Yugoslav Second League

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Yugoslav Second League
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg
Founded
1946
Dissolved
1991
Nation
SFR Yugoslavia
Promotion To
Yugoslav First League
Relegation To
Yugoslav Third League
Inter-Republic Leagues
Number of Seasons
45
Level on Pyramid
Level 2
Last Champions 1990-91
Vardar Skopje
Replaced by
Bosnian Federation League
Rep. Srpska League
Druga HNL
Second Macedonian Football League
Second League of FR Yugoslavia
Slovenian Second League

Yugoslav Second League (Serbo-Croatian: Druga savezna liga / Друга савезна лига, Slovenian: Druga zvezna liga, Macedonian: Втора сојузна лига) was the second tier football league of SFR Yugoslavia. The top clubs were promoted to the top tier, the Yugoslav First League.

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The Yugoslav Second League existed from 1946 to 1991. Although the Yugoslav First League had existed since 1923, the Second League was only introduced in 1945.

League format

NK Zeleznicar Maribor vs RSD Sibenik on 10 September 1969. Nogomet Zeleznicar - Sibenik v drugi zvezni ligi SFRJ 1969.jpg
NK Železničar Maribor vs RSD Šibenik on 10 September 1969.

Over the years, the league changed its format many times:

In total:

Seasons

SeasonsGroup leaguesChampionSecond placeThird placePromoted to First League
Republics leagues
1946–47 FK Sarajevo [1]
Unified league
1947–48 Budućnost Titograd [2] Sloga Novi Sad [3] Naša Krila Zemun Naša Krila Zemun, Budućnost Titograd, Sloga Novi Sad
1948–49 FK Sarajevo Mornar Split Spartak Subotica FK Sarajevo, Spartak Subotica
1950 Borac Zagreb Napredak Kruševac Vojvodina Novi Sad Vojvodina Novi Sad, Borac Zagreb, Mačva Šabac, Napredak Kruševac
1951 Vardar Skopje Rabotnički Skopje Budućnost Titograd Vardar Skopje, Rabotnički Skopje, NK Zagreb [4]
Republic leagues
1952 Croatian league West


Croatian League South
Bosnian Final League
Slovenian League

Kvarner Rijeka [5]


Šibenik
Velež Mostar
Odred Ljubljana

Pula


Dubrovnik
Sloboda Tuzla

Branik Maribor

Lokomotiva Rijeka


Zmaj Makarska
Borac Banja Luka/Bosna Sarajevo

Rudar Trbovlje




Spartak Subotica
Velež Mostar
Inter-republics and republics leagues
1952–53 Croatian-Slovenian League


Vojvodjanska League
Beogradska potsavezna League
Potsavez Niš League
City of Belgrade League
Potsavez Kragujevac League
Kosmetska potsavezna League
Boznia-Herzegovina League
Macedonia final League
Montenegro League

Proleter Osijek [6]


Dinamo Pančevo
Mačva Šabac
Radnički Niš
Radnički Beograd
Napredak Kruševac
Trepča K.Mitrovica
Borac Banja Luka
Rabotnički Skopje
Budućnost Podgorica

Odred Ljubljana [7]


Radnički Sombor
Smederevo
Timok Zaječar
Jedinstvo Zemun
Šumadija Aranđelovac
Budućnost Peć
Željezničar Sarajevo
Rabotnik Bitolj
Lovćen Cetinje

Šibenik


Proleter Zrenjanin
Budućnost Valjevo
Dinamo Niš
Šumadija Beograd
Sloga Kraljevo
Kosovo Priština
Jedinstvo Brčko
Bregalnica Štip
Radnički Ivangrad

