|Full name||John Markovski|
|Date of birth||15 April 1970|
|Place of birth||Sunshine, Victoria. Australia|
|1986–1988||Sunshine George Cross||68||(20)|
|2003–2004||Western Suburbs SC||(2)|
|2007||Sunshine George Cross FC||9||(0)|
|2007||Sunshine George Cross FC|
|2020||Springvale White Eagles|
|2021||Fitzroy City SC|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 July 2007|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 15 July 2007
John Markovski (born 15 April 1970) is an Australian soccer coach and former player, former head coach of Fitzroy City SC. Markovski played in the National Soccer League (NSL) for Sunshine George Cross, Preston Lions (former Preston Makedonia), Morwell Falcons, Canberra Cosmos, Auckland Kingz, Carlton SC, Melbourne Knights and Perth Glory FC and was known Australia-wide for his excellent free kick taking skills.
Markovski made his debut as a second-half substitute for Sunshine George Cross in round one of the 1986 National Soccer League season at the age of 15.
Ahead of the 1989 National Soccer League season, Markovski signed for Preston Makedonia.
Markovski represented the Australia national soccer team on 19 occasions for one goal and represented Australia at under 20 and 23 level at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and at the World Youth Cup in 1987.
Markovski began his coaching career while still playing, taking charge of Preston Lions midway through the 2002 Victorian Premier League season. Markovski was coach at Sydenham Park SC in Victorian State League 1 in 2017 and 2018. Also became the head coach at Springvale White Eagles in 2020 and head coach for Altona Magic in 2012 and 2021.
|Sunshine George Cross||1986||National Soccer League||24||5|
|Preston Makedonia||1989||National Soccer League||25||8|
|Melbourne Croatia||1989–90||National Soccer League||21||5|
|Marconi||1990–91||National Soccer League||28||10|
|Preston Makedonia||1992–93||National Soccer League||23||8|
|Morwell Falcons||1993–94||National Soccer League||24||11|
|Melbourne Knights||1995–96||National Soccer League||16||3|
|Canberra Cosmos||1996–97||National Soccer League||7||2|
|Melbourne Knights||1996–97||National Soccer League||9||0|
|Carlton||1997–98||National Soccer League||25||12|
|Perth Glory||1998–99||National Soccer League||22||11|
|Carlton||1999–2000||National Soccer League||30||5|
|Football Kingz||2001–02||National Soccer League||23||1|
|1||15 February 1995||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia||Japan||1–0||2–1||Friendly|