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SK Jugoslavija
Full name Sportski klub Jugoslavija
Founded 1913
Dissolved 1945
League Yugoslav championship

SK Jugoslavija (Serbian: CК Југославија ) was a Serbian football club from Belgrade. It was originally formed as SK Velika Srbija (English: SC Great Serbia) in 1913 and changed its name to SK Jugoslavija in 1919.

It won the Yugoslav First League in 1924 and 1925. In 1941 it changed its name again to SK 1913, after the dissolution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. After World War II the club was disbanded by the communist authorities in 1945 and most of its property, including the training ground, was handed over to the newly founded Red Star Belgrade.

Honours

1924, 1925

Notable players

Kingdom of Yugoslavia Kingdom of Yugoslavia
  • Mihailo Načević
  • Sveta Marković
  • Blagoje Marjanović
  • Branislav Dimitrijević
  • Milorad Dragićević
  • Damjan Đurić
  • Dragan Jovanović
  • Stevan Luburić
  • Đorđe Đorđević
  • Boško Todorić
  • Vladeta Đurić

Czech Republic Czechoslovakia

  • Alojz Mahek
  • Venčel Petrovický

Hungary Hungary

Coaches

  • Czechoslovakia Karel Blaha (Champion in 1924 and 1925)


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