Fiber plastic Partizan Belgrade

Partizan Belgrade
full name Fudbalski club Partizan
pointed name (n) rough air
based 4. October 1945
stadium Partizan
of places 32,710
president Ivan Ćurković
coach Jürgen Röber
address Humska 1
11000 Belgrade
Tel.: (+381 11) 3227-181
fax: (+381 11) 3229-906
www.partizan.co.yu
league Prva Savezna league
2004/05 1. Place, Meridian league
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the fiber plastic (Fudbalski club) Partizan is a professional soccer association from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro.

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history

establishment phase

the association became to 4. October 1945 under the name JSD Partizan as part of the Yugoslav Partizan Sportverbands based, which orders today still as Partizan Sportverband of Serbia and Montenegro over 25 associations in different kinds of sport. The moreover one the club is member of the football federation of Serbia and Montenegro and possesses within the “Partizan family” in almost all business fields most extensive independence.

The association was during the establishment time an army association and still completed in the year 1945 its first international play against ZSKA Moscow. As the Yugoslav championship in the season 1946/47 for the first time after that 2. World war again in a league was out-played, could already achieve JSD Partizan with its first participation the title. In addition the association completed final victory by a 2:0 - against NASA krila Zemun in the Yugoslav cup the successful beginning to the first double.

After a defeat in the cup final of the following season the association could win 1948/ 49 the second championship, which however then longer time could not be repeated in the season.

the association

terminated 50's into the 1950ern its army affiliation. Apart from three cup victories in the years 1952, 1954 and 1957 the association could win four vice-championships, which introduced a clear upward trend particularly toward end of the decade.

A highlight of this time was the participation of the association at the for the first time delivered European Cup of the national masters 1955/56, to the Partizan was announced despite the only fourth place in the domestic championship. After in the first round the Portuguese representative Sporting Lisbon was defeated, one struck the Spanish point association in the replay of the quarterly final portion material Madrid with 3:0, separated however due to 0:4 - first leg defeat in Madrid from the competition.

Meistertitel and European successes into the 60ern

the 1960er - years began spectacularly and the association won one behind the other the first three championships of the new decade. In the following European national master competitions failed the 1963 finally in fiber plastic Partizan renamed association one behind the other in each case because of Juventus Turin, ZSKA Sofia and inter Milan.

A further, those followed directly meanwhile sixth, Yugoslav championship in the year 1965 and in the connection the most successful European cup participation after a titleless season. After victories among other things against Werder Bremen and Manchester United faced the club in Brussels again material Madrid and was subject after a 1:0 - to guidance still during the last 20 minutes of the play with 1:2.

the association could

tie calm air and comeback for the end of the 60's-years less and less to briefly before the achievements still shown and had itself until far into the 1970er - years with the role of the only secondarybest association in Belgrade behind the restaurant rival red star Belgrade, as to the 50ern, contently to already give.

An indicator for a renewed sporty upward motion was then reaching the Achtelfinals in the UEFA cup of the season 1974/75, in which one then after a 1:0 - first leg victory against the 1. Fiber plastic Cologne with a 1:5 - defeat in Cologne separated.

National the sieved championship in the play time 1975/76, which two years later the respected titles followed, followed. Internationally the good achievements could not be developed and the association failed in each case in the first round of the national master cup at Dinamo Kiew and direct current generator Dresden.

Despite these titles the association through-lived sporty driving downhill in the four directly following years, when suddenly the championship did not only move into far distance, but also the descent places in range were.

On the basis of this Tiefpunkt Partizan won the Yugoslav championship surprisingly fast in the season 1982/83 again and repeated this in the years 1986 and 1987, whereby Partizan did not announce thereafter for the European national master competition and instead red star Belgrade and/or. Vardar Skopje were nominated (Skopje had awarded received the championship after a 6-Punkte-Abzug for several Yugoslav associations, which was again corrected only later and Partizan were explained as the master of the season 1986/87).

In the year 1989 the rounded association the 1980er - years then positively by the profit of the fifth Yugoslav cup off and defeated thereby in the final Velez Mostar spectacularly with 6:1.

football during the Balkans conflict

in the midst of a turbulent season 1991/92, in their apron the Croatian associations the league left and plays, in which Bosnian associations were involved, due to the Bosnian war partly or completely painted and/or. were cancelled, won the association its sixth cup by a victory against red star Belgrade.

