Jovan Beleslin

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Jovan Beleslin (Serbian Cyrillic: Joвaн Бeлecлин ; born October 1, 1919 in Sereg in Hungary) is a Serbian former association football player.

A strong full-back with excellent header, he started playing with ŽAK Subotica when he got registered for the senior team in May 1937.[1] His best years were spent while playing for BSK Belgrade between 1938 and 1945. After World War II, he played for Spartak Subotica and Belgrade clubs Red Star, Partizan and SD Milicionar where in 1950 he finished his career as a player/manager.

He played one match for the Yugoslavia national football team, on November 12, 1939, in a friendly match against Hungary (a 2-0 loss) played in Belgrade.[2]

He was also a football referee between 1952 and 1968.


  1. ^ Sportista, n1042, Belgrade 26 May 1937, page 3
  2. ^ Career story[permanent dead link] at