|Number of teams||18|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to|| Serbia and Montenegro SuperLiga (2005–06)|
Serbian SuperLiga (2006–)
|Relegation to||Serbian League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Serbian Cup|
|Current champions|| Radnički 1923 |
(2020–21, 1st title)
|Most championships|| Mladost Lučani, |
|Current: 2020–21 Serbian First League|
The Serbian First League (Serbian: Прва лига Србије / Prva liga Srbije), commonly known by the abbreviation PLS and stylized as PrvaLiga, is the name for the second tier in professional Serbia's football league. The league was formed in 2005, following a reshuffle of the second tier Serbo-Montenegrin divisions. It is operated by the Football Association of Serbia.
The league is usually formed by 16 clubs which play all against one another twice, once at home, once away.Due to the Covid Pandemic caused in 2020, the Football Association of Serbia completed a restructure of the league system ,and in season 2020/2021 that meant 18 clubs would be competing in the Serbian First League, the number of clubs will go back to the usual 16 following the conclusion of the 2020-2021 season. The top two clubs are directly promoted to the Serbian SuperLiga, Third team going into the playoff, and playing against 14 teams from the Super League, while the bottom are relegated to the Serbian League. The Football Association of Serbia announced that in the 2015–16 Serbian First League 4 clubs will be relegated.
The Serbian First League is the successor of the Yugoslav Second League. With the break-up of SFR Yugoslavia in 1992, the clubs from the newly independent states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia joined to their own newly formed leagues, while Serbia and Montenegro remained united and renamed into FR Yugoslavia with the clubs from both republics kept competing in the league. In 2003, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was renamed to Serbia and Montenegro and the football league followed suit. Finally, after Montenegrin independence in 2006, the Montenegrin clubs withdrew and formed their own league.
In 2005, a reshuffle of the second tier of the Serbo-Montenegrin football league system saw two parallel leagues set up, for each republic.
|2005–06||Bežanija||Mladost Apatin||Čukarički Stankom|
After Montenegro's independence, the Serbian First League kept the name and single league format readopted in 2005.
|Season||Champions||Runners up||Third place||Top scorer(s)||Goals|
|2006–07||Mladost Lučani (3)||Čukarički Stankom||Napredak Kruševac||Filip Đorđević (Rad)||16|
|2007–08||Javor Ivanjica (2)||Jagodina||BSK Borča||Igor Pavlović (Jagodina)||17|
|2008–09||BSK Borča||Smederevo||Mladi Radnik||Marko Pavićević (Sevojno)||13|
|2009–10||Inđija||Sevojno||Kolubara||Borivoje Filipović (Inđija)||12|
|2010–11||BASK||Radnički Kragujevac||Novi Pazar||Darko Spalević (Radnički Kragujevac)||13|
|2011–12||Radnički Niš (3)||Donji Srem||Mladost Lučani||Ivan Pejčić (Radnički Niš)||13|
|2012–13||Napredak Kruševac (7)||Čukarički||Voždovac||Milanko Rašković (Borac Čačak)||19|
|2013–14||Mladost Lučani (4)||Borac Čačak||Metalac GM||Predrag Živadinović (Mladost Lučani)||15|
|2014–15||Radnik Surdulica||Javor Ivanjica||Metalac GM||Stefan Dražić (Javor)||13|
|2015–16||Napredak Kruševac (8)||Bačka BP||ČSK||Nenad Lukić (Bežanija)||14|
|2016–17||Mačva Šabac||Zemun||Sloboda Užice||Uroš Đerić (Sloboda Užice)||19|
|2017–18||Proleter Novi Sad||Dinamo Vranje||Metalac GM||Zakaria Suraka (Dinamo Vranje)||17|
|2018–19||TSC Bačka Topola||Javor Ivanjica||Inđija||Ivan Marković (Javor Ivanjica)||29|
|2019–20||Zlatibor||Grafičar||Metalac GM||Aleksandar Katanić (Metalac GM)||19|
|2020–21||Radnički Kragujevac||Kolubara||Kabel||Dragiša Komarčević (Loznica)||14|
|Borac 1926||Čačak||Čačak City Stadium||8,000|
|Budućnost Dobanovci||Belgrade||FK Budućnost Dobanovci Stadium||1,000|
|Dubočica||Leskovac||Leskovac City Stadium||7,000|
|IMT||Belgrade||Old Traktor Arena||1,150|
|Jagodina||Jagodina||Jagodina City Stadium||15,000|
|Kabel||Novi Sad||FK Kabel Stadium||2,000|
|Kolubara||Lazarevac||FK Kolubara Stadium||2,500|
|Radnički 1923||Kragujevac||Čika Dača||15,100|
|Radnički||Pirot||Stadion Dragan Nikolić||13,816|
|Radnički||Sremska Mitrovica||FK Radnički S.M. Stadium||2,000|
|Sloga||Kraljevo||Kraljevo City Stadium||4,000|
|Trayal||Kruševac||FK Trayal Stadium||1,500|
|Zemun||Belgrade||Zemun City Stadium||9,588|
|Žarkovo||Belgrade||FK Žarkovo Stadium||610|
|2006–07||Inđija, Dinamo Vranje, Mačva Šabac, BASK, Spartak Subotica, Obilić|
|2007–08||Radnički Niš, Zemun, Vlasina, Mladenovac, Radnički Pirot|
|2008–09||Voždovac, Hajduk Beograd|
|2009–10||Radnički Niš, Sloga Kraljevo, ČSK, Mladost Apatin|
|2010–11||Zemun, Big Bull Radnički, Dinamo Vranje|
|2011–12||Radnički Sombor, Mladi Radnik, Sinđelić Niš, Srem S. Mitrovica|
|2012–13||Novi Sad, Kolubara, Mladenovac, Radnički Nova Pazova, Banat|
|2013–14||Timok, Dolina, Teleoptik, Smederevo|
|2014–15||Moravac Orion, Jedinstvo Putevi, Sloga Kraljevo, Mačva Šabac|
|2015–16||Sloga PM, Donji Srem, Loznica, Radnički Kragujevac|
|2016–17||Kolubara, BSK Borča, Odžaci, OFK Beograd|
|2017–18||Radnički Pirot, Temnić 1924, ČSK, Jagodina|
|2018–19||Bežanija, Borac Čačak, Bečej 1918, Teleoptik, Sloboda Užice|
|2019–20||Smederevo 1924, Sinđelić Beograd|
|2020–21||Borac 1926, Dinamo Vranje, Dubočica, Trayal, Radnički Pirot, Jagodina, Sloga, Zemun|
|2007–08||Bežanija, Mladost Lučani, Smederevo|
|2009–10||Mladi Radnik, Napredak Kruševac|
|2011–12||Metalac GM, Borac Čačak|
|2012–13||Smederevo, BSK Borča|
|2013–14||Javor, Sloboda Užice|
|2014–15||Radnički Kragujevac, Donji Srem, Napredak Kruševac|
|2015–16||Jagodina, OFK Beograd|
|2016–17||Metalac GM, Novi Pazar|
|2017–18||Javor, Borac Čačak|
|2018–19||Dinamo Vranje, Zemun, Bačka|
|2020–21||Javor, Rad, Bačka, Inđija, Mačva, Zlatibor|
|Serbian League Belgrade||Serbian League East||Serbian League Vojvodina||Serbian League West|
|2006–07||Hajduk Beograd||Jagodina||Novi Sad||Metalac G. Milanovac|
|2007–08||Kolubara||Dinamo Vranje|| Spartak Subotica |
|2008–09|| Zemun |
|Radnički Niš|| Proleter Novi Sad |
|2009–10||BASK||Sinđelić Niš||Big Bull Radnički||Radnički 1923|
|2010–11||Mladenovac||Radnički Niš||Donji Srem||Sloga Kraljevo|
|2011–12||Voždovac||Timok||Radnički N. Pazova||Jedinstvo Putevi|
|2012–13||Sinđelić Beograd||Radnik Surdulica||Dolina Padina||Sloga (PM)|
|2015–16||Budućnost Dobanovci||Radnički Pirot||Odžaci||Mačva Šabac|
|2016–17||Teleoptik||Temnić 1924||TSC||Radnički 1923|
|2018–19||Grafičar||Radnički Pirot||Kabel||Smederevo 1924|
|2019–20||IMT|| Jagodina |
| Železničar Pančevo |
| Borac 1926 |
The following is a list of clubs who have played in the Serbian First League at any time since its formation in 2006 to the current season. Teams playing in the 2020–21 Serbian First League season are indicated in bold. A total of 63 teams have played in the Serbian First League.
|4||Proleter Novi Sad||9||286||114||75||97||377||314||417||1st|
|17||Srem Sremska Mitrovica||6||208||62||55||91||206||270||241||7th|
|27||Bačka Bačka Palanka||3||90||46||19||25||129||86||157||2nd|
|29||Borac Čačak 1926||3||101||41||22||38||109||93||145||2nd|
|31||TSC Bačka Topola||2||67||41||18||8||129||49||141||1st|
|32||Mladi Radnik 1926||3||102||39||24||39||104||111||141||3rd|
|36||Sloga Petrovac na Mlavi||3||90||32||26||32||106||113||122||6th|
|48||OFK Sinđelić Niš||2||68||22||18||28||75||84||84||5th|
|56||Radnički Nova Pazova||1||34||9||8||17||35||44||35||14th|
|61||Big Bull Radnički||1||34||7||5||22||26||50||26||17th|
|67||Radnički Sremska Mitrovica||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|1||Nenad Lukić||2010–2011 / 2015–2016 / 2016–2017 / 2018–2019||Teleoptik / Bežanija / Zemun / Inđija / TSC Bačka Topola||50|
|2||Slobodan Dinčić||2010–2011 / 2012–2014 / 2014–2016||BASK / Čukarički / Metalac G.M. / Javor / Kolubara / Zemun||47|
|3||Jovan Jovanović||2007 / 2010–2015 / 2017 / 2019–present||Radnički Niš / Sinđelić Niš / Sloga Kraljevo / Radnik Surdulica / Novi Pazar / Kolubara||41|
|4||Predrag Živadinović||2008–2011 / 2012–2014||BSK Borča / Radnički Kragujevac / Metalac G.M. / Mladost Lučani||35|
|Ognjen Damnjanović||2009–2011 / 2015–2016 / 2017–2019||Proleter Novi Sad / Napredak / Mačva / TSC Bačka Topola / Inđija|
|6||Nikola Vujošević||2007–2011 / 2012–2013||Zemun / Kolubara||34|
|7||Ivan Marković||2012 / 2018–2019||Banat / Javor||33|
|Slađan Nikodijević||2012 / 2014–2015 / 2016–2018 / 2019–present||Borac Čačak / Metalac G.M. / Bačka B.P. / ČSK / Inđija / Radnički 1923|
|9||Srđan Vujaklija||2007–2009 / 2012 / 2013–2015||Novi Sad / Banat / Proleter Novi Sad||30|
|Zoran Stojanović||2007–2008 / 2009–2015||Vlasina / Kolubara|
|Saša Bogunović||2008–2013||Novi Sad / Proleter Novi Sad|
|Saša Tomanović||2008–2010 / 2011–2015 / 2017–2019||Mladost Apatin / Inđija / Radnički Sombor / TSC Bačka Topola|
|Darko Lemajić||2010–2014 / 2015–2016 / 2016–2017||Inđija / Napredak|
|1||Saša Tomanović||2008–2010 / 2011–2015 / 2017–2019||Mladost Apatin / Inđija / Radnički Sombor / TSC Bačka Topola||207|
|2||Branko Žigić||2007–2017||Proleter Novi Sad||205|
|3||Nikola Nedeljković||2008–2013 / 2014–present||Bežanija / Budućnost Dobanovci / Bežanija / Zlatibor||196|
|4||Nemanja Matović||2010–2018||Bežanija / Mačva / Radnički Pirot / Sinđelić Beograd||189|
|5||Aleksandar Stojković||2008 / 2009–2010 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015–2018 / 2019–present||Mladost Apatin / Radnički Sombor / Voždovac / Mladost G.M. / Kolubara / Dinamo Vranje / Budućnost Dobanovci||188|
|Nemanja Milovanović||2010–2013 / 2017–present||Napredak / Teleoptik / Mačva / Dinamo Vranje / Javor / Bačka B.P. / Kolubara|
|7||Dejan Radosavljević||2007 / 2009–2014||Jagodina / Sloboda Užice / Novi Pazar / Radnički Niš / Napredak / Sloga Kraljevo / Borac Čačak||181|
|8||Filip Bajić||2010–2016 / 2019–present||Novi Sad / Inđija / Bečej / Dinamo Vranje||177|
|9||Marko Jakšić||2007–2009 / 2011–2015||Zemun / Srem S.M. / Mladost Apatin / Inđija / Bežanija / Timok / Jedinstvo Putevi / ČSK||170|
|10||Igor Zonjić||2009–2014 / 2015–2016||Banat / Teleoptik / Sinđelić Beograd / Mladost Lučani / Napredak / Bežanija||162|
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