1983–84 Yugoslav First League

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Prva savezna liga
Season 1983–84
Champions Crvena Zvezda
(15th title)
Promoted Iskra Bugojno
Sutjeska Nikšić
Relegated Olimpija Ljubljana
Čelik Zenica
European Cup Crvena Zvezda
UEFA Cup Partizan
Željezničar Sarajevo
Rijeka
Cup Winners' Cup Hajduk Split
Matches played 306
Goals scored 760 (2.48 per match)
Top goalscorer Darko Pančev (19)

Teams[edit]

Changes from last season[edit]

Teams promoted from 1982–83 Yugoslav Second League
Teams relegated to 1983–84 Yugoslav Second League

Overview[edit]

Team Home city Republic Stadium Position
in 1982–83
Budućnost Titograd  MNE Stadion pod Goricom 01414th
Čelik Zenica  BIH Stadion Bilino Polje
Crvena zvezda Belgrade  SRB Stadion Crvena Zvezda 0055th
Dinamo Vinkovci Vinkovci  CRO Stadion Mladosti 01212th
Dinamo Zagreb Zagreb  CRO Stadion Maksimir 0033rd
Hajduk Split Split  CRO Gradski stadion u Poljudu 0022nd
Olimpija Ljubljana  SLO Stadion za Bežigradom 0077th
Osijek Osijek  CRO Stadion Gradski vrt 01616th
Partizan Belgrade  SRB Stadion JNA 0011st
Priština Priština  SRB Gradski stadion Priština
Radnički Niš Niš  SRB Stadion Čair 0044th
Rijeka Rijeka  CRO Stadion na Kantridi 01515th
Sarajevo Sarajevo  BIH Stadion Koševo 01111th
Sloboda Tuzla  BIH Stadion Tušanj 0066th
Vardar Skopje  MKD Gradski stadion Skopje 0088th
Velež Mostar  BIH Stadion Bijeli Brijeg 01313th
Vojvodina Novi Sad  SRB Stadion Vojvodine 0099th
Željezničar Sarajevo  BIH Stadion Grbavica 01010th

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Red Star (C) 34 17 10 7 52 26 +26 44 1984–85 European Cup
2 Partizan 34 15 12 7 43 25 +18 42 1984–85 UEFA Cup
3 Željezničar 34 15 12 7 52 35 +17 42
4 Rijeka 34 16 10 8 53 37 +16 42
5 Hajduk Split 34 12 15 7 39 22 +17 39 01984–85 European Cup Winners' Cup0
6 Osijek 34 12 10 12 36 39 −3 34
7 Radnički Niš 34 15 3 16 40 47 −7 33
8 Prishtina 34 15 3 16 36 55 −19 33
9 Sarajevo 34 11 10 13 53 46 +7 32
10 Vojvodina 34 11 10 13 39 36 +3 32
11 Dinamo Vinkovci 34 11 10 13 41 54 −13 32
12 Dinamo Zagreb 34 11 9 14 58 51 +7 31
13 Velež 34 11 9 14 33 35 −2 31
14 Budućnost 34 12 7 15 33 37 −4 31
15 Vardar 34 14 3 17 46 56 −10 31
16 Sloboda Tuzla 34 12 7 15 41 53 −12 31
17 Olimpija (R) 34 10 8 16 29 40 −11 28 01984–85 Yugoslav Second League0
18 Čelik (R) 34 9 6 19 36 66 −30 24

Source: rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Top scorers[edit]

Player Club Goals
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Darko Pančev Vardar 19
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Snješko Cerin Dinamo Zagreb 16
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sulejman Halilović Dinamo Vinkovci 15
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nikola Nikić Željezničar 14
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milko Đurovski Crvena zvezda 13
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vasil Ringov Vardar / Dinamo Zagreb
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Batrović Priština 11
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Damir Desnica Rijeka
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Edin Bahtić Željezničar 10
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivan Cvjetković Sloboda
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mersad Kovačević Sloboda

