Ivica Kralj (Serbian: Ивица Краљ ) ( born March 26, 1973 in Tivat, Yugoslavia ) is a former Yugoslav football goalkeeper.
He began his career at FK Arsenal Tivat 1989. In 1992, he joined the Yugoslav top club Partizan. For the 1993/94 season he moved on loan to Jastrebac Niš. In 1994 he returned to Belgrade. In 1998, he unsuccessfully tried his luck at FC Porto. After just one season he left Portugal. In 2000 he took an engagement at PSV Eindhoven. There, however, he was only the second goalkeeper behind Patrick Lodewijks. For the season 2002/ 03 he moved back to Partizan. In 2007 he signed for FK Rostov. For the Yugoslav national football team 41 times he stood in the gate, and took her part in the Football World Cup in 1998 and the European Football Championship 2000.