9. Jan. Am Mittwochabend musste sich der deutsche Vizemeister nach einer schwachen Offensivleistung bei Partizan Belgrad mit (). FK Partizan Belgrade. Serbian Champion Serbian cup winner 6 . FK Radnicki Belgrade, Rad Belgrade. Serbia FK Partizan Belgrade U19, Partizan U 5. März Der von hohen Offizieren der jugoslawischen Volksarmee gegründete Verein FK Partizan Belgrad erreichte als erste osteuropäische Elf.
Vardar , who had not been deducted six points, won the title and subsequently participated in —88 European Cup. However, after a sequence of appeals and lawsuits which eventually led to Yugoslav Constitutional Court, the original final table of —86 , with Partizan as champions, was officially recognized in mid Also, the points deduction from —87 season was annulled and the title was given to Partizan, who headed the table without the deduction.
Partizan spent the final years in Yugoslavia undergoing significant organizational changes. However, this great generation was overshadowed by their crosstown rival Red Star and its rampage through domestic league, Europe and the world.
Partizan only won the national cup , 32 years after the last victory in that competition. The last trophy won before the breakup of Yugoslavia was the Yugoslav Super Cup, the first and the only one organized.
That year, Partizan took three trophies which is a club record in one season. In , Partizan signed Chinese national team players Jia Xiuquan and Liu Haiguang and they entered history as they, along Xie Yuxin and Gu Guangming , were the first Chinese footballers ever to have played in Europe.
After the death of President Josip Broz Tito in , ethnic tension grew in Yugoslavia, with the follow, that in the early s the Yugoslav state began to fall apart, and the civil war broke out.
At the end of May in , the United Nations Security Council imposed sanctions against the country, which led to political isolation, economic decline and hyperinflation of the Yugoslav dinar , and finally dislodged Yugoslav football from the international scene.
The disintegration of Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav wars from to , the resulting difficulties, as well as the sanctions had hit all Yugoslav clubs hard.
Notwithstanding, Partizan won during the war two titles in a row, in and The next two championships Partizan won came in and , but after only few years of peace, the Yugoslav clubs stood again before difficult times.
Between and , peace was broken again because the situation in Kosovo worsened with continued clashes between Yugoslav security forces and the Kosovo Liberation Army.
During these turbulent s, the club won also several national cups, this in , and In , Partizan was reintroduced to European competitions following the lift of the UEFA ban on clubs from FR Yugoslavia, but while the national team continued where they had stopped in the spring of , the clubs had all their results erased and were treated as the beginners in the European competitions.
The decision met with incomprehension among the club officials of the Yugoslav clubs. That decision will have long-term catastrophic consequences for Partizan — instead of enjoying the merits of its own many-year work, they would get harder opponents from the start and the competition would start already in July.
This decade has been marked by numerous team changes and the circle of selling the best players to richer European clubs after just a couple of seasons of first-team football and replacing them with fresh young talents.
The new millennium has arrived, but the goals remain the same. They are the first Serbian team to qualify for the main draw of this elite European club competition since its inception in Playing in Europe was reflected in the championship, and Partizan lost the title.
Also, he became the only coach who has managed to take the team to the knockout stage of a European competition since new format. Although Partizan has managed to qualify for the —07 UEFA Cup group stage,  that season was viewed as a failure.
The club strengthened its squad with some foreigners like Juca ,  Almami Moreira and Lamine Diarra. In —09, the club successfully defended their league and cup double from the —08 season, the first time this occurred its history.
But in Europe, Partizan suffered a real shock: UEFA judged travelling Partizan fans to have been the culprits of the trouble,  but Partizan were allowed to play the return leg while the appeal was being processed.
In the , the club won the double. At the Partizan Stadium the result was 2—2. Next game Partizan played against Arsenal at Partizan Stadium and lost 1—3 after they played inspired football with a 10 man team in the last 30 minutes of the match.
In two matches against Sporting Braga , Partizan failed to score and they lost both games 0—2 in Braga; 0—1 in Belgrade. Partizan then signed former Chelsea manager Avram Grant ,  who was able to preserve the lead from the half-season.
He led Partizan to their fifth consecutive league title but lost three times against fierce rivals Red Star. In summer of , Partizan eliminated Shirak 1—1, away goal and lost against Ludogorets Razgrad 1—3 on aggregate.
The —15 season was a successful for Partizan, winning the Serbian championship and securing passage to the group stage of the Europa League. Partizan is first team who managed to win the Serbian Cup without conceding goal in history.
Partizan had a terrible start in —17 season. Partizan later played against Dynamo Kyiv. After leading at half-time, they lost Partizan then beat Young Boys at home, and secure place knock-out stage.
In the last match of the group, Partizan lost to Dynamo Kyiv in Kiev. Partizan won second place in the group with eight points two more than Young Boys and five less than Dynamo Kyiv.
