|Date of birth||19 November 1969|
|Place of birth||Žminj, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He made five appearances for the Croatia national team during his playing career.
He was born in the village of Žminj in Istria and started his professional career at the club Istra Pula in early 1992. He left the club after two seasons for Dinamo Zagreb, where he spent another two seasons before moving to Osijek in July 1995. After one season with Osijek, he moved abroad by signing with French club Sochaux in July 1996. He scored a total of 57 goals in five seasons of playing in the Croatian First League.
He made his debut for the Croatian national team in a friendly match against Hungary on 10 April 1996 in Osijek and also managed to score his first and only international goal in this match. He was subsequently also part of the Croatian squad at the UEFA Euro 1996 finals in England, but made only one appearance at the tournament by playing the first half of the final group match against Portugal. He subsequently appeared in only two more matches for the Croatian national team, playing as a substitute in a 1996 friendly against Morocco as well as in the Croatian team's first UEFA Euro 2000 qualifier against the Republic of Ireland on 5 September 1998. In all, he won a total of five international caps and scored one goal for Croatia.
At club level, he left Sochaux in June 1997 after one season of playing for the club and went on to sign with German Bundesliga side Hansa Rostock. In a season and half of playing for Hansa, Pamić appeared in a total of 37 Bundesliga matches and managed to score 13 goals for the club in the league. With the beginning of the year 1999, he transferred to Austrian Bundesliga side Grazer AK and continued to play for the club before he finished his career as a player in the autumn of 2001, playing his last league match on 21 October 2001 against Rapid Wien. In two half-seasons and two entire seasons of playing for GAK, he appeared in a total of 66 Bundesliga matches and scored 23 goals.
Shortly after retiring from football as a player, Pamić started his managerial career in the sport. He was the head coach of Croatian Third League side NK Žminj in 2002 and 2003, going on to move to Croatian Second League side NK Pula in early 2004, helping them to clinch promotion to the Croatian First League for the 2004–05 season.
Pamić left Pula in the winter break of the 2005–06 season and returned to Žminj in 2006, spending a season with the club. In 2007, he was appointed head coach at Karlovac, with whom he clinched promotion to the Croatian First League in 2009.
|NK Istra||1992||Prva HNL||11||5||3||0||–||–||14||5|
|Croatia Zagreb||1993–94||Prva HNL||1||0||1||0||1||0||–||3||0|
|NK Pazinka||1993–94||Prva HNL||23||18||1||0||–||–||24||18|
|Croatia Zagreb||1994–95||Prva HNL||27||10||7||3||2||1||2[a]||0||38||14|
|NK Osijek||1995–96||Prva HNL||25||17||3||0||2||0||–||30||17|
|Grazer AK||1998–99||Austrian Bundesliga||11||1||1||0||–||–||12||1|
- As of 25 October 2020
|NK Pula 1856||July 2004||October 2006||46||9||18||19||19.57|
|NK Karlovac||July 2007||March 2011||123||69||24||30||56.10|
|NK Istra 1961||March 2011||October 2015||173||55||49||69||31.79|
|FC Koper||October 2016||June 2017||24||6||12||6||25.00|
|NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac||July 2017||May 2018||33||8||10||15||24.24|
|OFK Titograd||July 2018||January 2019||19||9||5||5||47.37|
|NK GOŠK Gabela||August 2020||October 2020||10||2||2||6||20.00|
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- Igor Pamić at the Croatian Football Federation
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- "Former Croatian Youth International Alen Pamic (23) Tragically Dies". CroatiaWeek. 22 June 2013.
- "Igor Pamić statistics". povijest.gnkdinamo.hr. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
- "Igor Pamić". hrnogomet.com. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
- "Igor Pamić national team statistics". hns-cff.hrr. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
- "Igor Pamić Managerial statistics in Prva HNL". hrnogomet.com. Retrieved 25 October 2020.