Mario Gjurovski or Mario Đurovski (Macedonian: Марио Ѓуровски; born 11 December 1985) is a Macedonian footballer who plays for Bangkok United.
Gjurovski played in the youth team of FK Čukarički before moving to Red Star Belgrade. He spent the entire 2003–04 season on loan, first with OFK Mladenovac and then with Red Star´s satellite club FK Sopot, both of them playing in the Serbian League Belgrade.
In summer 2004, he signed with FK Bežanija playing in the Second League of Serbia and Montenegro. After two seasons the club achieved promotion in 2006 into the newly formed Serbian SuperLiga. In summer 2007 Mario Gjurovski leaves Bežanija after having played over 80 league matches with them and having scored 18 goals, and signs with another SuperLiga club, FK Vojvodina.
After having initially limited chances, after a couple of seasons he became a standard player in the club. They archived finishing second in the 2008–09 season, and becoming 2009–10 Serbian Cup runners-up after losing the final against his former club, Red Star, by 0–3.
Gjurovski left Vojvodina during the winter break of the 2010–11 season after having played over 50 league matches in three and a half years by signing with Ukrainian Premier League side FC Metalurh Donetsk. He signed a 3-year deal with Metalurh on 1 March 2011.
In 2012, he moved to Muangthong United from Thailand Premier League. Gjurovski played under Slaviša Jokanović coaching and helped Muangthong United to win the invincible domestic title in his first season in Thailand. Gjurovski scored a goal for Muangthong United and 1–3 lost against Buriram in 2015 Thai FA Cup final. It was the last match of him under Maungthong United shirt.
Despite the four successful seasons at Muangthong United, he rejected to renew the contract with Muangthong and moved to Bangkok United in 2016 on a free transfer.
Gjurovski has been part of the Macedonia national football team since 2010.
He is the son of former Macedonian international striker Milko Gjurovski who previously played for Red Star Belgrade, FK Partizan and FC Groningen.
The correct spelling of his last name is Gjurovski, as it appears in his Macedonian passport.