|Intro||Slovak soccer player, Olympic athlete and Czech Supercup winner|
|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||2 November 1979, Humenné, Slovakia|
Marián Čišovský (born 2 November 1979) is a Slovak football defender, player of Czech side Viktoria Plzeň.
Čišovský played for his home team Chemlon Humenné until 1999, when transferred to Inter Bratislava. While playing for Inter, he became champion of the Slovak league twice and also won the Slovak Cup twice. In 2004, he signed with MŠK Žilina. From 2006 to 2008 he played for Artmedia Bratislava, before leaving for Romania's FC Politehnica Timișoara.
He suffered a 7 months injury and came back on 11 April 2010 and played 90 minutes against FC Ceahlăul. On 5 August 2010 he scored the qualification goal in 93rd minute against MyPa in Europa League making it 3–3. Čišovský scored one goal in 2–0 won against Oţelul Galaţi.
In 2011, he joined Czech club FC Viktoria Plzeň. He missed the entirety of their 2014–15 league conquest due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Manager Miroslav Koubek said he would trade the title to cure Čišovský, who attended their title celebrations as the crowd sang his name.
- Inter Bratislava
- Slovak Super Liga: 1999–2000, 2000–01
- Slovak Cup: 1999–2000, 2000–01
- Artmedia Petržalka
- Slovak Super Liga: 2007–08
- Slovak Cup: 2007–08
- Viktoria Plzeň
- Czech First League: 2012–13
- Czech Supercup: 2011