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ФК Победа
FK Pobeda
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Full name Fudbalski Klub Pobeda Prilep
Nickname(s) Мајмуни (Monkeys)
Founded 1941
Ground Goce Delčev Stadium,
Prilep, Republic of Macedonia
(Capacity: 15,000)
Chairman Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Zabrčanec
Manager Republic of Macedonia Goran Todoroski
League Makedonska Prva Liga
2008-09 8th
Home colours
Away colours

FK Pobeda (Macedonian: ФК Победа) is a football team in the Republic of Macedonia from the city of Prilep, that currently plays in the Macedonian First League. It was founded in 1941 as Goce Delcev and renamed in 1950 to FK Pobeda. The club plays at the Goce Delcev Stadium (capacity 15.000).

FK Pobeda has been 2 times champion of Macedonian First League. It has represented Macedonia in 10 terms in the European Cups.

On March 27, 2009, UEFA, the governing body of football in Europe, charged FK Pobeda over match fixing allegations relating to a Champions League qualifying match against FC Pyunik of Armenia in 2004 [1] They were subsequently found guilty and banned from UEFA competitions for eight years.[2] The next season in which they will be eligible to compete is 2017–18.

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Achievements

Macedonian First League: 2

  • 2004
  • 2007

Macedonian Cup: 1

  • 2002

Champions of Macedonia

  • 1959
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1979
  • 1981
  • 1986

Pobeda in Europe

  • Q = qualifier
  • R1 = first round / R2 = second round / R3 = third round
Season Competition Round Club Score
1997/98 UEFA Cup Q1 Poland Odra Wodzisław 0-3, 2-1
1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Slovakia OD Trencin 3-1, 1-3 (p)
R2 Italy Perugia Calcio 0-1, 0-0
2000/01 UEFA Cup QR Romania Universitatea Craiova 1-1, 1-0
R1 Italy AC Parma 0-2, 0-4
2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Croatia NK Zagreb 2-1, 1-1
R2 Turkey Çaykur Rizespor 2-1, 2-0
R3 Czech Republic Chmel Blšany 0-0, 0-1
2002/03 UEFA Cup QR Denmark FC Midtjylland 2-0, 0-3
2003 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Slovakia FC Spartak Trnava 5-1, 2-1
R2 Austria SV Pasching 1-1, 1-2
2004/05 UEFA Champions League Q1 Armenia FC Pyunik 1-3, 1-1
2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Serbia FK Smederevo 1-0, 2-1
R2 Germany Hamburger SV 1-4, 1-4
2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Romania Farul Constanţa 2-2, 0-2
2007/08 UEFA Champions League Q1 Estonia FC Levadia Tallinn 0-1, 0-0

Current Squad

As of August, 2009

No. Position Player
25 Republic of Macedonia GK Goran Pašovski
21 Republic of Macedonia GK Hristijan Srkeski
1 Republic of Macedonia GK Dime Nikolovski
20 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Vlada Marković
22 Republic of Macedonia DF Viktor Veljanovski
5 Republic of Macedonia DF Filip Mirčeski
Republic of Macedonia DF Hristijan Gjorgjieski
Republic of Macedonia DF Aleksandar Stojkoski
10 Republic of Macedonia DF Daniel Koteski
6 Republic of Macedonia DF Blagojče Dameski Captain sports.svg
Republic of Macedonia DF Filip Spirkoski
17 Serbia DF Miodrag Jovanović
3 Republic of Macedonia MF Nove Aceski
No. Position Player
21 Republic of Macedonia MF Nikola Stisniovski
16 Republic of Macedonia MF Zoran Koteski
17 Republic of Macedonia MF Zlatko Delovski
31 Republic of Macedonia MF Aleksandar Stojanov
19 Republic of Macedonia MF Nikola Ristov
20 Republic of Macedonia MF Bektas Jusufoski
23 Republic of Macedonia MF Milovan Petrovic
9 Republic of Macedonia FW Ilija Nestorovski
24 Republic of Macedonia FW Vangel Altiparmakovski
27 Republic of Macedonia FW Stojance Dunimagloski
30 Republic of Macedonia FW Aleksandar Zojceski
28 Republic of Macedonia FW Hristijan Todorovski
26 Republic of Macedonia FW Cvetan Curlinov

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