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1991–92 Yugoslav Cup

The Football Cup of Yugoslavia of 1991 to 1992 was the national knock-out football competition in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during its transition to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

The republics of Croatia and Slovenia declared their independence on June 25, 1991 during the football off-season. By the Brioni Agreement, the two republics delayed the implementation of independence until October 8. While the two countries were nominally still part of Yugoslavia, their clubs withdrew from the Yugoslav football system. Over the course of the competition, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina declared independence on September 8, 1991 and March 5, 1992 respectively. On April 28, 1992 the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was constituted by Montenegro and Serbia.

Prior to this season, the cup had borne the name Marshal Tito Cup. This was discontinued as the previous year's champion Hajduk Split had failed to return the Marshal Tito Trophy to the Football Association of Yugoslavia, which no longer had jurisdiction over the club.

1/16 finals

Home team Score Away team
Borac Banja Luka - NK Inter Zaprešić (withdrew)
Budućnost Titograd 0-2 Crvena Zvezda
Red Star Gnjilane - Olimpija Ljubljana (withdrew)
FK Bečej 5-0 Radnički Niš
FK Bor 1-3 FK Zemun
Igman Ilidža 0-3 Partizan Beograd
Napredak Kruševac - NK Rijeka (withdrew)
Proleter Zrenjanin - Croatia Đakovo (withdrew)
Selection of JNA - HAŠK Građanski Zagreb (withdrew)
Sloboda Tuzla - Hajduk Split (withdrew)
Sutjeska Nikšić 1-0 FK Sarajevo
Tomislav Tomislavgrad 0-4 Rad Beograd
Vardar Skopje - NK Osijek (withdrew)
Vojvodina Novi Sad 1-0 Sloboda Titovo Užice
FK Vrbas 1-3 Velež Mostar
Željezničar Sarajevo - NK Rovinj (withdrew)

1/8 finals

Home team First Leg Second Leg Agg Away team
Crvena Zvezda 4-3 2-1 6-4 FK Bečej
FK Zemun 1-1 0-1 1-2 Željezničar Sarajevo
Napredak Kruševac 3-0 0-1 3-1 Borac Banja Luka
Partizan Beograd 4-1 3-0 7-1 Vardar Skopje
Proleter Zrenjanin 0-0 1-2 1-2 Sloboda Tuzla
Selection of JNA 2-0 0-3 2-3 Rad Beograd
Velež Mostar 6-1 4-1 10-2 Sutjeska Nikšić
Vojvodina Novi Sad 6-0 4-1 10-1 Red Star Gnjilane

Quarter finals

Home team First Leg Second Leg Agg Away team
Napredak Kruševac 3-1 1-3 4-4 Sloboda Tuzla
Partizan Beograd 4-0 1-2 5-2 Vojvodina Novi Sad
Rad Beograd 2-1 0-3 2-4 Crvena Zvezda
Velež Mostar 1-0 1-3 2-3 Željezničar Sarajevo

Semi finals

Home team First Leg Second Leg Agg Away team
Crvena Zvezda 2-2 1-0 3-2 Napredak Kruševac
Partizan Beograd 2-0 3-0 5-0 Željezničar Sarajevo

Final - 1st Leg

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Crvena Zvezda
0 - 1
Partizan Beograd
Date May 14, 1992
Locale Marakana, Belgrade, Serbia
Attendance 33,024 (cap: 60,000+)
Referee Sava Avramović (Belgrade)
Red Star
(coach: Vladica Popović)
Dragoje Leković, Duško Radinović, Goran Vasilijević, Vladimir Jugović, Milorad Ratković, Ilija Najdoski, Ilija Ivić, Elvir Bolić, Darko Pančev, Dejan Savićević (6' Saša Nedeljković), Siniša Mihajlović (49' Slaviša Čula)
Partizan
(coach: Ivica Osim)
Fahrudin Omerović, Vujadin Stanojković, Budimir Vujačić, Džoni Novak, Gordan Petrić, Slaviša Jokanović, Goran Bogdanović, Predrag Mijatović (89' Nebojša Gudelj), Slađan Šćepović, Branko Brnović, Slobodan Krčmarević
Notes Scorers: 0-1 Vujačić (36')

Final - 2nd Leg

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Partizan Beograd
2 - 2
Crvena Zvezda
Date May 21, 1992
Locale Stadion JNA, Belgrade, Serbia
Attendance 39,370 (around the same)
Referee Zoran Petrović (Belgrade)
Partizan
(coach: Ivica Osim)
Fahrudin Omerović, Vujadin Stanojković, Nebojša Gudelj, Džoni Novak, Gordan Petrić, Slaviša Jokanović, Goran Bogdanović (88' Miletić), Predrag Mijatović, Slađan Šćepović (53' Ljubomir Vorkapić), Branko Brnović, Slobodan Krčmarević
Red Star
(coach: Vladica Popović)
Dragoje Leković, Duško Radinović, Mitko Stojkovski (35' Goran Vasilijević), Vladimir Jugović, Miodrag Belodedić, Aleksandar Kristić, Ilija Ivić, Elvir Bolić, Darko Pančev, Milorad Ratković, Siniša Mihajlović
Notes Scorers: 0-1 Mihajlović (37'), 1-1 Mijatović (65'), 1:2 Pančev (71'), 2:2 Jokanović (76')

External links

  • Yugoslavia Cup at RSSSF
  • Report
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