1991–92 Yugoslav First League

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Yugoslav First League
Season 1991–92
Champions Red Star
19th domestic title
Champions League No Team
UEFA Cup No Teams
Top goalscorer Darko Pančev (25)

The First League of Yugoslavia's 1991/1992 season was the last in which professional football teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina (with one exception) and Macedonia participated, as well as the last of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in general as the First League of FR Yugoslavia was established the following season.

In 1992 these republics declared their independence from Yugoslavia. Due to the Bosnian War, the Bosnian clubs could not finish the season. Only the Serb club Borac Banja Luka remained the following year, playing in Belgrade. Soon after, the Macedonian First League was formed. Later, three ethnic leagues in Bosnia and Herzegovina were formed. First, the Croats formed the First League of Herzeg-Bosnia, while the Bosniaks formed the Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina which later became the UEFA recognized competition. Lastly, the Serbs formed the First League of the Republika Srpska.

Crvena zvezda (Red Star) was champion.

League[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D WD L GF GA GD Pts
1 Red Star Belgrade 33 23 5 4 5 77 24 +53 50
2 FK Partizan 33 21 10 4 2 59 18 +41 46
3 FK Vojvodina 33 19 5 4 9 45 31 +14 42
4 OFK Beograd 33 19 8 3 6 62 36 +26 41
5 FK Proleter Zrenjanin 33 16 4 3 13 41 43 -2 35
6 FK Vardar 33 15 6 4 12 50 34 +16 34
7 FK Rad 33 14 3 1 17 48 43 +5 29
8 Borac Banja Luka 33 11 10 6 11 24 32 -8 28
9 Sarajevo 32 12 6 3 14 33 45 -12 27
10 Zemun 33 12 7 2 14 44 43 +1 26
11 Radnički (Niš) 33 12 5 2 16 37 45 -8 26
12 Budućnost (Titograd) 33 10 8 3 15 30 32 -2 23
13 Sutjeska (Nikšić) 33 11 6 1 16 40 47 -7 23
14 Velež (Mostar) 32 10 5 3 17 34 53 -19 23
15 Pelister (Bitolj) 33 9 3 2 21 30 57 -27 20
16 Spartak (Subotica) 33 7 9 3 17 24 49 -25 17
17 Sloboda (Tuzla) 31 7 3 2 21 21 61 -40 16
18 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 17 6 3 3 8 18 24 -6 15
- Napredak (Kruševac) - - - - - - - - -
- Hajduk (Kula) - - - - - - - - -
- FK Bečej - - - - - - - - -
- Mogren (Budva) - - - - - - - - -
- OFK Kikinda - - - - - - - - -
- Radnički (Novi Beograd) - - - - - - - - -
- Priština - - - - - - - - -

League topscorer: Darko Pančev (Red Star) 25 goals from 28 league appearances

Champions:

players (league matches/league goals):
Duško Radinović (30/4)
Vladimir Jugović (29/4)
Ilija Najdoski (29/2)
Darko Pančev (28/25)
Ilija Ivić (27/8)
Milorad Ratković (26/4)
Siniša Mihajlović (24/8)
Miodrag Belodedici (24/1)
Dejan Savićević (22/5)
Miroslav Tanjga (18/0)
Vlada Stošić (17/4)
Dragoje Leković (17/0) -goalkeeper-
Goran Vasilijević (15/0)
Vladan Lukić (13/7)
Zvonko Milojević (13/0) -goalkeeper-
Elvir Bolić (11/2) arrived from Čelik Zenica in December 1991
Saša Nedeljković (9/0)
Slaviša Čula (8/0)
Mitko Stojkovski (7/0)
Duško Savić (5/0)
Rade Tošić (5/0)
Ivan Adžić (3/0)
Milić Jovanović (3/0) -goalkeeper-
Predrag Jovanović (3/0)
Aleksandar Kristić (3/0)
Nebojša Krupniković (2/0)
Đorđe Aćimović (1/0)

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