Ermin Zec 2011 at the jersey of Gençlerbirliği Ankara
Ermin Zec ( born June 6, 1988 in Bugojno ) is a Bosnian - Herzegovinian soccer player standing since the 2010/11 season at Gençlerbirliği Ankara in Turkey under contract. His preferred position is the storm.
NK Iskra Bugojno
In his youth, Ermin Zec NK Iskra Bugojno played for, a club from his native town of Bugojno. At the beginning of the season 2007/ 08 he spent 10,000 euros to HNK Šibenik, where he played in the league Hrvatska Nogometna.
On 21 July 2007, he came in the game against Dinamo Zagreb at his first professional use and on 4 August of the same year he scored in the match against NK Zadar his first goal. In his first season in Šibenik Zec completed 30 games and hit seven times. In the 2008 /09 season he was with 14 goals in 27 games the third best scorer in the Croatian league. In his third season he scored eleven goals in 22 games.
For the 2010/11 season Ermin Zec joined Gençlerbirliği Ankara, where he signed a four year contract. The Turkish first division club paid 2.2 million euro transfer fee to Sibenik.
Zec completed five appearances for the Bosnia-Herzegovina U- 21 team, but failed to qualify for the U -21 Football Championship in 2009 with his team. On 19 November 2008, he played his first game for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team when he was a substitute in the game against Slovenia. 29 May 2010 Zec scored in the game against Sweden 's first goal in the dress of the A- team.
In the 2009/10 season Ermin Zec played with the HNK Šibenik against HNK Hajduk Split in the Croatian Cup final. Both finals could Hajduk Split win - 2:1 and 0:2.