|Date of birth||29 March 1929|
|Place of birth||Mostar, Kingdom of Yugoslavia|
|Date of death||17 November 2006(aged 77)|
|Place of death||Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He started playing football at FK Velež Mostar in 1947. In 1954, he moved to HNK Hajduk Split where he stayed for several seasons. He also played one season for FK Sarajevo. In total, he played more than 1000 games, scoring 620 goals. He is considered to be one of the most celebrated football players in history of Velež and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After retirement, he began his coaching career. He started in 1963 as a coach of Velež Mostar. Although they had never won a title, Velež Mostar was among the top Yugoslav clubs at the time. Players like Dušan Bajević, Enver Marić, Franjo Vladić (the 'BMV' trio), Džemal Hadžiabdić, Vahid Halilhodžić, Aleksandar Ristić, Boro Primorac, Vladimir Pecelj, Momčilo Vukoje, Ahmed Glavović, Dubravko Ledić, Jadranko Topić, Marijan Kvesić, Marko Čolić and Slobodan Mrgan all made their names under the guidance of Sulejman Rebac. In the 1977–78 season, he was a coach of FK Željezničar Sarajevo.
In December 1973, he was appointed to a coaching commission, alongside Miljan Miljanić, Milan Ribar, Tomislav Ivić and Milovan Ćirić, created to lead the Yugoslavia national team. As a part of it, he was present at the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
Sulejman Rebac died on 17 November 2006 in Mostar.
- Yugoslav Second League: 1977–78 (West)
- http://www.24sata.info/1691[permanent dead link]
- "Player Database". eu-football.info. Retrieved 2 May 2021.
- Fudbaleri i timovi 1975-76
- Na današnji dan rođen tvorac slavne generacije Veleža - Bljesak (in Bosnian)