Ivica Mornar (born January 12, 1974 in Split) is a Croatian football player, currently on the books of Portsmouth.
Mornar began his career with Hajduk Split before going on to play for Eintracht Frankfurt, Sevilla, Ourense and Standard Liège, then moved to Anderlecht in the summer of 2001.
Mornar had enjoyed UEFA Champions League football in the months running up to his move to Fratton Park, scoring in a 1-1 draw at home to Bayern Munich.
The player was offered a new two-year contract by Anderlecht, but opted to move across the English Channel to Portsmouth. He moved to the Premiership at the end of January 2004 for £500,000, signing a two-and-half-year deal.
Mornar made his Pompey debut in a goalless draw at home to Wolves, and looked lively. He then bagged his first and only goal in the next game against Spurs.
The striker was a regular member of the Croatian national team in Euro 2004.
Seemingly out of the picture at Portsmouth, he was loaned to Stade Rennais FC for the 2004/05 season, with then Pompey manager Harry Redknapp saying he allow Mornar to be sold upon his return. Although it appeared Mornar was in new boss Alain Perrin's plans for the upcoming campaign, he has been thwarted by injury and now the return of Redknapp.