|Full name||Ivan Brzić|
|Date of birth||28 May 1941|
|Place of birth||Novi Sad, Kingdom of Hungary|
|Date of death||2 June 2014(aged 73)|
|1961–1964||FK Novi Sad|
|1972–1974||Donawitzer SV Alpine|
|1974–1977||SK VÖEST Linz|
|1977||SK VÖEST Linz|
|1991–1993||Universitario de Deportes|
|1997||Universitario de Deportes|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Ivan "Ivica" Brzić (28 May 1941 – 2 June 2014) was a Serbian football player and manager, the majority of whose playing career was spent with FK Vojvodina. He was also a member of the Yugoslavia squad that reached the final of 1968 European Championship.
He was born during World War II in the city of Novi Sad that had been annexed months before his birth by the Kingdom of Hungary (that participated in the Nazi invasion of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in early April 1941), Brzić's early life was spent under foreign military occupation.
He came up through all age levels in FK Vojvodina, but his senior career began with Sarajevo's FK Željezničar where he spent the first half of 1964-65 season. In December 1964, he returned to Vojvodina where he played next 8 seasons until summer 1972. He was an integral member of the squad that won the Yugoslav League in 1965-66 season. He transferred to Austrian Bundesliga where he played for Donawitzer SV Alpine and SK VÖEST Linz, where he began his coaching career.
On 29 May 2008, it was announced that FK Vojvodina would not be extending his contract. On 4 June, six days later, it was announced that Dragoljub Bekvalac would be succeeding him on Vojvodina's bench.
FK Novi Sad 66-0
- Profile, novosti.rs; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)
- Profile, fairplay.vidc.org; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)
- "Rajevac podneo ostavku", b92.net; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)
- "Brzić nije više trener Vojvodine", b92.net, 29 May 2008; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)
- "Bekvalac ponovo u Vojvodini", b92.net, 4 June 2008; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)
- Brzic profile, reprezentacija.rs; accessed 30 July 2014. (Serbian)