Jozo Matovac

Jozo Matovac ( May 22nd 1970) is a former Swedish national football team.


Matovac began his career at Gunnilse IS. In 1991 he moved to second division club BK Hacken, with whom he finished fourth in the Kvalsvenskan 1992 and thus rose to the Allsvenskan. In the season of 1993, he took the team to sixth place, the best result in the club's history. In the following season the team was only Table and Matovac he moved to Erstligaaufsteiger Örgryte IS. After mainly slots were used in the midfield and the team in 1998, was able to earn the league only in the relegation matches against Umeå FC, ​​Matovac changed again the club.

Matovac left Sweden and signed for Danish first division club Aalborg BK. Right away he was able to win two titles: the Danish Cup and the Supercup of the country. In 2000 he returned, however, returned to his homeland to Helsingborgs IF. Since the club had become a national champion in the previous year, he ran in the Champions League on. After the 2002 season, he finished his active career.

Matovac debuted on February 9, 1997 in the Swedish national team. In the 2-0 win over Romania's selection as part of the King's Cup, he scored the hit to the final score his only international goal. Until 1998, he came to four caps and waited until 2001 before he played back in the national team. He then came five more times in the national selection to use.

  • National football team (Sweden)
  • Swede
  • Born in 1970
  • Man