Ivan Schranz was born in Bratislava, Slovakia, and started his youth career for local club Inter before joining Petržalka and Spartak Trnava. With Trnava he made his first European cap in the UEFA Europa League qualifier against St. Johnstone scoring two goals.
In 2015 he moved to the Czech Republic for the first time to spend half a year at Sparta Prague. In 2017 he moved to Czechia again, this time for good, and spent one and a half year at Dukla Prague. After a short spell at AEL Limassol he returned to the Czech top tier in taking on the shirt of Dynamo České Budějovice.
Schranz started to 30 games since as centre-forward or second striker scoring 16 goals. Before the 2020/21 season he moved to FK Jablonec. He started to 28 league games scoring 13 goals, topped up with two goals in his single game of UEL qualifiers.
Ivan Schranz has made 7 international caps for Slovakia in the UEFA Nations league and FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. He in on the backup list of the Slovakian national team for EURO final tournament.
“It is a new challenge for me. A step forward. I believe I will win as much trophies as possible with Slavia,” Schranz said for Slavia TV.
“The last season was great. For Slavia as a team and for me too. I come to Slavia to continue in this. To move my own limits as well as the team ones,” Slovakian forward added.