|Full name||Tonči Peribonio|
|Born||3 May 1960|
Slavonski Brod, SFR Yugoslavia
|RK Krivaja Zavidovići|
|Gáldar Tres de Mayo|
|Badel 1862 Zagreb|
|RK Split Brodomerkur|
|TSG Ketsch 1902 (GK coach)|
Tonči Peribonio (born 3 May 1960) is a Croatian former handball goalkeeper. He is currently a goalkeeper coach at TSG Ketsch.
Peribonio started his career at RK Krivaja Zavidovići. After nine years at the club he moved to RK Zamet and helped them get promoted to the Yugoslav First League.During 1991 Peribonio moved from Zamet to Spanish club Gáldar Tres de Mayo where he spent a season before moving to RK Zagreb.
In 1997 Peribonio moved to Split Brodomerkur where he spent two seasons as captain before moving to Germany.He played in the EHF Cup with the club in 1997-98 and 1998-99.
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