Igor Vrablic was born in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia), on July 19, 1965. He grew up in Ontario, Canada, and started his soccer career with Beograd in the Kitchener & District League.
After starring with the Waterloo Collegiate High School team and the Canadian National Youth Team, Igor was picked by Toronto Blizzard in the second round of the 1982 North American Soccer League draft. However, he did not sign for the Blizzard, opting instead to play for the Canadian National Team as a full-time player during the 1983 season. He joined North American Soccer League club Golden Bay Earthquakes in September 1983.
The 6’2″ forward played in eight games and score two goals during the 1983 NASL season for the ‘Quakes.
In the 1984 NASL season he scored four goals in eleven games.
After a short spell with Toronto Italia during the 1985 National Soccer League season, Igor joined Belgian club RFC Seraing.
Igor played in 14 league games and scored four goals during the 1985-86 season in Belgium.
In the summer of 1986 Igor represented Canada in the 1986 World Cup that was held in Mexico. He played in two games during the World Cup.
Then followed a season with Olympiakos in the Greek League. Igor played in seven games and scored one goal during the 1986-87 season in Greece.
In the 1988 season he played for Toronto Blizzard in the Canadian Soccer League. Igor scored eight goals in 22 CSL games.
Igor was the leading goalscorer for North York Argentina in the 1991 season in the National Soccer League.