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FK Zvezdara

FK Zvezdara
Full name Fudbalski klub Zvezdara
Founded 1951
Dissolved 2002 (merged into FK Srem)
Ground Zvezdara, Belgrade, Serbia

FK Zvezdara (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Звездара) was a football club based in Belgrade, Serbia. It merged into FK Srem Beograd in 2002.

During the 1990s and early 2000s, the club had a questionable pedigree with rumours of mafia-type activities continuously attached to its leadership - controversial businessmen Miodrag "Miša" Nikšić and Branislav "Trojke" Trojanović.

The duo ran the club with Nikšić initially performing the president role. When he got murdered in 1995, Trojanović took over by himself.

Following the 2000-01 season, in which FK Zvezdara finally gained the much sought promotion to the First League of FR Yugoslavia (the country's top flight), Trojanović was murdered on July 21, 2001.[1][2]


Recent seasons

Season League Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes Manager
1998-99 2 - East 3 21 13 3 5 47 18 42 1
1999-00 2 - North 4 34 19 4 11 54 37 61
2000-01 2 - East 1 34 29 3 2 97 20 90 Promoted
2001-02 1 16 34 7 8 19 35 64 29 did not qualify Relegated, merged into FK Srem Velimir Đorđević, Stanislav Karasi[3]

1 Championship abandoned officially on May 14, 1999 due to the NATO attacks on FR Yugoslavia.

Notable players


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