Partizan Football Club Belgrade
Partizan "Black and White"
Partizan Football Club Belgrade, Serbia.
Partizan was founded on October 4, 1945, as part of the Yugoslav Sports Association
It holds records such as playing in the first European Champions' Cup match in 1955, becoming the first Eastern European club to play in the European Champions' Cup final in 1966, and becoming the first club from Serbia to take part in the UEFA Champions League group stages. It is a major part of the Sports Association Partizan.
he 1966 European Cup Final was a football match held at Heysel Stadium, Brussels, on May 11, 1966, that saw Real Madrid CF of Spain defeat FK Partizan of Yugoslavia 2 - 1.
Team 1996 :
Goalkeeper 1 Milutin Šoškić
Defenders 2 Fahrudin JusufiDF 3 Velibor Vasović (c) 4 Branko Rašović 5 Ljubomir Mihajlović
Midfielders : 6 Vladica KovačevićMF 7 Radoslav Bečejac 8 Mane Bajić 9 Mustafa Hasanagić
Strikers: 10 Milan Galić 19 Josip Pirmajer
Manager: Abdulah Gegić
Partizan Football Club won Yugoslav national championship 21 times
Partizan FC was 1966 European Champions Cup runner-up
Winner of a Middle-European Cup in 1978.
Partizan's supporters, the Grobari (Gravediggers), were formed in 1970.
Record holder by number of appearances is Momcilo Vukotic, legendary Partizan forward, who lead Partizan FC attacks in 791 games, and another legend, Stjepan Bobek, leads the goalscoring table of all times with 425 goals.
In Partizan`s rich history, 130 players made apperarances for Yugoslav national team, while nine of them had over 50 matches for the "blues"- Bobek, Zebec, Cajkovski, Jusufi, Galic, Soskic, Jokanovic, Mijatovic and Milosevic.
Partizan "football style" is respected by many around the world- from spectators, to football players, managers and various football legends, and therefore, "Black and Whites" are honorable guests wherever they appear, being it a neighbooring football ground or a South America`s stadiums. Design of Partizan game is readiness for surpassing, based on individual qualities, team`s harmony and mastership.
Famouse players: Bobek, Zebec, Čajkovski, Jusufi, Galić, Šoškić, Vukotić, Mance, Mijatović.
Famouse coaches: Gegić, Vasović, Jusufi, Golac, Kaloperović, Milutinović, Osim