|Full name||Dario Vidošić|
|Date of birth||April 8, 1987|
|Place of birth||Osijek, Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder / Winger|
|Current club||Melbourne City|
| Queensland Lions|
| Brisbane Roar
1. FC Nürnberg
→ MSV Duisburg (loan)
→ Arminia Bielefeld (loan)
Western Sydney Wanderers
Vidošić was born on 8 April 1987 in Osijek to Croatianparents, mother Jasna and father Rado Vidošić. He moved with his parents from Croatia to Australia in 1988 when his father received an offer to play for the Queensland Lions. The family settled in Brisbane, and he attended Yugumbir State School for his early education at Regents Park, when Dario grew up he attended Cavendish Road State High School. His father has been assistant coach at A-League club Queensland Roar since 2005 and as of May 2008, is the club's National Youth Team coach.
Vidošić played with Queensland Lions in 2004 and also competed in the 2004 National Schoolboys football competition. He received a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport and trained in their football (soccer)program before moving onto the A-League, signing a two-year contract with Queensland Roar at the start of the 2006–07 season.
In Round 1, coming on as a substitute in the second half, Vidošić set up a goal for Scotsman Simon Lynch before scoring a goal himself. Vidošić started up front for Queensland Roar in Round 8 against Perth Glory and scored to make it 2–1 in the Roar's favour, before being substituted. In Round 17, with midfielder Matt McKay out injured, Vidošić started against the Central Coast Mariners and scored two goals; becoming the first player under the age of 21 to score 2 goals in an A-League game, and the first player under the age of 20 to score more than three goals in a season. Vidošić scored once more in the season, against Melbourne Victory in Round 20.
1. FC Nürnberg
His performance in the season was enough for the German Bundesliga club 1. FC Nütnberg to give him a two-week trial. 1. FC Nürnberg was a club that had strong Australian ties with four other players at the time, two of whom had come from the A-League the previous season. It was confirmed on 22 March 2007 that Vidošić had accepted a three-year contract with the Bundesliga club.
He was rarely used in his first season at the club, seeing just 60 minutes of playing time in four games for the Bundesliga side that was relegated at the end of the season. However, he was an integral part of the reserve side's promotion efforts that saw 1. FC Nürnberg II reach the newly organised Regionalliga Süd.
In the following season, he was hampered by injury trouble early on, seeing just three matches for the professional team and four – with one goal – for the reserve side before the winter break. He went on to unsuccessfully trial with Danish club Esbjerg fB.
Surprisingly, Vidošić appeared back on the scene when he was brought on in a first team match against SC Freiburg in which he scored his first competitive goal for 1. FC Nürnberg, giving the team the 1–0 win at Dreisamstadion. After that match, Vidošić won more opportunities in the Nürnberg first-team scoring another crucial goal in a 1–0 win over FC Ingolstadt 04 in early May, before another a week later in the Franconian derby against Greuther Fürth which ended 1–1. Vidošić went on to help Nürnberg seal promotion back to the Bundesliga.
In an interview in May 2009, Vidošić admitted a debut call-up to the Australian national football team would be a dream end to a great season.
In July 2011, Vidošić returned to Australia and signed a 3-year contract with A-League club Adelaide United as their Australian marquee on a reported AU$320,000 a season. He scored his first goal for the club in just his second game against Sydney FC.
On 26 August 2013, Adelaide Unitedannounced that they had released Dario from his contract so he could continue his career playing for Swiss club FC Sion for a transfer fee of AU$700,000.
Western Sydney Wanderers
Western Sydney Wanderers confirmed that Vidošić had joined the club on a two-year deal on 21 September 2015.
On 4 August 2017, it was reported that Vidošić would be joining his father Rado at Wellington Phoenix on a one-year deal. On 20 December 2017, both Vidošić and his father left the club.
On 29 December 2017, shortly after leaving Wellington Phoenix, Vidošić joined Melbourne City.
In October 2006, Vidošić was selected in the Australian Under-20 squad, known as the Young Socceroos, and went on to compete in the 2006 AFC Youth Championships in India. In February 2007, he played for the Australian Under-23 team, the Olyroos, in an Olympic qualifier in Adelaide, scoring the 11th goal in Australia's 11–0 win over Chinese Taipei.
In July 2008, after being left out of the Australian Olympic team for Beijing by Olyroos head coach Graham Arnold, he publicly mooted the possibility of playing for the Croatian national team at a senior level. However, according to FIFA Article 18, Vidošić has been ineligible to represent any country other than Australia in international football since April 2008, when he turned 21.
On 17 June 2009, Vidošić made his debut for the Socceroos in their last World Cup qualifier against Japan, he was substituted in for Tim Cahill in the 86th minute. His second cap was received while playing in a friendly against the Netherlands on 10 October 2009.
- As of 6 May 2016
|Queensland Roar total||17||5||5||2||0||0||22||7|
|1. FC Nürnberg||2007–08||Bundesliga||4||0||0||0||0||0||4||0|
|1. FC Nürnberg total||30||3||1||0||0||0||31||3|
|MSV Duisburg (loan)||2009–10||2. Bundesliga||12||1||0||0||0||0||12||1|
|MSV Duisburg total||12||1||0||0||0||0||12||1|
|Arminia Bielefeld (loan)||2010–11||2. Bundesliga||15||1||0||0||0||0||15||1|
|Arminia Bielefeld total||15||1||0||0||0||0||15||1|
|Adelaide United total||51||15||0||0||9||0||60||15|
|FC Sion||2013–14||Swiss Super League||29||6||2||0||0||0||31||6|
|FC Sion total||46||8||5||0||0||0||49||8|
|Western Sydney Wanderers||2015–16||A-League||28||4||1||0||0||0||29||4|
|WS Wanderers total||28||4||1||0||0||0||29||4|
|Liaoning Whowin||2016||Chinese Super League||13||2||0||0||0||0||13||2|
- Dario Vidošić at Soccerway
|Melbourne City FC squad - 2020–21|
1 Birighitti · 3 Jamieson · 4 Delbridge · 5 Schenkeveld · 7 Griffiths · 13 Atkinson · 15 Baccus · 17 Genreau · 19 Wales · 20 Bouzanis · 21 Najjarine · 22 Good · 26 Brattan · 27 Berenguer · 29 Maclaren · 30 Najjar · 34 Metcalfe · 37 Iannucci · Galloway ·