Today's matchwas oneof the most importantgames inthe lastfew seasons for the home team.It is arematchofplay offsto enter intoSerbianLeagueof Vojvodina,and the opponent wasteamFK"Index"from Novi Sad. Better team fromtwo matches,since autumnwill be a newmember of theSerbian3rdleague.In the first matchscore was0-0, whichis considered to beveryinconvenientforboth teams. Bačkaneededvictory,whichtheyachievedin the presenceof a large numberof fans. At the enda greatandwell-deservedcelebrationfor the returninto the thirdrank of competition afterseveral seasons.
Čoka is a town and municipality in the north-easternpart of the Vojvodina, in Serbia. It is located on the road which, by the leftside of Tisa river, connectingcitiesKanjižaandSenta and withrailis connected withSubotica andKikinda. Althougha small town, with about5,000 inhabitants,Čokais known asthe seat ofthe tobaccoandwine industry.
Football club Čoka is founded in 1946 and currently plays in PFL Subotica, which is fifth tier of Serbian football. They playhomematches at stadium located near the center and the bus station. Entrance to thestadium isthrough the passagebetween thetwo buildings. The stadium hasastand with onlythree rows which is entire repainted in red and blue club colors, manualscoreboard anda lotof open spacearound the pitch.
In the lastmatchof the seasonat home,they playedandlost to theteam thatwillplaynext seasonin the upper rangeof competition. Admission was 100 rsd (€1) and for meit wasa surprise howlooks goodticket for this rank of competition.
09.06.2013. Srpska liga "Vojvodina" - III
Gradski stadion, Pančevo att: ~500
The City of Pančevo is located in South Vojvodina, Serbia, at the confluence of the Tamiš and the Danube rivers. Pančevo is just 15 km away from Belgrade and 40 km away form the Nikola Tesla International Airport. There are regular direct trains and buses from Belgrade to Pančevo and it is noproblemto get there. Justa minutefrom the mainbus stationis locatedthe city stadium. Atthis stadiumplays FK Dinamo, football club based in Pančevo. Foundedin 1945, the club has played initially at local Vojvodina leagues, but afterwords, still within Yugoslavia, the club has spent most of the time in the Yugoslav Second League, but never has won promotion in the first league. Today theclubplaysin the thirdrank ofthe competition,withaspirationsto enterhigher rankingcompetitions. The stadium hason the west old main stand which was left intact to the present day andon the other side of the pitch isone smallerstand. Tickets are available on the gate before the start of the match and cost €1.5.
Atthe City Stadiumin Pančevo, matchof the Serbianleague-group Vojvodina last round,playedthe twomost successfulteamsin thespringpart of thechampionship,Dinamoand Radničkifrom Sremska Mitrovica. After winning 2-0, managementFKDinamoin their own waycelebratedwith his friendsthe end of the season, andon this occasionorganizedbullroasting,with tastingJelenbeer. Deliciously.
Whoeverwentoutfrom Belgradetothe Montenegrinsea passed throughUžice and near the citystadium. Užice is a city in western Serbia located on the Djetinja river andnot far from thefamousmountain Zlatibor. Football club Sloboda istheoldestandthe mostimportantfootballclubfrom Užice. It was founded in 1925. Sloboda in their history has played in almost all levels of competition. However,the lastdecadehas not been successfulfor theclub. The solutionforfallenclubwas amergerin 2010 withFKSevojno, whoat that point wasat its peak andwhowonentry into thehighestrank of competition.TodayisSlobodastableclubwithtrustycrowd andwith thenewlyreconstructedstadium. Theirscity stadium, whom fans also call the stadium "Begluk", was built in 1946 and firstwas reconstructedin 1980. After the secondreconstructiontwo years ago, tookthepresent appearance. The stadium has a total capacity for 12,000 people. Tickets for the matches are available on the gate before the start
of the match. Tickets cost either €1 for the standing area behind the goal, or €2-3 for a seat at one of the other two all seated stands.