Artur Dubravčić (15 September 1894 – 14 March 1969) was a Croatian footballer. When Dubravčić was still in high school in Karlovac, he was one of the founders and first players of the ŠK Olimpija Karlovac football club, which was established in 1908. During World War I he moved to Zagreb and joined local side Concordia, where he spent most of his professional career.

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  • Artur Dubravčić, né le 15 septembre 1894 à Vrbovsko (en Croatie, alors en Autriche-Hongrie) et mort le 14 mars 1969 à Zagreb, est un footballeur international yougoslave. Il évolue comme milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • А́ртур Ду́бравчич (хорв. Artur Dubravčić; 15 сентября 1894, Врбовско, Горски Котар, Австро-Венгрия — 14 марта 1969, Загреб, СФРЮ) — югославский хорватский футболист, полузащитник. Первый в истории капитан сборной Югославии (Королевства СХС) и автор её самого первого гола. Участник Олимпийских игр 1920 и 1924 годов. (ru)
  • Artur Dubravčić (15 September 1894 – 14 March 1969) was a Croatian footballer. When Dubravčić was still in high school in Karlovac, he was one of the founders and first players of the ŠK Olimpija Karlovac football club, which was established in 1908. During World War I he moved to Zagreb and joined local side Concordia, where he spent most of his professional career. Dubravčić made history by being the first captain of Yugoslavia national football team in the team's inaugural match, a 7–0 defeat versus Czechoslovakia on 28 August 1920, at the 1920 Summer Olympics, and he also scored their first ever goal (against Egypt, five days later). He went on to appear and captain the team nine times in Yugoslavia's first 10 matches in the period between 1920 and 1924. After retiring from football he worked as a football referee, sports journalist for Sportske novosti and correspondent for Politika, and a football official. He had died suddenly in 1969, just days before he was supposed to be given a life achievement award as part of Football Association of Yugoslavia's 50th anniversary celebration. (en)
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  • Artur Dubravčić, né le 15 septembre 1894 à Vrbovsko (en Croatie, alors en Autriche-Hongrie) et mort le 14 mars 1969 à Zagreb, est un footballeur international yougoslave. Il évolue comme milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • А́ртур Ду́бравчич (хорв. Artur Dubravčić; 15 сентября 1894, Врбовско, Горски Котар, Австро-Венгрия — 14 марта 1969, Загреб, СФРЮ) — югославский хорватский футболист, полузащитник. Первый в истории капитан сборной Югославии (Королевства СХС) и автор её самого первого гола. Участник Олимпийских игр 1920 и 1924 годов. (ru)
  • Artur Dubravčić (15 September 1894 – 14 March 1969) was a Croatian footballer. When Dubravčić was still in high school in Karlovac, he was one of the founders and first players of the ŠK Olimpija Karlovac football club, which was established in 1908. During World War I he moved to Zagreb and joined local side Concordia, where he spent most of his professional career. (en)
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  • Дубравчич, Артур (ru)
  • Artur Dubravčić (en)
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