FK Čoka 0-1 FK Tisa Adorjan
PFL Subotica - V
Stadion FK "Čoka", Čoka
Čoka is a town and municipality in the north-eastern part of the Vojvodina, in Serbia. It is located on the road which, by the left side of Tisa river, connecting cities Kanjiža and Senta and with rail is connected with Subotica and Kikinda. Although a small town, with about 5,000 inhabitants, Čoka is known as the seat of the tobacco and wine industry.
Football club Čoka is founded in 1946 and currently plays in PFL Subotica, which is fifth tier of Serbian football. They play home matches at stadium located near the center and the bus station. Entrance to the stadium is through the passage between the two buildings. The stadium has a stand with only three rows which is entire repainted in red and blue club colors, manual scoreboard and a lot of open space around the pitch.
In the last match of the season at home, they played and lost to the team that will play next season in the upper range of competition. Admission was 100 rsd (€1) and for me it was a surprise how looks good ticket for this rank of competition.