Džemal Mustedanagić (born 8 June 1955) is a retired Bosnian football defender.
Born in Bosanski Novi, his playing career started in FK Sloboda Bosanski Novi where he played from 1968 till 1973 when he was approached by several Yugoslavian first league clubs. He chose Dinamo Zagreb where he played from 1973 till 1983 and had 444 caps, winning the 1981–82 Yugoslav First League title and the 1979–80 Yugoslav Cup title. Also he was first team captain during Miroslav Blažević's managing. He moved to FK Austria Wien in 1983. During that time they won 3 national titles, a national cup, and a famous club achievement – beating FC Barcelona.
After his player career in 1987, on demand of the management board of Dinamo Zagreb, he started working with youngsters as a coach in Dinamo Zagreb Football school. In season 2003/2004 he coached the reserve squad of Dinamo Zagreb, where he trained and developed top youngsters' talents such as Eduardo Da Silva, Luka Modrić, Niko Kranjčar, Vedran Ćorluka, Dino Drpić, Tomo Šokota, Mihael Mikić, Hrvoje Čale, Filip Lončarić. Also, during that period, considering talents he brought up to national team, he was selected to work with the expert committee of the Croatian national team, as coach of the U-19 national team.
This talented youngsters made their way to first team, and in 2005 and 2006 he became coach with Josip Kuže of first team Dinamo Zagreb. They took Dinamo from 7th place to winning first place with these youngsters who are leading players today, not only in Dinamo but in national team, too.
He is assistant coach of Josip Kuže of the Albania national football team.
After Kuže's medical problems, Džemal was appointed coach of the Albania national football team in October 2010.
In 2011 he took charge of the Albania U17 national team and qualified to the next round of UEFA U-17 Championship.