Fixtures

Serbia Super Liga 03/02 16:00 23 FK Vozdovac vs Spartak Subotica - View
Serbia Super Liga 03/09 16:00 24 Spartak Subotica vs FK Novi Pazar - View
Serbia Super Liga 03/13 16:00 25 FK Cukaricki vs Spartak Subotica - View
Serbia Super Liga 03/16 16:00 26 Spartak Subotica vs FK Backa Topola - View
Serbia Super Liga 03/30 18:00 27 Partizan Belgrade vs Spartak Subotica - View
Serbia Super Liga 04/03 18:00 28 Spartak Subotica vs Radnicki Nis - View

Results

Serbia Super Liga 02/25 17:30 22 [7] Vojvodina v Spartak Subotica [10] D 0-0
Serbia Super Liga 02/18 14:00 21 [10] Spartak Subotica v Mladost Lucani [9] L 0-1
Serbia Super Liga 02/12 15:00 20 [13] FK Napredak v Spartak Subotica [10] D 1-1
Club Friendly List 02/07 12:00 - Spartak Subotica v FK Kabel Novi Sad W 3-1
Europe Friendlies 02/03 12:00 - Spartak Subotica v FK Indjija L 0-2
Club Friendly List 01/24 14:30 - Crvena Zvezda v Spartak Subotica L 3-1
Serbia Super Liga 12/21 14:00 9 [4] FK Novi Pazar v Spartak Subotica [10] W 0-1
Serbia Super Liga 12/16 15:00 19 [9] Spartak Subotica v Crvena Zvezda [1] L 1-4
Serbia Super Liga 12/09 17:30 18 [14] FK Zeleznicar Pancevo v Spartak Subotica [8] L 2-1
Serbia Super Liga 12/01 17:30 17 [9] Spartak Subotica v FK Radnik Surdulica [16] W 1-0
Serbia Super Liga 11/24 16:00 16 [13] IMT Novi Belgrade v Spartak Subotica [12] W 0-1
Europe Friendlies 11/18 12:00 - Spartak Subotica v Vojvodina D 3-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 47 25 22
Wins 18 12 6
Draws 10 3 7
Losses 19 10 9
Goals for 56 35 21
Goals against 62 35 27
Clean sheets 16 9 7
Failed to score 13 7 6

Wikipedia - FK Spartak Subotica

Fudbalski klub Spartak Subotica (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Спартак Суботица) is a professional football club from Subotica, Serbia, that plays in the Serbian SuperLiga.

The club was founded in 1945 and was named after Jovan Mikić Spartak, the leader of the Partisans in Subotica, who was a national hero and was killed in 1944.

After the end of the 2007–08 Serbian League Vojvodina, the club merged with Zlatibor Voda which won promotion to the Serbian First League thus gaining the name Spartak Zlatibor Voda. In 2013, the board decided to return to the original name of the club.

History

Origins

Founded in 1945, FK Spartak Subotica is, after Vojvodina, the most successful club in northern Serbia. They participated in the first after-war club championship, in the 1946–47 Yugoslav First League and from then on, they played always in between the first and second national leagues. The biggest success of the club was achieved when the club played in the 1993–94 FR Yugoslavia Cup final against Partizan (1–6 loss).

However, football in Subotica has long tradition. During the pre-WWII period, the city was the seat of the Subotica Football Subassociation, one of the subassociations which existed within the Yugoslav Football Association, and which organised league competitions whose winners qualified for the Yugoslav championship where the national champion was decided. Subotica was home to three major clubs that made it to the Yugoslav championship before 1941: Bačka, SAND and ŽAK Subotica. Bačka has furthermore the record of being the oldest football club in the entire territory of former Yugoslavia.

When Second World War started in 1941 in Yugoslavia, Subotica was invaded by the Axis forces and incorporated into Hungary with its clubs being included in the Hungarian league system. At the end of the war Yugoslavia took control again of Subotica. Some clubs such as SAND were dissolved, others like Bačka kept existing although played a much lesser role from then on, and, some new ones were formed, like Radnički or Građanski. ŽAK Subotica kept being active for a while, however, their main sponsor, the Yugoslav Railways, decided to dissolve it and form a new club in its place which would be named "Spartak" which was the nickname of a legendary athlete from Subotica and World War II Yugoslav Partisans commander Jovan Mikić – Spartak. Besides the players, the stadium, the colors and the fans, Spartak also inherited from ŽAK the tradition of being backed by the Yugoslav Railways.

1946 to 2006

During the period of socialist Yugoslavia, Spartak was a regular participant either in Yugoslav First or Second leagues. Although they never won the national championship, they were a feared adversary known for both, producing good homeground players that achieved quality careers domestically and abroad, and also bringing talented players from regions all around Yugoslavia. Spartak also contributed a number of players for the national team. During this period, the highlight was their presence as losing finalist of the 1961–62 Yugoslav Cup.

Spartak was cup finalist again, in the 1993–94 FR Yugoslavia Cup. By then the old SFR Yugoslavia broke-up and FR Yugoslavia formed by Serbia and Montenegro took its place. Spartak was a regular participant of the First League of FR Yugoslavia all way until 1999–2000 season when they were relegated and a period of crisis started.

During the first decade of the new millennium the club went downhills all way until 2008 when they merged with FK Zlatibor Voda from neighbouring town of Horgoš. Playing under the name FK Spartak Zlatibor Voda, the club started recovering finally reaching its come-back to top tier when they were promoted to the 2009–10 Serbian SuperLiga.

2006 till nowadays

Spartak's biggest success since Serbia restored its name as country in 2006, came in the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League qualifying rounds. They first defeated Northern Irish club Coleraine F.C. in Round 1, then went on to achieve what is considered their brightest moment in club history defeating Czech powerhouse AC Sparta Prague over two legs. They were eventually eliminated from the UEFA Europa League in the 3rd qualifying round, losing to Danish club Brøndby IF over two games.

Spartak Subotica is a professional soccer team based in the city of Subotica, Serbia. The team was founded in 1945 and has a rich history of success in Serbian soccer. Spartak Subotica plays in the Serbian SuperLiga, the top tier of soccer in Serbia. The team's home stadium is the Subotica City Stadium, which has a capacity of 13,000 spectators. The team's colors are red and white, and their logo features a stylized letter "S" with a star above it. Spartak Subotica has a passionate fan base and is known for their attacking style of play. The team has won several domestic titles, including the Serbian Cup in 1989 and 2011. They have also had success in European competitions, reaching the quarterfinals of the UEFA Cup in 1991. The current squad features a mix of experienced veterans and promising young players, and is led by head coach Vladimir Gaćinović.