|Full name||Mustafa AgiÄ|
|Date of birth||8 April 1966|
|Place of birth||BrÄko, SFR Yugoslavia|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Mustafa Agić (given birth to 8 Apr 1966) is a past Bosnian footballer.
Delivered in Brčko, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, he started performing in local membership FK Jedinstvo Brčko in Yugoslav Second Group. He debuted in the growing season 1985–86 and in the wiinter-break from the 1987–88 period he was brought by Croatian giants NK Dinamo Zagreb. He used Dinamo in the Yugoslav Initial League in the next half from the 1987–88 and in the 1988–89 periods. He made a complete of 30 standard performances for Dinamo (24 in the group, 3 in Yugoslav Glass and 3 in Western european competitions, having have scored 3 goals, most of them in the group). In 1989–90 he was still a Dinamo participant but he performed no video games as he was a military conscript that season. In summertime 1990 he was brought by Serbian aspect FK Spartak Subotica and used Spartak in the Yugoslav First Group in periods 1990–91 (22 app., 0 goals) and 1991–92 (5 app., 1 objective).After playng with Spartak he shifted overseas, first he performed in Greece with Kavala and PAOK, and he shifted to Germany where he used TuS Koblenz and afterwards with FC Arzheim.