Below you find a regionwise analysis of the former Yugoslavia league - which republics provided how many teams to the league, and titles won per republic.
Information is prepared as follows: - name of the republic in its own language. Period belonging to Yugoslavia - population - Yugoslavia league presences in top division and championships won by teams of the region from 1947 to 1992. - for each club: in the first column, seasons played by the club in top division. In brackets, championships won, from 1947 to 1992. - at the bottom of the page, statistical tables by republics. - Teams of Second Division are listed according to the number of participations.
Yugoslavia Republic from 1945 to 1992. Pop.: 4.350.000 163 presences by 7 clubs. 3 championships won by 2 clubs. 43 ( 2) Sarajevo 38 Velez Mostar 34 ( 1) Zeljeznicar Sarajevo 25 Sloboda Tuzla 17 Celik (Zenica) 15 Borac (Banja Luka) 1 Iskra Bugojno Other 21 teams have played in Second Division Leotar Trebinje Famos Hrasnica Jedinstvo Bihac Jedinstvo Brcko Rudar Kakanj Rudar Ljubija Prijedor Bosna Visoko Borac Travnik Radnik Bijeljina Igman Konjic Borac Capljina Pofalicki Sarajevo UNIS Vogosca Bosna Sarajevo Radnicki Hadzici Sloga Doboj BSK Banja Luka Lokomotiva Mostar Troglav Livno Sloboda Bosanski Novi ZSK Zenica
Yugoslavia republic from 1945 to 2004. Pop.: 650.000 35 presences by 2 clubs. 26 Buducnost Titograd(now Podgorica) 9 Sutjeska Niksic Other 11 teams have played in Second Division: Lovcen Cetinje OFK Titograd Bokelj Kotor FK Ivangrad Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje Buducnost Pec Mogren Budva Iskra Danilovgrad Rudar (Volvoks) Pljevlja Tara Podgorica Celik Niksic
Yugoslavia Republic from 1945 to 1991. Pop.: 4.750.000 172 presences by 9 clubs. 11 championships won by 2 clubs. 46 ( 7) Hajduk Split 46 ( 4) Dinamo Zagreb 29 Rijeka [ex Kvarner] 18 Zagreb 13 Osijek 10 Lokomotiva (Zagreb) 5 Dinamo Vinkovci 3 Tresnjevka (Zagreb) 2 Split Other 22 teams have played in Second Division: NK Sibenik GOSK Jug Dubrovnik NK Borovo NK Karlovac Istra Pula Marsonia (BSK) Slavonski Brod Metalac Zagreb Orijent Rijeka Segesta Sisak NK Belisce NK (Zadarkomerc) Zadar Zagrebacki Plavi Metalac Osijek Mladost Petrinja NK Solin Sparta Bijeli Manastir Mornar Split Elektrostroj Zagreb Neretva Metkovic Junak Sinj NK Rovinj Zmaj Makarska
Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1991. Pop.: 2.050.000 39 presences by 5 clubs. 1 championship revoked won by 1 club. 34 (1r) Vardar Skopje 2 Rabotnicki (Skopje) 1 Pobeda Prilep 1 Pelister Bitola 1 Teteks (Tetovo) Other 7 teams have played in Second Division: Bregalnica Stip Belasica Sttrumica (11. oktomvri) Kumanovo Tikves Kavadarci MIK Skopje Metalurg Skopje Balkan Stokokomerc Skopje
Yugoslavia republic from 1945 to 1991. Pop.: 1.950.000 28 presences by 3 clubs. 22 Olimpija Ljubljana 5 Maribor 1 Nafta Donja Lendava Other 10 teams have played in Second Division: Merkator Ljubljana Svoboda Ljubljana Mura Murska Sobota Rudar Velenje Zeljeznicar Maribor Rudar Trbovlje Aluminij Kidricevo NK Koper Kladivar Celje Slovan Ljubljana
Yugoslavia republic from 1945 to 1991. Pop.: 9.700.000 274 presences by 26 clubs. 32 championships won by 3 clubs. 46 (19) Crvena Zvezda (Beograd) 46 (11) Partizan Beograd 34 OFK Beograd 30 Radnicki Nis [ex 14 Oktobar] 9 Radnicki Beograd 6 Napredak (Krusevac) 6 Bor 5 Rad Beograd 5 Radnicki Kragujevac 3 Metalac (Beograd) 3 Zemun [ex Galenika] 2 Nasa Krila Zemun 2 Macva Sabac 1 Crvenka Other 20 teams have played in Second Division: Sloboda Uzice Radnicki Pirot Dubocica Leskovac Sumadija Arandjelovac Dinamo Pancevo Vozdovac (Vozdovacki) Beograd Sloga Kraljevo Zeljeznicar Nis FAP Priboj na Limu Cukaricki Beograd AIK Backa Topola FK Majdanpek Hajduk (Rodic MB) Kula Buducnost Valjevo Timok (Kristal) Zajecar Kolubara Lazarevac EI Mladost Nis Mladost Smederevska Palanka Toplicanin Prokuplje Mladost Lucani Kosovo Autonomous administrative entity in Srbija republic from 1945. Pop.: 1.950.000 6 presences by 2 clubs. 5 Pristina 1 Trepca Kosovska Mitrovica Other 5 teams have played in Second Division: Liria Prizren Vllaznimi Djakovica Crvena Zvezda Gnjilane RMHK Kosovo GIK Ramiz Sadiku Pristina Vojvodina Autonomous administrative entity in Srbija republic from 1945. Pop.: 2.000.000 69 presences by 5 clubs. 2 championships won by 1 club. 41 ( 2) Vojvodina (Novi Sad) 15 Spartak Subotica 9 Proleter Zrenjanin 3 Novi Sad 1 Sloga Novi Sad Other 9 teams have played in Second Division: OFK Kikinda Backa Backa Palanka FK Vrbas Radnicki Sombor Radnicki Backi Jarak FK Becej Subotica Kabel Novi Sad Srem Sremska Mitrovica
Autonomous territory contested by Italy and Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1954. Triestina played in Italian League while Ponziana played in Yugoslavian league. 3 presences by 1 club. 3 Ponziana (Trieste)
Republic Pop. Presences Champions Clubs in I-II Clubs Seasons Clubs Seasons Division Srbija 9.700.000 26 274 3 31 60 Hravtska 4.750.000 9 172 2 11 31 Bosna i Hercegovina 5.400.000 7 163 2 3 28 Macedonija 2.050.000 5 39 1 1r 12 Crna Gora 650.000 2 35 13 Slovenija 1.950.000 3 28 13 Trieste Territory 290.000 1 3 1 Within Srbija Region Pop. Presences Champions Clubs in I-II Clubs Seasons Clubs Seasons Division Srbija 5.750.000 19 199 2 30 39 Vojvodina 2.000.000 5 69 1 2 13 Kosovo 1.950.000 2 6 8
Thanks to Slobodan Vasic for a correction
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Author: David Tuci
Last updated: 12 Dec 2011
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