Ante Coric (born 14 April 1997) is a Croatian footballer playing for Dinamo Zagreb as an attacking midfielder.
Started his career with NK Zagreb when he was nine years old in 2009.
Joined the youth academy of Red Bull Salzburg, despite interest from some of Europe’s elite clubs including Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and Barcelona in 2009.
After four years in Salzburg, Ćorić returned to Croatia to join Dinamo Zagreb for a fee of €900,000.
Made his senior debut against RNK Split and his first start ten days later against Lokomotiva Zagreb in April 2014.
In September 2014, he scored his first goal for Dinamo in a 1-2 loss to NK Istra 1961.
Scored the fifth goal in Dinamo’s 2014-15 Europa League win over Astra Giurgiu becoming the youngest goal scorer in Europa League history, at the age of 17 years and 157 days.
Named as the best young Croatian player of the year in 2015.
Represented Croatia at Under-15 to Under-21 level before he made his debut for the senior Croatian team in a friendly 1-0 win over Moldova in May 2016.
Called up for UEFA Euro 2016 as one of the 23 players in the final squad but failed to make an appearance in the tournament.
Younger brother of Josip Ćorić.