December 10, 1960 |
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
|1982–1988||Partizan (women's team)|
|1994–1997||Stadium Casablanca (women's)|
|1997||Cajalon Zaragoza (women's)|
|1997–1998||FC Porto (women's team)|
|1998–2000||Crvena zvezda (women's team)|
|2008–2009||Al Naser Dubai|
|2010–2011||Al Madena Tripoli|
|2011–2012||Al Wasl Dubai|
|Career highlights and awards|
Antić played basketball in Partizan Belgrade, but unfortunately his career as a basketball player ended, due to an injury, before he was able to join the senior team.
Antić’s coaching career started in 1981 as the junior team assistant coach in club Voždovac in Belgrade. The following season he moved to the Partizan women's team, with whom he won three Yugoslav League championships (in 1983, 1984 and 1985), two Yugoslav Women's Basketball Cups (in 1984 and 1985), also as the head coach of the Partizan U-16 team, he won first Yugoslav Cadet Championship in the club’s history.
Antić worked in Libya, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia for several years. In Libya he served as the head coach of three teams of the Libyan Division I League (Al Ittihad Tripoli, Al Nasr Benghazi and Al Madena Tripoli) as well as of the Libyan national team. In Dubai, he coached the Al Naser and the Al Wasl of the UAE League for one season each. He was awarded the title "The Best Coach" at the Dubai International Tournament (2008). During 2009–10 season, he coached the Al-Ahli Jeddah of the Saudi Premier League and won the Saudi Arabia Prince Faisal bin Fahad Cup.