Aleksandar Sarić (Serbian Cyrillic: Aлeкcaндар Сарић; born 27 January 1974) is a retired Serbian footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Interveten Austria, Austria Lustenau, Varzim Portugal, Dunajska Streda Slovakia, Arema Malang Indonesia, Serbian youth national teams, Chicago Fire USA
In an 18-year professional career, Sarić played for clubs in Serbia, Germany, Portugal, Israel, Romania, Austria and Slovakia. He played top division football with FK Beograd, FK Obilić, Hapoel Jerusalem F.C. – where he was voted the best goalkeeper in the Israeli Premier League – Maccabi Petah Tikva F.C., FK Železnik, FC Politehnica Timișoara, SK Austria Kärnten, FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda and FK Čukarički Stankom.
After he finished his career as an active player in 2010 Serbian SuperLiga, at the age of 37, he worked as a coach for FK Beograd and the national Serbian youth teams (U-15, U-17, and U-19). He is the owner and founder of the "B1" goalkeeper school in Belgrade.
As a goalkeeper coach Saric has worked in those senior teams:SC Varzim
FC Austria Lustenau
FC Dunajska Streda
and in Serbian National youth teams U15, U16, U17, U18, U19 and U20
In 2015 with Serbian U20 national team Saric become a World champion at New Zealand as a GK coach and assistant in the staff. From 2015 he work as an assistant and GK coach in MLS league for Chicago Fire.
Half finalist of U20 European championship in Hungary as a goalkeeper coach and member of the staff of Serbian squad In Hungary as a member of the staff and GK coach on European championship
Bachelor of sport science, Trainer in Football, University of Sport Belgrade
UEFA A licence
Spanish football federation Goalkeeper coach licence
Austrian Goalkeeper coach licence