Miloš Pantović was born on 7 July 1996 in Munich and was formed in the youth department of FC Bayern. He moved from Bayern’s 2nd team to VfL Bochum in the 2nd Bundesliga in 2018 and immediately became a regular at his new club. In 2021, he achieved promotion to the 1st Bundesliga with VfL Bochum. In the match against TSG Hoffenheim on 6 November 2021, he scored one of the longest goals in the history of the first Bundesliga from a distance of 66 metres. In 2022, he was transferred to Union Berlin, where he scored last week on the first matchday of this season against Mainz 05 to make the final score 4-1.
The new arrival from KAS Eupen has been fielded in 64 matches in the 2nd Bundesliga and 43 matches in the 1st Bundesliga so far. In these games, he has scored 10 goals and given 14 assists.
Christoph Henkel, general director of KAS Eupen: “Miloš Pantović is an extremely skilled player who can be used in several offensive positions. With his experience and class, he will give us important impulses in attack, increase our goal-scoring ability and make his teammates even stronger. We are looking forward to working with him and wish him every success at KAS Eupen. Welcome Miloš!”