| NK Zagreb|
Ivana Maloca (m. 2012)
| (1989-05-04) 4 May 1989 (age 26)|
Lechia Gdansk (#22 / Defender), Croatia national football team (Defender)
Zvonimir Maloca, Irena Maloca
Goran Milovic, Goran Jozinovic, Anton Maglica, Mijo Caktas, Avdija Vrsajevic
Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia
Mario Maloča (born 4 May 1989) is a Croatian football player who currently plays for Lechia Gdańsk.
He spent most of his youth career at Dinamo Zagreb. In 2007, Maloča signs for Hajduk Split. He also had spells with youth teams at NK Zagreb, Inter Zaprešić and Kamen Ingrad.
He had his Prva HNL debut at 18 years of age against Šibenik in the 2007–08 season and soon became a first team regular, playing alongside renowned defenders such as Igor Tudor, Goran Sablić and Boris Živković. After the season ended he signed a five-year contract with Hajduk, binding him to Poljud until 2013.
In April 2015, he was dropped to B team for a short time, and in July 2015 he left Hajduk.
Maloča also earned 13 caps for Croatia's U-19 and U-21 teams and took part in Croatia's 2008 Under-19 European Championship campaign where he scored a goal against Albania. In August 2012, he was called to the Croatian national football team by Croatian manager Igor Štimac. He debuted in a friendly match against Switzerland, where he started and played full 90 minutes of the match.
Despite being born in Zagreb and part of Dinamo Zagreb youth team in his early years, Maloča opted to play for Hajduk Split. Maloča married his childhood sweetheart Ivana in June 2012. The couple had their first child, Tea, on 21 March 2013.
Hajduk SplitCroatian Cup (2): 2009-10, 2012-13
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