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FK Šumadija Radnički 1923 Kragujevac
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Full name Fudbalski Klub Šumadija Radnički 1923 Kragujevac
Founded 1923
Ground Čika Dača Stadium,
Kragujevac
(Capacity: 22,058)
Chairman Serbia Nenad Ilić
Manager Serbia Slobodan Stašević
League Srpska Liga
2007-08 4th
Home colours
Away colours

FK Šumadija Radnički 1923 Kragujevac or simply FK Šumadija Radnički (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски Клуб Шумaдиja Рaдички 1923 ) is a football club from Kragujevac, Serbia.

The club was founded in 2009 and its colors are red and white. It was formed by the fusion of KFK Radnički and FK Šumadija 1903. It is the successor of KFK Radnički (better known as Radnički Kragujevac). It currently plays in the Srpska Liga West.

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History

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Early years

The club was formed in 1923 under the name Mladi Radnik. The first club president was Aleksandar Ratković. The first match “Mladi Radnik” played was against SK “Triglav” where they lost 2-0. The first visitor to play FK “Mladi Radnik” was SK “Radnički” from Belgrade. The match was played 16th August 1925 with SK “Radnički” winning 5-0. One week after (23rd August 1925) “Mladi Radnik” won its first match against Radnički Niš with the result 7-1.

In 1929 Mladi Radnik changed its name to KFK Radnički.

1969 to 1976

In 1969 Radnički made it to the First League of Yugoslavia after beating Sutjeska and Crvenka in the play-off. In 7.September 1969 Radnički had a great 4-1 victory over Partizan Belgrade at JNA stadium. In 15. September 1969 Radnički played a 4-4 draw with Brazilian club Santos. The scorers for Santos were Edu with 3 and Pelé with 1 while the scorers for Radnički were Nikolić, Paunović, and Paunovski with 2 goals. Radnički finished 15th in their first season in the first league. Radnički had the an average attendance of 10 850 per match which was the 2nd highest in the league.

2009

In 2009, together with FK Šumadija 1903 formed FK Šumadija Radnički 1923.

Seasons

Radnicki played in Yugoslav First League in the following seasons:

1969-70 season 15. KFK Radnički 34 11 05 18 34:42 38

1970-71 season 16. KFK Radnički 34 09 10 15 29:50 37

1971-72 season 17. KFK Radnički 34 07 10 17 24:55 31

1974-75 season 15. KFK Radnički 34 09 12 13 27:39 39

1975-76 season 18. KFK Radnički 34 08 07 19 29:57 31

Season League Position
1987/88. First league 7
1988/89. First league 14
1989/90. First league 10
1990/91. First league 17
1991/92. First league 12
1992/93. Second league 8
1994/95. Third League 1
1995/96. Second League 4
1996/97. Second League 10
1997/98. First league 8
1998/99. First league 13
1999/00. First league 12
2000/01. First league 15
2001/02. First league 4
2002/03. Second league 3
2003/04. Third league 3
2004/05. Third league 1
2005/06. Second league 18
2006/07. Third league 6
2007/08. Third league 4

Stadium

The home field of FK Radnicki Kragujevac is the Čika Dača Stadium, in Kragujevac. With a capacity of 22,058 seats, it is the 3rd largest football stadium in the Serbia. The stadium is currently undergoing renovations.

Stadium Čika Dača

The largest attendance was on 24th August 1969 when Radnički played Hajduk Split. The attendance was 35,000.

Current squad (2008/2009)

No. Position Player
15 Serbia GK Bojan Vranić
15 Serbia GK Ognjen Cancarević
15 North Korea GK Ri-Kwang II
15 Serbia GK Dušan Radojević
15 Serbia DF Dejan Joksimović
15 Serbia DF Ljuba Stojiljković
15 Serbia DF Ivan Božović
15 Serbia DF Goran Baroš
15 Serbia DF Slaviša Brković
15 Serbia DF Vitomir Jelić
15 Serbia DF Željko Milošević
15 Serbia DF Bojan Ostojić
15 Serbia DF Milan Lukić
15 Serbia DF Nikola Vukajlović
15 North Korea MF Myong-Cha Hyon
15 Serbia MF Zvezdan Nikolić
15 Serbia MF Vladimir Mijanović
No. Position Player
15 North Korea MF An-II Bom
15 Serbia MF Stefan Nedović
15 Serbia MF Dejan Vasić
15 Serbia MF Vladimir Markicević
15 Serbia MF Darko Milojković
15 Serbia MF Budimir Đukić
15 Serbia MF Stefan Petrović
15 Serbia MF Dejan Vujičić
15 Serbia MF Milorad Stefanović
15 Serbia FW Miloš Lepović
15 Serbia FW Aleksandar Varjačić
15 Serbia FW Lazar Vidić
15 Serbia FW Marko Aleksić
15 Serbia FW Petar Tankosić
15 Serbia FW Ljubomir Arsić
15 Serbia FW Ivan Gavran
15 Serbia FW Marko Filipović

Current technical body

As of 03 April 2009
Position Name Nationality
Manager: Slobodan Dogandžić Serbia Serb
Assistant Manager: Vlada Čapljić Serbia Serb
Goalkeeping Coach: Dejan Jelčić Serbia Serb
Coach: Slobodan Stašević Serbia Serb
Recuperation Coach: Djordje Petrovic Serbia Serb
Doctor: Eric Milovan Serbia Serb

Notable Players

Here are some of the many football legends who have played for Radnički Kragujevac:

Sponsors

Supporters

Supporters of Radnički Kragujevac are known as Crveni Djavoli (English: Red Devils). They were founded in 1968. [1]

See also

References

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