List of FK Partizan players

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Fudbalski klub Partizan is a Serbian professional association football club based in Belgrade, Serbia, who currently play in the Serbian SuperLiga. They have played at their current home ground, Partizan Stadium, since 1949.

This is a list of all the football players that have played for club since its foundation, in 1945.

Only players that have played at least one match in any of the following competitions: domestic league, domestic cup and European competitions.

Players that only played in friendlies, tournaments and that were on trial are not included.

As of 20 February 2017


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Partizan players without official appearances[edit]

Includes players that spent time on contract with FK Partizan but didn't got any official appearances, players that played in the Belgrade league, Mitleuropa Cup, guest players, players on trial with non-official appearances, and players with appearances at B team league. Note: some players are attributed Serbian (domestic) nationality by default.[1]

The Best Eleven[edit]

In 1995, Partizan celebrated half a century of its existence. Partizanov vesnik, official fan magazine, organized a massive poll in order to choose the best player and the best team in club's history, called Magnificent Eleven. The players chosen in the poll were:[3]

Goalkeeper

Defenders

Midfielders

Forwards

Notes[edit]

The players that played during Yugoslav period have represented the flag that would correspond to the current countries, that were the correspondent Yugoslav republics back then.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ All-time FK Partizan plazers A-Z at partisan.tesla.tc, retrieved 24-8-2015 (Serbian)
  2. ^ Joca Vratan at novobechej.com
  3. ^ "Magnificent Eleven" (PDF). partizan.rs. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 

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