FK ČSK Čelarevo

Fudbalski Klub ČSK Pivara (Serbian Cyrillic: ЧСК Пивара) is a football club from Čelarevo, a village near Bačka Palanka, Serbia. It was founded in 1925 as ČOSK (Serbian: Čebski Omladinski Sportski Klub or ЧОСК, Чебски Омладински Спортски Клуб). The village of Čelarevo was called Čeb before World War II, hence the name.

ČSK Pivara
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Full nameFudbalski Klub ČSK Pivara
Nickname(s)Lavovi (The Lions)
Founded1925; 96 years ago (1925)
GroundStadion Pivare, Čelarevo
Capacity3,000
LeagueVojvodina League North
2018–19Serbian League Vojvodina, 13th (relegated)

HistoryEdit

In 1946, the club changed its name to Radnički Čelarevo until 1950 when the club was called SK Podunavlje. By the end of the year, the club had entered to the Championship of Novi Sad. They played there for two years. In 1952 they played in the Regional League of Novi Sad. In 1953 Podunavlje and another football club called Krajišnik joined together and formed ČSK. From 1964 to 1967, the club played in First League of Vojvodina (Yugoslav 4th tier). They again entered the league in 1969 and stayed there for three more seasons. For seventeen years they played in lower regional leagues but in 1989 they returned to the First League of Vojvodina. They stayed there for only one season but they got back after only one season in lower league. In 1993 club entered the Third League, called Serbian League North. It managed to enter to the Second League of FR Yugoslavia in 1998 and stayed there for four years. From 2002 to 2005 they played in Serbian League Vojvodina (which was before called North). In 2005 they got back in Second League, which is now called Serbian First League. Lav pivo (Lion beer) was the sponsor of ČSK and Pivara means Brewery. The club was formed in 1925. The club is associated with Pivara Čelarevo one of the most popular and well known beer companies in Serbia.

Current squadEdit

As of 14 February 2018[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
–– GK   SRB Miroslav Tankosić (captain)
–– GK   SRB Vladan Elesin
–– GK   GEO Artur Mkrtchyan
–– GK   SRB Vukašin Pilipović (on loan from Vojvodina)

–– DF   CMR Ibrahim Walidjo
–– DF   SRB Srđan Drašković (3rd captain)
–– DF   SRB Vukašin Jelić
–– DF   SRB Mladen Devetak (on loan from Vojvodina)
–– DF   SRB Miloš Vilotijević
–– DF   SRB Milivoje Mušikić
–– DF   SRB Filip Radović
–– DF   SRB Nikola Tekijaški
–– DF   MNE Milko Novaković
–– DF   SRB Josip Hadrava

–– MF   SRB Vladimir Stepanov
–– MF   SRB Marko Pantić (on loan from Spartak Subotica)
–– MF   SRB Milan Blagojević
No. Pos. Nation Player
–– MF   BIH Darko Jović (on loan from Vojvodina)
–– MF   SRB Stefan Petrović
–– MF   SRB Zoran Rakić
–– MF   SRB Slobodan Krstanović (vice-captain)
–– MF   SRB Zoran Karać
–– MF   SRB Nemanja Nikić
–– MF   SRB Aleksandar Stanić
–– MF   SRB Nikola Trifković
–– MF   SRB Uroš Radovanović
–– MF   SRB Luka Sinđić (on loan from Vojvodina)

–– FW   SRB Georgije Ilić
–– FW   SRB Pavle Šljivančanin
–– FW   SRB Miloš Zličić (on loan from Vojvodina)
–– FW   SRB Kristijan Živković (on loan from Vojvodina)
–– FW   RUS Aleksei Zolotarenko

––   SRB Uroš Ivetić
––   SRB Luka Latković

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   SRB Ivan Nemet (at Hercegovac Gajdobra until the end of the season)
DF   SRB Petar Škorić (at Hercegovac Gajdobra until the end of the season)
No. Pos. Nation Player
  SRB Srđan Mirković (at Proleter Ravno Selo until the end of the season)
  SRB Jovan Damnjanović (at Budućnost Gložan until the end of the season)

For recent transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers winter 2017–18. For summer transfers, see List of Serbian football transfers summer 2017.

Former playersEdit

For a list of all current and former players with a Wikipedia article, please see: Category:FK ČSK Čelarevo players.

StadiumEdit

Stadium FK ČSK Pivara holds 3,000 people.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ČSK Pivara". srbijasport.net. Retrieved 30 January 2018.

External linksEdit