FK Crvenka

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Crvenka
Full name Fudbalski Klub Crvenka
Founded 1919
Ground Crvenka Stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000
Manager Serbia
League Sub-regional league of Sombor
2009–10 Sub-regional league of Sombor, 2nd

Fudbalski Klub Crvenka (English: Football Club Crvenka) (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Цpвeнкa) is a football club based in Crvenka, Serbia.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1919 as CSK - Crvenački Sportski Klub (Crvenka Sports Club). In 1945, it changed its name to FK Spartakus. In 1962, Spartakus merged with another club from Crvenka, FK Jedinstvo, becoming FK Crvenka. Immediately after, in the 1962–63 season, the club won the Second League Vojvodina North, thus qualifying to the Serbian League North. In 1966, they played in the Yugoslav Second League. Three years later, Vojvodina won the Second League North and played the play-offs for the Yugoslav First League but failed to qualify. However, they were successful the following year and won the promotion to the 1970–71 Yugoslav First League. That season they ended up last and were relegated after only one season in the top flight. They remained in the Second League until the 1990s. Afterwords they were further relegated to the third league where they played until 2007, and since then are playing in the regional leagues.

FK Crvenka squad that played in the 1970-71 Yugoslav First League (name, number of games/goals):

Slobodan Jovanić 33/3
Milorad Basta 32/5
Jovica Bešlin 32/4
Ante Bačić 31/2
Ratko Svilar 31
Miloš Ostojić 28/2
Momčilo Jovović 27/2
Živica Kanački 26/3
Dragan Lečić 26/1
Ilić 26
Milan Živadinović 23/2
Petar Milovanović 17
Jaroslav Šanta 16
Rudolf Grgić 14
Čabarkapa 12/2
Radivoje Božičić 12/1
Dragan Budovački 11/1
Bleskanj 8
Viktor Savić 7
Rifat Adžulović 6
Golubović 3
B. Jovović 1
Borislav Pastor 1

Current team[edit]

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

  • Club at SC Crvenka.