Winning squad[edit]

Player Apps Goals
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivković, TomislavTomislav Ivković 34 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Elsner, MarkoMarko Elsner 32 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SMiloš Šestić 29 7
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DMilko Đurovski 27 13
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DBoško Đurovski 23 8
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nikolić, JovicaJovica Nikolić 22 8
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SMiroslav Šugar 22 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milovanović, ĐorđeĐorđe Milovanović 21 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jovin, MilanMilan Jovin 21 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mrkela, MitarMitar Mrkela 20 2
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Banković, ZoranZoran Banković 19 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurišić, IvanIvan Jurišić 19 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miletović, DraganDragan Miletović 17 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Janković, MilanMilan Janković 16 2
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Stojanović, LjubišaLjubiša Stojanović 15 1
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DRanko Đorđić 14 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Janjanin, RajkoRajko Janjanin 14 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milojević, GoranGoran Milojević 14 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DŽarko Đurović 13 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milosavljević, NedeljkoNedeljko Milosavljević 12 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Komadina, DragićDragić Komadina 9 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Krivokapić, MiodragMiodrag Krivokapić 4 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Blagojević, CvijetinCvijetin Blagojević 3 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Krmpotić, ZlatkoZlatko Krmpotić 2 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ZRadoslav Žugić 1 1
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Savić, RadomirRadomir Savić 1 0
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radovanović, SlavkoSlavko Radovanović 1 0

Attendance[edit]

Club Average home attendance Average away attendance
Red Star Belgrade 23,588 20,588
FK Priština 18,647 7,647
FK Partizan 16,647 21,235
Dinamo Zagreb 16,294 13,412
Hajduk Split 13,353 17,824
FK Vardar 11,000 7,765
Čelik Zenica 8,588 7,059
FK Željezničar 8,529 7,824
FK Sarajevo 7,765 7,765
NK Olimpija 7,706 5,765
FK Velež 7,353 10,412
Radnički Niš 6,706 7,529
NK Rijeka 6,471 7,647
FK Vojvodina 6,059 7,059
Budućnost Titograd 5,765 7,588
NK Osijek 5,000 7,235
Sloboda Tuzla 4,941 7,059
Dinamo Vinkovci 4,000 7,000
  • Overall league attendance per match: 9,912 spectators

European competitions[edit]

European Cup 1983–84[edit]

  • First round:
PartizanNorway Viking W (5−1, 0−0) 5−1 on aggregate
  • Second round:
East Germany Dynamo BerlinPartizan L (2−0, 0−1) 2−1 on aggregate

UEFA Cup 1983–84[edit]

  • First round:
Romania Universitatea CraiovaHajduk Split W (1−0, 0−1) 1−1 on aggregate, Hajduk won on penalties
Italy Hellas VeronaCrvena Zvezda L (1−0, 3−2) 4−2 on aggregate
Radnički NišSwitzerland St. Gallen W (3−0, 2−1) 5−1 on aggregate
  • Second round:
Hungary Budapest HonvédHajduk Split W (3−2, 0−3) 3−5 on aggregate
Radnički NišCzechoslovakia TJ Internacionál Bratislava W (4−0, 2−3) 6−3 on aggregate
  • Third round:
Radnički NišHajduk Split W (0−2, 0−2) 0−4 on aggregate
  • Quarterfinal:
Czechoslovakia Sparta PragueHajduk Split W (1−0, 0−2 a.e.t.) 1−2 on aggregate
  • Semifinal:
Hajduk SplitEngland Tottenham Hotspur L (2−1, 0−1) 2−2 on aggregate, Tottenham won on away goals

Cup Winners' Cup 1983–84[edit]

  • First round:
Dinamo ZagrebPortugal FC Porto L (2−1, 0−1), 2−2 on aggregate, Porto won on away goals

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