|Full name||Srebrenko Repčić|
|Date of birth||December 1, 1954|
|Place of birth||Bosanski Šamac, FPR Yugoslavia|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|1979–1983||Red Star Belgrade||95||(25)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He started playing as senior with FK Borac Šamac having only 15 years and he also played for FK Sloga Doboj before moving to FK Sarajevo. He finished off his playing days with stints with Fenerbahçe (103 matches and 31 goals) in Turkey between 1983–1985, Standard Liege in Belgium and France with En Avant Guingamp. He earned one cap for the Yugoslavia national football team.
After impressing at FK Sarajevo, where he led the club's scoring charts for four seasons, Repčić, together with Radomir Savić, made a transfer to Red Star Belgrade in the summer of 1979. In his first season in Belgrade (1979/80), he scored 7 league goals in 33 appearances. He also had a memorable showing in that season's UEFA Cup round-of-16 second leg match versus Bayern Munich. Red Star was 0-2 down after 1st leg in Munich, but led 3-0 in the 50th minute of the return leg at Marakana courtesy of Repčić double and another goal by "Pižon" Petrović. Unfortunatelly, they couldn't hold on as Germans countered with two quick goals for 3-2 on the night that spelled painful exit for Red Star.
Repčić moved on from Red Star in the summer of 1983.
|Red Star Belgrade||1979/80||33||7||?||?||?||?||33||7|