Antun Lokošek (Croatian pronunciation: [ǎntuːn lǒkoʃek]; born 2 January 1920) was a Croatian footballer who played for several clubs in Yugoslavia. During his career, he also played one match for the short lived Croatia national football team during the 1940s. He recorded only a single cap at national level, scoring in his only appearance against Slovakia in a 7-3 victory. Born in Celje, he played with Slavija Osijek and Slavija Varaždin before joining Građanski Zagreb in 1943. He was first registered for Slavija Osijek at March 1937. At the end of World War II he moved to Hajduk Split. In 1947 he played the Yugoslav Cup final with FK Naša Krila Zemun. Later between 1948 and 1950 he played with NK Lokomotiva. After retiring, he became a coach, and coached NK Orkan and NK Jugovinil. He died in Split in 1944. In 1946 he joined HNK Hajduk Split Later, he played with NK Lokomotiva and HNK Rijeka, known as Kvarner back then, where he finished his career in 1953. He graduated in the coaching academy in Zagreb, and became coach of Kvarner in season 1953–54, immediately after retiring from his playing career. Then he moved to Split and coached NK Orkan Dugi Rat and Jugovinil Kaštel Gomilica.