged 29)|
|Place of death||Superga, Italy|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Fiume, Loik began his career with Fiumana. He made his Serie A debut with Milan in 1937, and after three seasons, moved to Venezia. In Venice, he formed a notable partnership with Valentino Mazzola, and won the Coppa Italia in 1941. The following season, he moved to Torino, where he immediately won the domestic double and five consecutive Serie A titles.
Loik was born in Fiume (then part of Italy, current Rijeka, Croatia). He played as a midfielder, debuting for U.S. Fiumana aged 17 in the 1936–37 serie C tournament. After three seasons in Serie A with A.C. Milan, he moved to Venezia, where he obtained a third place and a Coppa Italia in 1941.
With the Grande Torino side, Loik won five consecutive Serie A scudetti and one further Coppa Italia (1942–43), until dying with most of the team in the Superga air disaster near Turin, on 4 May 1949, which also made up much of the Italian national team at the time.
Loik was also capped nine times for the Italy national football team between 1942 and 1949, scoring four goals.
- Coppa Italia: 1940–41
- "Loik, Ezio" (in Italian). Enciclopedia del Calcio. Retrieved 30 May 2015.
- "Nazionale in cifre: Loik, Ezio" (in Italian). FIGC. Retrieved 30 May 2015.
- "DREAM TEAM: Asevi s Kantride: Idealna momčad Rijeke". Novi list. 29 August 2011. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
- Statistics at Enciclopedia del Calcio website (in Italian)