Partizan takes the lead, but then concede a late goal which came from offside. The result was for Viktoria on aggregate.
In October , Partizan adopted as their first crest a blue disc with a yellow bordered red five-pointed star in the middle, which symbolized communism ,  and contained the abbreviation JA Jugoslovenska Armija , The Yugoslav Army inside it.
Later on, the central circle became white with a red five-pointed star in it. It was surrounded by a larger blue circle in which the words "the Yugoslav Army" were written, while both circles were bordered by a yellow circle with a green wreath over it.
At the bottom of the emblem was a shield with red and white lines, and on the top were five torches, each representing one of the five nations of Yugoslavia Serbs , Croats , Slovenes , Macedonians and Montenegrins.
This was a clear reference to the National Emblem of Yugoslavia. Partizan used this emblem until , although it changed its equipment colors of blue and red to black and white a year before.
The crest remained unchanged until the breakup of Yugoslavia. Stjepan Bobek , in an informal interview with the Belgrade media.
For most of its history, Partizan has played in black and white striped jerseys, but during its earliest days it used entirely dark red , blue or white jerseys.
All this time, the away shirts have been mostly either all white or occasionally red-blue striped, but in recent years an all-black strip is usually used.
Partizan supporters sometimes call it "Fudbalski hram" The Temple of Football. The stadium is situated in the Savski Venac municipality, in central Belgrade.
The ground has also been used for a variety of other sport events since It was used from the mid-fifties until as the final point of yearly festivities called the Youth Day.
Partizan is the club with the most league titles and cup wins in youth competition in Serbia. According to a domestic poll, Partizan is the second popular football club in Serbia, behind Red Star Belgrade.
They also have many supporters in all other former-Yugoslav republics like Macedonia ,  Slovenia ,  and among the Serbian diaspora , especially in Germany,  Austria ,  Switzerland ,  Sweden ,  Canada, Malta, the United States and Australia.
The organized supporters of Partizan are called Grobari "The Gravediggers " or " Undertakers " ,  which were formed in and situated mainly on the south stand of the Partizan Stadium; therefore, they are also known as Grobari Jug "The Undertakers South".
The Grobari support all clubs in the Partizan Sports Association and in the course of time they have become recognizable by their noisy and constant cheering as well as their devotion and loyalty to the club.
It has been suggested that "many ultras took part in the armed conflicts and carry their scars today, translating the tribal nature of the Yugoslav wars to their clubs and ultras groups".
Grobari have also a traditional friendship with Juventude Leonina, the main ultras group of Portuguese side Sporting Clube de Portugal.
The game finished with a 3—3 draw, with Sporting later loing in Belgrade in the second hand by 5—2, however the club boards of both teams regularly meet from time to time to mark the occasion of this historic event.
The stands of both teams feature fireworks, coloured confetti, flags, rolls of paper, torches, smoke, drums, giant posters and choreographies, used to create visual grandeur and apply psychological pressure on the visiting teams, hence the slogan, "Welcome to Hellgrade".
This creates for the region a typical and distinctive Balkan Brass Band atmosphere. Both sets of supporters sing passionate songs against their rivals, and the stadiums are known to bounce with the simultaneous jumping of the fans.
The duel is regarded by Bleacher Report as one of the greatest football rivalries in the world. As of 17th August Overall, Partizan have won 44 official titles including 27 national championships, 15 national cups, 1 national supercup, 1 Mitropa Cup.
He played games in two turns, from and and from till present. Partizan are record-holders of the Yugoslav First League in terms of points acquired during a campaign, with , and are the only league-winning team to have gone undefeated during one season in and Partizan became the first champion of Yugoslavia in , the first Yugoslav Cup winner, also in , and therefore also the first double winner in the country.
They won three consecutive championship titles, in , and , the first title hat-trick in the history of the Yugoslav First League.
They are the only Serbian club ever, since the first nationwide domestic football competition in , to win six consecutive national titles, not leaving the throne since the —08 season.
The club holds records such as playing in the first European Champions Cup match in ,  becoming the first Balkan and Eastern European club to play in the European Champions Cup final in ,  and becoming the first club from Serbia to take part in the UEFA Champions League group stages in Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. For recent transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers winter — For the list of all Partizan players, see: Players with national team appearances.
Flags indicate the national teams the players played for. Players that played for two different national teams have the flags of both national teams.
As of 4 August , the staff includes: As of 28 February . Below is a list of Partizan managers from until the present day. Partizan operates as a sports association, as part of Partizan Sports Association , which includes 26 clubs in different sports, but it has complete independence regarding organisation, management, finances, material goods and facilities.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the parent multi-sport club, see JSD Partizan. History of FK Partizan. Most of us, young generals who played and loved football, we gathered and agreed to start a football club.
