Božić with Újpest in 2008
|Full name||Mario Božić|
|Date of birth||25 May 1983|
|Place of birth||Tuzla, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|2007–2008||Bosnia and Herzegovina||2||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 January 2016.
At international level, Božić made two appearances for Bosnia and Herzegovina between 2007 and 2008.
Born in Tuzla, Božić moved to Serbia at an early age and started his senior career with Loznica. He also played for Radnički Stobex and Beograd, before moving to Hungarian club Fehérvár in the summer of 2004. As a regular member of the first team, Božić helped them win the 2005–06 Magyar Kupa. He also made over 100 appearances for the club in all competitions. In the 2008 winter transfer window, Božić was transferred to Újpest. He spent a total of five years in the country, amassing 126 league appearances and scoring 15 goals.
In the summer of 2009, Božić moved to Slovakia and signed with Slovan Bratislava. He spent two seasons in the country and won four major trophies with the club.
In June 2011, Božić signed with Israeli club Ashdod, but failed to make any appearance for the club. He returned to Serbia in the 2012 winter transfer window and surprisingly signed with Borac Čačak. However, after only a few weeks, Božić left the club without making his debut and moved to Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua.
In March 2007, Božić received his first call-up for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team. He made his international debut on 8 September 2007, coming on as a substitute for Darko Maletić in a 0–1 loss to Hungary. Božić made one more appearance for the national team in 2008.
|Hungary||NB I||Magyar Kupa||Europe||Total|
|Slovakia||Super Liga||Slovak Cup||Europe||Total|
|China||Super League||FA Cup||Asia||Total|
|Azerbaijan||Premier League||Azerbaijan Cup||Europe||Total|
- Magyar Kupa: 2005–06
- Slovan Bratislava
- "Mario Božič prestupuje zo Slovanu Bratislava do tímu najvyššej izraelskej súťaže" (in Slovak). sport.aktuality.sk. 16 June 2011. Retrieved 26 November 2012.
- "'New team' set for Oslo trip". uefa.com. 15 March 2007. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
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