Bernard Vukas (Zagreb, May 1, 1927 – Zagreb, April 4, 1983) was a Croatian football player.
For the Yugoslav national team
, he played 59 games between 1948 and 1957, and scored 22 goals.
- In Hajduk, Vukas won Yugoslav league titles three times, 1950, 1952 and 1955, whereupon the championship of 1950 was achieved without a defeat. This record is still alive.
- Twice the Yugoslav national team including Bernard Vukas won the silver medal at the Olympic Games (1948 and 1952).
- In the 1954/55 season, he led the Yugoslav league as the top goalscorer, with 20 goals.
- He played 615 games for Hajduk Split and scored 300 times.
- On 21. October 1953 he played in Wembley for the "Rest of the World" team against England. The final result was 4:4.
- On 13. August 1955 he was invited to play for the UEFA-team (Continental Team) in Belfast against Great Britain. The game ended 4:1 with a hat trick by Bernard Vukas.
- He was also a part of the Yugoslavia team in the 1950 FIFA World Cup and 1954 FIFA World Cup.
- In 2000 he was elected for the best Croatian football player of all times.