Elsner with Domžale in 2012
|Full name||Luka Elsner|
|Date of birth||2 August 1982|
|Place of birth||Ljubljana, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|K.V. Kortrijk (manager)|
|–2002||OGC Nice B|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Growing up in France, Elsner began his career at OGC Nice, where he was part of the youth set-up and the reserve team. He later played for US Cagnes. In 2004, Elsner joined Domžale. He holds the club record for competitive appearances. Elsner also later played for Austria Kärnten and Al-Muharraq, before finishing his career at Domžale in 2012.
Elsner was born into a footballing family. His grandfather, Branko, was a former footballer and manager, while his father, Marko, was a former footballer and the 1984 Summer Olympics bronze medal winner with Yugoslavia. His younger brother, Rok, is also a former professional footballer.
- As of match played 18 April 2021
|Domžale||21 August 2013||2 September 2016||131||57||36||38||43.51|
|Olimpija Ljubljana||2 September 2016||9 March 2017||19||13||3||3||68.42|
|Pafos||30 June 2017||21 January 2018||23||6||6||11||26.09|
|Union Saint-Gilloise||23 May 2018||19 June 2019||44||22||10||12||50.00|
|Amiens||19 June 2019||28 September 2020||37||7||14||16||18.92|
|K.V. Kortrijk[a]||31 January 2021||Present||11||4||1||6||36.36|
- Though Elsner was officially appointed on 31 January 2021, he was quarantined due to the COVID-19 pandemic protocols and until the end of his quarantine the matches were managed by his assistant Bart Meert. For statistical purposes, the table includes all K.V. Kortrijk games since his official appointment.
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Bart Meert zal tot zolang de spelersgroep leiden. [Bart Meert will lead the group for as long. ]
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De opvolger van Yves Vanderhaeghe verbleef nog in quarantaine, T2 Bart Meert stuurde een bijzonder offensieve ploeg het veld in. [The successor to Yves Vanderhaeghe was still in quarantine, T2 Bart Meert sent a particularly offensive team into the field.]
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