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|Full name||Partizán Bardejov|
|Founded||February 12, 1922
as ŠK Bardejov
|Ground||Mestský štadión Bardejov,
|Head coach||Jozef Kukulský|
|2015–16||2. liga Championship round , 5th|
Partizán Bardejov is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Bardejov. The club was founded in 1922. The club currently plays in the 2. liga, the second tier of the Slovak football league system, hosting games at the 3,040-capacity Mestský štadión Bardejov.
The first club in Bardejov was founded on 12 February 1922 as BSC Bardejov. His first president was Július Grofčík. On 18 June 1922, BSC Bardejov played its first game at their own stadium against ETVE Prešov. BSC Bardejov lost 1 – 4. Mikuláš Chavko was the first player from Bardejov, who started in the highest football level in Czechoslovakia. He played for I.ČsŠK Bratislava. Ján Chavko played for Italian side Palermo since 1947. A World cup 1962 participant Jozef Bomba played in 1964, for choice of Europe.
- 1932 – ŠK Bardejov
- 1949 – Sokol OSK Bardejov
- 1951 – Sokol ČSSZ Bardejov
- 1953 – Slavoj Bardejov
- 1962 – TJ Partizán Bardejov
- 1992 – BSC JAS Bardejov
- present – Partizán Bardejov
The team plays their home games at the Mestský štadión Bardejov which opened in 1966 and holds 3,040 Partizán supporters. In 2012 Partizán Bardejov had renovated the stadium due arrangement final match of 2012 Slovnaft Cup, between FK Senica and MŠK Žilina.
Slovak League only (1993-present)
|Year||Division (Name)||Position||Slovak Cup||Top scorer/Goals|
|1993–1994||(II) 1. liga||1st (promoted)|
|1994–1995||(I) Mars superliga||7th||Jozef Urblík (11)|
|1995–1996||(I) Mars superliga||6th||Jozef Hrivňák (8)|
|1996–1997||(I) Mars superliga||7th|
|1997–1998||(I) Mars superliga||14th||Quarter-finals|| Marián Ľalík (5)
Ľubomír Jacko (5)
|1998–1999||(I) Mars superliga||16th (relegated)||Quarter-finals||Marián Ľalík (4)|
|1999–2000||(II) 1. liga||6th||Round 1||Ľubomír Pagor (13)|
|2000–2001||(II) 1. liga||13th (relegated)||Round 1|
|2001–2002||(III) 2. liga||–||Semi-finals|
|2009–2010||(IV) 3. liga||1st (promoted)|
|2010–2011||(III) 2. liga||2nd||Round 1|
|2011–2012||(III) 3. liga||1st (promoted)||Round 1|
|2012–2013||(II) 2. liga||4th||Round 3||Marek Seman (8)|
|2013–2014||(II) 2. liga||2nd||Round 2||Dyjan (10)|
|2014–2015||(II) DOXXbet liga||6th||Round 4||Ján Zápotoka (15)|
|2015–2016||(II) DOXXbet liga||5th||Round 2||Marko Milunović (19)|
|2016–2017||(II) DOXXbet liga||Round 3|
As of 18 March, 2017. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For recent transfers, see List of Slovak football transfers winter 2016–17.
Out on loan 2013–14
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Current technical staff
- As of 2 January 2016
|Alexander Tyč||Assistant manager|
|Juraj Čobej||Goalkeeping coach|
|Vasil Baranok||Team leader|
|Ján Kendra||Team leader|
|MUDr. Patrik Mihaľ||Team doctor|
|MUDr. Ján Didík||Team doctor|
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Partizán.
- Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.
- Official website (Slovak)
- Partizán Bardejov on Facebook
- on 's channelYouTube
- Fan website (Slovak)
- Bardejov sports portal (Slovak)
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