FK Spartak Subotica


FK Spartak Subotica

Football club infobox
clubname = FK Spartak Subotica
fullname = _sr. Fudbalski Klub Spartak Subotica


nickname = "Plavi Golubovi", "Marinci"
founded = 1945
ground = Subotica City Stadium
Subotica, Serbia
capacity = 25,000
chairman = flagicon|Serbia Nemanja Simović
manager = flagicon|Serbia Srđan Bajić
league = Serbian League Vojvodina, 10th
season = 2006-2007
position = Serbian First League, 19th
"Relegated"
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FK Spartak Subotica is a Serbian football club from Subotica that plays in the Serbian third league ("Srpska Liga Vojvodina"). The club was founded in 1945 and was named after Jovan Mikić Spartak, the leader of the Partisans in Subotica, and a national hero who was killed in 1944.

History

founded 1945, FK Spartak Subotica is most successful representative of the northern cities in the state. It was participating in first after-war club chanpionship of the state 1946/47 and from then it is always moving from I to II league. The biggest success of the club was the finals Cup of Yugoslavia 1993/94 against Partizan 1-6.

Mitropa Cup

The Mitropa Cup, officially called the La Coupe de l'Europe Centrale was one of the first really international major European football cups for club sides. After World War II in 1951 a replacement tournament named Zentropa Cup was held to resume the rich tradition of this competition.

Fans

Spartak's fans, known as Marinci (Marines), were formed in 1995. The nickname itself was given by their fan lieder. Before that its fans name was Plavi Golubovi (Blue Pigeons)

Stadium

Subotica City Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Subotica, Serbia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Spartak from 1945 and FK Zlatibor Voda from 2007. The stadium holds 28,000 people. There is a football pitch and a registered track for athletics suitable for competitions. One part of the Stadium is covered. There are also two subsidiary football pitches.

Current squad

"As of 15 March, 2008"

quad changes just before and during 2007/08 season

In:

*flagicon|Macedonia Baštovanov Darko - Transferred "From" "FK Zlatibor Voda"

Out:

*flagicon|Serbia Miličić Ivan - Transferred "To" "FK Zemun"
*flagicon|Montenegro Milunović Vukadin - Transferred "To" "FK Radnički Kragujevac"

Famous players

*flagicon|Yugoslavia Tihomir Ognjanov
*flagicon|Hungary Jožef Takač
*flagicon|Yugoslavia Antal Puhalak
*flagicon|Serbia Nikola Žigić
*flagicon|Serbia Nemanja Vidić

External links

* [http://www.prvaliga.co.yu/klubovi/spartak.htm Serbian Prva Liga Profile] sr icon


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