FK ČSK Pivara

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ČSK Pivara
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Full name Fudbalski Klub ČSK Pivara
Nickname(s) Lavovi (The Lions)
Founded 1925; 92 years ago (1925)
Ground Stadion Pivare, Čelarevo
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Serbia Milan Knežević
Manager Trivo Ilić
League Serbian First League
2015–16 Serbian First League, 3rd

Fudbalski Klub ČSK Pivara (Serbian Cyrillic: ЧСК Пивара) is a football club from Čelarevo/Bačka Palanka, Serbia. It was founded in 1925 as ČOSK (Serbian: Čebski Omladinski Sportski Klub or ЧOCK, Чебски Омладински Спортски Клуб). The village of Čelarevo was called Čeb before World War II, hence the name.

History[edit]

In 1946, the club changed its name to Radnički Čelarevo until 1950 when the club was called SK Podunavlje. By the end of the year, the club had entered to the Championship of Novi Sad. They played there for two years. In 1952 they played in the Regional League of Novi Sad. In 1953 Podunavlje and another football club called Krajišnik joined together and formed ČSK. From 1964 to 1967, the club played in First League of Vojvodina (Yugoslav 4th tier). They again entered the league in 1969 and stayed there for three more seasons. For seventeen years they played in lower regional leagues but in 1989 they returned to the First League of Vojvodina. They stayed there for only one season but they got back after only one season in lower league. In 1993 club entered the Third League, called Serbian League North. It managed to enter to the Second League of FR Yugoslavia in 1998 and stayed there for four years. From 2002 to 2005 they played in Serbian League-Vojvodina (which was before called North). In 2005 they got back in Second League, which is now called Serbian First League. Lav pivo (Lion beer) was the sponsor of ČSK and Pivara means Brewery. The club was formed in 1925. The club is associated with Pivara Čelarevo one of the most popular and well known beer companies in Serbia.

Current squad[edit]

As of 8 March 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Serbia GK Miroslav Tankosić (captain)
Serbia GK Damjan Knežević
Serbia GK Vuk Vlajić
Georgia (country) GK Artur Mkrtchyan

Montenegro DF Stefan Zogović (on loan from Vojvodina)
Serbia DF Uglješa Jević
Serbia DF Dejan Kerkez (on loan from Spartak Subotica)
Serbia DF Vukašin Jelić
Serbia DF Nebojša Mezei
Serbia DF Aleksandar Jovanić
Serbia DF Milan Medić
Serbia DF Nikola Anđelković
Serbia DF Ivan Vasiljević
Serbia DF Miloš Zečević
Montenegro DF Milko Novaković
Serbia DF Srđan Bečelić

Serbia MF Bojan Jelić
Serbia MF Vukan Vujošević
No. Position Player
Serbia MF Aleksandar Davidov
Serbia MF Petar Tanasić
Serbia MF Vladimir Stepanov
Serbia MF Aleksandar Stanić
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Zoran Vuković
Serbia MF Nemanja Nikić
Serbia MF Nikola Trifković
Serbia MF Aleksandar Desančić
Serbia MF Uroš Galijaš
Serbia MF Marko Tadić
Australia MF Yiannis Nestoras
Serbia MF Zoran Rakić

Serbia FW Bogdan Tepić
Serbia FW Luka Rudan
Serbia FW Georgije Ilić (on loan from Rad)
Zimbabwe FW Tendai Chitiza

Serbia Marko Borojević
Serbia Aleksandar Alimpić

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Serbia DF Filip Radović (at Crvena Zvezda Novi Sad until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia MF Marko Ris (at Crvena Zvezda Novi Sad until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia MF Dejan Mitrović (dual with Cement Beočin until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia Branislav Tucakov (at Sloga Temerin until the end of 2016–17 season)
No. Position Player
Serbia Strahinja Ilić (at Budućnost Gložan until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia Jovan Dokić (at Budućnost Gložan until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia Ognjen Dučić (at Borac Sakule until the end of 2016–17 season)
Serbia Srđan Mirković (at Mladost Kruščić until the end of 2016–17 season)

For recent transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers winter 2016–17. For summer transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers summer 2016.

Former players[edit]

For a list of all current and former players with a Wikipedia article, please see: Category:FK ČSK Pivara players.

Stadium[edit]

Stadium FK ČSK Pivara holds 3,000 people.

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