Mladi Radnik-Radnicki

FK Mladi Radnik 0-2 FK Radnički Niš
Prva liga Srbija - II
  "Vašarište", Požarevac
att: 600

Požarevac is a town in eastern Serbia, at 82 kilometers from Belgrade. Geographically is located between the four rivers. It's pretty easy to get there, because is located only 20 km from the Belgrade-Niš highway and on the railroad Belgrade-Zaječar. 
FK Mladi Radnik is  football club from Požarevac. The club was founded in 1926 under the name Radnički and currently competes in the "Prva liga Srbija" or First League of Serbia. Since 1992 started from the Serbian league (third rank) and in the second rank entered in the late nineties of the 20th century. Due to the reorganization of the league in 2002 have fallen to the Serbian league, but they retain in the second rank after fusion with FK Gradjanski Svilajnac. Constantly between the second and third rank of the competition, the greatest success they achieved after placement in Super league in season 2009/10. They play their home matches at stadium "Vašarište" which was built in 1935. Three years ago the stadium was renovated and now has capacity of about 2,900 seats on two stands. Again the same story, a nice, small stadium, but it is obvious that there is no investment in it. It is certain that the club will be relegated from the league at the end of this season and will therefore be even less money for maintenance of the stadium. 
Today's match was very important for the host in fight for survival. The guest is in the last round celebrated promotions to the highest rank of competition, but today did not have discount for the host. Admission for the game was free, and viewers were able to see three red cards, two goals and one missed penalty. Is it a little?


FK Zemun is football club located in Zemun, one of the municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade. The city has several stadiums, including those of the FK Zemun and Milutinac.
FK Zemun is founded in 1946 under the name of FK Maksim Divnić. Quickly changing its name to FK Sremac and then several more times in its history, FK Jedinstvo and FK Galenika until January 1985, when the club changed its name into the one that still carries nowadays, FK Zemun. The greatest successes of the club are the fourth position in the first rank of competition in the early nineties and the cup final in 2008. That year FK Zemun had one of the most memorable seasons in recent history, at the same time when they found its way to the cup final they was relegated from second league to third! The club currently plays in Srpska liga "Beograd", which is the third tier of Serbian football. They play their home matches at the city stadium. The stadium is opened in 1962. Current capacity is 9600 seats, all seated. Nice facility but it is clear that lack of money and investing affect its appearance more and more.


FK Milutinac 3-3 FK Crvena Zvezda M.M.Lug
Prva Beogradska BIP Liga - V
Stadion "Milutinac", Zemun
att: 40


FK IMT 1-1 FK Bulbulderac
Beogradska BIP Zona - IV
Stadion "IMT", Beograd
att: 90


FK Borac - Čačak
FK Spartak 2-1 FK Borac
Jelen Superliga - I
Gradski stadion, Subotica 
att: 500

Radnički-Donji Srem

FK Radnički Sombor 0-1 FK Donji Srem
Prva liga Srbija - II
 Gradski stadion, Sombor
att: 400

Great joy for the Donji Srem, which after the victory in Sombor, at least at night, took a leading position in the first league of Serbia. The hosts can rightly be angry at the main referee, who instead of a penalty in the 59.minute showed a second yellow card for the host captain and directly affected the outcome matches. A few minutes later is set the final score 0-1. It was a battle of teams that are on opposite sides of the league table. A match without a lot of opportunities, but with a large number of fouls. Good weather and the importance of the match have not led to the stadium a lot of people, only somewhere around 400 people and several of them behind the fence.