|Date of birth||February 12, 1918|
|Place of birth||Belgrade, Kingdom of Serbia|
|Date of death||October 14, 1986(aged 68)|
|1946–1947||Red Star Belgrade|
|1954–1957||Red Star Belgrade|
|1975–1976||Red Star Belgrade|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Milovan Ćirić (12 February 1918 – 14 October 1986) was a Serbian football coach and former player. He was the first captain of Red Star Belgrade (1946–1947) but in June 1947, he moved to city rivals FK Partizan (1947–1948). With FK Partizan he won Yugoslav cup (1947). After finished his career as a player, Ćirić first worked as a coach in FK Partizan (1948–1951) as youth team manager.
Throughout his long career he's coached OFK Beograd (1951–1953), FK Partizan (1953/54), Yugoslavia national football team (from May to October 1954 as part of a 5-man commission along with Branko Pešić, Aleksandar Tirnanić, Leo Lemešić, and Franjo Wölfl as well as from December 1973 to July 1974 as part of another 5-man commission featuring Miljan Miljanić, Milan Ribar, Sulejman Rebac, and Tomislav Ivić), Red Star Belgrade (1954–1957, 1975/76), S.S. Lazio (1957/58), Hajduk Split (1958–1961, 1963/64), OFK Beograd (1961–1963, 1964/65), Israel national football team (1965–1968), Beşiktaş J.K. (1968/69), Aris FC (1969/71), Valencia CF (1974/75), India national football team (1985), etc.