International Sports Office is sports management and consulting agency based in Belgrade, Serbia.
The founder of the Agency is Branko Kića Radovanović, former well known striker with a great international career. After playing in Serbia, South Korea, Austria, Russia, Greece, Poland and Romania, Branko decided to continue his career as football agent. Beside Branko, members of our team are Dejan Grgić, the second founder and Darko Ristić, director, as well as group of partners.
International Sports Office manages the careers of well-known profesional players, as well as young prospects with great talent.
Our goal is a career development of each of our players with specific individual approach. We support complete success of our players, even beyond football as a game.
As our name says, our activity is not limited only to Serbia and we operate worldwide.
Considering the above, International Sports Office is an ideal choice for players who want to improve their game and career to the higher level.
Branko Kića Radovanović
Branko Kića Radovanović, a football agent and founder of the agency, was born on February 18, 1981 in Obrenovac, Serbia.
As a player, he played at the striker position and with his height of 190 cm represented a big danger to the goal of every opponent.
He has played for many clubs in seven different countries.
In his home country Serbia he played for FC Cukaricki, FC Zemun, FC Belgrade, FC Zeleznik and FC Radnicki Jugopetrol. In South Korea (K-League) performed for Pusan Daewoo Royals and in Greece for Kallithea. He played for the giants in their countries, such as FC Red Bull Salzburg in Austria and Wisla Krakow in Poland. In Russia he played for FC Amkar Perm, and after all he finished his career in the first division of Romania, performing for UTA Arad.
Players we represent are: Uroš Đurđević (FC PArtizan), Aboubakar Oumarou (Shenzhen, China), Dušan Vlahović (FC Partizan), Petar Grbić (FC Akhisar, Turkey), Alen Mašović (FC Čukarički), Veljko Birmančević (FC Partizan), Đorđe Jovanović (FC Partizan), Momčilo Krstić (FC Red Star – Youth), Svetozar Marković (FK Partizan – Youth), Nikola Nović (FC Partizan – Youth), Jovan Kokir (FC Partizan – Youth), Zlatan Šehović (FC Partizan – Youth), Aleksa Janković (FC Partizan – Youth), Nikola Čolić (FC Partizan – Youth) i Andrej Blagojević (FC Partizan – Youth).