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Serbian White Eagles FC
Serbian White Eagles' crest
Full name Serbian White Eagles Football Club (English)
Fudbalski klub Srpski beli orlovi (Serbian)
Nickname(s) Ponos Srbije (The pride of Serbia)
Srpski sinovi (Serbian sons)
Founded 1968
Ground Centennial Stadium
President Serbia Dragan Bakoč
Head Coach Serbia Dušan Prijić
League Canadian Soccer League
2009 1st in International Division, playoffs in progress
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Serbian White Eagles Football Club (Serbian: Фудбалски клуб Српски бели орлови, Fudbalski klub Srpski beli orlovi) is a Canadian soccer team. The team is a member of the Canadian Soccer League, the highest professional soccer league in Canada, playing in the International Division.

The team's home colours are all white, commemorating the white double-headed eagle which appears on the Serbian flag. The Serbian White Eagles play their home games at Centennial Park Stadium in Etobicoke, the western portion of the city of Toronto.



The Serbian White Eagles were established in 1968 as an amateur team in the then National Soccer League, where they played until 1980, when the club withdrew from the league, becoming an amateur club in the process. They remained such until February 2006, when they joined the CSL, becoming the most successful expansion club in the league's history. The Serbian White Eagles were embraced by the Serbian Canadian community and have averaged the highest attendance of any team in the CSL.[1]

In 2008, the Serbian White Eagles outlasted Trois-Rivières Attak over a rain-drenched 120 minutes and penalty kicks to win the Canadian Soccer League championship.

Assistant to head coach Dušan Prijić is Igor Ćirić.

At the 2009 final game, playing a man short for most of the second half, Trois-Rivieres Attak took the game into overtime, then penalty kicks to win the CSL Championship at the BMO Field in Toronto on a October 10th, 2009. The Attak, playing with some of the best young players in Quebec in just their third season in the Canadian Soccer League, defeated Serbian White Eagles, a team with several former professionals from Europe with a history in Canadian soccer going back to 1968. The game was scoreless through 90 minutes, then 30 minutes of overtime before Trois-Rivieres outscored the Toronto-based Serbian Eagles 3-2 in the penalty kick decider. The game was a repeat of the 2008 final when these two teams met in a thriller won by Serbian White Eagles, also with penalty kicks. Serbian White Eagles won the International Division under coach Rafael Carbajal, changing to coach Igor Ćirić for the play-offs part of the season.


Serbian White Eagles FC is currently affiliated with the Toronto Falcons junior and midget level teams. The official academy is set to be launched in 2009. The Serbian White Eagles FC academy is a professional training and development program for young elite Canadian soccer players.


Top goal scorers

Current squad

As of October 20, 2009

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Marko Petrović
2 France DF Thierry Mangwa
3 Serbia DF Dragorad Milićević
5 Canada DF Mark Janković
6 Serbia DF Mirko Medić (vice-captain)
7 Canada FW Selvin Lammie
8 France FW Jonathan Hurtis
10 Canada MF Aleksandar Braletić
11 Montenegro FW Dragan Radović
14 Serbia MF Uroš Stamatović
15 Serbia FW Mihajlo Bačanin
16 Republic of Macedonia FW Viktor Anastasov
17 Serbia DF Nikola Paunić
18 Serbia MF Veljko Luković
19 Bulgaria MF Kiril Dimitrov
No. Position Player
20 Serbia MF Milan Janošević
22 Serbia MF Adrian Tismenar
23 Colombia DF John Garcés
27 Canada GK Marlon Juman
28 Canada DF Goran Vlaški
99 Serbia FW Saša Viciknez (captain)
- - Canada GK Dan Pelc
- - Serbia MF Nikola Šišović
- - Uruguay DF Carlos Zeballos
- - Serbia GK Danilo Šarčević
- - Canada FW Evan Milward
- - Canada MF Miloš Šćepanović
- - Canada MF Nikola Budalić
- - Serbia DF Miloš Jeftić
- - Serbia MF Aleksandar Radovanović

Notable former players

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Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia (1945–1992)
Serbia and Montenegro FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro (1992–2006)
Serbia Serbia (2006–present)
Romania Romania
  • Gabriel Pop
Brazil Brazil
Argentina Argentina
Nigeria Nigeria
Mexico Mexico
Belarus Belarus

Managerial history

Year-By-Year in Professional Competition

Year League Division GP W L T Pts Regular Season Playoffs
1970 NSL "Senior" 26 17 4 5 39 3rd N/A
1971 NSL "Senior" 26 9 12 5 23 9th N/A
1972 NSL "Senior" 26 20 5 3 43 2nd N/A
1973 NSL "Senior" 30 22 7 1 45 2nd N/A
1974 NSL "Senior" 36 28 1 7 63 1st Final
1975 NSL "First" 38 23 8 7 53 4th N/A
1976 NSL "First" 27 10 11 6 26 7th N/A
1977 NSL "First" 36 0 29 7 7 10th N/A
1980 NSL "Senior" 22 1 18 3 5 12th N/A
2006 CSL "International" 22 17 1 4 55 1st Final
2007 CSL "International" 22 14 5 3 45 1st Final
2008 CSL "International" 22 12 5 5 41 2nd Champions
2009 CSL "International" 18 11 4 3 36 1st Final


  1. ^ Official Website of the Serbian White Eagles Football Club
  2. ^ Sometimes referred to as Mike Bakic in English.
  3. ^ Sometimes referred to as George Radan in English and sometimes spelled Djordje Radan in Serbian.
  4. ^ Sometimes referred to as Mike Stojanovic in English.
  5. ^ Sometimes referred to as Don Popovic in English.

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