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Stadion FK Metalac

Full name Fudbalski klub Metalac Gornji Milanovac
Founded 12 June 1961 (1961-06-12) (53 years ago)
Ground Metalac Stadium
Ground Capacity 4,400[1]
President Serbia Dragoljub Vukadinović
Head coach Serbia Slavenko Kuzeljević
League Serbian First League
2011–12 Serbian SuperLiga, 16th
File:Arrow-down.gif Relegated
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Fudbalski klub Metalac (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Meтaлaц), or simply Metalac, is a professional football club based in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia. The club currently competes in the Serbian First League.


On June 12, 1961 in Gornji Milanovac, by the initiative of former FK Takovo footballer Miroslav Spasojević, was held the first foundational assembly of the newly created football club. The assembly was attended by the sindical union members of the companies "Graditelj" and "Metalac" and they suggested that the workers of the city companies should actively play football in the club. The club was founded as FK Radnik and the club menagment was elected. The presidents of the companies "Metalac" and "Graditelj" were elected president and vice-president respectively. The coaching position was attributed to Miroslav Spasojević, nicknamed "Era", who was also the team captain and main player. The club started competing within the league of the football association of Čačak. In the season 1963-64 FK Radnik won the championship and got promoted. At the end of the 1964-65 season, by the initiative of the general menager of Metalac company, Milan Mišović, the club changed its name into FK Metalac, and the company begins to support financially the club. The new club president was Veljo Perišić and a new age begins for the club. In 1968 the club is promoted to the Western Morava League (Zapadnomoravska Liga), in 1970 is promoted to the Morava-Šumadija League (Moravsko-šumadijska Liga) and again two seasons later, the club starts competing in the Serbian League South, Yugoslav fourth tier back then. In that period the club also won the Serbian Cup by winning FK Rudar Kostolac by 4-0, and reached the 1/16 finals of the Yugoslav Cup where they lost after extra-time in Travnik against Borac by 1-2.

By the early 1990s and after the break up of Yugoslavia the club competed in regional leagues. In 1995 the company Metalac becomes the club main sponsor. It is then when the club begins climbing up the leagues, reaching by 2000 the Second League of FR Yugoslavia. They didn´t manage to hold on in their first attempt and were relegated, but next season the won the Serbian League West and returned to Second League staying there this time two seasons. In 2007 they won again the third league and played the 2007–08 Serbian First League surprisingly menaging to finish sixth, which gave them access to the SuperLiga play-offs. That year the club failed, but next season, 2008-09 Metalac finished even better, fifth, and this time was promoted to the Serbian SuperLiga. At the end of the 2009–10 Serbian SuperLiga they finished 9th.[2]

There are around 300 athletes in several age levels competing in the club.

Current squad

As on September 2013.

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 Vladan Đogatović
2 Serbia MF Bojan Živković
3 Serbia MF Stefan Panić
4 Serbia MF Goran Brkić
5 Serbia DF Boško Dopuđ
6 Serbia DF Bojan Gojak
7 Serbia MF Milan Vignjević
8 Serbia MF Aleksandar Ivanović
9 Serbia FW Bojan Zoranović
10 Serbia MF Miroslav Stanić
11 Serbia MF Nemanja Mladenović
12 Serbia GK Mitar Pejović
13 Serbia MF Zlatko Liščević
14 Serbia MF Nikola Lukić
15 Ghana DF Owusu-Ansah Kontoh
No. Position Player
17 Serbia DF Radoslav Vlašić
18 Serbia DF Ivan Kosić
19 Serbia DF Dragomir Nikolić
20 Serbia MF Goran Luković
21 Serbia FW Marko Memedović
22 Serbia MF Aleksandar Sedlar
23 Serbia DF Dalibor Rodić
24 Serbia DF Milan Joksimović
25 Serbia FW Goran Antelj
30 Serbia MF Nikola Ćirković
31 Serbia MF Darko Pavlović
Serbia GK Stevan Bojović
Serbia DF Bojan Mijailović
Serbia MF Aleksandar Dragačević

Notable former players

This is a list of club players with national team appearances:[3]

For a list of current and former players with World Heritage Encyclopedia article, please see Category:FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac players.

Coaching history

  • Serbia Miodrag Radanović-"Profa"


Metalac Stadium has 4,400 seats, and it was built in 2012. After the club archived promotion to the SuperLiga in 2010, Metalac briefly played home matches in the Stadion Mladost which is in Lučani and holds 8,000 spectators.


External links

  • Official website
  • Club profile and squad at Srbijafudbal.
  • Profile on
  • FK Metalac GM info
  • Club page at Transfermarkt.
  • Metalac Stats at
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