|Date of birth||1 September 1907|
|Place of birth||Sremska Mitrovica, Austro-Hungary|
|Date of death||20 December 1943(aged 36)|
|Place of death||Vršac, Yugoslavia|
|1924–1925||Građanski Sr. Mitrovica|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He started playing in Građanski Sremska Mitrovica. and in 1925 he moved to HŠK Građanski Zagreb where he becomes Yugoslav First League champion in 1926 and 1928. In 1929 he suffers a major injury in a national team match against France, and in 1931 he is operated by doctor Köln in Vienna becoming the first Yugoslav footballer to be operated to the meniscus. In 1931 he joins SK Jugoslavija where he plays until 1935 making 35 appearances and 12 goals. Afterwords he became a player/manager at another Belgrade club, FK Čukarički.
During the World War II, as a volksdeutscher, more precisely Croat of German origin, he was mobilised by the German authorities, however he tries to escape and join Yugoslav Partisans in the region of Srem, however he end up captured by the Gestapo and shot dead in Vršac on 20 December 1943.