Serbia and Montenegro - List of Foundation Dates

NB: clubs marked (M.) are from Montenegro

1899 	Prvo srpsko drustvo za       [founded May 1, 1899;
        igranje loptom                dissolved after one game]

1901    Bačka Subotica               [founded as SAK Baczka, in
                                      Austria-Hungary until 1918]

1903    Beogradski Akademski SK      [BASK; founded as Soko, renamed BASK in 1931]
        Sumadija Kragujevac 
	Suboticki SK		     [dissolved 1941]        

1906    Srpski mac Beograd	     [dissolved 1941]

1909    OFK Kikinda                  [founded as NAK, Austria-Hungary until 1918, 
				      1918-1919 called KAK, 1919-1932 AK Srbija, 
				      1932-1945 SK Sloga, 1945-1970s FK 6. Oktobar,
                                      since 1970s OFK Kikinda]   

1910    Novosadski AK                [founded as Újvideki AK (UAK); in Austria-
                                      Hungary until 1918, and in Hungarian league 								during the ocupation 1941-1944 in 
				      (as UAK) 1941-1944; dissolved 1944]

1911    Beogradski SK                [dissolved June 1945]

1912	Javor Ivanjica
	Radnički Sombor

1913 	SK Jugoslavija Beograd	     [founded as SK Velika Srbija, changed name 
                                      1919, 1941-1944 called SK 1913; dissolved
                                      June 1945]

1914    FK Vojvodina Novi Sad        [merged 1946 with Radnicki Novi Sad and 
				      Slavija Novi Sad into FK Sloga Novi Sad, in 
                                      1950 returned to former name FK Vojvodina]
	RSK Lovcen Cetinje (M.)

1918	SK Sindjelic Nis		
	FK Jagodina		     [founded as SK Daca, later Jagodinski SK;
                                      in 1946 called FK Polet]

1919	Beogradski Univerzitetski SK [BUSK]
        FK Radnički Bor              [founded as FK Bor]   
	FK Loznica                   [founded as Loznicki SK]   
        FK Macva Šabac               [1946-1950 called Podrinje]
        CSK Crvenka                  [1960 merged with Crvenka clubs Spartak
                                      and Jedinstvo into FK Crvenka] 
1920    FK Bečej
        FK Radnički Beograd          [founded as Gradjanski SK]
        FK Rudar Plevlja (M.)        [founded as SK Sandzak, 1946-1949 called 
			              FK Velimir Jakic]

1921    RFK Novi Sad                 [founded as Novosadski Trgovački Klub (NTK);
				      1954-1956 called FK Novi Sad; merged 1956
				      with FK Egyseg Novi Sad and in 1966 with 
				      FK Radnički Novi Sad (founded 1925)] 

1922    FK Spartak Subotica	     [founded as Zeleznicarski AK Subotica, on
                                      the basis of former Hungarian club SVAK;
                                      in 1946 briefly called ZAK, then changed
                                      name into FK Spartak]

1923    FK Radnički Niš

1924    SK Jedinstvo Beograd 	     [as merger of SK Concordia Beograd and
                                      SK Vardar Beograd; dissolved in June 1945] 
	FK Obilić Beograd
        FK Sartid Smederevo 
        FK Radnički Kragujevac       [founded as SK Mladi radnik]

1925    FK Hajduk Kula
        Zora Podgorica (M.)          [1935 merged with Crna Gora Podgorica
                                      into FK Buducnost Podgorica] 
        SK Sloboda Užice             [founded as Gradanski Užice]
        FK Radnički Novi Sad 

1926    FK Čukarički Beograd
        FK Zeleznicar Beograd
        FK Borac Čačak              
        FK Borac Banja Luka 	
	FK Bokelj Kotor (M.)

1927    FK Sutjeska Nikšic (M.)      [founded as SK Hajduk, later called
                                      SK Hercegovac; since 1945 FK Sutjeska]

1928    FK Mladost Apatin            [founded as SK Tri zvezde, changed name
				      to FK Mladost in 1950s]

1930    FK Železnik Beograd                 

1932    FK Kabel Novi Sad

1935    FK Buducnost Podgorica (M.)  [merger of Zora and Crna Gora Podgorica]

1937    FK Sindjelic Beograd	

1945    FK Crvena zvezda Beograd     [founded 1945 at former SK Jugoslavia stadium,
                                      with former players of SK Jugoslavia and BSK]
      	FK Partizan Beograd  	     [founded 1945 as military club at former BSK
                                      stadium, with players from all Yugoslavia, but
                                      mostly from Gradjanski Zagreb]
        OFK Beograd                  [founded as Metalac Beograd on the basis of 
                                      metal workers club SK Jadran Beograd, merged
                                      1950 with FK Beograd into BSK and in 1957 with
                                      TSK Sumadija into OFK Beograd] 
        FK Jastrebac Niš 
        FK Mogren Budva (M.)         [founded as FK Budva]

1946    FK Milicionar Beograd  
        NK Napredak Kruševac         [merger of FK Sloboda Kruševac, FK Badza Kruševac
                                      and FK Miloje Zakic Kruševac into FK Napredak,
                                      renewing the tradition of the workers club 
                                      SK Napredak (founded 1919, changed name 1925 
				      into SK Obilić] 
        Spartak Crvenka              [1960 merged with Crvenka clubs CSK and
                                      Jedinstvo into FK Crvenka]  
        SK Zemun              	     [merger of FK Sparta Zemun and SK Sremac Zemun;
                                      merged 1969 with club of pharmaceutical factory 
				      and were renamed FK Galenika; in 1984 changed
                                      name into SK Zemun]
1947    FK Proleter Zrenjanin
        JRV Naša Krila Zemun         [air force club, dissolved June 1950]

1952    FK Mladost Lučani     

1958    FK Rad Beograd               

1960    FK Crvenka                   [merger of CSK, Spartak and Jedinstvo Crvenka]

 


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Many thanks to Dragoljub Antic for various corrections, clarifications and additions

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