|Full name||Srđan Đekanović|
|Date of birth||8 January 1983|
|Place of birth||Belgrade, Yugoslavia|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|2002||→ Zmaj Zemun (loan)||22||(0)|
|2010||Serbian White Eagles Vancouver|
|2010–2013||UBC Thunderbirds (asst)|
|2011||USL Super 20 Revolution|
|2011–2012||CCB U18 Boys|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Djekanovic runs the Primo Sports Soccer Academy and is the first player to play for all three Canadian professional teams.
Early career in Europe
Djekanovic played two seasons of college soccer for the University of British Columbia, with whom he won the CIS National Championships in 2005. At the same time he played for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, with whom he also won the USL First Division Championship in 2006.
On 2 June 2007, Djekanovic made his first ever MLS start in goal in a match versus the Colorado Rapids. He recorded his first victory as his Toronto FC won 2–1, and he earned his first clean sheet on 17 June 2007 in a 4–0 Toronto FC win over FC Dallas. Toronto FC finished the 2007 season with the team record 6–17–7, while the team record with Djekanovic starting was 2–3–2, with 1.28 goals against average, both by far being the team best. Djekanovic also played in 10 reserve team games during the 2007 season while with Toronto FC, not allowing a goal in his last 6 games played with the reserves.
Following the 2007 MLS season, he returned to UBC and backstopped them to yet another national championship. On 28 February 2008, Djekanovic was signed to his former team, the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. On 13 August 2008, Djekanovic was released by the Whitecaps. After leaving the Whitecaps, Djekanovic had been linked with a move to Houston Dynamo of the MLS.
He is the first player in Canadian soccer history to play for Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Montreal Impact and Toronto FC.
Despite being born in Yugoslavia, Djekanovic is a naturalized Canadian citizen. He made three appearances for the Canadian U20 national team in 2003. He was called up to the senior side to face Jamaica on 31 January 2010 but remained on the bench.
In 2013, Djekanovic taught as a TOC at Alderson Elementary (Coquitlam, BC). Also he taught briefly at Ridgeview Elementary (West Vancouver, BC), and at Pinetree Way Elementary as a TOC and a part-time teacher.
- Montreal Impact
- Vancouver Whitecaps
- UBC Thunderbirds
- CIS Canadian Interuniversity Sport Championship: 2005, 2007