|Full name||Zlatko Krmpotić|
|Date of birth||7 August 1958|
|Place of birth||
Belgrade, PR Serbia,|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in)|
|Red Star Belgrade|
|1977–1986||Red Star Belgrade||180||(7)|
|AIK Bačka Topola|
|AIK Bačka Topola|
|2005||Serbia and Montenegro U17|
|2015||TP Mazembe (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Between 1977 and 1986, Krmpotić spent nine seasons with Red Star Belgrade, making over 200 appearances in all competitions and winning five major trophies. He then moved abroad to Turkey and spent two seasons with Gençlerbirliği (1986–1988). Before retiring from the game, Krmpotić played for AIK Bačka Topola in his homeland.
At international level, Krmpotić represented Yugoslavia at the 1982 FIFA World Cup, making two appearances in the process, as the team finished third in Group 5. He previously won the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 1978.
During his managerial career, Krmpotić worked at numerous clubs in 12 countries, namely Serbia and its predecessors (AIK Bačka Topola, OFK Beograd in three spells, and Obilić), Sweden (Degerfors IF), FYR Macedonia (Sloga Jugomagnat), Turkey (Ankaragücü), Greece (Paniliakos), Cyprus (Nea Salamis), Kazakhstan (Kairat), Kuwait (Kazma), DR Congo (Don Bosco), Zambia (ZESCO United), Botswana (Jwaneng Galaxy), and South Africa (Royal Eagles). He also led the Serbia and Montenegro U17s (2005), as well as the Serbia U19s (2007–2008).
- Red Star Belgrade
- Best coach of the Democratic Republic of Congo championship 2016-2017
- Best coach of Zambian Superleague 2017-2018
- Best coach of Botswana Premier League 2018
- Best coach of Africa 2017-2018
- "Krmpotic flees Kairat under a cloud". uefa.com. 26 September 2002. Retrieved 10 December 2018.
- "Galaxy sack Serbian coach". weekendpost.co.bw. 23 July 2018. Retrieved 10 December 2018.
- "Krmpotić se izjasnio" (in Serbian). glas-javnosti.rs. 15 February 2005. Retrieved 10 December 2018.
- D. R. (30 October 2008). "As Zvezde protjeran jer "nema Hrvat što tražiti na Marakani, kao ni Srbin u Hajduku"". Index.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 5 January 2021.