Proleter Osijek, Odred Ljubljana
Radnički Beograd, Rabotnički Skopje
Unified League
1953–54 NK Zagreb Željezničar Sarajevo Velež Mostar NK Zagreb, Željezničar Sarajevo
1954–55 Velež Mostar Budućnost Titograd Metalac Zagreb Velež Mostar, Budućnost Titograd
Zones ligues
1955–56I Zona
II A Zona
II B Zona
III Zona
IV Zona
Lokomotiva Zagreb
Čelik Zenica [8]
Lovćen Cetinje
Borovo
Vardar Skopje
Šibenik
Borac Banja Luka
Radnički Nikšić [9]
Budućnost Valjevo
Radnički Kragujevac
Odred Ljubljana
Mladost Prijedor
Arsenal Tivat
Smederevo
Sloga Kraljevo
Lokomotiva Zagreb



Vardar Skopje
1956–57I Zone
II A Zona
II B Zona
III Zona
IV Zona
RNK Split
Željezničar Sarajevo
Lovćen Cetinje
Borovo
Radnički Kragujevac
Šibenik
Čelik Zenica
Nikšić
Proleter Zrenjanin
Radnički Niš
Rijeka
Borac Banja Luka
Dubrovnik
Proleter Osijek
Sloga Kraljevo
RNK Split
Željezničar Sarajevo


1957–58I Zona
II A Zona
II B Zona
III Zona
IV Zona
Rijeka
FK Sarajevo
Nikšić
Proleter Zrenjanin
Napredak Kruševac
Lokomotiva Zagreb
Sloboda Tuzla
Lovćen Cetinje
Proleter Osijek
Rabotnički Skopje
Trešnjevka Zagreb
Čelik Zenica
Arsenal Tivat
Radnički Sombor
Radnički Niš
Rijeka
FK Sarajevo


Groups East and West
1958–59East
West
OFK Beograd
Sloboda Tuzla
Spartak Subotica
Lokomotiva Zagreb
Radnički Sombor
RNK Split
OFK Beograd
Sloboda Tuzla
1959–60 East
West
Vardar Skopje
RNK Split
RFK Novi Sad
Trešnjevka Zagreb
Sutjeska Nikšić
Borac Banja Luka
Vardar Skopje
RNK Split
1960–61 East
West
RFK Novi Sad
Borac Banja Luka
Budućnost Titograd
Željezničar Sarajevo
Radnički Sombor
Trešnjevka Zagreb
RFK Novi Sad
Borac Banja Luka
1961–62 East
West
Budućnost Titograd
Željezničar Sarajevo
Radnički Niš
Sloboda Tuzla
Radnički Beograd
Trešnjevka Zagreb
Budućnost Titograd, Radnički Niš
Željezničar Sarajevo, Sloboda Tuzla
1962–63 East
West
Vardar Skopje
Trešnjevka Zagreb
Radnički Beograd
Čelik Zenica
FK Trepča
Maribor
Vardar Skopje
Trešnjevka Zagreb
1963–64 East
West
Sutjeska Nikšić
NK Zagreb
FK Bor
Maribor
Radnički Beograd
Borac Banja Luka
Sutjeska Nikšić
NK Zagreb
1964–65 East
West
Radnički Beograd
Olimpija Ljubljana
Proleter Zrenjanin
Sloboda Tuzla
Budućnost Titograd
Maribor
Radnički Beograd
Olimpija Ljubljana
1965–66 East
West
Sutjeska Nikšić
Čelik Zenica
Proleter Zrenjanin
Sloboda Tuzla
Pobeda Prilep
Borovo
Sutjeska Nikšić
Čelik Zenica
1966–67 East
West
Proleter Zrenjanin
Maribor
Priština
Osijek
Radnički Sombor
Sloboda Tuzla
Proleter Zrenjanin
Maribor
1967–68 East
West
FK Bor
Čelik Zenica
FK Trepča
Sloboda Tuzla
Sloga Kraljevo
Osijek
FK Bor
Čelik Zenica
Groups East, South, North and West
1968–69 East
South
North
West
Radnički Kragujevac
Budućnost Titograd
Sloboda Tuzla
Orijent Rijeka
FK Trepča
Sutjeska Nikšić
Crvenka
Borac Banja Luka
Sloboda Užice [10]
Bosna Sarajevo
Osijek
Varteks Varaždin
Radnički Kragujevac

Sloboda Tuzla
1969–70 East
South
North
West
Sloga Kraljevo
Sutjeska Nikšić
Osijek
Rijeka
Borac Čačak
Budućnost Titograd
Crvenka
Borac Banja Luka
Priština
Pofalićki Sarajevo
Proleter Zrenjanin
Rudar Ljubija Prijedor


Crvenka
Borac Banja Luka
1970–71 East
South
North
West
Vardar Skopje
Sutjeska Nikšić
Proleter Zrenjanin
Rijeka
Borac Čačak
Budućnost Titograd
Osijek
Rudar Ljubija Prijedor
Pobeda Prilep
Bosna Visoko
Spartak Subotica
NK Zagreb
Vardar Skopje
Sutjeska Nikšić

1971–72 East
South
North
West
FK Bor
Budućnost Titograd
Spartak Subotica
Rijeka
Priština
Rudar Kakanj
Crvenka
Rudar Ljubija Prijedor
Napredak Kruševac
GOŠK Dubrovnik
RFK Novi Sad
NK Zagreb
FK Bor

Spartak Subotica
1972–73 East
South
North
West [11]
Borac Čačak
Budućnost Titograd
Osijek
NK Zagreb
Priština
Famos Hrasnica
Proleter Zrenjanin
Maribor
Šumadija Aranđelovac
Igman Ilidža
RFK Novi Sad
Karlovac


Proleter Zrenjanin
NK Zagreb
Groups East and West
1973–74 East
West [12]
Radnički Kragujevac
Rijeka
Borac Čačak
Osijek
Priština
Kozara B. Gradiška
Radnički Kragujevac
Rijeka
1974–75 East
West [13]
Budućnost Titograd
Borac Banja Luka
Sutjeska Nikšić
NK Zagreb
Napredak Kruševac
RFK Novi Sad
Budućnost Titograd
Borac Banja Luka
1975–76 East
West
Napredak Kruševac
NK Zagreb
Rad Beograd
Osijek
Radnički Pirot
RFK Novi Sad
Napredak Kruševac
NK Zagreb
1976–77 East
West [14]
FK Trepča [15]
Osijek
Vardar Skopje
RFK Novi Sad
Radnički Pirot
OFK Kikinda
FK Trepča
Osijek
1977–78 East
West [16]
Napredak Kruševac
Željezničar Sarajevo
Teteks Tetovo
Proleter Zrenjanin
Vardar Skopje
OFK Kikinda
Napredak Kruševac
Željezničar Sarajevo
1978–79 East
West
Vardar Skopje
Čelik Zenica
FK Trepča
Maribor
Radnički Kragujevac
RFK Novi Sad
Vardar Skopje
Čelik Zenica
1979–80 East
West
OFK Beograd
NK Zagreb
Radnički Kragujevac
Dinamo Vinkovci [17]
FK Bor
Spartak Subotica
OFK Beograd
NK Zagreb
1980–81 East
West
Teteks Tetovo
Osijek
Galenika Zemun
Iskra Bugojno
Rad Beograd
Dinamo Vinkovci
Teteks Tetovo
Osijek
1981–82 East
West
Galenika Zemun
Dinamo Vinkovci
FK Trepča
Spartak Subotica
Timok Zaječar
Čelik Zenica
Galenika Zemun
Dinamo Vinkovci
1982–83 East
West
Priština
Čelik Zenica
Sutjeska Nikšić
Iskra Bugojno
Teteks Tetovo
Jedinstvo Brčko
Priština
Čelik Zenica
1983–84 East
West
Sutjeska Nikšić
Iskra Bugojno
OFK Beograd
Spartak Subotica
Pelister Bitola
Proleter Zrenjanin
Sutjeska Nikšić
Iskra Bugojno
1984–85 East
West
OFK Beograd
Čelik Zenica
FK Novi Pazar
Šibenik
Pelister Bitola
Spartak Subotica
OFK Beograd
Čelik Zenica
1985–86 East
West
Radnički Niš
Spartak Subotica
Rad Beograd
Iskra Bugojno
Radnički Kragujevac
Leotar Trebinje
Radnički Niš
Spartak Subotica
1986–87 East
West
Rad Beograd
Vojvodina Novi Sad
OFK Beograd
RFK Novi Sad
FK Novi Pazar
OFK Kikinda
Rad Beograd
Vojvodina Novi Sad
1987–88 East
West
Napredak Kruševac
Spartak Subotica
OFK Beograd
GOŠK Jug Dubrovnik [18]
Pelister Bitola
Dinamo Vinkovci
Napredak Kruševac
Spartak Subotica
Unified second League
1988–89 Olimpija Ljubljana Borac Banja Luka Proleter Zrenjanin Olimpija Ljubljana, Borac Banja Luka
1989–90 Zemun Proleter Zrenjanin Sutjeska Nikšić Zemun, Proleter Zrenjanin
1990–91 NK Zagreb Vardar Skopje OFK Beograd Vardar Skopje, OFK Beograd, Sutjeska Nikšić, Pelister Bitola (FR Yugoslavia)
NK Zagreb, Šibenik, Cibalia Vinkovci, GOŠK Jug Dubrovnik [19] (Croatia) [20]
1991–92 Bečej Hajduk Kula Radnički Beograd [21]

See also

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Second League West Clubs Association

External sources

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References

  1. Champion of the regional champions
  2. Podgorica was known as Titograd
  3. today's FK Vojvodina
  4. NK Zagreb finished 13th but merged with top league Borac Zagreb thus taking Borac place in top league.
  5. current HNK Rijeka
  6. Today´s NK Osijek
  7. Later renamed to Olimpija
  8. Today´s NK Čelik
  9. Today´s Sutjeska Nikšić
  10. The town of Užice was known as Titovo Užice
  11. "NK Maribor: Zgodovina (sezona 1972/73)" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  12. "NK Maribor: Zgodovina (sezona 1973/74)" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  13. "NK Maribor: Zgodovina (sezona 1974/75)" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  14. "NK Maribor: Zgodovina (sezona 1976/77)" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  15. The town of Kosovska Mitrovica was known as Titova Mitrovica back then
  16. "NK Maribor: Zgodovina (sezona 1977/78)" (in Slovenian). NK Maribor official website. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  17. Today´s HNK Cibalia
  18. GOŠK Jug was founded in 1978 by the merging of two clubs GOŠK and Jug (former Dubrovnik). GOŠK 1919 is considered to be this clubs successor.
  19. Changed name into Dubrovnik 1919
  20. At the end of the 1990-91 season, the clubs from Croatia and Slovenia left the Yugoslav league system. Champions NK Zagreb along with the other representatives from Croatia, HNK Cibalia and GOŠK Jug Dubrovnik, became members of the newly established 1992 Prva HNL. Slovenia did not had any representatives that season in the Second League.
  21. FK Bečej, FK Hajduk Kula, FK Radnički Beograd, FK Mogren, OFK Kikinda, FK Priština and FK Napredak Kruševac getting the promotion to the 1992–93 First League of FR Yugoslavia, and FK Teteks and FK Balkan Skopje becoming members of the newly formed 1992–93 First Macedonian Football League. The clubs from the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, namely NK Čelik Zenica and FK Leotar left the Yugoslav League system, however any football competitions were not yet established by then in Bosnia.
  22. Doesn´t include seasons 1946-47, 1952 and 1952-53 as well as zone leagues 1955-56 to 1957-58, but includes season 1991-92.