SD Crvena Zvezda

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SD Crvena zvezda
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Nicknames Црвено-бели (The Red & Whites)
Звезда (The Star)
Sports 31 clubs in 27 different sports
Founded March 4, 1945 in Belgrade
Colors Red and White
         
Anthem Zvezda
Chairman Petar Škundrić (president)
Aleksandar Boričić (vice-president)
Official fan club Delije (Heroes)
Website sd-crvenazvezda.net

Sportsko društvo Crvena zvezda (Serbian Cyrillic: Спортско друштво Црвена звезда; English: Sports Society Red Star), commonly abbreviated as SD Crvena zvezda (Serbian Cyrillic: СД Црвена звезда), is a multi-sport club from Belgrade, Serbia.

Since 2010, the multi-sport club's managing board president has been Aleksandar Boričić, while the assembly president has been Petar Škundrić.

Clubs[edit]

Crvena zvezda has sport clubs in the following disciplines:[1]

Sport Club name Founded
Football Fudbalski klub Crvena zvezda (Men)
ŽFK Crvena zvezda (Women)
1945
2011
Basketball Košarkaski klub Crvena zvezda (Men)
ŽKK Crvena zvezda (Women)
1945
1945
Athletics Atletski klub Crvena zvezda 1945
Volleyball Odbojkaški klub Crvena zvezda
ŽOK Crvena zvezda (Women)
1945
1945
Hockey Klizačko Hokejaški klub Crvena zvezda 1945
Handball Rukometni klub Crvena zvezda 1948
Rowing Veslački klub Crvena zvezda 1945
Rugby League Red Star Rugby League Club 2006
Fencing Mačevalački klub Crvena zvezda 1945
Table Tennis Stonoteniski klub Crvena zvezda 1945
Tennis Teniski klub Crvena zvezda 1946
Swimming Plivački klub Crvena zvezda 1946
Skiing Skijaški klub Crvena zvezda 1946
Skating Klizački klub Crvena zvezda 1946
Auto racing Automobilski klub Crvena zvezda 1946
Cycling Biciklistički klub Crvena zvezda 1947
Boxing Boks klub Crvena zvezda 1947
Bowling Kuglaški klub Crvena zvezda 1953
Bowls Boćarski klub Crvena zvezda 1953
Judo Džudo klub Crvena zvezda 1955
Waterpolo Vaterpolo klub Crvena zvezda
Vaterpolo klub Crvena zvezda (Women)
1968
2013
Karate Karate klub Crvena zvezda 1972
Shooting sports Streljački klub Crvena zvezda 1980
Taekwondo Tekvondo klub Crvena zvezda 1994
Bridge Bridž klub Crvena zvezda 1995
Rugby League Ragbi XIII klub Crvena zvezda 2007
Rugby Union BRK Crvena zvezda 2014

Honours and achievements[edit]

Football Club[edit]

National Championships – 27 (record)

National Cups – 24 (record)

Red Star is the most successful club from Serbia (and former Yugoslavia) in all European competitions, and the only club from Eastern Europe that has won both UEFA Champions League and Intercontinental Cup. The club competed in 50 European seasons, and the most notable results are:

International titles – 4

Basketball Club[edit]

Yugoslav League (SFR Yugoslavia)

Yugoslav Cup

  • Winners (3): 1970-71, 1972–73, 1974–75

Yugoslav Supercup

  • Winners (1): 1993

Yugoslav League (FR Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro)

  • Winners (3): 1992-93, 1993–94, 1997–98

Serbian League

  • Winners (2): 2015, 2016

Serbian Cup

FIBA Saporta Cup

Adriatic League

References[edit]

  1. ^ КЛУБОВИ sd-crvenazvezda.net

External links[edit]