The Novi Sad Football Subassociation (Serbo-Croato-Slovenian: Novosadski loptački podsavez / Новосадски лоптачки подсавез) was one of the regional football governing bodies under the tutorial of the Football Association of Yugoslavia. It was formed on 13 April 1930 having been part of the Belgrade Football Subassociation until then.
It included the clubs from the territory of the province (župa) of Novi Sad – the municipalities of Novi Sad, Sremska Mitrovica, Ruma and Šabac. It developed considerably, and by 1936 it became the third largest Subassociation with 49 clubs, which become 53 in 1939.
The presidents of the Novi Sad Football Subassociation were Kosta Hadži (1930–1939) and Stojan Branković (1939–1944).
Fudbalski klub Vojvodina, commonly known as Vojvodina Novi Sad or simply Vojvodina and familiarly as Voša, is a Serbian professional football club based in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, the second largest city in Serbia, and one of the most popular clubs in the country. The club is the major part of the Vojvodina multi-sport club and currently the third oldest football club in the Serbian SuperLiga and the most successful football club in Serbia next to the rivals Red Star Belgrade and Partizan Belgrade.
Football is the most popular sport in Serbia. The Football Association of Serbia (FSS) is the national governing body and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the game of football in the country, both professional and amateur. The association organizes the professional Serbian Superliga and is responsible for appointing the management of the men's, women's and youth national football teams in Serbia. The association also organizes the Serbian First League (second) and Serbian League (third), operating the top 3 leagues. The FSS is also responsible for organizing the Serbian Cup, the country's league cup competition. It has been played from the end of the 19th century and there were a number of very successful Serbian football players and coaches throughout history. One of Serbia's top football clubs Red Star Belgrade has won the prestigious European Champions Cup in 1991 and has also won the Intercontinental Cup the same year. Its local rival Partizan Belgrade was the first Southeast and Eastern European football club to reach the European Champions Cup final, when it did so in 1966. The most successful and popular teams are Red Star and Partizan from Belgrade as well as Vojvodina from Novi Sad. An important role also played OFK Belgrade and Radnički Niš in the history of the Serbian football
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