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|Full name||FK Palić|
|Ground||SC Janko Pejanović|
|League||Serbian League Vojvodina|
|2012-13||Serbian League Vojvodina 6th|
FK Palić was formed on June 10, 1954, by the initiative of fotmer footballers Jožef Balaž, Deže Šefer, Vlada Đorđević, Janko Pejanović and Milorad Icić. During Yugoslav period its major achievements were the qualification to the Vojvodina League in 1977 and winning the Bačka League in the season 1983–84. Club presidents were Miloš Ćosić, Ilija Šakić, Janko Pejanović, Marko Krnjajski, Simo Vukša, Imre Biro, Petar Blagotić, Karlo Vitez, Nikola Radulović, Veso Avdalović and Petar Đorđević.
As of November 2010 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former players include Karlo and Bela Tikvicki, Šandor Muči, Mirko Bašić, Bela Mlodanović, Rudolf Rafai and Zoltan Horvat.
Former coaches of FK Palić include Deže Demeter, Blaško Milunović, Ivan Bogešić, Ilija Vorgučin, Stipan Kopilović, Aleksandar Gaborović, Jožef Sabo Rac, Mihalj Bleskanj, Josip Zemko, Antun Čikić, Marinko Poljaković, Svetozar Mirolović, Miloš Zakić and Dejan Vrana.
Janko Pejanović is a multi-use stadium in the town of Palić, near the city Subotica, in Serbia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Palić since its foundation, in 1931. The stadium holds 500 people. Along the main one, it has another auxiliary football pitch where, beside trainings, it is used for other sports as well.
- FK Palić at Sports Association of Subotica official website, retrieved 26-1-2014 (in Serbian)
- Club profile and squad at Srbijafudbal
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