1994–95 First League of FR Yugoslavia

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First League of FR Yugoslavia
Season 1994–95
Champions Red Star
20th domestic title
Champions League Red Star
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Obilic
UEFA Intertoto Cup Budućnost Podgorica
Bečej
Top goalscorer Savo Milošević (30)
93-94
95-96

Statistics of First League of FR Yugoslavia (Serbian: Пpвa caвeзнa лигa, Prva savezna liga) for the 1994–95 season.

Overview[edit]

Just as the previous season, the league consisted of 2 groups, A and B, each containing 10 clubs. Both groups were played in league system. By winter break all clubs in each group had met each other twice, home and away, with the bottom four from A group moving to group B, and being replaced by the top four from the B group. At the end of the season the same situation happened with four teams being replaced from A and B groups, and in addition, the bottom three clubs from the B group were relegated into the Second League of FR Yugoslavia for the next season and replaced by the top three from that league.

At the end of the season Red Star Belgrade became champions.

FK Partizan striker Savo Milošević become the league's top-scorer for second consecutive time, this time with 30 goals.

The relegated clubs were FK Spartak Subotica, FK Sutjeska Nikšić, FK Rudar Pljevlja.

First League[edit]

FALL[edit]

IA league[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD P
1 Vojvodina 18 11 5 2 34 18 +16 27
2 Red Star 18 10 5 3 36 12 +24 25
3 Partizan 18 10 5 3 42 15 +27 25
4 Rad 18 6 7 5 16 16 0 19
5 Zemun 18 7 4 7 18 27 -9 18
6 OFK Beograd 18 6 6 6 18 23 -5 18
7 Radnički Niš 18 7 4 7 23 21 +2 18
8 Napredak Kruševac 18 5 3 10 16 34 -18 13
9 Rudar Pljevlja 18 2 6 10 12 28 -16 10
10 Spartak Subotica 18 2 3 13 12 33 -21 7

IB league[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD P
1 Bečej 18 11 3 4 27 13 +14 25
2 Borac Čačak 18 11 3 4 30 14 +16 25
3 Radnički Novi Beograd 18 11 2 5 24 16 +8 24
4 Hajduk Kula 18 8 6 4 25 17 +8 22
5 Budućnost Podgorica 18 9 3 6 27 16 +11 21
6 Obilić Beograd 18 5 7 6 21 20 +1 17
7 Proleter Zrenjanin 18 6 3 9 22 24 -2 15
8 Loznica 18 5 5 8 21 29 -8 15
9 Sloboda Užice 18 3 6 9 10 23 -13 12
10 Sutjeska Nikšić 18 1 2 15 10 45 -35 4

SPRING[edit]

IA league[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD BP P
1 Red Star 18 14 3 1 63 17 +46 11 42
2 Partizan 18 13 2 3 43 17 +26 10 38
3 Vojvodina 18 10 4 4 37 26 +11 13 37
4 Bečej 18 7 4 7 17 27 -10 8 26
5 Zemun 18 6 5 7 24 25 -1 7 24
6 OFK Beograd 18 7 3 8 21 28 -7 7 24
7 Rad 18 4 6 8 22 38 -16 8 22
8 Borac Čačak 18 3 6 9 15 28 -13 7 19
9 Hajduk Kula 18 4 2 12 15 32 -17 5 15
10 Radnički Novi Beograd 18 3 3 12 20 39 -19 6 15

IB league[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD BP P
1 Budućnost Podgorica 18 9 4 5 31 23 +8 8 30
2 Radnički Niš 18 8 5 5 27 13 +14 8 29
3 Proleter Zrenjanin 18 8 4 6 30 27 +3 4 24
4 Napredak Kruševac 18 8 2 8 19 21 -2 5 23
5 Obilić Beograd 18 7 3 8 25 27 -2 5 22
6 Loznica 18 7 3 8 26 29 -3 4 21
7 Sloboda Užice 18 7 5 6 16 18 -2 2 21
8 Spartak Subotica 18 7 3 8 15 18 -3 3 20
9 Sutjeska Nikšić 18 7 2 9 23 25 -2 1 17
10 Rudar Pljevlja 18 5 3 10 17 28 -11 3 16
- Mladost Lučani - - - - - - - - -
- Čukarički Stankom - - - - - - - - -
- Mladost Bački Jarak - - - - - - - - -

League top scorer: Savo Milošević (FK Partizan) - 30 goals from 35 league appearances

Champions: RED STAR BELGRADE (coach: Ljupko Petrović) players (league matches/league goals):
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Petković (36/8)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Marko Perović (33/7)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivan Adžić (33/6)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Darko Kovačević (31/24)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zvonko Milojević (31/0) -goalkeeper-
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nebojša Krupniković (30/23)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Stefanović (30/9)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nenad Sakić (29/0)
Republic of Macedonia Mitko Stojkovski (28/1)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Đorović (28/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bratislav Živković (25/2)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nikola Radmanović (24/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Stojiljković (17/7)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Srđan Bajčetić (14/1) sold to Celta de Vigo after 1st half of the season
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Predrag Stanković (13/2)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jovan Stanković (13/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Darko Pivaljević (7/2)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Riznić (7/2)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Kristić (7/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Stanković (7/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Mašić (6/3)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milan Simeunović (4/0) -goalkeeper-
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Perica Ognjenović (3/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Đorović (2/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vinko Marinović (2/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Božidar Bandović (1/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miodrag Božović (1/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Dragaš (1/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Darko Ljubojević (1/0)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rade Mojović (1/0) -goalkeeper-

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