Srećko Lisinac

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Srećko Lisinac
Srecko Lisinac 2014 01.jpg
Personal information
Nationality Serbian
Born (1992-05-17) May 17, 1992 (age 25)
Kraljevo, FR Yugoslavia
Height 2.05 m (6 ft 9 in)
Weight 90 kg (198 lb)
Spike 355 cm (140 in)
Block 342 cm (135 in)
Volleyball information
Position Middle blocker
Current club PGE Skra Bełchatów
Number 1
Years Teams
OK Ribnica Kraljevo
AZS Częstochowa
Berlin Recycling Volleys
PGE Skra Bełchatów
National team
2012– Serbia
Last updated: 3 September 2017

Srećko Lisinac (Serbian Cyrillic: Срећко Лисинац) (born 17 May 1992) is a Serbian volleyball player, a member of Serbia men's national volleyball team and Polish club PGE Skra Bełchatów, German Champion (2013).



In the 2013/2014 season, Lisinac won the title of German Champion with Berlin RV. In 2014, he moved to PGE Skra Bełchatów.[1] He won a title of Polish Champion 2014 with PGE Skra Bełchatów.[2] On October 8, 2014 his team won ENEA Polish SuperCup 2014.[3] On February 7, 2016 he played with PGE Skra and won the 2016 Polish Cup after beating ZAKSA in the final.[4] In April 2016 he was a member of the same team which won a bronze medal in the 2015–16 PlusLiga championship.[5]

National team[edit]

He is a bronze medalist of the European Championship 2013. On July 19, 2015 Serbian national team with him in squad went to the final of World League, but they lost with United States 0–3 and achieved silver medal.[6][7] Lisinac received individual award for the Best Middle Blocker ex-aequo with Maxwell Holt.[8]

Sporting achievements[edit]


National championships[edit]

National team[edit]



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Preceded by
Serbia Marko Podraščanin
Best Blocker of
CEV European Championship

Succeeded by
Not Awarded
Preceded by
United States David Lee
Brazil Lucas Saatkamp
Best Middle Blocker of
FIVB World League

ex aequo United States Maxwell Holt
ex aequo Brazil Maurício Souza
Succeeded by
France Kévin Le Roux
Canada Graham Vigrass
Preceded by
Bulgaria Teodor Todorov
Bulgaria Viktor Yosifov
Best Middle Blocker of
CEV European Championship

ex aequo Germany Marcus Böhme
Succeeded by