1991–92 Yugoslav Second League

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The Second League of Yugoslavia's 1991/1992 season was the last in which teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia participated, as well as the last of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in general as the Second League of FR Yugoslavia was established the following season. In 1992 these republics declared their independence from Yugoslavia. The clubs from Croatia and Slovenia were already playing their first seasons as separate nations.

Teams[edit]

Team Location Federal Republic Position
in 1990–91
Balkan Skopje  SR Macedonia 007I-R
Bečej Bečej  SR Serbia 012I-R
Bor Bor  SR Serbia 00613th
Borac Čačak  SR Serbia 00819th
Čelik Zenica  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 011I-R
Hajduk Kula  SR Serbia 009I-R
Iskra Bugojno  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 01417th
Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje  SR Montenegro 009I-R
Leotar Trebinje  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 01618th
Mačva Šabac  SR Serbia 00314th
Mogren Budva  SR Montenegro 00411th
Napredak Kruševac  SR Serbia 0137th
OFK Kikinda Kikinda  SR Serbia 0155th
Priština Priština  SR Serbia 0109th
Radnički Novi Beograd  SR Serbia 00510th
Radnički Kragujevac  SR Serbia 002I-R
Rudar Prijedor  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 009I-R
Sloboda Užice  SR Serbia 00915th
Teteks Tetovo  SR Macedonia 009I-R
Vrbas Vrbas  SR Serbia 009I-R

Season overview[edit]

FK Bečej was the league champion with 49 points, and together with FK Hajduk Kula, FK Radnički Beograd, FK Mogren, OFK Kikinda, FK Priština and FK Napredak Kruševac getting the promotion to the 1992–93 First League of FR Yugoslavia.

FK Sloboda Užice, FK Radnički Kragujevac, FK Mačva Šabac, FK Borac Čačak, FK Vrbas, FK Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje and FK Bor booked their places in next seasons 1992–93 Second League of FR Yugoslavia.

FK Teteks, that finished 12 and would eventually have maintained their status, along with eventually relegated FK Balkan Skopje, became members of the 1992–93 First Macedonian Football League in next season. The rest of the clubs that would eventually be relegated were all from the terrotory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and all left the Yugoslav league system.

Final table[edit]

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 Bečej 36 23 5 (2) 8 69 34 48
2 Hajduk Kula 36 21 6 (5) 9 62 34 47
3 Radnički Beograd 36 20 7 (3) 9 58 38 43
4 Mogren Budva 36 20 5 (2) 11 56 36 42
5 Priština 36 17 8 (5) 11 50 35 39
6 OFK Kikinda 36 19 1 (1) 16 52 44 39
7 Napredak Kruševac 36 16 7 (5) 13 61 47 37
8 Sloboda Titovo Užice 36 15 8 (6) 13 39 37 36
9 Radnički Kragujevac 36 16 5 (3) 15 52 44 35
10 Mačva Šabac 36 15 4 (1) 17 49 46 31
11 Borac čačak 36 13 9 (2) 14 42 41 28
12 Teteks Tetovo 36 14 3 (0) 19 45 68 28
13 Vrbas 36 12 8 (3) 16 45 50 27
14 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 36 11 9 (5) 16 41 50 27
15 Bor 36 10 8 (6) 18 35 51 26
16 Čelik Zenica 19 10 4 (3) 5 38 18 23
17 Balkan 36 10 8 (2) 18 26 54 22
18 Leotar Trebinje 36 10 4 (2) 22 37 64 22
19 Rudar Ljubija 36 10 3 (1) 23 29 67 21
20 Iskra Bugojno 19 3 4 (1) 12 15 40 7

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