2010–11 Serbian First League
Big Bull Radnički
|Goals scored||665 (2.17 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Darko Spalević (13 goals)|
|Biggest home win||Novi Sad 6–0 Dinamo Vranje|
|Highest scoring||Sinđelić Niš 5–2 Kolubara|
The Serbian First Football League (Serbian: Prva Liga Telekom Srbija) is the second-highest football league in Serbia. The league is operated by the Serbian FA. 18 teams will compete in this league for the 2010-11 season. Two teams will be promoted to the Serbian SuperLiga and four will be relegated to the Serbian League, the third-highest division overall in the Serbian football league system.
||Qualification or relegation
|1||BASK (C) (R)2||34||24||5||5||54||21||+33||77||Relegation to 2011–12 Serbian League|
|2||Radnički 1923 (P)||34||22||8||4||61||22||+36||74||Promotion to 2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga|
|3||Novi Pazar (P)||34||21||8||5||46||20||+26||71|
|8||Proleter Novi Sad||34||12||9||13||46||40||+6||45|
|16||Zemun (R)||34||8||9||17||34||40||-6||33||Relegation to 2011–12 Serbian League|
|17||Big Bull Radnički (R)||34||7||5||22||26||50||-24||26|
|18||Dinamo Vranje (R)||34||7||5||22||23||65||-42||26|
|Direct promotion to Serbian SuperLiga|
|Direct relegation to Serbian League|
-->2Although BASK has won promotion to 2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga, they declined it, stating financial difficulties. The club was penalized by Football Association, thus instead of promotion, they ended being demoted by two divisions. As BASK first won promotion and then declined it, they will play in the 3rd tier, Serbian League, group Belgrade, in the 2011-12 season. That automatically meant that 4th-from-bottom team has been spared of relegation.
-->3Kolubara had better head-to-head statistics against Zemun.