Olympic Games Beijing 2008
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Basketball club Partizan
Basketball club Buducnost
Basketball club Siroki
Basketball club Zagreb
Basketball club Asesoft (Romania)
Football clubs

Football club Partizan


Partizan Football Club was founded on 4th of October 1945.

Partizan Football Club won Yugoslav national championship 20 times: 1947, 1949, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008.
Yugoslav national cup was won 10 times: 1947, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2001 and 2008.

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 goal scoring table of all times with 425 goals.

In Partizan`s rich history, 130 players made appearances 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 neighboring 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 strength, 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.

Football club Napredak

FC Napredak was founded in 1946 by merging three existing clubs: “October 14th”, “Badza” and “Zakic”. First official match was played against Macedonian national team in 1947 under result 1 : 1. Goal for “Napredak” gave Marko Valok, who played later for FC Partizan Belgrade and national team.


FK Napredak-FK partizan
FK Napredak-FK partizan
FK Napredak-FK partizan

Football club Sutjeska


Handball club Crvena Zvezda