|birthday||March 9, 1969|
|place of birth||Zagreb , SFR Yugoslavia|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1988-1994||Dinamo Zagreb / Croatia Zagreb||148 (14)|
|1996-1997||KFC Uerdingen 05||31(2)|
|2002||SK Sturm Graz||14(1)|
|2002-2003||Nagoya Grampus Eight||51(3)|
|Stations as a trainer|
|2011-2013||Al-Wahda (assistant coach)|
|2016–||NK Istra Pula|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Andrej Panadić spent the early years of his career at Dinamo Zagreb . The defensive player's first stop abroad was Chemnitzer FC in 1994 , where he was able to establish himself immediately as a leading player. After the Saxons were relegated from the 2nd Bundesliga , Panadić moved to league rivals KFC Uerdingen 05 in 1996 .
After only one year at Grotenburg , Panadić signed on with Bundesliga club Hamburger SV in 1997 . The Croatian spent his most successful time in Hamburg, the greatest success being reaching third place in 2000. In 2002 Panadić left HSV in the direction of Sturm Graz , which he also turned his back on after a short time. The last stop of his career was the Japanese club Nagoya Grampus Eight , where he ended his career in 2003.
In the summer of 2008 he became the coach of the Austrian first division soccer team LASK Linz , where he was released on October 27, 2008.
His son Mateo (* 1994) is also a soccer player.
- Bundesliga: 101 games (5 goals)
- 2nd Bundesliga: 110 games (9 goals)
- Profile at the Serbian Association (Serbian)
- Hamburger Morgenpost: Panadic is subject to Liga Primus Dinamo Zagreb , accessed on March 3, 2016
- CFC tests son of ex-star Panadic tag24.de, on November 11, 2014, accessed on January 13, 2017
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Croatian soccer player and coach|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 9, 1969|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Zagreb|