Odbojkaški klub Partizan (English: Volleyball club Partizan) commonly known as OK Partizan, is a volleyball club from Belgrade, Serbia. OK Partizan is a part of JSD Partizan. The club formed in 1946. In its history, Partizan won 11 national championships and 8 cups. The women club formed in 1950. In its history, it won 9 national championships, 2 cups and 2 supercups. The female team ceased to exist in 1972. but was re-established in 2013. One of the best volleyball players in the world, Ivan Miljković, started his professional career with OK Partizan.

Odbojkaški klub Partizan
Full nameOdbojkaški klub Partizan Beograd
Short nameOK Partizan
NicknameCrno-beli (The Black & Whites)
Parni valjak (The Steamroller)
Founded1946
GroundSport Center Šumice
(Capacity: 1,500)
ChairmanSerbia Željko Tanasković
ManagerSerbia Bojan Janić
CaptainSerbia Lazar Marinović
LeagueSerbian Volleyball League
Uniforms
Home
Away

Honours and achievementsEdit

MenEdit

  • Winners (1) : 2011.
  • Winners (10) : 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1967, 1973, 1978, 1990, 1991.
  • Yugoslav Volleyball Cup :
  • Winners (7) : 1950, 1961, 1964, 1971, 1974, 1989, 1990,
  • Serbian Volleyball Cup :
  • Winners (1) : 2022.

WomenEdit

  • Winners (8) : 1952, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1968.
  • Yugoslav Volleyball Cup :
  • Winners (2) : 1959, 1960.

First Team for 2021/2022 seasonEdit

Number Name Nationality
1 Aleksa Mandić ?
3 ignjat Dupuđ ?
6 Lazar Marinović ?
7 Filip Lekić ?
8 Nikola Petrović ?
9 Andrej Huzerjović ?
10 Milutin Nejić ?
11 Stefan Janković ?
12 Lazar Stašević ?
13 Aleksa Mladenović ?
14 Vidak Cvetković ?
15 Dušan Petrović ?
18 Novica Bjelica ?
22 Nathan Gregory Delguidice ?
44 Marko Nikolić ?

Coach : Bojan Janić   Serbia

Assistant Coach : Nenad Živanović

Notable former playersEdit

Notable former coachesEdit

  •   Dragomir Popović
  •   Ivan Trinaestić
  •   Mihajlo Marković
  •   Zlatko Kovačević
  •   Dragoljub Babić
  •   Dragoslav Sirotanović
  •   Drago Tomić
  •   Lazar Grozdanović
  •   Miroslav Vorgić
  •   Petar Stanišić
  •   Sava Grozdanović
  •   Marko Pavlović
  •   Nikola Matijašević
  •   Branko Draganić
  •   Ljubomir Aćimović
  •   Radoslav Karaklajić
  •   Slavoljub Marković
  •   Vladimir Bogojevski
  •   Jovan Vukalović
  •   Bogdan Sretenović
  •   Dragan Balandžić
  •   Goran Janošević
  •   Željko Bulatović
  •   Milan Žarković
  •   Dejan Vulićević
  •   Milan Đuričić
  •   Katarina Kamen Ivkovic

See alsoEdit

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