Ivan Petrović is a Serbian football midfielder who plays for Radnički Kovači. He is a president of Apolon football academy which corresponds as the youth team of OFK Radnički and based in Kovači. Born in Kraljevo, Petrović played with local club Sloga at the beginning of career, he played with Partizan, Milicionar and Čukarički until 2004, when he signed with joined OFK Beograd. After he left the club, Petrović moved to Nanjing, where he spent some period playing with local club. Petrović played with Ethnikos Achna between 2007 and 2011. In summer 2011, he returned to OFK Beograd. After he ended his professional career, Petrović returned to his home town and joined OFK Radnički Kovači. Petrović is one of founders of FC Apolon, which organized as an academy of OFK Radnički Kovači. At the beginning of 2016, Petrović was elected as a president of football association of Kraljevo. In the first half of 2016–17 season, Petrović made 1 appearance for Radnički Kovači in the Morava Zone League, he was substituted in during the fifth fixture match against Tutin, scored a goal from direct free kick for 2–0 victory.
He made 8 appearances for the team in second half-season as the most experienced midfielder in front of Dejan Radosavljević and Milutin Trnavac. Ivan Petrović at Soccerway Ivan Petrović stats at utakmica.rs Ivan Petrović at FootballDatabase.eu
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