After in the following play time all, up to Borac Banja Luka, withdrew Bosnian and Macedonian associations from the league, mostly a quite tension-poor duel of the two large associations from Belgrade developed and led in such a way apart from the cup victory 1994 to further championship titles for Partizan in the years 1993, 1994, 1996 and 1997.

When in the same year 1997 the association Obilić Belgrade promoted of Arkan ascended into the first league and won directly in the first year the championship, Partizan could the cup again win and in the season 1998/99 then the championship again fetch back.

modern trend development since 2000

since beginning of the yearly 2000 was always out-played the championship title between Partizan and red star Belgrade, which always reserved the two first seats in the conclusion table. Partizan could achieve thereby in the years 2002 and 2003 as well as up-to-date 2005 the title, whereby the two latter championships the first titles of the association as “masters of the country Serbia and Montenegro” (instead of heretofore: Yugoslavia) to equate were.

fan culture

as rough air (too German: Totengräber) admitted trailer Partizans support traditionally all associations of the Partizan family. In the year 1999 parts on the south grandstand of the residents fans organized an allocation in two different groups. The again formed part became from now on admits as Južni front (south front) and dissociated themselves from the traditional fans. 2005 came it to the reunification of the fans under the name rough air Jug and after bitter, twice separating in the European Cup to the boycott against the football club, which was accompanied by numerous protest actions against the association point of the football department. Due to numerous excesses, not only in the notorious Stadtderby against red star, are the fans as violent feared.

cadres season 2005/06

Name back number nationality born in the association since last association
coach
Jürgen Röber Deutscher 25.12.1953 2005 VfL wolf castle
gate
Ivica Kralj 25 Montenegriner 26.03.1973 ??? PSV Eindhoven
Nikolas Asprogenis 30 Zypriote 06.04.1986 2005 Apollon Limmassol
Nemanja Jovšić 77 Serbe 07.10.1983 2006 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
Vladimir Lukić ?? Serbe 12.06.1986 2002 Prva Petoletka Trstenik
defense
Milivoje Ćirković 2 Serbe 14.04.1977 ??? Partizan youth
Niša Saveljić 3 Montenegriner 27.03.1970 2005 fiber plastics Istres
Zoran Mirković 4 Serbe 21.09.1971 2004 Fenerbahce Istanbul
Marko Lomić 13 Serbe 13.09.1983 2005 fiber plastics Železnik
Nenad Djordjević 14 Serbe 07.08.1979 2003 Obilić Belgrade
Nemanja Rnić 24 Serbe 30.09.1984 ??? Partizan youth
marine Sava 38 Serbe 16.01.1985 2006 fiber plastics Zurich
Bojan Šljivančanin 6 Serbe 04.05.1982 2006 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje
Perica Stančeski 26 Serbe 29.01.1985 2005 Partizan youth
centre zone
Nenad Brnović 7 Montenegriner 18.01.1980 2003 Zeta Golubovci
Stefan Babović 10 Serbe 07.01.1987 2005 Partizan youth
Miroslav Radović 11 Serbe 16.01.1984 2004 Mladost Rogatica
Ivan Tomić 21 Serbe 05.01.1976 2004 Deportivo Alaves
Albert Nadj 28 Serbe 29.10.1974 2004 material Oviedo
Milan Smiljanić 31 Serbe 19.11.1986 2005 Partizan youth
Zvonimir Vukić 88 Serbe 19.07.1979 2006 Portsmouth fiber plastic
Bojan Čukić 43 Serbe 05.02.1988 2006 Partizan youth
Miralem Sulejmani 44 Serbe 05.12.1988 2005 Partizan youth
Miloš Bosančić 42 Serbe 22.05.1988 1999 Partizan youth
storm
Pierre Boya 8 Kameruner 16.01.1984 2004 Espoir D'Obala
Srdjan Radonjić 9 Serbe 08.05.1981 2004 Sutjeska Nikšić
Salhir Zulji 29 Serbe 11.06.1985 2006 fiber plastics work living
Borko Veselinović 35 Serbe 06.01.1986 2005 Partizan youth
Danko Lazović 17 Serbe 17.05.1983 2006 Bavarian Leverkusen
conditions: March 2006

