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1951 Yugoslav First League

Prva savezna liga
Season 1951
Champions Red Star (1st title)
Relegated Spartak Subotica
Napredak Kruševac
Top goalscorer Kosta Tomašević (16)
1950
1952

The First Federal League of Yugoslavia of 1951 (Prva savezna liga Jugoslavije), colloquially known as the Yugoslav First League of 1951, was the highest tier football competition played in communist Yugoslavia during 1951.

Contents

  • League table 1
  • Cup 2
    • Qualification 2.1
    • Round of Sixteen 2.2
    • Quarter finals 2.3
    • Semi finals 2.4
    • Final - 1st Leg 2.5
    • Final - 2nd Leg 2.6
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Red Star (C) 22 17 1 4 50 21 +29 35
2 Dinamo Zagreb 22 16 3 3 45 19 +26 35
3 Hajduk Split 22 14 4 4 52 21 +31 32
4 Partizan 22 10 4 8 34 24 +10 24
5 BSK Belgrade 22 8 6 8 34 24 +10 22
6 Lokomotiva 22 7 6 9 32 34 −2 20
7 Sarajevo 22 6 8 8 25 39 −14 20

01952 Yugoslav Second League0

Source: rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal average
Note: Borac Zagreb merged into NK Zagreb at the end of the season.
(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:

players (league matches/league goals):
Tihomir Ognjanov (22/10)
Bela Palfi (22/1)
Predrag Đajić (22/1)
Kosta Tomašević (21/16)
Jovan Jezerkić (18/6)
Rajko Mitić (17/5)
Milorad Diskić (16/0)
Ivan Zvekanović (14/0)
Ljubomir Lovrić (14/0) -goalkeeper-
Branko Stanković (13/1)
Dimitrije Tadić (12/0)
Siniša Zlatković (11/4)
Todor Živanović (10/4)
Milivoje Đurđević (9/0)
Srđan Mrkušić (8/0) -goalkeeper-
Branislav Vukosavljević (7/1)
Bora Kostić (3/1)
Branko Nešović (1/0)
Lajčo Kujundžić (1/0)
Pavle Radić (1/0)

Cup

The cup was played from November 11, 1951 until December 23, 1951.

Qualification

Partizan Beograd 11 - 1 Sloboda Užice

Partizan Beograd 15 - 0 Sloga (Petrovac na Mlavi)

(rest unknown)

Round of Sixteen

Partizan Beograd 7 - 0 Pula (?)

Vojvodina Novi Sad - x X

X x - x X

X x - x X

X x - x X

X x - x X

Dinamo Zagreb x - x X

X x - x X

Quarter finals

X x - x X

Vojvodina Novi Sad 2 - 0 Partizan Beograd

X x - x X

Dinamo Zagreb x - x X

Semi finals

Vojvodina Novi Sad x - x X

Dinamo Zagreb x - x X

Final - 1st Leg

16 December 1951 - Zagreb, Croatia

Dinamo Zagreb 2 - 0 Vojvodina

Stadium: Stadion Maksimir

Attendance: 15,000

Referee: R. Rakić (Sarajevo)

Dinamo: Branko Stinčić, Drago Horvat, Tomislav Crnković, Branko Režek, Ivan Horvat, Dragutin Cizarić, Aleksandar Benko, Božidar Senčar, Franjo Wölfl, Željko Čajkovski, Dionizije Dvornić

Vojvodina: Vasic, Selena, Ristić, Vujadin Boškov, Sima Milovanov, Živković, Seres, Zdravko Rajkov, Dobrosav Krstić, Todor Veselinović, R.Krstić

Final - 2nd Leg

23 December 1951 - Belgrade, Serbia

Vojvodina Novi Sad 0 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb

Stadium: JNA Stadium

Attendance: 20,000

Referee: B.Nedelkovski (Skopje)

Vojvodina: Vasic, Selena, