Obilić Stadium in August 2004.
|Full name||Obilić Stadium|
|Former names||Miloš Obilić Stadium|
|Type||UEFA Category 3 Stadium|
|Field size||105 by 68 metres (344 ft × 223 ft)|
| Obilić |
Obilić Stadium (Serbian Cyrillic: Стадион ФК Обилић) is a multi-purpose stadium in Belgrade, Serbia. Located in Vračar municipality, it is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a seating capacity for 4,600 people. The venue was the home ground of Obilić. The stadium take their name from Miloš Obilić, a legendary 14th-century knight much celebrated in Serbian epic poetry.
Miloš Obilić is said to have been a Serbian knight in the service of Prince Lazar, during the invasion of the Ottoman Empire. He is not mentioned in contemporary sources, but he features prominently in later accounts of the Battle of Kosovo as the assassin of the Ottoman sultan Murad I. Although the assassin remains anonymous in sources until the late 15th century, the dissemination of the story of Murad's assassination in Florentine, Serbian, Ottoman and Greek sources suggests that versions of it circulated widely across the Balkans within half a century after the event.
Kosovo District was a district of Kosovo and Metohija between 1990 and 1999; at that time, Kosovo was part of Serbia. Kosovo has since declared independence, but from one point of view of the Serbian government the district still exists on paper, despite the fact that Serbian government accepted civil UN administration over Kosovo.
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Obilić, or Obiliq or Kastriot, is a town and municipality located in the Pristina District of Kosovo. According to the 2011 census, the town of Obilić has 6,864 inhabitants, while the municipality has 21,549 inhabitants. The municipality includes the town of Obilić and 19 villages.
Omladinski Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Belgrade, Serbia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of OFK Beograd. The stadium is capable of taking up to 19,100 people, but has a total of 10,600 seats. As of December 2012 the stadium is in deteriorating condition and can only hold a third of its intended capacity.
Fudbalski klub Obilić, commonly known as Obilić Belgrade or simply Obilić, was a Serbian football club based in Vračar, a neighbourhood of Belgrade. Named after medieval Serbian hero Miloš Obilić, a legendary 14th-century knight, the club currently competes in the Third Belgrade league - Group A.
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The Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God is a Serbian Orthodox Church in Obilić, central Kosovo. As of 2008, it serves some 2,200 Serbs in the municipality of Obilić. It is ecclesiastically part of the Eparchy of Raška and Prizren.
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Makiš Stadium is the home ground of Milicionar Belgrade. It's also known simply as Milicionar Stadium. The all-seated stadium was named after Makiš forest. The stadium has a seating capacity for around 4,000. Since 2011 Rugby League World Cup qualifications tournament, Serbia national rugby league team use this stadium as its home ground.
The 2003–04 Serbia and Montenegro Cup was the second and first full season of the Serbia and Montenegro's annual football cup. The cup defenders was FK Sartid, but was defeated by FK Obilić in the second round. Red Star Belgrade has the winner of the competition, after they defeated Budućnost Banatski Dvor. She later clinched the First League title to claim its 8th domestic double.
The 1994–95 FR Yugoslavia Cup was the third season of the FR Yugoslavia's annual football cup. The cup defenders was FK Partizan, but was defeated by Red Star Belgrade in the quarter-finals. Red Star Belgrade has the winner of the competition, after they defeated FK Obilić.
The 1997–98 FR Yugoslavia Cup was the sixth season of the FR Yugoslavia's annual football cup. The cup defenders was Red Star Belgrade, but was defeated by FK Obilić in the semi-finals. FK Partizan has the winner of the competition, after they defeated FK Obilić.
The Tuman Monastery is a 14th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery in eastern Serbia, in the municipality of Golubac. It belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Braničevo. It is also referred to as the Tumane Monastery.
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