|Full name||Antonio Vojak|
|Date of birth||19 November 1904|
|Place of birth||Pola, Austria-Hungary|
|Date of death||9 May 1975 70)(aged|
|Place of death||Varese, Italy|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|1937–39||I. G. Empoli|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Antonio Vojak (19 November 1904 – 9 May 1975) was a famous Italian footballer who played as a striker. His playing career was played out during the 1920s and 1930s.
His younger brother Oliviero Vojak played professionally as well, for Juventus and Napoli. To distinguish them, Antonio was known as Vojak I and Oliviero as Vojak II.
Vojak's football career started with Lazio during the 1924–25 season, his stay there was very short; playing only 10 games but scoring 7 goals. This caught the attention of Juventus, who signed up Vojak within that year.
During his three-year stay with Turin giants, Vojak was part of a squad which won the Italian Football Championship in 1926, amassing 46 goals in 102 games for the club in total, as well as 2 European Cup appearances in 1929 against Slavia Prague.
He moved on next to Napoli where he became an early legend at the club, playing in a squad that featured Attila Sallustro. He stayed with the club until 1935, scoring over 100 goals for them. Vojak also appeared for the Italian national football team once in 1932 where he played midfield. Due to fascist anti-slav laws, he was forced to use the name Vogliani.
After leaving Napoli, Vojak played only two more seasons; first with Genoa and then with Lucchese-Libertas in 1936–37 where he played only 1 game. After retiring, he served as a manager. He died in 1977.