|birthday||March 2, 1986|
|place of birth||Slovenj Gradec , SFR Yugoslavia|
|–2005||NK Rudar Velenje|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2003-2006||NK Rudar Velenje||52 (6)|
|2006-2008||NK Celje||26 (2)|
|2008-2009||NK Drava Ptuj||18 (1)|
|2009-2011||Saturn Ramenskoye||9 (2)|
|2010-2011||→ Willem II Tilburg (loan)||16 (1)|
|2011–2012||CSKA Sofia||2 (0)|
|2012-2013||NK Domžale||23 (2)|
|2013-2015||FC Koper||56 (4)|
|2016||Yokohama FC||6 (0)|
|2016-2017||NK Domžale||11 (2)|
|2018||SK Austria Klagenfurt||12 (0)|
|2018–||NK Fužinar||0 (0)|
|2004-2007||Slovenia U-20||3 (0)|
|2006||Slovenia U-21||1 (0)|
1 Only league games are given.
As of May 18, 2018
Halilović began his career at NK Rudar Velenje . For Velenje he made his debut in June 2003 in the 1st SNL , when he was on the 33rd match day of the 2002/03 season against NK Šmartno in the starting line-up. At the end of the season he had to relegate to the 2nd SNL with the club . In 2005 he rose again to the highest Slovenian league with Rudar Velenje.
After the club was relegated again, he moved to the 2006/07 season for the first division club NK Celje . For Celje, he completed 26 league games in two seasons, in which he scored two goals.
In 2008 he joined the league competitor NK Drava Ptuj . In spring 2009 he moved to Russia to Saturn Ramenskoye . In summer 2010 it was awarded to Willem II Tilburg in the Netherlands . After the loan ended, he moved to CSKA Sofia in Bulgaria in 2011 . After only two appearances in A Grupa for CSKA , he returned to Slovenia in January 2012, where he joined the NK Domžale .
In 2013 he joined FC Koper . In October 2015 he left the club.
In January 2016, Halilović moved to the Japanese second division club Yokohama FC . After six games in the J2 League , he returned to NK Domžale in the summer of 2016. After the 2016/17 season he left Domžale.
During the winter break of the 2017/18 season he moved to the Austrian regional league team SK Austria Klagenfurt . With Klagenfurt he was able to move up to the second division at the end of the season . After the rise he left Klagenfurt.
In August 2018 he returned to Slovenia and joined the second division club NK Fužinar .
- Denis Halilović in the database of weltfussball.de
- Denis Halilović in the database of transfermarkt.de
- Denis Halilović in the Prva Liga database
- Denis Halilović in the NZS database (Slovenian)
- Denis Halilovič za dve leti v Kopru regionalobala.si, on August 7, 2013, accessed on June 17, 2018
- DF デ ニ ス ハ リ ロ ヴ ィ ッ チ 選手 加入 の お 知 ら せ yokohamafc.com, January 11, 2016, accessed June 17, 2018
- Austria Klagenfurt: King transfer with Euro League experience and three more players for Polanz! ligaportal.at, February 7, 2018, accessed June 17, 2018
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Slovenian soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 2, 1986|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Slovenj Gradec , SFR Yugoslavia|