|Date of birth||20 October 1963|
|Place of birth||Niš, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2009||Red Star Belgrade|
|2011–2012||Olympiacos (youth coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Siniša Gogić (Serbian Cyrillic: Синиша Гогић; Greek alphabet: Σίνισα Γκόγκιτς, born 20 October 1963) is a former Serbian-born Cypriot international football striker who played for Yugoslav clubs Radnički Niš and FK Rad, for the Greek football team Olympiacos (1997–2000), the Cypriot teams APOEL, Anorthosis Famagusta and Olympiakos Nicosia and Cyprus national football team. After finishing his playing career, he became manager.
Born in Niš, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia, Gogić begin his career there, and played for the Yugoslav First League clubs FK Radnički Niš and FK Rad. Gogic first went to Cyprus in 1989 and played for APOEL where he won the championship in his first season. The same year Gogic became top goalscorer of the Cypriot First Division with 19 goals. He stayed at APOEL for a few years where he won the championship again in 1991–92 and the Cypriot Cup in 1992–1993. In 1993, after an argument with the APOEL coach, he left APOEL for Anorthosis and became again top goal scorer, this time with 26 goals and the following season, he helped Anorthosis win the Championship (1994/95) for the first time in 32 years and scoring 24 goals (2nd top scorer). He had a great season in 1996/97 ( 14 goals in 13 games) which attracted the interest of Olympiacos Piraeus. He joined Olympiacos CFP at the age of 33, in 1997 from Cypriot side Anorthosis Famagusta and nobody could imagine his excellent attacking abilities.
He stayed at Olympiacos for 4 years, during which Olympiacos dominated the domestic league. Those four years Olympiacos became champions in Greece (1997–2000). 1998/99, was a greatest season for Olympiacos as the club won the Double and for first time reached the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League. Gogic was considered as one of the best Olympiacos players in the club's greatest achievement, in both Greek and European competitions. His nickname among the fans was "Pappous", which means "grandpa", because it was not until late in his career that he met with club success on a greater level.
In the first match against FC Porto, when Olympiacos was losing 2–0 away, he played for the last five minutes and he equalised by scoring Olympiacos' second goal. He scored other several goals in the Group stage and Olympiacos then faced Juventus in quarter finals. After 2–1 away defeat in Stadio delle Alpi, the result was giving enough chances for Olympiacos to qualify. Gogic played during whole match in the second leg, in Olympic Stadium (Athens) and during the first 15 minuted he scored Olympiacos goal. The result, which Olympiacos would have passed in semi-finals for first time, remained like that until 85th minute, when Antonio Conte equalised for Juventus and Olympiacos was eliminated.
One year later, Gogic left Olympiacos and returned to Cyprus, where he joined his favourite team APOEL again. In 2001–02 he helped his team once more to win the championship by scoring 16 goals in 26 appearances.
In 2002–2003, following financial differences with APOEL, he played for six months for Olympiakos Nicosia, where he ended his career. His son Alex Gogic is currently with Hamilton Academical, and formerly at Swansea City
At the age of 42 he became manager in Olympiacos' youth academies and after that at the age of 44 he was the manager of Cypriot team Apollon Limassol FC. On 14 September 2008 he was named as assistant coach at Red Star Belgrade, then on 9 May 2009 became the head coach at Red Star Belgrade, replacing Čedomir Janevski. On 12 June 2009, Gogic agreed with Panetolikos F.C. chairman Fotis Kostoulas to take over as manager of Panetolikos, replacing Vasilis Dalaperas. On 18 February 2010, he signed for Shenzhen Ruby. He managed the youth team of Olympiacos during the 2011–12 season.
- "Cyprus – Record International Players". rssf.com. 6 February 2008. Retrieved 15 May 2008.
- Siniša Gogić – golgeter i trener
- "Ο Σίνισα Γκόγκιτς ανέλαβε την τεχνική ηγεσία του Εργοτέλη (Sinica Gogic is the manager of Ergotelis)" (in Greek). Irakleio: In.gr. 28 June 2012. Archived from the original on 3 July 2012.
- "Η ΠΑΕ ΗΡΑΚΛΗΣ 1908 ανακοινώνει την πρόσληψη του προπονητή κ.Gogic Sinisa στην τεχνική ηγεσία του ΗΡΑΚΛΗ" (in Greek). Thessaloniki: fciraklis.gr. 29 May 2013. Archived from the original on 18 June 2013.
- Siniša Gogić at National-Football-Teams.com