Partizan Belgrade (SRB)

Partizan Football Club was founded on 4th of october 1945 as a part of Partizan Yugoslav Sports Association. Nowadays, “Partizan family” has 25 clubs in as many sports. Althought, still a member of Partizan Sports Association, Partizan Football Club has complete independence regarding organisation, management, finances, material goods and facilities. Also, there are several companies founded by Partizan FC, working in various fields, as part of Partizan business system. Partizan Football Club won Yugoslav national championship 25 times: 1947, 1949, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. Yugoslav national cup was won 12 times: 1947, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2008, 2009, 2011. Partizan FC was 1966 European Champions Cup runner-up and winner of a Middle-European Cup in 1978. 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 eluding any trap or strentgh, which gives Partizan School of Football advantage and efficiency.Throughout the history, Partizan won 6 league matches scoring 10 or more goals, and in two national championships scored over 100 goals, holding a record of 111 goals scored in one season.

Antic Dusan
goalkeeper 2000-02-17

185cm/81kg/right footed

Arnautovic Zivorad
forward 1999-04-23

180cm/75kg/right footed

Bosnjak Strahinja
defender 1999-02-18

182cm/75kg/left footed

Cokanjelovic Nikola
midfield. 1999-08-24

176cm/71kg/right footed

Eminovic Almir
midfield. 1999-01-06

175cm/71kg/right footed

Jovanovic Djordje
forward 1999-02-15

184cm/77kg/right footed

Jovanovic Strahinja
forward 1999-06-01

176cm/68kg/right footed

Kokir Jovan
forward 2000-04-25

178cm/77kg/right footed

Krstic Nikola
goalkeeper 1999-06-16

187cm/81kg/left footed

Maksimovic Igor
midfield. 1999-07-31

168cm/70kg/right footed

Mandic Marko
defender 1999-03-11

178cm/70kg/right footed

Markovic Lazar
defender 1999-04-03

190cm/74kg/left footed

Markovic Svetozar
defender 2000-03-23

184cm/80kg/right footed

Milenkovic Marko
midfield. 1999-04-15

158cm/54kg/right footed

Miric Milan
defender 1999-03-12

186cm/75kg/right footed

Nikolic Lazar
midfield. 1999-04-30

175cm/70kg/right footed

Novic Nikola
forward 2000-06-16

184cm/80kg/right footed

Popovic Aleksandar
goalkeeper 1999-09-27

190cm/80kg/right footed

Savicevic Dusan
defender 1999-02-15

184cm/77kg/left footed

Stevic Ognjen
defender 1999-01-26

179cm/76kg/right footed

Tomac Ivan
defender 1999-01-15

178cm/72kg/right footed

Vilotic Stefan
defender 1999-10-16

180cm/65kg/left footed

Vladic Predrag
forward 1999-02-04

185cm/76kg/right footed

Vlahovic Dusan
forward 2000-01-28

190cm/76kg/left footed

Vlalukin Jovan
defender 1999-05-21

176cm/71kg/right footed

Vujanic Lazar
midfield. 1999-08-18

182cm/76kg/right footed

Vukovic Uros
forward 1999-04-10

174cm/65kg/right footed

Zekaj Arton
midfield. 2000-04-16

185cm/80kg/right footed

Zivkovic Ivan
midfield. 1999-09-27

192cm/75kg/right footed

Bajovic Slavko
team representative
Jokanovic Predrag
Kecman Dragan
head coach
Koprivica Milan
Pantic Sergej
Ristic Milan
Stokic Kazimir
assistant coach