Dario Vidošić> is an Australian soccer player who is at present playing for FC Nuremberg, German Bundesliga team.
Having moved to Australia from Croatia, his father, Rado used to play for the Queensland Lions and has been an assistant coach at A-League club, Queensland Roar, by 2008, the national youth team coach. Dario studied in Yugumbir State School at Regents Park and attended Cavendish Road State High School. In 2004, Dario played with the Queensland Lions and competed too in the National Schoolboys football competition in 2004.
After receiving scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sports and being trained in soccer program prior to moving to the A-League, Dario signed a two year contract with Queensland Road in 2006-07 season.
During his professional years, Dario got selected for the Australian under 20 and under 23 teams. In 2006, he got his first international selection for the under 23 side, the ‘Young Socceroos’. With this break, he got a big opportunity to represent Australia in the AFC Youth Championships in India in 2006. During this period, he scored 11-0 victory over Chinese Taipei with the under-23 team.
In 2007, Dario signed a three year contract with FC Numberg team and in four games, he used 60 minutes. The following season, he struggled with injury which made him impossible to play at all for six months. After his return, he scored his first goal for the first team against SC Freiburg with a victory of 1-0 at Dreisamstadion.
By 2009, his selection for the Young Socceroos was succeeded and he made around 3 appearances like the match against the Netherlands and a 1-0 victory against Oman. During his senior career as a professional soccer player, Dario played for Brisbane Roar in 2006-07 season and made 17 appearances with 5 goals. From 2007 onwards, he was playing with the Nuremburg team and made 25 appearances with 3 goals. He played on loan for MSV Duisburg from 2010 onwards making 12 appearances with score of one goal. His national team includes Australia under-20, under 23 and Australia.