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The 1989–90 Yugoslav First League season was the 44th season of the First Federal League (Serbo-Croatian: Prva savezna liga), the top level association football competition of SFR Yugoslavia, since its establishment in 1946.

Prva savezna liga Jugoslavije
Season1989–90
ChampionsRed Star
RelegatedVardar
European CupRed Star
European Cup Winners' CupHajduk Split
UEFA CupDinamo Zagreb
Partizan
Matches played306
Goals scored748 (2.44 per match)
Top goalscorerDarko Pančev (25)

Two points were awarded for a win, while in case of a draw - penalty kicks were taken and the winner of the shootout was awarded one point while the loser got nothing.

Red Star won the 17th title.

League tableEdit

Location of teams competing in the 1989-90 Yugoslav First League
Pos Team Pld W PW PL L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Red Star Belgrade (C) 34 24 3 2 5 79 29 +50 51 1990–91 European Cup
2 Dinamo Zagreb 34 16 8 3 7 53 25 +28 40 1990–91 UEFA Cup
3 Hajduk Split 34 18 2 1 13 50 35 +15 38
4 Partizan 34 18 1 3 12 51 42 +9 37 1990–91 UEFA Cup
5 Rad 34 16 4 2 12 41 31 +10 36
6 Rijeka 34 14 5 1 14 29 35 −6 33
7 Željezničar 34 14 4 2 14 37 40 −3 32
8 Olimpija 34 14 2 4 14 49 40 +9 30 1990 Intertoto Cup
9 Sloboda Tuzla 34 15 0 4 15 43 46 −3 30
10 Budućnost 34 13 3 5 13 30 35 −5 29 1990–91 Balkans Cup
11 Vojvodina 34 13 3 3 15 43 51 −8 29
12 Spartak Subotica 34 12 4 2 16 28 40 −12 28
13 Sarajevo 34 13 1 3 17 46 49 −3 27
14 Borac Banja Luka 34 12 3 4 15 28 40 −12 27
15 Radnički Niš 34 12 2 6 14 42 48 −6 26
16 Osijek 34 12 2 2 18 28 47 −19 26 1990 Intertoto Cup
17 Velež 34 11 3 3 17 38 51 −13 25 1990–91 Yugoslav Second League
18 Vardar (R) 34 8 1 1 24 33 64 −31 17
Source: rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Champions:

players (league matches/league goals):
  Darko Pančev (32/25)
  Dragan "Piksi" Stojković (31/10)
  Robert Prosinečki (31/5)
  Duško Radinović (29/2)
  Ilija Najdoski (29/1)
  Dragi Kanatlarovski (29/1)
  Stevan Stojanović (29/0) -goalkeeper-
  Slobodan Marović (27/2)
  Dejan Savićević (25/10)
  Vladan Lukić (25/10)
  Vlada Stošić (24/4)
  Mitar Mrkela (23/2)
  Goran Jurić (21/0)
  Zoran Vujović (15/0)
  Miodrag Belodedici (14/1) only played the second part of the season due to being suspended by UEFA for breach of contract with Steaua
  Miloš Drizić (11/1)
  Refik Šabanadžović (10/0)
  Zvonko Milojević (4/0) -goalkeeper-
  Slavoljub Janković (2/0)
  Zoran Pavlović (2/0)
  Zoran Dimitrijević (1/0)
  Ivan Adžić (1/0)
  Vladimir Jugović (1/0)

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