FK Bor

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FK Bor
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Full name Fudbalski klub Bor
Nickname(s) Real from Pyrite
Founded 1919; 95 years ago (1919)
Ground Stadium on the Pyrite, Bor, Serbia
Ground Capacity 4,000
President Serbia Slavica Milojević
Manager Serbia Milija Brkić
League Pomoravsko-Timočka Zona
2009-10 11th

FK Bor (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Бop) is a football club based in Bor, Serbia.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1919 as a Serbian-French sports society under the name Asotiation Sportive Bor or ASB for short. It was managed by a Frenchman named Loren, the director of mechanical services in Bor mining company. Not much is recorded about the early club activity, until the first official game played jn 1920. First ASB's head coach was Gallois, who also played for the club as well as for France national football team. At the beginning of the Second World War, the club was renamed BSK. This was the most successful club in the area of the Eastern Serbia and achieved good results in the first part of Serbian football competitions.

BSK and Bor merged in 1946, to form a club with the name of Radnički. The club officially changed its name to FK Bor and was engaged in the first post-war organized competitions. In the meantime, in the name of the club was added the prefix "rudarski" and the club was known by the name (RFK Bor) until 1974, year when the club erased the name prefix.

Victories over Radnički Niš by 7:0 and Radnički Kragujevac by 9:1 are good examples of some great exhibitions made in the 50's. In 1963 the club entered to the Second league, and since then, several times, the club participated in the top division, the Yugoslav First League, having participated, in the season of 1968/69, in the European Cup Winners Cup.

Records and highlights[edit]

FK Bor was played in the national Cup Finale in season 1967/1968:

Belgrade Cup Finale:

Highest League Position  : 13 in First League

Lowest League Position  : 16 in Pomoravsko-Timočka Zona

Highest Attendance  : 20000 in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup R1 vs Slovan Bratislava

Biggest Win  : 21-0 against BSK Bogovina in Spring 1960

Biggest Defeat  : 1-12 against Partizan in January 1949

Most League Appearances  : Serbia Dragan Ivanov

Most League Goals  : Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Buda Gojković

Honours[edit]

  • Third League
    • Winners: 1962-63, 1979–80, 1989–90, 1995–96
  • Niš Football Association Cup
    • Winners: 1953-54
  • RTB trophy
    • Winners: 1957

FK Bor in Europe[edit]

season competition round land team result
1968-69 CWC 1round Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 0:3, 2:0

Current squad[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

2010-2011

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

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Nikola Trailović (captain)
2 Serbia DF Dragan Šćopić
3 Serbia DF Ivan Miljković
4 Serbia DF Miloš Mitić
5 Serbia DF Dragan Milenković
6 Serbia DF Nebojša Živković
7 Serbia MF Marko Terzić
8 Serbia MF Davor Čaurević
9 Serbia FW Saša Ivanov
10 Serbia MF Vladimir Milojević
11 Serbia MF Aleksandar Maletić
No. Position Player
12 Serbia GK Marko Kostadinović
13 Serbia MF Dejan Božić
14 Serbia MF Bojan Janković
15 Serbia FW Dejan Mirković
16 Serbia MF Darko Janković
17 Serbia DF Nikola Ružić
18 Serbia DF Miloje Radovanović
19 Serbia FW Nikola Ducić
20 Serbia FW Nemanja Čikarić
21 Serbia FW Saša Jovanović
22 Serbia DF Branimir Đorđević

FK Bor Supporters Player of the Year[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

 
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Perišić (August, 1978 - January, 1986)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radojica Radojičić (1977/78)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pavao Rajzner (May, 1976 - until the end of the season 1976/77)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Spasojević (October, 1974 - May, 1976)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milan Ilić-Meda (Autumn, 1973 - October, 1974)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boris Marović (June, 1965 - Autumn, 1973)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Spasojević (December, 1972–1973)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sima Vilić (August, 1972 - December, 1972)
  • Croatia Marcel Žigante (1968–1972)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radojica Radojičić (1966–1968)
  • Bulgaria M. Bakovljev (June, 1965- December, 1965)
  • Serbia Branislav Aćimović (January, 1964- June, 1965)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boris Marović (October, 1963 - until the end of the season 1963/64)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miodrag Arunović (August, 1963 - October, 1963)
  • Albania Asim Fehmi (June, 1963 - August, 1963)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Purić (January, 1963 - June, 1963)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Abdulah Gegić (1961–1963)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Rajković (January, 1961 - until the end of the season 1960/61)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Babanović (1960 - until the second half of the season 1960/61)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragoljub Nikolić (1960 - only coached 5 competitive matches in 1960/61)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boško Ralić (1958–1960)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Purić (1956–1958)
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budimir Milivojević-Skulja (first professional manager (1952–1956))
  • France Gallois (1919–?)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°59′24″N 29°01′30″E / 40.990°N 29.025°E / 40.990; 29.025