Yugoslavia 1940/41


Serbia 1940/41

Srpska Liga

Table (Mar 31):

 1.BSK (Beograd)          18 15  2  1  63-17  32
 2.Jugoslavija (Beograd)  18 11  4  3  41-21  26
 3.Vojvodina (Novi Sad)   18  7  5  6  36-28  19
 4.Jedinstvo (Beograd)    17  8  2  7  20-21  18
 5.ŽAK (Subotica)         18  7  4  7  32-42  18
 6.Bata (Borovo)          17  8  1  8  38-32  17
 7.Jugoslavija (Jabuka)   18  7  2  9  27-41  16
 8.Gragjanski (Skopje)    17  5  4  8  24-37  14
 9.Slavija (Sarajevo)     18  2  6 10  34-41  10
10.BASK (Beograd)         17  1  4 12  21-56   6

NB: the remaining two matches (Jedinstvo vs Bata and BASK vs Gragjanski) had been
    scheduled for Apr 6 but were never played

Croatia 1940/41

Hrvatska Liga

Final Table:

 1.Hajduk (Split)         18 14  3  1  75-17  31
 2.Građanski (Zagreb)     18 11  7  0  75-17  29
 3.Concordia (Zagreb)     18 13  2  3  62-22  28
 4.HAŠK (Zagreb)          18  7  6  5  42-31  20
 5.Slavija (Varaždin)     18  7  3  8  30-49  17
 6.Split                  18  6  4  8  21-50  16
 7.SAŠK (Sarajevo)        18  5  3 10  17-44  13
 8.Železničar (Zagreb)    18  2  6 10  20-43  10
 9.Slavija (Osijek)       18  3  3 12  23-53   9
10.Bačka (Subotica)       18  2  3 13  19-58   7


Slovenia 1940/41

Slovenačka Liga

Participants:
Amater (Trbovlje)
Bratstvo (Jesenice)
Kranj
Ljubljana
Maribor
Mars (Ljubljana)
Olimp (Celje)
Železničar (Maribor)

Top Final Table:

 1.Ljubljana                                  22
 2.Železničar (Maribor)                       20

NB: unclear whether league was completed

Regional Leagues 1940/41

Sarajevski Podsavez

NB: note that the two strongest Sarajevo clubs, Slavija and SAŠK, played in the
    Serbian and Croatian leagues respectively.

1. Razred

 1.Hajduk (Sarajevo)       5  5  0  0  18- 2  10
 2.Đerzelez (Sarajevo)     5  4  0  1  16- 5   8
 3.Željezničar (Sarajevo)  5  3  0  2  13-11   6
 4.Sloga (Sarajevo)        5  2  0  3  16- 8   4
 5.Hrasničar (Sarajevo)    5  1  0  4   3-17   2
 6.Pofalićki (Sarajevo)    5  0  0  5   1-24   0

NB: championship abandoned due to occupation of Bosnia by German and Italian armies
    in spring 1941


list of champions.

list of cup winners.

1939/40.

1946/47.


About this document

Sources: [Sij 09], http://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/RNK_Split, http://www.fkvojvodina.com/

Prepared and maintained by Hans Schöggl and Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Hans Schöggl and Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 11 Jul 2013

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