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1960–61 Yugoslav First League

Prva savezna liga
Season 1960–61
Champions Partizan (3rd title)
Relegated RNK Split
Radnički Belgrade
European Cup Partizan
Cup Winners' Cup Vardar
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Red Star
Dinamo Zagreb
Vojvodina
Top goalscorer Zoran Prljinčević
Todor Veselinović
(16 goals each)
1959–60
1961–62

The 1960–61 Yugoslav First League season was won by FK Partizan, which was the club's third title and its first in twelve years. The season was also a coming-out party of sorts for the club's talented new generation of young players known as "Partizan's babies" that would dominate Yugoslav football for the next few years and would even go on to make it to the 1966 European Cup final.

Contents

  • Teams 1
  • League table 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Teams

At the end of the previous season Budućnost and Sloboda were relegated. They were replaced by Vardar and RNK Split.

Team Location Federal Republic Position
in 1959–60
Dinamo Zagreb Zagreb  SR Croatia 0022nd
Hajduk Split Split  SR Croatia 0055th
OFK Belgrade Belgrade  SR Serbia 0077th
Partizan Belgrade  SR Serbia 0033rd
Radnički Belgrade Belgrade  SR Serbia 0099th
Red Star Belgrade  SR Serbia 0011st
Rijeka Rijeka  SR Croatia 0088th
Sarajevo Sarajevo  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 0066th
RNK Split Split  SR Croatia N/A
Vardar Skopje  SR Macedonia N/A
Velež Mostar  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina 01010th
Vojvodina Novi Sad  SR Serbia 0044th

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Partizan (C) 22 15 2 5 53 23 +30 32 1961–62 European Cup
2 Red Star 22 13 5 4 38 21 +17 31 1961–62 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
3 Hajduk Split 22 13 4 5 32 22 +10 30
4 Dinamo Zagreb 22 10 7 5 36 27 +9 27 1961–62 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
5 Vojvodina 22 10 3 9 32 29 +3 23
6 OFK Belgrade 22 8 7 7 30 30 0 23
7 Rijeka 22 10 2 10 32 36 −4 22
8 Sarajevo 22 6 6 10 33 39 −6 18 1961-63 Balkans Cup
9 Velež 22 5 7 10 27 39 −12 17
10 Vardar 22 6 5 11 21 36 −15 17 01961–62 European Cup Winners' Cup0
11 RNK Split (R) 22 5 6 11 29 38 −9 16 01961–62 Yugoslav Second League0
12 Radnički Beograd (R) 22 4 0 18 33 58 −25 8

Source: rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C)=Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q)=Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

CHAMPIONS: FK Partizan (head coach: Stjepan Bobek)

player (league matches/league goals)
Tomislav Kaloperović (22/7)
Milutin Šoškić (22/0) (goalkeeper)
Velibor Vasović (22/1)
Fahrudin Jusufi (22/0)
Milan Galić (21/14)
Milan Vukelić (20/8)
Joakim Vislavski (20/5)
Vladica Kovačević (18/4)
Lazar Radović (17/3)
Jovan Miladinović (16/2)
Branislav Mihajlović (12/5)
Aleksandar Jončić (11/0)
Velimir Sombolac (9/0)
Bora Milutinović (6/2)
Bruno Belin (5/0)
Ilija Mitić (5/0)
Božidar Pajević (5/0)
Milorad Milutinović (2/0)
Miodrag Petrović (1/0)
Dragomir Slišković (1/0)

See also

External links

  • Yugoslavia Domestic Football Full Tables
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