all coaches

  • Jürgen Röber (since 6. October 2005)
  • Vladimir Vermezović (January 2004 to 2. October 2005)
  • Lothar matte house (December 2002 until December 2003)
  • Ljubiša Tumbaković (1. July 2000 until December 2002)
  • million-dragee Ješić (1. July 1999 to 1. July 2000)
  • Ljubiša Tumbaković (3. July 1992 to 1. July 1999)
  • Ivica Osim (1. July 1991 to 3. July 1992)
  • Miloš Milutinović (1. July 1990 to 1. July 1991)
  • Nenad Bjeković (29. April 1990 to 1. July 1990)
  • Ivan Golac (27. September 1989 to 26. April 1990)
  • Momčilo Vukotić (12. September 1988 to 27. September 1989)
  • Fahrudin Jusufi (1. July 1987 to 12. September 1988)
  • Nenad Bjeković (19. August 1984 to 30. June 1987)
  • Miloš Milutinović (1. July 1982 to 19. August 1984)
  • Tomislav Kaloperović (1. July 1980 to 1. July 1982)
  • Josip Duvančić (1. July 1979 to 30. June 1980)
  • Jovan Miladinović (15. April 1979 to 1. July 1979)
  • Florijan Matekalo (1. January 1979 to 14. April 1979)
  • Ante Mladinić (12. January 1977 to 31. December 1978)
  • Jovan Miladinović (16. October 1976 to 31. December 1976)
  • Tomislav Kaloperović (17. November 1974 to 15. October 1976)
  • Mirko Damjanović (29. November 1973 to 17. November 1974)
  • Velibor Vasović (24. December 1971 to 29. November 1973)
  • Gojko Zec (2. July 1970 to 24. December 1971)
  • Kiril Simonovski (30. November 1969 to 30. June 1970)
  • Stevan Vilotić (autumn 1969 to 30. November 1969)
  • Stjepan Bobek (autumn 1967 to autumn 1969)
  • Stevan Vilotić (1. July 1967 to autumn 1967)
  • Abdulah Gegić (1. July 1965 to 30. June 1967)
  • Marko Valok (March 1965 to 30. June 1965)
  • Aleksandar Atanacković (1. August 1964 until December 1964)
  • Florijan Matekalo (February 1964 to 1. August 1964)
  • Marko Valok (autumn 1963 until February 1964)
  • Stjepan Bobek & Kiril Simonovski (season 1962/63)
  • Stjepan Bobek (1960 to 1962)
  • Ilješ Špic (1958 to 1960)
  • Geza Kaločaj (1957 to 1958)
  • Florijan Matekalo (1957)
  • Kiril Simonovski (1956)
  • Aleksandar Tomašević (1955 to 1956)
  • Ilješ Špic (1954 to 1955)
  • Milovan Ćirić (1953 to 1954)
  • Ilješ Špic (1953)
  • tonuses Pogačnik (1952 to 1953)
  • Ilješ Špic (1946 to 1951)
  • Franjo Glazer (1945)

acquaintance former players

sporty one of successes

football

European Cup of the national masters champion League
second: 1966
doubles (2):
1947, 1994
Yugoslav master (19):
1947, 1949, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005
Yugoslav vice-master (13):
1954, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1968, 1970, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2004
Yugoslav Cup winner (9):
1947, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2001
Yugoslav cup finalist (10):
1948, 1949 (2.Mannschaft), 1950, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1979, 1993, 1996, 1999,
Yugoslav Supercup winner (1):
1989
Mitropa Cup - winner (1):
1978

other kinds of sport

basketball

the basketball department won 1992 the national master cup in the legendary final Four final of Istanbul, where one defeated Joventut Badalona in an exciting play with 71:70.

In addition the association won three times the Korac Cup. In the year 1978 the association in Banja Luka won the final against KK Bosna Sarajevo with 117:110 after extension. In the year after one could defend the title against the Italian association Arrigoni Rieti successfully with 108:99. The third title followed then 1989, when the KK Partizan in and replay of the Italian representatives Vismara Cantú defeated. In the first leg of Cantú one lost with 76:89, but in the replay in Belgrade a 101:82 provided for the victory of the KK Partizan.

in addition other

departments of the association crews in the kinds of sport hand ball , Volleyball , Wasserball , ice hockey , Rugby , tennis , table tennis , Leichtathletik , swimming sport , cycle racing , rudders , boxes , Judo , carats , rings , Gewichtheben , rhythmic sport gymnastic, sport shooting , Bowling and chess maintains.

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