Football in Serbia

Serbia has a great tradition of football.

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1930. Uruguay Montevideo The First Football World Cup 3 place

The biggest successes of Serbia

1930. Uruguay Montevideo The First Football World Cup 3 place. Kingdom of  Yugoslavia, the whole team was from Serbia. Players of  Belgrade fotball clubs BSK and Yugoslavia. Aleksandar Tirnanić, Blagoje Marjanović, Ivan Bek, Branislav Sekulić, Đorđe Vujadinović, Milovan Jakšić,...The most spectactors watched the semi-final match between Uruguay and Yugoslavia. The 100,000 capacity Centenario,  was visited by 93,000 spectactors. In semi-final match between Uruguay and Yugoslavia, Anselmo, who scored for Uruguay and made lead 2:1, was assisted by a Uruguayan policeman who passed him a ball from behind the field line at Yugoslav players and spectators’ amazement.
See movie Montevideo , God Bless You!

1960. Olympics games Roma 1 place
1962. World Cup Chile 4 place
1990 Italy  within Yugoslavia. 4 place
Stopped by Argentina with great Maradona, the game which was finished after overtime and penalty finishing.

Football club Red Star the European Champion in 1991.
The finalist of 1978. UEFA Cup. The titles of Champion 25, fans Delije ex Cigani

Football club Partizan vice European Champion in 1966. The titles of Champion 21, fans Grobari.

Football club Vojvodina 1/4 final European Cup 1967. The titles of Champion 2, fans Firma

We recommend experiencing the “Eternal Derby”. The greatest phenomenon of Serbian football is the famous rivalry of two clubs Red Star and Partizan, well-known city “Eternal Derby” which can be comparable with Brazilian Flamengo and Fluminense, Argentinean Boca Juniors and River Plate, Spanish Real and Barcelona, and Italian Milan and Inter as well as Rome and Lazio…..

We recommend

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“Eternal Derby” of two football rivals

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Red Star "Red White"

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Partizan "Black and White"

FC Vojvodina Novi SadFC Vojvodina Novi Sad