SAND Subotica

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SAND, initials for Subotičko atletičko nogometno društvo (Serbian Cyrillic: CAНД Cубoтицa) was a football club based in Subotica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

It was formed in 1920.[1] It participated in the 1927 Yugoslav Football Championship finishing 4th out of 6.[2] After that accomplishment, two of their best players, Miloš Beleslin and Geza Šifliš, received calls to join the Yugoslav national team that would play at the 1928 Summer Olympics.

Its stadium was the first in the country to have electrical illumination, still in the 1930s.[3]

Notable players[edit]

The following players have been capped by the Yugoslav national team:[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SAND at fkvojvodina.com
  2. ^ Yugoslav First League tables and results at RSSSF
  3. ^ Subotički fudbalski tereni i timovi 20ih i 30ih godina at gradsubotica.co.rs
  4. ^ SAND Subotica at EU-Football.info