Defender Ivan Vujica
- Height 180cm
- Weight 83kg
- D.O.B. 20/4/97
A versatile player who can ply his trade right across the backline, but favours the left-hand side, Ivan Vujica is one youngster on the rise at Newcastle.
A Croatia under-19 representative, Vujica added to the club’s Croatian contingent back in 2016 and is actually family to one former Jets midfielder, Mateo Poljak – Vujica’s brother-in-law.
Without a goal in his two seasons so far with Newcastle, the highlight of his time in the Hunter so far would be his strong performances to open the 2017/18 season where he held down a starting spot for the opening 10 rounds before being struck down with illness.
Vujica’s professional debut was for the Newcastle Jets, coming off the bench in a 1-1 draw with Adelaide on 9 October 2016.
Hyundai A-League 2018/19
Defender Ivan Vujica to depart the Club
Newcastle Jets can confirm that Ivan Vujica's contract has been mutually terminated with the defender set to pursue an opportunity at another Hyundai A-League club. The full back made 48 appearances for the Jets after making his Club debut in Round 1 of the Hyundai A-League 20
Olyroos: Young Jets help seal qualification
Our Australia U/23’s side qualified for the 2020 AFC U/23 Championships after a tight draw with South Korea on Tuesday night. Three Jets – Ivan Vujica, Johnny Koutroumbis, and Joey Champness – have been in Cambodia for the series of qualifiers plus two friendlies. The resul
Olyroos: U/23s set to kick off tonight
After spending more than a week in camp in Malaysia, the Australia U/23s side will get their AFC U/23 Championship Qualification campaign underway tonight. Three young Newcastle Jets representatives have been in camp as a part of a potential Tokyo 2020 Olyroos side – Johnny Ko
Olyroos: Three young Jets headed to Canberra
Three Jets youngsters will spend time in Canberra early next week, looking to impress Australia boss, Graham Arnold. On the line is a spot in the Olyroos squad, who will have to jump through a number of hoops to earn the right to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The firs