Milan Antolković

Milan Antolković (Croatian pronunciation: [mǐlan antǒːlkoʋitɕ];[1][2] born 27 September 1915 in Zagreb, died 27 June 2007 in Zagreb) was a Croatian footballer who played international football for both the Croatian and Royal Yugoslav national teams.

Milan Antolković
Personal information
Date of birth (1915-09-27)27 September 1915
Place of birth Zagreb, Austria-Hungary
Date of death 27 June 2007(2007-06-27) (aged 91)
Place of death Zagreb, Croatia
Position(s) Forward
Youth career
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1931–1932 Građanski Zagreb
1933 Bata Borovo
1934–1945 Građanski Zagreb
1945 Dinamo Zagreb
National team
1937–1939 Yugoslavia 8 (1)
1940–1943 Croatia 10 (3)
Teams managed
1952–1953 Dinamo Zagreb
1957 Dinamo Zagreb
1959–1960 Dinamo Zagreb
1961–1964 Dinamo Zagreb
1965–1966 Yugoslavia
1966–1969 SW Bregenz
1969–1970 SC Tasmania 1900 Berlin
1970–1971 SW Bregenz
1972–1973 Osijek
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Football careerEdit


He began his career with NK Maksimir before moving to Građanski Zagreb in 1932. He also had a short spell with SK Bata Borovo in 1933. He played with Građanski as a striker until its disbanding in 1945.

During his international career with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia he was capped 8 times, scoring one goal. During the existence of the Independent State of Croatia he was capped for the Croatian national team 10 times, scoring three goals.


He was later a manager. His most famous managerial work may have been with Dinamo Zagreb with whom he won the Yugoslav Cup in 1960 and took to the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup finals in 1963. He won the Franjo Bučar State Award for Sport in 2003. He also coached SW Bregenz[3] and SC Tasmania 1900 Berlin.[4]

Table tennis careerEdit

He played for the Yugoslav national table tennis team during the 1933 Swaythling Cup.[5]


  1. ^ "mȉo". Hrvatski jezični portal (in Serbo-Croatian). Retrieved 17 March 2018. Mìlan
  2. ^ "Àntūn". Hrvatski jezični portal (in Serbo-Croatian). Retrieved 17 March 2018. Antólković
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  5. ^ "Swaythling Cup results".

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