From December 2011 until Major 2014, he was a deputy in the Slovenian National Assembly. Club career
As well as KK Union Olimpija, Vilfan played for KK Jugoplastika (now known as KK Split) and for KK Partizan. National career
Vilfan made 121 appearances for Yugoslavia between 1977 and 1983, making him the third most capped Slovenian player for Yugoslavia.
He played in five international tournaments: the 1978 International Basketball Federation World Championship, the 1979 European Championship, the 1981 European Championship, the 1982 International Basketball Federation World Championship and the 1983 European Championship.
Vilfan was the first captain of the Slovenian national basketball team, following Slovenia"s independence from Yugoslavia. Retirement
After his retirement Vilfan began working at the Slovenian radio and television network as a sports commentator.
He also opened a basketball school for children. Foreign May 2014 European Parliament elections he was placed on last place (8th) on the list of candidates by Personal. On 29 April 2014 he left Personal party.
On 10 May 2014 he was driving under the influence and hit an elderly pedestrian, who needed hospitalization.
His resignation became official on 14 May.
On 31 May 2014 he became a vice-president of the newly founded party Alliance of Alenka Bratušek.