|Date of birth||26 January 1912|
|Place of birth||Beška, Austro-Hungary|
|Date of death||1 January 1948(aged 35)|
|Place of death||Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia|
|1934||Kingdom of Yugoslavia||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Radivoj Božić (Serbian Cyrillic: Радивој Божић) (26 January 1912 – 1948) was a Serbian Yugoslavia international football player. After finishing his football career he became a military pilot in the Royal Yugoslav Air Force and during the Second World War for the Yugoslav Partisans.
Born in Beška, Austro-Hungarian Empire (nowadays in Serbia), he started playing in SK Jugoslavija in 1930. In 1932 he moved to BSK Beograd and a year later he won the 1932–33 Yugoslav First League playing as a left-back. During the late 1930s until 1941 he played with FK Vojvodina.
Radivoj Božić played one matches for the Yugoslav national team. It was played in Athens, Greece, on December 225, 1934, in a 1934–35 Balkan Cup match against Bulgaria, a 4-3 win. Yugoslavia won the tournament that year.
- BSK Beograd
He graduated on October 12, 1938 at the Royal Yugoslav Air Force military academy and became military pilot. During Second World War he joined the air force of the Yugoslav Partisans, however he got captured by the Germans who sent him to Germany. It is not exactly known when and why he returned to Belgrade, but allegedly because of treason, he was shot by the new Yugoslav authorities in 1948.
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