1930 Yugoslav Football Championship

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The 1930 National Championship (Serbo-Croato-Slovenian: Državno prvenstvo 1930. / Државно првенство 1930.) had the number of teams participating raised to six. The champion, Concordia Zagreb, was a newly formed team consisting of previous HAŠK players.

Qualifiers[edit]

Locations of teams in 1930 Yugoslav First League

In 1930, two new sub-associations were formed. On April 13, the sub-association of Novi Sad was created, which would include the clubs from the districts of Novi Sad, Sremska Mitrovica, and Šabac. A month later, on May 9, the sub-association of Veliki Bečkerek was formed, including the clubs from Veliki Bečkerek, Vršac, Kikinda, and Pančevo districts.

Just as in the previous seasons, the two best-placed teams from the sub-associations of Belgrade and Zagreb would compete, while the rest of the sub-associations would qualify their champion. The Yugoslav Football Association, in order to increase the number of teams in the final stage, made some alterations, including that the first two teams positioned in the previous season (Hajduk Split and BSK Belgrade) qualify directly to the final stage.

The representatives were:

Qualifying round:

  • Bačka – Jugoslavija 2:1, 0:6
  • HAŠK – Slavija Osijek 3:3, 3:3 extra match: 1:1
  • Ilirija – Concordia 1:6, 0:6
  • Slavija Sarajevo was qualified as the Sub-association of Skoplje failed to present their team.

The qualified teams were Jugoslavija, Slavija Osijek, Concordia Zagreb, and Slavija Sarajevo. The first leg matches were played on July 6, with the second leg matches on July 13. The extra match between Slavija Osijek and HAŠK was played in Osijek on July 14. The Sub-association of Skoplje failed to present a champion as three clubs finished the league with equal number of points: Jug, SSK, and Sparta.[1]

League[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD P
1 Concordia Zagreb 10 6 3 1 25 15 +10 15
2 Jugoslavija Beograd 10 5 3 2 23 13 +10 13
3 Hajduk Split 10 5 3 2 21 17 +4 13
4 BSK Belgrade 10 5 2 3 26 16 +10 12
5 Slavija Sarajevo 10 2 2 6 15 23 -8 6
6 Slavija Osijek 10 0 1 9 6 32 -26 1

Top scorers[edit]

Final goalscoring position, number of goals, player/players and club.[2]

Champions[edit]

CONCORDIA ZAGREB (coach: Bogdan Cuvaj)

Kingdom of Yugoslavia Sergije Demić (10/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Stjepan Pavičić (10/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Boško Ralić (9/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Nikola Pavelić (8/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Daniel Premerl (6/1)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Gustav Remec (4/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Miloš Ferić (3/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Radovan Pavelić (10/4)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Dragutin Babić (10/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Edigio Martinović (10/1)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ivan Pavelić (10/10)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Boris Praunberger (9/3)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Aleksandar Živković (8/5)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Vladimir Lolić (1/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Pavao Löw (1/0)
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Božidar Armano (1/0)[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Milorad Sijić, "Fudbal u Kraljevini Jugoslaviji", pags. 55-57
  2. ^ Gola istina: kraljevi strelaca by Živko Bojanić, pag. 31 (in Serbian)
  3. ^ 1929/1930 Archived 2015-02-21 at the Wayback Machine at exyufudbal.in.rs

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