Elvis Brajković

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Elvis Brajković
birthday June 12, 1969
place of birth RijekaSFRY
size 188 cm
position Defense
Years station Games (goals) 1
1991-1994 HNK Rijeka 86 (2)
1995-1996 TSV 1860 Munich 18 (0)
1996 HNK Rijeka 5 (0)
1997 Hellas Verona 10 (0)
1997-1998 Hajduk Split 34 (3)
1999 Santos Laguna 23 (0)
2000 Atlante 16 (1)
2000-2001 Hapoel Petach Tikwa 26 (1)
2001-2002 HNK Rijeka 19 (1)
2002-2003 NK Pomorac Kostrena 29 (1)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1994-1996 Croatia 8 (2)
1 Only league games are given.

Elvis Brajković (born June 12, 1969 in Rijeka ) is a former Croatian football player on the position of central defender .


Brajković began his career as a professional footballer in 1991 with his hometown club HNK Rijeka , with which he was initially under contract until 1994 and in the last season of his first leg at this club, to which he was to return twice (1996 and 2001/02) Cup final of the 1993/94 season reached. On the way there, the team from Rijeka eliminated the HNK Hajduk Split in the semi-finals and were only barely defeated (0: 2 and 1: 0) against record champions Croatia Zagreb in the finals, which Brajković played in full .

On December 16, 1994 Brajković signed a contract with TSV 1860 Munich , for which he played in the second half of the 1994/95 season and the entire 1995/96 season, before returning to Rijeka in the summer of 1996. In the spring of 1997 Brajković played for Hellas Verona and returned for the 1997/98 season back to his homeland, where he was this time under contract with Hajduk Split and was runner-up behind Croatia Zagreb.

Then Brajković moved to the Mexican league , where he was under contract in 1999 with Santos Laguna and in the first half of 2000 with Atlante .

About the Israeli club Hapoel Petah Tikva , where he was in the 2000/01 season under contract, returned Brajković to his home, where he then again one season (2001-02) for the HNK Rijeka and for NK Pomorac Kostrena played , with whom he was relegated from the first division at the end of the 2002/03 season and at the same time ended his active career.

Between 1994 and 1996 Brajković completed eight international appearances for the Croatian national team , in which he scored two goals. He was also part of Croatia's squad at the 1996 European Championship , but was not used there.

Individual evidence

  1. Profile at Fussballdaten.de
  2. Löwen-Elvis: "Return to sender ..." (article in TZ from January 5, 1995)
  3. ^ The Croatian season 1997/98 at RSSSF
  4. ^ Profile at Mediotiempo
  5. ^ The Croatian season 2002/03 on RSSSF

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