FK Dinamo Pančevo

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Dinamo Pančevo
Full name Fudbalski Klub Dinamo Pančevo
Nickname(s) Brzi Voz ("Fast train")
Founded 1945
Ground Gradski Stadion,
Pančevo
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Serbia Miroslav Vjetrović
Manager Serbia Aleksandar Stevanović
League Vojvodina League East
2009-2010 14

FK Dinamo Pančevo (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Динамо Панчево) is a football club based in Pančevo, Serbia.

They were formed in 1945. The club has complete independence regarding organisation, management, finances, material goods and facilities. Also, there are several companies founded by Dinamo, working in various fields, as part of the Dinamo business system.

History[edit]

Founded on January 21, 1945, the club played initially at local Vojvodina leagues. Afterwords, still within Yugoslavia, the club has spent most of the time in the Yugoslav Second League, having played the access for the Yugoslav First League on three occasions, but never achieved promotion.

Current squad[edit]

Name Year of birth Position
Stefan Luković 1991 Goalkeeper
Miloš Perić 1990 Goalkeeper
Ivan Topić 1987 Goalkeeper
Slobodan Marković (Captain) 1989 Defense
Miloš Rakić 1990 Defense
Uglješa Stojanović 1991 Defense
Deni Luka Babić 1987 Defense
Miloš Bjelić 1992 Defense
Lazar Đurić 1992 Defense
Marko Rajkov 1988 Defense
Slobodan Jevtić 1990 Midfield
Filip Pešterac 1991 Midfield
Ivan Štopulj 1988 Midfield
Dejan Bogunović 1993 Midfield
Bojan Petković 1990 Midfield
Dejan Pavlović 1988 Midfield
Aleksandar Dačić 1991 Midfield
Vladimir Vučićević 1987 Midfield
Bojan Andonovski 1985 Forward
Danilo Kovačević 1989 Forward
Filip Angelovski 1993 Forward
Miloš Pejović 1990 Forward
Stevan Nikolov 1985 Forward

Notable former players[edit]

Players with senior national team appearances:[1]

For the list of all current and former players with Wikipedia article, please see: Category:FK Dinamo Pančevo players.

Notable former coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ FK Dinamo Pančevo at National-Football-Teams.com
  2. ^ Dionizije Dvornić at Reprezentacija.rs

External links[edit]