We did not argue over what the name would be. We were Partisans , it was most natural to call our club Partizan.
It all happened while we were on tour in South America, and when we played a friendly match against Juventus in We got as gift two sets of their jerseys, as they were delighted with our game.
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The season finished with victory in the national championship and Cup. The departure of these two proved to be an irreparable loss. Because of the UN sanctions against Yugoslavia, Partizan was not allowed to defend the European title in —93 season.
Additionally, in Yugoslav clubs were again able to compete in European competitions. Next season, —98, was a success in Euroleague.
Two years after their "return to Europe" Partizan won the third participation in the Final Four. At the end of the season most of players left the club, and another young squad was formed.
Since the —02 season, Partizan has been the most successful club in Serbia and the wider region, winning thirteen consecutive national titles, six national cups five consecutive , and six Adriatic league titles five consecutive in the Euroleague.
In the period between and Partizan struggled with its results in Euroleague. On the domestic front Partizan was highly successful and built up for European success in following years.
In the —07 season, In addition to the sixth consecutive title in Serbia, Partizan won its first Adriatic league trophy, defeating the Serbian club FMP , in the finals.
Ever since that season Partizan regularly reaches at least the play-off stage of Euroleague. The season —08 was a big come back to the top of European basketball.
On domestic front, Partizan Igokea won the first of four consecutive triple crowns, uniting the trophies in national league, national cup and regional league.
In the —09 season Partizan defended all three trophies. The —10 season was one of the most successful seasons in the history of KK Partizan.
Partizan again went to quarterfinals and this time faced Israeli giants Maccabi Tel Aviv. Partizan went past their opponent in big style and secured the fourth Final Four of Euroleague.
Partizan again defended national league and cup titles. The final game of Adriatic league in front of the sold-out Arena Zagreb was against longtime rivals from Croatia Cibona.
In Euroleague, Partizan achieved its main goal and qualified for the Top 16 phase. Again, most of the starters left the team before the —12 season began.
Without him, Partizan lost all three remaining fixtures and after five consecutive years, failed to qualify further. In the regional Adriatic League, Partizan was stopped in the semifinals, ending its five-year reign in the competition.
On the domestic front however, Partizan extended its success, winning another double. After mixed performances in the ABA League regular season, Partizan performed well in the final four, winning its sixth regional title, and securing another season in Euroleague.
In the Serbian championship, Partizan successfully defended the trophy and brought its record to twenty national titles, the last twelve being consecutive.
Despite failure at the Final Four of the Adriatic League , Partizan finished the season by winning its thirteenth consecutive title, again defeating their archrivals Crvena zvezda by in the final series.
In —15 season , Partizan finished fourth in the regular season of the Adriatic League , only to be eliminated in the playoff semifinals.
Partizan was also eliminated in the Serbian Cup and failed to defend the Serbian League title, losing to Red Star Belgrade in the final series.
Without a single trophy won, the season was the worst in fourteen years. The summer of included many organizational and roster changes.
After being eliminated in the Adriatic League in the playoff semifinals and Serbian League too in semifinals Partizan ended up without a single trophy won for a third consecutive year.
However, due to poor results, he was sacked in December At the end of the year, there were big changes in the club. With new coach, changes were in the squad.
Club signed Kwame Vaughn and Bandja Sy. After good form in next two monts, Partizan finished on 5th position in Adriatic League. Partizan played in the Eurocup , but finished with a record and last place in there group.
The Superleague campaign also finished unsuccessfully because Partizan lost to Crvena Zvezda in the Playoff semifinals thus failing to win the League title for a fourth consecutive season.
Under Trinchieri, the game improved and Partizan finally achieved some European success, qualifying for the Top16 in the EuroCup. The Gravediggers are supporters of the Belgrade football club Partizan.
They generally support all clubs within the Partizan multi-sport club , especially football and basketball club. The arena, then named Pionir Hall, was built in in eleven months, by Energoprojekt.
In the —09 season, Partizan played their home games of the Euroleague Top 16 in the Kombank Arena. On 5 March against Greek team Panathinaikos, a record crowd of 22, was set for the Euroleague.
Flags indicate national team eligibility at FIBA sanctioned events. Players may hold other non-FIBA nationality not displayed. There have been twenty-six head coaches for Partizan since the founding of the club in He won Yugoslav League with Partizan in In his four stints with Partizan he won a total of twenty-three trophies.
Partizan has won thirty-five domestic trophies, including twenty-one championships , of which the last twelve were won consecutively, and fourteen cups, of which the last five were won consecutively.
They have also won six Adriatic championships , first five of them consecutive. Overall, Partizan has won forty-four trophies, which makes it the most successful basketball club in Serbia.
Partizan is the first and so far only club from Serbia that played games against NBA teams.