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Football Association of Yugoslavia
Football Association of Yugoslavia
UEFA
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Founded15 April 1919
1923
1954
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The Football Association of Yugoslavia (FSJ) (Serbian: / Fudbalski savez Jugoslavije, Croatian: Nogometni savez Jugoslavije; Bosnian: Fudbalski savez Jugoslavije; Slovene: Nogometna zveza Jugoslavije; Macedonian: , romanizedFudbalski Sojuz na Jugoslavija) was the governing body of football in Yugoslavia, based in Belgrade, with a major administrative branch in Zagreb.

It organized the Yugoslav First League, the Yugoslavia national football team, and the Second Leagues of all six former Yugoslav republics.

Football Association of Serbia inherited Yugoslavia spot within FIFA and UEFA and it is considered by both organisations as the only successor of Yugoslavia.[1][2][3]

History

It was formed in April 1919 in Zagreb under the name Jugoslavenski nogometni savez. The FA became the temporary member of FIFA on 4 May 1921 and permanent member on 20 May 1923. The name later changed to Nogometni savez Jugoslavije. After disagreements between the Zagreb and Belgrade subassociations in 1929, the Assembly of Football Association of Yugoslavia was dissolved in 1929, subsequently with the 6 January Dictatorship; the association headquarters moved to Belgrade next year, on 16 March 1930 where the organisation modified its name to Fudbalski Savez Jugoslavije.[4]

During this time there were several subassociations which organized football on the regional level. These were:[5]

On 1 October 1939, the association was reestablished as the Supreme Football Association of Yugoslavia (Vrhovni nogometni savez Jugoslavije), which was made up of the associations: the Slovenian Football Federation (Slovenska nogometna zveza) covering the Drava Banovina, the Croatian Football Federation (Hrvatski nogometni savez) covering the Banovina of Croatia, and the Serbian Football Federation (Srpski lopta?ki savez) covering the remainder of the state. In this new created association is formed new subassociation: Su?ak Football Subassociation (January 1940) and Maribor and Celje Football Subassociation (in late 1940). In 1954 Football Association of Yugoslavia became the member of UEFA.

In 1991, the SFR Yugoslavia dissolved, but the republics of Serbia and Montenegro reconstituted a union under the name FR Yugoslavia, claiming the succession of the former Yugoslavia exclusively for themselves, including the football association, so they kept the football association along with its membership in FIFA and UEFA. The Football Association of Yugoslavia was replaced by the Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro in 2003, when the nation changed their name to Serbia and Montenegro.

List of presidents

  • Hinko Würth (1919-1920)
  • Ante Jakovac (1920-1921)
  • Ivo Lipovak (1921-1923)
  • Miroslav Petanjek (1923)
  • Veljko Ugrini? (1923-1924)
  • Hinko Würth (1924)
  • Kazimir Kremedi? (1924-1925)
  • Ivo Lipovak (1925-1927)
  • Dragan Vu?kovi? (1927)
  • Ljubomir Dermakis (1927)
  • Vatroslav Kr?eli? (1927-1928) (interim)
  • Ante Pandakovi? (1928-1930)
  • Janko ?afarik (1930-1931)
  • Zarija Markovi? (1931-1932)
  • Bo?idar Todorovi? (1932-1934)
  • Miodrag Filipovi? (1934-1935)
  • Ljubomir Radovanovi? (1935-1937)
  • Mihajlo Andrejevi? (1937-1941)
  • Milorad Arsenijevi? (1946-1948)
  • Ratomir Dugonji? (1948-1951)
  • Veljko Zekovi? (1951-1952)
  • Dragomir Nikoli? (1952-1953)
  • Ratomir Dugonji? (1953)
  • Branko Pe?i? (1953-1955)
  • Ratomir Dugonji? (1955-1956)
  • Branko Pe?i? (1956-1957)
  • Du?an ?ur?i? (1957-1964)
  • Aleksandar Jovan?evi? (1964-1965) (interim)
  • Bo?ko Ba?kot (1965-1967)
  • Dragoljub Kir?anski (1967-1971)
  • Luka Bajaki? (1971-1973)
  • Pavle Davkov (1973-1974)
  • Pero Korobar (1974-1976)
  • Tone Florijan?i? (1976-1978)
  • ?ev?et Mustafa (1978-1980)
  • Dimo Hanovi? (1980) (interim)
  • Milan Brajevi? (1980-1981)
  • Toma? Toma?evi? (1981-1982)
  • Dra?ko Popovi? (1982-1984)
  • Janko Pejanovi? (1984-1986)
  • Slavko ?ajber (1986-1987)
  • Antun ?ili? (1987-1988)
  • Tomislav Filipovski (1988-1990)
  • Marko Ile?i? (1990-1991)

Football associations of successor countries

References

  1. ^ History Archived 2011-12-27 at the Wayback Machine at FSS official website, Retrieved 4 October 2012 (in Serbian)
  2. ^ Serbia at FIFA official website
  3. ^ News: Serbia at UEFA official website, published 1 January 2011, Retrieved 4 October 2012
  4. ^ - HISTORY Archived April 2, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ (in Serbian) Srbijasport Archived 2012-03-29 at the Wayback Machine Fudbalski Savez Srbije
  7. ^ (in Serbian) Pokrajinski sekretarijat za sport i omladinu Archived 2012-03-16 at the Wayback Machine

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