FK Bačka Bačka Palanka

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Bačka
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Full name FK Bačka Bačka Palanka
Nickname(s) Boys from the Palanka
The Blues
Founded 1945
Ground Stadion Slavko Maletin Vava, Backa Palanka
Ground Capacity 2,500
Chairman Serbia Zoran Karpov
Manager Serbia Trivo Ilic
League Serbian First League[1]
2013–14 Serbian League Vojvodina, 1st

FK Bačka Bačka Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Бачка Бачка Паланка) is a football club based in Bačka Palanka, Serbia. Currently competes in the Serbian First League (second league). "Bačka" is one of the most successful football clubs in Serbia at the eternal table Yugoslav Second League.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1945 and plays in the stadium Stadion Slavko Maletin Vava, capacity of 2,500, which was officially opened on 7 July and 1951 year. Bačka is the first time was ranked in the Second Federal League in the 1959–60 season, and for one of the biggest success is also considered entering the unique second federal league in season 1988–89. Total spent the Bačka 16th season in the minors. Also one of the greatest achievements of Bačka and share in the quarter Yugoslav Cup in the 1968–69 season, When Hajduk Split just in overtime victory of 2–1 failed continues to provide aisle. The club has participated several times in the finals of the national cup itself and the last part was in the 1993–94 season when the finals of Bačka eliminated by Radnički Niš. Thanks to exceptional gaming scene "Bačka" has made a series of good results in the primary memory matches, while in the Cup and winning the Premiership club friendlies such as Partizan, Dinamo Zagreb, OFK Beograd, Vojvodina, Spartak Subotica, Borac Banja Luka, Rijeka, Osijek, Proleter Zrenjanin, etc.[2]

Stadium[edit]

The Backa stadium, also known as Stadion Slavko Maletin Vava, was inaugurated in 1951 and has an capacity of 2,500. West Stand was completely covered and all of the sitting. East Stand was standing and is not covered. The stadium is located in downtown of Bačka Palanka, Serbia.




Current squad[edit]

As of 26 October 2014

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Serbia GK Damir Drinić
Serbia GK Goran Labus
Serbia GK Nemanja Latinović
Serbia GK Nenad Mitrović
Serbia DF Nikola Laćarak
Serbia DF Borislav Bajić
Serbia DF Dušan Avakumović
Serbia DF Uglješa Jević
Serbia DF Nemanja Ilić
Serbia DF Marko Klisura
Serbia DF Saša Ivković (on loan from Partizan)
Serbia DF Dušan Mijić
Montenegro DF Stefan Zogović (on loan from Vojvodina)
Serbia DF Zoran Pešić
Serbia DF Marko Bulat
No. Position Player
Serbia MF Srećko Tančić
Serbia MF Veseljko Trivunović (captain)
Serbia MF Dane Dukić
Serbia MF Miroslav Bjeloš
Serbia MF Aleksandar Avrić
Serbia MF Stefan Radoja
Serbia MF Aleksa Vukanović
Serbia FW Radovan Ivković
Serbia FW Damir Čeković
Serbia FW Stefan Trivković
Serbia FW Marko Zečević (vice-captain)
Serbia FW Lazar Dorić (on loan from Teleoptik)
Croatia FW Srđan Ivković
Serbia FW Filip Bajić
Serbia Stefan Jovanović

Notable former players[edit]

Fans[edit]

In addition to a number of audiences and supporters Bačka has its ardent fans. They gather in the eastern stand.

Interesting[edit]

  • The first radio reporter Bačka was Milenko Gavrilov - Uncle, technician and announcer, who first performed the transfer of 27 May in 1951. from Sombor.
  • FK Backa BP also has its own anthem, written by Ranko Leskov, a long-time player of the club. The anthem was first sung 28 August in 1946. In the middle of Becej landslide victory 3-0 over the team, "John Black" from Bečej. Anthem is one of the oldest football anthems in Serbia.[3]
  • Quarterfinal Match Yugoslav Cup in which the Bačka welcomed famous Hajduk Split watched about 10,000 people, although the stadium at the time, received 2,500 spectators. Unofficially, it was the largest attendance at Bačka Stadium.

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