FK Srem Jakovo

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Srem Jakovo
Full name FK Srem Jakovo
Founded 1927
Ground Stadion Srem Jakovo
Ground Capacity 2,500 (1,350 seats)
President Đorđe Tomić
Head coach Goran Milošević
League Serbian League Belgrade
2013-14 Serbian League Belgrade, 10th

FK Srem (Serbian Cyrillic: ФK Cpeм Jaкoвo) is a football club from Jakovo, a suburban neighborhood of Belgrade, Serbia. The club currently playing in the Serbian League Belgrade, ranked third competition in Serbia.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1927. under the name FK Borac. During its history the club has changed its name several times. The name was later changed from FK Borac to FK Crvena Zvezda, then the FK Dušan Vukasović and finally to its current name, FK Srem.

The greatest success of the club is that it plays Second League of Serbia and Montenegro in the season 2002-03 and he played 1/8 finals of the Serbian Cup in season 2010-11.

Name changes through history[edit]

  • 1927 : club founded under the name of FK Borac
  • 19__ : renamed to FK Crvena Zvezda
  • 19__ : renamed to FK Dušan Vukasović
  • 19__ : renamed to FK Srem

Stadium[edit]

Current team[edit]

As of April 2014. 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 Grujičić
Serbia GK Damir Ramović
Bosnia and Herzegovina GK Darko Dejanović (on loan from Rad)
Serbia DF Ivan Mitrović
Serbia DF Radiša Rašula
Serbia DF Dejan Pajić
Serbia DF Nemanja Radojević
Serbia DF Miloš Jovičić
Serbia DF Njegoš Bajović
Serbia DF Stefan Filipović
Serbia DF Milan Radovanović
Serbia MF Božidar Lilić
Serbia MF Nikola Cvijetinović
No. Position Player
Serbia MF Velimir Djurović
Serbia MF Marko Nikolić
Serbia MF Danko Kiković
Serbia MF Filip Tomić
Serbia MF Stefan Marković
Serbia MF Ivan Gmizić
Serbia FW Nebojša Bastajić
Serbia FW Nemanja Srećković
Serbia FW Mića Svilar
Serbia FW Uroš Tomović (on loan from Rad)
Serbia FW Strahinja Lazić
Serbia FW Nikola Ivković (on loan from Rad)

Formers personals[edit]

Famous players[edit]

 

Famous coach[edit]

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