Serbian football clubs in European competitions
Sun, 2020-Jun-28 00:35 UTC
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Serbian football clubs have participated in European football competitions since its formation, in 1955. It was a game including a Serbian club that marked the kick-off of UEFA European club competitions. It was played on September 4, 1955, in Estádio Nacional in Lisbon, between Portuguese champions Sporting CP, and Yugoslav champions, Partizan (a 3–3 draw, later Partizan won 5–2 in Belgrade). Serbian clubs were by a large margin the most representative among all republics of former Yugoslavia. During Yugoslav periods, Serbian clubs played 3 finals, with the highlight happening in 1991 when Red Star Belgrade became European and world champions.
Before 1992, Serbia was a part of Yugoslavia and between 1992 and 2006, Serbia was part of FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro.
All statistics and records are accurate as of 12 July 2019.
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