The former captain of the Serbia and Montenegro national team started playing when he was 12 in the youth teams of the Crvenka Handball Club and stayed there for eight seasons.
He then moved on to Red Star Belgrade where he enjoyed five successful years (1988-93. His first
team in Spain was Atlético Madrid (93-94) before he moved on to Alzira (94-95) and then Ademar de
After this stint in the Spanish league he moved to the German Bundesliga where he played for Hameln for a season (97-98). In 1998 he joined Celje in Slovenia where he stayed for two campaigns (98-00) before returning to Germany to play for Northorn (00-02). Skrbic finally joined FC Barcelona in the summer of 2002 where he has since become a vital player in the side.
The well-built player is a very strong pivot, but has also demonstrated that he is comfortable playing in a number of different positions. He is fast, skilful and effective, leads by example and brings a winning mentality to the team. He has a strong throw and is capable of scoring important goals.
FC Barcelona Cifec
- 1 Champions League (04-05)
- 1 EHF Cup (02-03)
- 1 European Supercup (03-04)
- 2 Spanish Leagues (02-03, 05-06)
- 2 Spanish Cup (03-04, 06-07)
- 2 Spanish Supercups (03-04, 06-07)
- 3 Pyreneos Leagues (03-04, 05-06, 06-07)
- 1 Yugoslavian league (90-91)
- 2 Slovenian Leagues (98-99, 99-00)
- 2 Slovenian Cups (98-99, 99-00)
Yugoslavia National Team
- 2 Bronze medal World Championships (1999, 2001).
- 1 Bronze medal European Championships (1996)
- 1 Bronce medal World Júnior Championships (1989).
- Best foreign player and best scorer Spanish League (96-97).
- Best player of the season Bundesliga (97-98)
- Best world player of the year (2000)
- Player of the Sidney Olympic Games best team (2000).