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1998–99 First League of FR Yugoslavia

The 1998–99 First League of FR Yugoslavia was the seventh season of the FR Yugoslavia's top-level football league since its establishment. It was contested by 18 teams, and Partizan won the championship (declared on 12 June 1999).

First League of FR Yugoslavia
Season1998–99
ChampionsPartizan
16th domestic title
Relegatednone
Champions LeaguePartizan
UEFA CupRed Star
Vojvodina
Matches played216
Goals scored616 (2.85 per match)
Top goalscorerDejan Osmanović (16)
97-98
99-00

The championship was stopped on 14 May 1999, because of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, after 24 rounds.

Contents

TeamsEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Partizan (C) 24 21 3 0 59 11 +48 66 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round
2 Obilić 24 20 4 0 61 9 +52 64 Excluded from European competitions[a]
3 Red Star Belgrade 24 15 6 3 54 18 +36 51 1999–2000 UEFA Cup Qualifying round[a]
4 Vojvodina 24 13 3 8 45 22 +23 42
5 Rad 24 11 7 6 26 26 0 40
6 Proleter Zrenjanin 24 10 5 9 29 29 0 35
7 Hajduk Kula 24 9 5 10 27 28 −1 32
8 OFK Beograd 24 8 7 9 35 39 −4 31
9 Sartid 24 7 9 8 24 27 −3 30
10 Radnički Kragujevac 24 9 3 12 33 43 −10 30
11 Milicionar 24 8 5 11 39 39 0 29
12 Zemun 24 9 1 14 30 47 −17 28
13 Železnik 24 7 5 12 29 43 −14 26
14 Budućnost Podgorica 24 7 5 12 28 42 −14 26
15 Mogren 24 4 8 12 18 42 −24 20
16 Radnički Niš 24 4 7 13 21 44 −23 19
17 Priština 24 5 3 16 25 49 −24 18 Withdrew from the league[b]
18 Spartak Subotica 24 6 0 18 33 58 −25 18
Source: RSSSF.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Obilić was excluded from the UEFA competitions because was the club owner Arkan charged with war crimes. Their place was given to Vojvodina.[1]
  2. ^ Priština was withdrew from the FR Yugoslavia football league system due to the situation in Kosovo, then was moved to the Kosovo football league system.

ChampionsEdit

Top goalscorersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "No Champions League spot for Wisla Krakow". Reuters. 15 June 1999. Retrieved 5 July 2016.
  2. ^ Partizan official website

External linksEdit