FK Cement Beočin

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Cement Beočin
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Full name Fudbalski Klub Cement Beočin
Nickname(s) Plavo-beli (The Blue & Whites)
Founded 1913
Ground Gradski stadion
Ground Capacity 1,500
President Denis Malešević
Head coach Mirko Babić
League Serbian League Vojvodina
2015-16 8th

Fudbalski Klub Cement Beočin (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Цeмeнт Бeoчин) or simply FK Cement, is a football club based in Beočin, Serbia.

History[edit]

FK Cement was founded in 1913 by the employees of a Beočin cement company and Mr. Martin Bajer, a native of Beočin who received his formal education in Budapest where he first got the idea of founding a football club.

The first starting line-up of the team in 1913 was:

  • Goalkeeper: Dejan Đurić
  • Defenders: Martin Bajer and Dragutin Karasik
  • Right Midfielder: M. Daraboš
  • Centre Midfielder: Vladislav Eseš
  • Left Midfielder: J. Daraboš
  • Right Winger: Brana Jovičić
  • Right Forward: Dejan Krkljus
  • Centre Forward: Herbst
  • Left Forward: Tipman
  • Left Winger: Aleksandar Jegdić

This starting line-up was featured until 1919 under the club name BAK. From 1919 to 1932 the team was known as BSK.

From 1922 to 1927 there were two football clubs in Beočin, the other one being FK Radnički. Radnički was dissolved in 1927 due to financial difficulties and the exodus of some players to the BSK. At that time, BSK featured the following players: Martin Bajer, Janika Sabo, Rudolf Kovačić, Oto Košćal, Josip Bajer, Franja Babi, Karlo Kapošvarc, Franja Mesinger, Janika Oltvanji, Nikola Dvoržak, Ladislav Eseš, D. Manjoki, Martin Dvoržak among others.

Since 1933 the club has been known as FK Cement. Up until World War II, the club included players such as Mile Stojkov, Franja Buršl, Franja Ferić, Rudika Nozak, Leopold Popović, Vilim Rakšanji, Florika Major, Stevan Vajs, Janika Košćal, Ivan Gabrić, Žaki, Ivica Horvat and others.

In 1970, during its 50-year anniversary celebrations, the club was honoured by the Football Association of Yugoslavia as one of the oldest in the country.


Current squad[edit]

As of 31 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
30 Serbia GK Nemanja Romić
1 Serbia GK Mladen Ivić

2 Serbia DF Nebojša Stankov
3 Serbia DF Ilija Janković
4 Serbia DF Dejan Stojaković
5 Serbia DF Luka Slepčević
11 Serbia DF Bojan Bjedov
13 Serbia DF Miloš Miličković
20 Serbia DF Dušan Todorović (on loan from FK Partizan)
23 Serbia DF Borislav Bajić
24 Serbia DF Miloš Berić
25 Serbia DF Mladen Zagonjanin
No. Position Player
6 Serbia MF Stefan Katanić Captain
7 Serbia MF Nebojša Pavlović
8 Serbia MF Milovan Marković
10 Serbia MF Aleksandar Simić
14 Serbia MF Vladimir Bakoš
15 Serbia MF Marko Renić
16 Serbia MF Nikola Milić
17 Serbia MF Stefan Trifković

9 Serbia FW Aleksandar Jovanović
19 Serbia FW Luka Negovanović
31 Serbia FW Stefan Spasojević
33 Serbia FW Srđan Matić

This version of the lineup isn't fully complete, due to lack of information.

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Mirko Babić
Assistant coach /
Goalkeeping coach Menhart Verebeš

Club records[edit]

Club records are in the time span from 2005. to 2017.

Biggest victories in the domestic championships[edit]

Season Match Score
Serbian League Vojvodina
2004-05 CementSerbia FK Polet 6–1
2010–11 CementSerbia Sloboda (NK) 7–0
2011-12 CementSerbia FK Vršac 5–0
2011-12 CementSerbia FK ČSK Pivara 4–0
Vojvodina League West
2009-10 CementSerbia FK ŽAK 6–0
2009-10 Serbia Polet (K) - Cement 0–5
2009-10 CementSerbia FK Šajkaš 7–0

Seasons[edit]

Season Division Pos
2004–05 Serbian League Vojvodina 3rd
2005–06 5th
2006–07 13th
2008–09 Vojvodina League West 3rd
2009–10 2nd
2010–11 Serbian League Vojvodina 5th
2011–12 8th
2012–13 14th
2013–14 Vojvodina League West 2nd
2014–15 Serbian League Vojvodina 7th
2015–16 8th

Notable players[edit]

External links[edit]