|Full name||Fahrudin Jusufi|
|Date of birth||8 December 1939|
|Place of birth||Dragaš, Kingdom of Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1982–1985||SG Wattenscheid 09|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Fahrudin Jusufi (Serbian Cyrillic: Фахрудин Јусуфи; born 8 December 1939) is a former international footballer who played for Yugoslavia. He played as a full-back on both sides and was renowned for his never-say-die attitude, good defensive positioning and quality passing and technique. He is considered one of Yugoslavia's greatest defenders.
Jusufi was born in Zlipotok village near Dragaš (Vardarska Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia). During his career, he played for FK Partizan, Eintracht Frankfurt, Germania Wiesbaden and FC Dornbirn, retiring in 1972. He was part of the Partizan squad when they became vice-champions of Europe after losing the 1966 European Cup Final against Real Madrid.
In a 1991 interview for Serbian bi-weekly Tempo, Jusufi was asked if he is "experiencing any problems in regards to the current political situation" and "due to his ethnicity." Jusufi replied, "Why would I be experiencing any problems? I'm a Gorani, if that even interests anyone."
His son Sascha is also a retired professional footballer.
- FK Partizan
- Eintracht Frankfurt
- "Season 1965-66 and squad details". europeancuphistory.com. Retrieved 4 July 2012.
- "Jusufi, Fahrudin" (in German). kicker.de. Retrieved 19 February 2012.
- "Goranac sam. Ako to uopšte nekog i interesuje." (in Serbo-Croatian) (issue 1338). Tempo (Serbia magazine). 16 October 1991. p. 14.
- "ERIC BATTY’S WORLD XI – THE SIXTIES" Retrieved on 17 June 2016