|Full name||Mate Dragičević|
|Date of birth||19 November 1979|
|Place of birth||Makarska, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|1997||→ NK Lučko (loan)||?||(?)|
|1997–1998||→ Inker Zaprešić (loan)||20||(9)|
|1999–2000||→ NK Croatia Sesvete (loan)||20||(15)|
|2008||DAC Dunajská Streda||9||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 May 2016
He has enjoyed successful stints at several clubs, with Croatian giants Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb the standouts and has won two Prva HNL Croatian First League championships. His season at Dinamo was stunted due to injury, however he made nineteen appearances for Hajduk Split between 2004-2006 scoring six goals, last season at Hajduk Split he was injured. He has won First Russian Division championship with FC Khimki.
At Perth Glory he had an unsuccessful season. Dragicevic scored one goal in the pre-season cup competition away to Central Coast Mariners, but was unable to find the back of the net during the regular season.
On 20 January, the closing day of the Iranian winter transfer season, Dragičević signed a 6-month contract with Persepolis F.C. in the Iran Pro League. He scored his first goal for Persepolis against Abu Moslem Mashhad after 88 minutes on 10 Feb. In his third match for Persepolis, he scored against Peykan after 18 minutes on 15 February.
At the start of the 2009/2010 season he joined HŠK Zrinjski Mostar, but got injured in his first game. He returned to action on 8 November against Leotar, as second-half substitute, and scored a goal in 3-0 Zrinjski victory.
Games for Zrinjski in European competitions
|1.||1 July 2010||Kostanay, Kazakhstan||FC Tobol||2-1||Mate Dragičević 53', 82'||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
|2.||8 July 2010||Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina||FC Tobol||2-1||Damir Džidić 11', Mile Pehar 72'||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
|3.||15 July 2010||Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina||Tre Penne||4-1||Ivanković 1', 21', Sušić 33', Zadro 38'||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
|4.||22 July 2010||Serravalle, San Marino||Tre Penne||9-2||Selimović 2x, Sušić, Žižović 3x, Zadro 2x, Šunjić||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
|5.||29 July 2010||Odense, Denmark||Odense Boldklub||3-5||Zadro 15', 71', Žižović 65'||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
|6.||6 August 2010||Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina||Odense Boldklub||0-0||N/A||UEFA Europa League Qualification|
- 2002/03 with Dinamo Zagreb (First Croatian league)
- 2004/05 with Hajduk Split (First Croatian league)
- 2005/06 with Khimki Moscow (First Russian Division)
- 2007/08 with Persepolis (Iran Pro league)