List of foreign footballers in top leagues of former Yugoslavia

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This is a list of foreign football players that have played in the Yugoslav First League or play in any of its successor top leagues:

In this list are also included the players with dual–nationalities and the ones born in the territory of ex–Yugoslavia, but have played for other, non–Yugoslav, national team.

Players in bold are the ones that have at least one cap for their senior national team.

Teams in bold are the current team of that player.


Albania Albania[edit]

Algeria Algeria[edit]

Angola Angola[edit]

Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Argentina Argentina[edit]

Armenia Armenia[edit]

Australia Australia[edit]

Austria Austria[edit]

Azerbaijan Azerbaijan[edit]

Belarus Belarus[edit]

Belgium Belgium[edit]

Benin Benin[edit]

Bolivia Bolivia[edit]

Brazil Brazil[edit]

Brunei Brunei[edit]

Bulgaria Bulgaria[edit]

Burkina Faso Burkina Faso[edit]

Cameroon Cameroon[edit]

Canada Canada[edit]

Cape Verde Cape Verde[edit]

Central African Republic Central African Republic[edit]

Chad Chad[edit]

Chile Chile[edit]

China China[edit]

Colombia Colombia[edit]

Congo Republic of the Congo[edit]

Congo D.R. Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

Costa Rica Costa Rica[edit]

Côte d'Ivoire Ivory Coast[edit]

Curaçao Curaçao[edit]

Cyprus Cyprus[edit]

Czech Republic Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark Denmark[edit]

Dominican Republic Dominican Republic[edit]

Ecuador Ecuador[edit]

Egypt Egypt[edit]

El Salvador El Salvador[edit]

England England[edit]

Estonia Estonia[edit]

Ethiopia Ethiopia[edit]

Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea[edit]

Finland Finland[edit]

France France[edit]

Gabon Gabon[edit]

Gambia The Gambia[edit]

Georgia Georgia (country)[edit]

Germany Germany[edit]

Ghana Ghana[edit]

Greece Greece[edit]

Guatemala Guatemala[edit]

Guinea Guinea[edit]

Guinea–Bissau Guinea-Bissau[edit]

Honduras Honduras[edit]

Hungary Hungary[edit]

Iceland Iceland[edit]

Iran Iran[edit]

Israel Israel[edit]

Italy Italy[edit]

Jamaica Jamaica[edit]

Japan Japan[edit]

Jordan Jordan[edit]

Kazakhstan Kazakhstan[edit]

Kenya Kenya[edit]

Korea D.P.R. North Korea[edit]

Korea Republic South Korea[edit]

Kuwait Kuwait[edit]

Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Latvia Latvia[edit]

Liberia Liberia[edit]

Libya Libya[edit]

Liechtenstein Liechtenstein[edit]

Lithuania Lithuania[edit]

Luxembourg Luxembourg[edit]

Malawi Malawi[edit]

Mali Mali[edit]

Malta Malta[edit]

Mauritania Mauritania[edit]

Mexico Mexico[edit]

Moldova Moldova[edit]

Mozambique Mozambique[edit]

Namibia Namibia[edit]

Netherlands Netherlands[edit]

Nigeria Nigeria[edit]

Norway Norway[edit]

Palestine State of Palestine[edit]

Panama Panama[edit]

Paraguay Paraguay[edit]

Peru Peru[edit]

Poland Poland[edit]

Portugal Portugal[edit]

Romania Romania[edit]

Russia Russia[edit]

Rwanda Rwanda[edit]


Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia[edit]

Scotland Scotland[edit]

Senegal Senegal[edit]

Sierra Leone Sierra Leone[edit]

Singapore Singapore[edit]

Slovakia Slovakia[edit]

South Africa South Africa[edit]

South Sudan South Sudan[edit]

Spain Spain[edit]

Suriname Suriname[edit]

Syria Syria[edit]

Sweden Sweden[edit]

Switzerland Switzerland[edit]

Tajikistan Tajikistan[edit]

Togo Togo[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Tunisia Tunisia[edit]

Turkey Turkey[edit]

Uganda Uganda[edit]

Ukraine Ukraine[edit]

United States United States[edit]

Uruguay Uruguay[edit]

Uzbekistan Uzbekistan[edit]

Venezuela Venezuela[edit]

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe[edit]


See talk–page.

Related pages[edit]


The players that played in the major clubs before 1923 and in the top leagues formed during World War II, are also included.

External sources[edit]

The list lacks inline citations cause it would make her too long. However the entire list was created using, besides anuaries and monografies, the following sources: