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The Eternal Derby (Serbian: Вечити дерби / Večiti derbi), also called the Derby of Southeast Europe[1] and Belgrade derby (Serbian: Београдски дерби / Beogradski derbi), is the local derby in Belgrade, Serbia, between fierce city rivals Red Star Belgrade and Partizan Belgrade, two of the biggest and most popular sports societies in Serbia. The rivalry is present in a number of different sports but the most intense matches are between football, basketball and handball sections of both multi-sport clubs. It started immediately after the creation of the two clubs in 1945 and the two clubs have been dominant in domestic football since then.

Eternal derby
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Teams lining up in November 2009
Other names Belgrade derby
Locale Belgrade, Serbia
Teams Red Star & Partizan
First meeting 5 January 1947
Latest meeting Red Star 0–0 Partizan
2017–18 Serbian SuperLiga
(27 August 2017)
Next meeting TBA
Statistics
Meetings total Total: 243
Official: 154
All-time series

Official:

Largest victory Red Star 1–7 Partizan
1953–54 Yugoslav First League
(6 December 1953)

According to a 2007 survey, Red Star and Partizan are the most popular clubs in Serbia.[2] They also have many supporters in the other former Yugoslav republics and in the Serbian diaspora.

In September 2009, the Daily Mail ranked the Eternal Belgrade derby 4th among the 10 greatest football rivalries of all time.[3] The highest attendance for a Red Star–Partizan match was about 108,000 spectators at the Red Star Stadium.

Contents

HistoryEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Red Star
vs
 
 
 
 
 
 
Partizan

Both Red Star and Partizan originate in political institutions of the post-World War II Communist Yugoslavia. Red Star was formed on 4 March 1945 by "United alliance of anti-fascist Youth", part of the new civil authority in Yugoslavia. A few months later, on 4 October 1945, Partizan was founded as the sports association of the Yugoslav People's Army. The first match between these football sections was played on 5 January 1947. Red Star won 4–3 and an intense rivalry has existed ever since. Partizan got its first win in the next derby. On 27 April 1947 Partizan won 1–0.

The derby replaced the pre-World War II rivalry between BSK Belgrade and SK Jugoslavija.[4] SK Jugoslavija was disbanded in 1945 and most of its property was attributed to the newly formed Red Star. BSK continued existing although changed its name a number of times being known since 1957 as OFK Beograd, and has lost its strength and its place in the derby to Partizan. Although OFK Beograd was successful, both Red Star and Partizan quickly overtook it in popularity.

Over time, from the purely athletic competition for the Yugoslavian Championship became a kind of power struggle between the Interior ministry and the Ministry of Defence.[citation needed] The two clubs were dominant in the post-1945 Yugoslav First League, with Red Star having won 19, and Partizan having won 11 Yugoslav championships. The clashes of these two against Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb, the third and fourth respectively in number of national titles, were similarly intense. The four clubs were known as the big 4. After the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1992, the Belgrade derby further intensified, the two clubs having since then won all national titles except one, with Partizan winning a further 16 and Red Star winning 8 by 2017.

SupportersEdit

An important aspect of the Belgrade derby are the fans. Both sides prepare intensely between the matches, make large flags and special messages that are appropriate for that particular occasion, to be usually directed towards the opposing side.

DelijeEdit

 
Red Star fans traditionally occupy the northern stands of both stadiums

Supporters of the various Red Star sports teams are known as Delije (Serbian Cyrillic: Делије, roughly translated to English as Heroes). The word Delije is plural of delija, a word of Turkish origin (deli) that entered the Serbian language during the Ottoman period, meaning brave, strong or handsome young man. The name Delije first began to be used by hardcore Red Star supporters during the late 1980s, with official inauguration taking place on 7 January 1989. Up to that point, the die-hard Red Star fans were scattered amongst 7–8 fan groups that shared the north stand at the Red Star Stadium (known colloquially as Marakana), most prominent of which were Red Devils, Zulu Warriors, and Ultras. As a sign of appreciation the club direction allowed the word Delije in block letters to be written across their stadium's north stand – the gathering point of the club's most loyal and passionate fans. They are also called Cigani (English: Gypsies) by their arch rivals Grobari, fans of Partizan. Although Delije generally consider the name Cigani to be insulting, they occasionally use this name in their own songs and chants. By 2010, Delije consist of four larger groups: Belgrade Boys, Ultra Boys, Heroes, and Brigate.

 
Partizan fans traditionally occupy the southern stands of both stadiums

GrobariEdit

Partizan's supporters, known as Grobari (Serbian Cyrillic: Гробари, Gravediggers or Undertakers), were formed in 1970. The origin of the nickname itself is uncertain, but an accepted theory is that it was given by their biggest rivals, the Red Star fans, referring to club's mostly black colours which were similar to the uniforms of cemetery undertakers. The other theory says that the name arrives from the Partizan's stadium street name, Humska (humka meaning "grave mound"), in actuality named after medieval land of Hum. The first groups of organized Partizan supporters began to visit the JNA stadium in the late 1950s. Partizan's participation in the 1966 European Cup Final attracted much more fans to the stadium and it is considered to be the point when the organized fans moved to the south stand of the stadium, where they gather to this day. During the 1970s the Grobari started bringing fan equipment to the stadiums such as supporting scarves, signs, banners and flares. By the 1980s the Grobari were one of the four main fan groups in SFR Yugoslavia and began touring all Partizan's matches across the country and Europe. Because of their expressed hooliganism toward other clubs' supporters in those times, fans who represented the core of the Grobari firm were often called among themselves "Riot Squad". They were best known for their English style of supporting, which was mainly based on loud and continuous singing. By 2010, the Grobari consisted of three large groups: Grobari 1970, Zabranjeni and Južni Front.

StadiumsEdit

When Red Star Belgrade is the host, the derby is played at Rajko Mitić Stadium. Colloquially known as Marakana after the famous Brazilian stadium, it was opened in 1963. Its capacity is 55,000 spectators[5] (100,000 before UEFA regulations), the highest in the country. Red Star Stadium was the host of UEFA Euro 1976 Final, 1973 European Cup Final and 1979 UEFA Cup Final. The Delije often call it "Mara" for short, while Grobari use the insulting name "Rupa" ("The Hole").

When the host is Partizan, the derby is played at Partizan Stadium, formerly known as JNA Stadium which is still its common name. It was opened in 1949. Its capacity is 32,710 spectators[6] (55,000 before UEFA regulations). Partizan fans call it Fudbalski Hram (English: "Temple of the Football"). Both stadiums are located 1 kilometre away from each other in the Autokomanda neighborhood of Belgrade.

RecordsEdit

Attendance Single game Players

Clubs

  • Most consecutive league victories: 20, Red Star during 2015–16 season
  • Most consecutive league games without defeat (undefeated run): 31, Red Star during 2015–16 season (counting playoffs)

Season

  • Most points won in a single season: 82, Red Star during 2015–16 season (regular season not counting playoffs)
  • Most team goals in a single season: 82, Red Star during 2015–16 season (regular season not counting playoffs)
  • The best goal difference in a single season: +63, Red Star during 2015–16 season (regular season not counting playoffs)
  • Longest played Eternal derby: 99 min during 2015–16 season
  • Most points difference in a single season: 32 points. After 24 played rounds Red Star had 68 points with the first place in the league while Partizan had 36 points placing them 6th in the league during 2015–16 season

Attendance

  • Highest single game attendance: 59 derby 1976. 102 000 spectators.

Player recordsEdit

Players with most goals in Serbian derby
No. Name goals team
1 Marko Valok 13 Partizan
2 Bora Kostić 9 Red Star
3 Dragan Džajić 9 Red Star
4 Milan Galić 8 Partizan
5 Kosta Tomašević 8 Red Star
Players with most appearances in Serbian derby
No. Name appearances team
1 Saša Ilić 29 Partizan
2 Momčilo Vukotić 25 Partizan
3 Bora Kostić 23 Red Star
4 Dragan Džajić 21 Red Star

Head-to-head ranking in Yugoslav First League (1947–1992)Edit

P. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92
1st 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2nd 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3rd 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
4th 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
5th 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
6th 6 6 6 6 6
7th 7
8th 8
11th 11
13th 13
15th 15

Head-to-head ranking in First League of Serbia and Montenegro and Serbian SuperLiga (1992–present)Edit

P. 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1st 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2nd 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3rd 3 3 3

StatisticsEdit

Head to head resultsEdit

Until today 155 derby games were played in the domestic league.

Until 1963–64 season all derby matches were played at Partizan Stadium.

Red Star
wins
Draws Partizan
wins
Goal
difference
at Red Star Stadium
38
24
16
124:86
at Partizan Stadium
24
23
30
97:102
Total
62
47
46
220:189

Last ten matchesEdit

Competition Host Guest Date Result
Serbian SuperLiga 2013/14. Partizan Red Star 26 April 2014
2:1
Serbian SuperLiga 2014/15. Partizan Red Star 18 October 2014
1:0
Serbian SuperLiga 2014/15. Red Star Partizan 25 April 2015
0:0
Serbian SuperLiga 2015/16. Red Star Partizan 12 September 2015
3:1
Serbian SuperLiga 2015/16. Partizan Red Star 27 February 2016
1:2
Serbian SuperLiga 2015/16. Red Star Partizan 16 April 2016
1:1
Serbian SuperLiga 2016/17. Partizan Red Star 17 September 2016
1:0
Serbian SuperLiga 2016/17. Red Star Partizan 4 March 2017
1:1
Serbian SuperLiga 2016/17. Red Star Partizan 18 April 2017
1:3
Serbian Cup 2016/17. Partizan Red Star 27 May 2017
1:0
Serbian SuperLiga 2017/18. Red Star Partizan 27 August 2017
0:0

Players who have played for both clubs (senior career)Edit

Transfers between two clubs (players)Edit

Transfers between two clubs (coaches)Edit

Players who played for one club in youth career and for rival club in senior careerEdit

  • Dušan Krajčinović (youth career Red Star, senior career Partizan)
  • Dragoljub Živković (youth career Partizan, Red Star, senior career Red Star, Rad)
  • Nenad Stavrić (youth career Red Star, senior career Majdanpek, Partizan, Pelister, Radnički Niš, Rad, Radnički Beograd, Olympiakos Nicosia)
  • Nikola Marjanović (youth career Red Star, senior career Galenika, Rijeka, Partizan, Vojvodina, Degerforš)
  • Petar Puača (youth career with both Red Star and Partizan, senior career with Red Star)
  • Miroslav Čermelj (youth career Red Star, senior career Obilić, Partizan, Pumas UNAM, Extremadura, Atlas, Puebla, Beijing Guoan, Čukarički, Rudar Pljevlja)
  • Dragan Stevanović (youth career Partizan, senior career Voždovac, Rad, Wolfsburg, St.Pauli, again Rad, Red Star)
  • Saša Radivojević (youth career Partizan, senior career Radnički Beograd, Zeta, Pegah Gilan, Apollon Kalamarias, Red Star)
  • Goran Adamović (youth career with both Red Star and Partizan, senior career BSK Borča, Red Star, Budućnost)
  • Žarko Lazetić (youth career Red Star, senior career Obilić, Smederevo, Beograd, Bežanija, Partizan)
  • Goran Gavrančić (youth career Red Star, senior career Čukarički, Dynamo Kyiv, PAOK Thessaloniki, Partizan)
  • Jovan Krneta (youth career Partizan, senior career Teleoptik, Sopot, Red Star)
  • Ljubo Nenadić (youth career Partizan, senior career Teleoptik, Grafičar, Radnički Kragujevac, Metalac, again Radnički Kragujevac, Red Star)
  • Aleksandar Pantić (youth career Partizan, senior career Rad, Red Star)
  • Milan Jokić (youth career Partizan, senior career Red Star)
  • Novak Martinović (youth career Partizan, senior career Rad, BSK Borča, OFK Beograd, Smederevo, Panduri, Steaua, Wuhan, Red Star)
  • Filip Kljajić (youth career Red Star, senior career Hajduk Beograd, Šumadija Jagnjilo, Metalac, Rad, Partizan)
  • Nikola Antić (youth career Partizan, senior career Rad, Palić, again Rad, Red Star)
  • Zoran Rendulić (youth career Partizan, senior career Remont Čačak, Borac Čačak, Ried, Grenoble, Javor Ivanjica, Pohang Steelers, Shenyang Shenbei, Čukarički, Red Star)
  • Marko Jovičić (youth career Red Star, Rad, Partizan, senior career Žarkovo, Teleoptik, Partizan)
  • Stefan Milošević (youth career Red Star, Partizan, senior career Spartak Subotica, Red Star)
  • Nemanja G. Miletić (youth career Red Star, senior career Sopot, Radnički Stobex, again Sopot, again Radnički Stobex, Mačva Šabac, Javor Ivanjica, Partizan)
  • Stefan Ilić (youth career Red Star, Partizan, senior career Spartak Subotica, Red Star)
  • Uroš Đurđević (youth career Red Star, senior career Rad, Vitesse, Palermo, Partizan)
  • Aleksandar Pešić (youth career Partizan, senior career Radnički Niš, OFI Crete, Sheriff Tiraspol, Jagodina, Toulouse, Atalanta, Red Star)
  • Nemanja Radonjić (youth career Partizan, senior career Viitorul Constanta, Roma, Empoli, again Roma, Čukarički, Red Star)

Played for one club and coached the rival clubEdit

  • Petar Ćosić (senior career Red Star, Izmir as player, Crvenka, Budućnost Valjevo, BASK Beograd, national team of Jordan, young national selection of Yugoslavia, young selection of Partizan, Teleoptik as coach)
  • Ratko Dostanić (youth career Partizan as player, through Obilić, Smederevo, Slavia Sofia, Red Star, again Slavia Sofia, OFK Belgrade, Bežanija, Veria, Dalian, Vardar, Srem, Levski Sofia, again Red Star as coach)

Players who have played for both clubs (youth career)Edit

Players who have played in Eternal derby for both clubs (league and cup matches)Edit

Players who have scored in Eternal derby for both clubs (championship and cup matches)Edit

Coaches who worked at both clubsEdit

List of all Eternal derby football matchesEdit

Nbr Date Home Result Away Partizan Scorers Red Star Scorers
1 5 January 1947 Partizan 3–4 Red Star Đajić (o.g.), Kašanin (o.g.), Bobek Jezerkić (3), Đajić
2 27 April 1947 Red Star 0–1 Partizan Stanković (o.g.)
3 5 October 1947 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
4 27 April 1948 Partizan 1–0 Red Star
5 7 November 1948 Partizan 1–0 Red Star
6 1 May 1949 Red Star 2–2 Partizan
7 19 March 1950 Red Star 3–1 Partizan
8 17 September 1950 Partizan 2–1 Red Star
9 17 June 1951 Partizan 6–1 Red Star
10 4 November 1951 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
11 23 November 1952 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
12 31 May 1953 Partizan 2–4 Red Star
13 6 December 1953 Partizan 7–1 Red Star
14 5 May 1954 Red Star 0–2 Partizan
15 21 November 1954 Red Star 2–1 Partizan
16 8 June 1955 Partizan 1–4 Red Star
17 11 September 1955 Partizan 0–1 Red Star
18 18 March 1956 Red Star 1–3 Partizan
19 14 October 1956 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
20 2 June 1957 Partizan 1–0 Red Star
21 15 August 1957 Red Star 2–2 Partizan
22 2 March 1958 Red Star 2–2 Partizan
23 26 October 1958 Partizan 0–2 Red Star
24 10 May 1959. Red Star 1–3 Partizan
25 25 September 1959. Partizan 0–3 Red Star
26 17 April 1960 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
27 30 October 1960 Partizan 3–0 Red Star
28 16 April 1961 Red Star 3–2 Partizan
29 1 October 1961 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
30 8 April 1962 Partizan 1–1 Red Star
31 18 October 1962 Partizan 5–0 Red Star
32 28 April 1963 Partizan 1–2 Red Star
33 17 November 1963 Red Star 1–0 Partizan
34 3 May 1964 Partizan 0–2 Red Star
35 16 August 1964 Red Star 2–2 Partizan
36 7 March 1965 Partizan 1–2 Red Star
37 5 December 1965 Partizan 1–2 Red Star
38 5 June 1966 Red Star 2–1 Partizan
39 11 September 1966 Partizan 1–1 Red Star
40 26 March 1967 Red Star 3–2 Partizan
41 22 October 1967 Partizan 1–0 Red Star
42 12 May 1968 Red Star 2–2 Partizan
43 17 November 1968 Red Star 6–1 Partizan
44 15 June 1969 Partizan 2–2 Red Star
45 23 November 1969 Partizan 1–3 Red Star
46 7 June 1970 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
47 15 November 1970 Red Star 1–2 Partizan
48 6 June 1971 Partizan 0–2 Red Star
49 24 October 1971 Partizan 0–1 Red Star
50 7 May 1972 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
51 22 October 1972 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
52 2 May 1973 Partizan 1–1 Red Star
53 8 September 1973 Red Star 1–0 Partizan
54 17 March 1974 Partizan 2–1 Red Star
55 27 October 1974 Red Star 3–1 Partizan
56 18 May 1975 Partizan 1–1 Red Star
57 7 September 1975 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
58 28 March 1976 Partizan 1–4 Red Star
59 7 November 1976 Red Star 1–0 Partizan
60 22 May 1977 Partizan 2–1 Red Star
61 23 October 1977 Red Star 1–3 Partizan
62 7 May 1978 Partizan 3–2 Red Star
63 29 November 1978. Partizan 1–3 Red Star
64 10 June 1979 Red Star 3–0 Partizan
65 18 November 1979 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
66 22 June 1980 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
67 7 December 1980 Partizan 3–1 Red Star
68 14 June 1981 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
69 18 November 1981 Red Star 1–0 Partizan
70 14 April 1982 Partizan 1–4 Red Star
71 7 November 1982 Red Star 1–1 Partizan
72 4 June 1983 Partizan 3–2 Red Star
73 23 October 1983 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
74 6 May 1984 Red Star 0–0 Partizan
75 11 November 1984 Partizan 2–1 Red Star
76 19 May 1985 Red Star 2–0 Partizan
77 21 August 1985 Partizan 1–1 Red Star
78 15 March 1986 Red Star 2–1 Partizan Čapljić Nikolić, Musemić
79 12 October 1986 Partizan 2–0 Red Star Smajić, Djurovski
80 19 April 1987 Red Star 3–1 Partizan Djurovski Musemić, Cvetković (2)
81 6 September 1987 Partizan 2–3 Red Star Stevanović, Vučićević Stojković, Cvetković (2)
82 3 April 1988 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Đukić Binić
83 9 October 1988 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Brnović
84 3 May 1989 Red Star 3–1 Partizan Šćepović Prosinečki, Jurić, Stošić
85 17 September 1989 Red Star 1–0 Partizan Lukić
86 16 March 1990 Partizan 0–2 Red Star Pančev, Prosinečki
87 13 October 1990 Partizan 1–1 Red Star Vujačić Savićević
88 27 April 1991 Red Star 3–1 Partizan Mijatović Najdoski, Prosinečki, Jugović
89 13 October 1991 Partizan 2–2 Red Star Novak, Mijatović Pančev, Mihajlović
90 22 March 1992 Red Star 0–0 Partizan
91 2 October 1992 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Mijatović Lukić
92 10 April 1993 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Mijatović
93 26 September 1993 Partizan 0–2 Red Star Ivić, Petković
94 28 November 1993 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Brnović Petković
95 27 February 1994 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Brnović
96 30 April 1994 Red Star 3–2 Partizan Milošević, Ćirić Vidaković, Ivić (2)
97 24 September 1994 Partizan 1–1 Red Star Ćirić Kovačević
98 26 November 1994 Red Star 3–2 Partizan Đurić, Ćirić Krupniković, Stanković, Petković
99 18 March 1995 Partizan 2–2 Red Star Čakar, Saveljić Krupniković, Adžić
100 6 May 1995 Red Star 2–1 Partizan Bjeković Kovačević, Stojkovski
101 16 September 1995 Red Star 0–1 Partizan Tešović
102 26 November 1995 Partizan 1–1 Red Star Beširović Stefanović
103 10 March 1996 Red Star 2–3 Partizan Pažin, Nađ, Čakar Krupniković, Pantelić
104 27 April 1996 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
105 21 September 1996 Red Star 1–3 Partizan Hristov, Saveljić, Svetličić Mićić
106 8 March 1997 Partizan 3–0 Red Star Saveljić, Čakar, Tomić
107 16 April 1997 Partizan 2–1 Red Star Hristov, Ćirić Stanković
108 27 September 1997 Red Star 2–0 Partizan Ognjenović (2)
109 21 February 1998 Partizan 1–2 Red Star Isailović Kristić, Stanković
110 8 April 1998 Red Star 4–0 Partizan Stanković (2), Ognjenović, Gojković
111 20 September 1998 Partizan 2–1 Red Star Tomić, Kežman Ljubojević
112 20 March 1999 Red Star 2–2 Partizan Kežman, Ilić Pjanović, Gojković
113 30 October 1999 Partizan 2–0 Red Star Ilić, Kežman
114 2 April 2000 Red Star 2–1 Partizan Kežman Pjanović, Savić (o.g.)
115 7 March 2001 Red Star 2–0 Partizan Pjanović, Lalatović
116 14 April 2001 Partizan 2–1 Red Star Ilić, Iliev Drulić
117 3 November 2001 Red Star 0–0 Partizan
118 21 April 2002 Partizan 0–3 Red Star Vidić, Bogavac, Milovanović
119 19 October 2002 Partizan 2–2 Red Star Iliev, Ilić Bošković, Pjanović
120 20 April 2003 Red Star 2–0 Partizan Bošković, Bogavac
121 8 November 2003 Red Star 3–0 Partizan Žigić (2), Perović
122 17 April 2004 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
123 16 October 2004 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
124 23 April 2005 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Đorđević Pantelić
125 15 October 2005 Red Star 2–0 Partizan Luković, Perović
126 1 April 2006 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
127 23 September 2006 Partizan 0–0 Red Star
128 24 February 2007 Red Star 2–4 Partizan Mihajlov, Bajić, Marinković, Lazetić Castillo, Burzanović
129 11 April 2007 Red Star 1–0 Partizan Purović
130 5 May 2007 Partizan 1–2 Red Star Rukavina Burzanović, Milijaš
131 29 September 2007 Partizan 2–2 Red Star Jovetić, Moreira Koroman (2)
132 1 March 2008 Red Star 4–1 Partizan Lazić Milovanović, Castillo (2), Milijaš
133 5 April 2008 Partizan 1–1 Red Star Juca Burzanović
134 5 October 2008 Red Star 0–2 Partizan Diarra, Juca
135 28 February 2009 Partizan 1–1 Red Star Moreira Tutorić
136 8 April 2009 Partizan 2–0 Red Star Diarra, Vujović
137 28 November 2009 Red Star 1–2 Partizan Diarra, Cléo Knežević (o.g.)
138 8 May 2010 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Petrović
139 23 October 2010 Red Star 0–1 Partizan Moreira
140 23 April 2011 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Tagoe
141 26 November 2011 Red Star 0–2 Partizan Vukić, Šćepović
142 5 May 2012 Partizan 0–1 Red Star Cadú
143 17 November 2012 Red Star 3–2 Partizan Mitrović, Jovanović (o.g.) Kasalica, Milivojević, Milijaš
144 18 May 2013 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Jojić
145 2 November 2013 Red Star 1–0 Partizan Obradović (o.g.)
146 26 April 2014 Partizan 2–1 Red Star Drinčić, Kojić Mrđa
147 18 October 2014 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Drinčić
148 25 April 2015 Red Star 0–0 Partizan
149 12 September 2015 Red Star 3–1 Partizan Stevanović Vieira (2), Katai
150 27 February 2016 Partizan 1–2 Red Star Gogoua Ibáñez, Vieira
151 16 April 2016 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Everton Sikimić
152 17 September 2016 Partizan 1–0 Red Star Leonardo
153 4 March 2017 Red Star 1–1 Partizan Đurđević Kanga
154 18 April 2017 Red Star 1–3 Partizan Leonardo (2), Tawamba Boakye
155 27 August 2017 Red Star 0–0 Partizan

Basketball rivalryEdit

Eternal Belgrade derby
Other names Belgrade derby
Locale Belgrade, Serbia
Teams Partizan & Crvena zvezda
Statistics
Meetings total 257 (207 championship matches (141 + 66 Play-off), 16 cup matches and 34 ABA League matches)

KK Crvena zvezda was the winner of the European Cup Winner's Cup in 1974 and 3 regional ABA League. The club has also won 17 national championships and 9 national cups.

KK Partizan was the European champion in 1992. They also won 3 Radivoj Korać Cups and 6 regional ABA League. KK Partizan is the holder of 21 national championship titles. They have also won 13 national basketball cups and 1 triple crown in 1992.

Aleksandar Nikolić HallEdit

The Aleksandar Nikolić Hall is a sports arena in Belgrade located in the Belgrade's municipality of Palilula. The capacity of the arena is 5,878 seats.[7] It is home terrain for both rivals. During derbies Grobari are on the east stand of the hall while Delije are concentrated on the west stand. Recently, because of frequent violent clashes between two groups, the clubs have stopped selling derby match tickets.[citation needed]

StatisticsEdit

Competition Played PAR D CZ
Championship 141 73 5 63
Play-off 66 42 24
Cup 16 6 10
ABA League 34 19 15
Total 257 140 5 112
Played: Played matches
CZ: Crvena zvezda wins
PAR: Partizan wins
D: Draw

Players who have played for both clubs (senior career)Edit

Players who have played for one club in youth career and for rival club in senior careerEdit

Players who have played for both club in youth careerEdit

Played for one club and coached the rival clubEdit

Coaches who worked at both clubsEdit

Assistant coaches who worked at both clubsEdit

Coaches who worked at both clubs (youth career)Edit

National Trophies in Five Popular Team SportsEdit

Year Football Basketball Volleyball Handball Water Polo
Championship Cup Championship Cup Championship Cup Championship Cup Championship Cup
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1946 CZ (1) PAR (1)
1947 PAR (1) PAR (1) CZ (2) PAR (2)
1948 CZ (1) CZ (3)
1949 PAR (2) CZ (2) CZ (4) PAR (3)
1950 CZ (3) CZ (5) PAR (4) PAR (1)
1951 CZ (1) CZ (6) CZ (1)
1952 PAR (2) CZ (7)
1953 CZ (2) CZ (8) PAR (5)
1954 PAR (3) CZ (9) CZ (2)
1955 CZ (10) CZ (1)
1956 CZ (3) CZ (3) CZ (2) CZ (1)
1957 CZ (4) PAR (4) CZ (4)
1958 CZ (4)
1959 CZ (5) CZ (5) PAR (1)
1960 CZ (6) CZ (1)
1961 PAR (3) PAR (2)
1962 PAR (4)
1963 PAR (5) PAR (1)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1964 CZ (7) CZ (6) PAR (3) PAR (2)
1965 PAR (6) PAR (3)
1966 PAR (2) PAR (4)
1967 PAR (6)
1968 CZ (8) CZ (7) PAR (5)
1969 CZ (9) CZ (11)
1970 CZ (10) CZ (8) PAR (6)
1971 CZ (9) CZ (1) PAR (4) PAR (3)
1972 CZ (12) CZ (2) CZ (7)
1973 CZ (11) CZ (2) PAR (7) CZ (3) PAR (8) PAR (1)
1974 CZ (5) PAR (5) PAR (9) PAR (2)
1975 CZ (3) CZ (4) PAR (10) PAR (3)
1976 PAR (7) PAR (1) PAR (11) PAR (4)
1977 CZ (12) PAR (12)
1978 PAR (8) PAR (8) PAR (13) PAR (5)
1979 PAR (2) PAR (1) PAR (14) PAR (6)
1980 CZ (13)
1981 CZ (14) PAR (3)
1982 CZ (10) PAR (7)
1983 PAR (9)
1984 CZ (15) PAR (15)
1985 CZ (11) PAR (8)
1986 PAR (10)
1987 PAR (11) PAR (4) PAR (16) PAR (9)
1988 CZ (16) PAR (17) PAR (10)
1989 PAR (5) PAR (2) PAR (6)
1990 CZ (17) CZ (12) PAR (9) PAR (7) PAR (11)
1991 CZ (18) PAR (10) CZ (5) PAR (12)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1992 CZ (19) PAR (6) PAR (5) PAR (3) CZ (1) PAR (13)
1993 PAR (12) CZ (13) CZ (13) CZ (6) PAR (1) PAR (4) CZ (2) PAR (14)
1994 PAR (13) PAR (7) CZ (14) PAR (4) PAR (2) PAR (5) PAR (15)
1995 CZ (20) CZ (14) PAR (6) PAR (5) PAR (3) CZ (2) PAR (18) PAR (16)
1996 PAR (14) CZ (15) PAR (7) CZ (3) CZ (3)
1997 PAR (15) CZ (16) PAR (8) CZ (7) CZ (4)
1998 PAR (8) CZ (15) CZ (5) PAR (6)
1999 PAR (16) CZ (17) PAR (6) CZ (8) PAR (4)
2000 CZ (21) CZ (18) PAR (7)
2001 CZ (22) PAR (9) PAR (7)
2002 PAR (17) CZ (19) PAR (9) PAR (8) PAR (5) PAR (19) PAR (17)
2003 PAR (18) PAR (10) CZ (6) PAR (6)
Serbia and Montenegro
2004 CZ (23) CZ (20) PAR (11) CZ (4) CZ (6) CZ (4)
2005 PAR (19) PAR (12)
2006 CZ (24) CZ (21) PAR (13) CZ (5) CZ (7)
Serbia
2007 CZ (25) CZ (22) PAR (14) CZ (8) PAR (8) PAR (20) PAR (18)
2008 PAR (20) PAR (10) PAR (15) PAR (9) CZ (7) CZ (9) PAR (9) PAR (21) PAR (19)
2009 PAR (21) PAR (11) PAR (16) PAR (10) CZ (9) PAR (7) PAR (22) PAR (20)
2010 PAR (22) CZ (23) PAR (17) PAR (11) PAR (23) PAR (21)
2011 PAR (23) PAR (12) PAR (18) PAR (12) PAR (11) CZ (10) PAR (8) PAR (24) PAR (22)
2012 PAR (24) CZ (24) PAR (19) PAR (13) CZ (8) PAR (9) PAR (10) PAR (25) PAR (23)
2013 PAR (25) PAR (20) CZ (6) CZ (9) CZ (11) PAR (11) CZ (3) CZ (1)
2014 CZ (26) PAR (21) CZ (7) CZ (10) CZ (12) CZ (4) CZ (2)
2015 PAR (26) CZ (16) CZ (8) CZ (11) PAR (26)
2016 CZ (27) PAR (13) CZ (17) CZ (12) CZ (13) PAR (27) PAR (24)
2017 PAR (27) PAR (14) CZ (18) CZ (9) CZ (5) PAR (28) PAR (25)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Da nema Rumuna, Srbi bi bili gospodari regiona" (in Serbian). The Sportal. 14 January 2013. Archived from the original on 31 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "Pola Srbije za Crvenu zvezdu!" (in Serbian). Večernje Novosti. 27 February 2008. Retrieved 2010-12-06. 
  3. ^ THE LIST: The greatest rivalries in club football, Nos 10–1
  4. ^ Bojanic, Zivko (2007). BSK – Jugoslavija the first eternal derby. ISBN 9788685627071. Retrieved 12 March 2011. 
  5. ^ Stadion at Red Star official website.
  6. ^ Stadion at Partizan official website.
  7. ^ http://www.tasmajdan.rs/hala-aleksandar-nikolic

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