FK BSK Batajnica

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BSK Batajnica
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Full name Batajnica Sportski Klub
Nickname(s) Blue-Whites
Founded 1925
Ground Stadion Aerodrom
Ground Capacity 2,800
Chairman Milan Djuranović
Manager Vladimir Kasić
League Serbian League Belgrade
2016-2017 2nd

BSK Batajnica (Serbian Cyrillic: БCK Бaтajницa) is a football club based in Batajnica, Belgrade, Serbia, currently playing in Serbian League Belgrade.

History[edit]

BSK Batajnica was formed in 1925. One of their major achievements occurred on July 31, 1996 when they knocked Partizan out of the Yugoslav Cup by winning 2:1 (scorers for BSK were Radivoje Panić and Ljubiša Vasiljević).

Supporters[edit]

The supporters of the club are known as the "Dijabole". The group was formed in 1987.

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Mihajlo Uzelac
2 Serbia FW Dragan Vučetić
3 Serbia DF Goran Popadić
4 Serbia DF Aleksandar Pavlović
5 Serbia DF Milan Lukić
6 Serbia MF Zoran Tišma
7 Serbia MF Dragan Plavšić
8 Serbia MF Andrej Gugleta
No. Position Player
9 Serbia MF Predrag Bačković
10 Serbia FW Branko Radičević
11 Serbia FW Stefan Vasiljević
12 Serbia GK Igor Golubović
13 Serbia DF Goran Lakić
14 Serbia MF Milenko Pavlović
15 Serbia MF Veselin Krgović
16 Serbia GK Aleksandar Marinković

Notable former players[edit]

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