Ivan "Ivica" Bek or Yvan Beck (Serbian Cyrillic: ???? "?????" ???; 29 October 1909 – 2 June 1963) was a French-Yugoslav football player.
Bek was born to a German father, and a Czech mother in the Serbian capital Belgrade borough of Cubura.
At age of 16, started playing in BSK Belgrade for which he scored 51 goals in 50 matches.
In 1928, Bek moved to Macva, and soon proceeded to French FC Sète.
In his first season, he reached the cup finals, but lost 0–2 against Montpellier.
Next year in cup finals against RC France, was victorious for Sète (3–1) with Bek scoring two decisive goals in extra time.
Four years later with the same club, Bek was part of the first team that win the Double in France.
Bek helped Yugoslavia get fourth place in the first FIFA world cup in Uruguay.
Bek and his team went on a train from Belgrade to Marseille.
When they came to Marseille they went on a crew ship to Uruguay in the second class.