Ante Razov

Ante Razov ( born March 2, 1974 in Whittier, United States) is a former American football player.


Razov grew up in California and played at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was discovered by Los Angeles Galaxy. In the two years that he stood there under contract he came rarely used, which is why he moved to Chicago Fire SC 1998.

The years in Chicago were successful for him at his. He was five times top scorer of his team, won the 1998 U.S. Open Cup and was named the MLS Cup in 1998, 2000 and 2003 MLS Best XI in 2003 in the team. After he had made in the 2000/01 season at the Spanish second division club stopover Racing de Ferrol, he remained in Chicago until 2004, when he was sold to a disappointing season on the Columbus Crew.

Further stations were the New York Red Bulls and Chivas USA, where he is under contract since 2006.

2010 ended Razov his career.

His first cap for the national football team of the United States denied Razov in 1995 during his time at the College. He scored six goals in 25 appearances for the national team.