Tomislav Ivković (born August 11, 1960 in Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia) is a retired Croatian football goalkeeper who also played in 38 international matches for the national team of former Yugoslavia between 1983 and 1991.
He was born in Zagreb and started his professional career playing for Dinamo Zagreb in 1978. He moved to Dinamo Vinkovci in 1982, but soon changed his club by moving to Red Star Belgrade in 1983. In 1985, he transferred to his first foreign club as he joined Tirol Innsbruck from Austria, where he played until 1988. After short spells with Wiener Sportclub and Racing Genk, he went on to move to Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon in 1989 and continued to play for the club until 1993. He subsequently continued to play in Portugal for Estoril, Vitória Setúbal and Belenenses before going into retirement.
With the Yugoslav national team, he participated at the Euro 1984 in France, won the bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, and reached the quarterfinals of the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy, where the team was defeated by Argentina in the penalty shootout and Ivković himself became remembered for saving Diego Maradona's kick. Ivković already saved a penalty from Maradona in the UEFA Cup earlier, when Sporting Lisboa played Napoli, and the two allegedly had a bet on the possible outcome of another penalty before their World Cup match, which Ivković won.
He was the Croatian national team's goalkeeping coach between 2004 and 2006, but was replaced on this position by Marijan Mrmić after Croatia's unsuccessful participation at the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals in Germany. Currently Ivković is Assistant Manager in United Arab Emirates First division team Al-Shaab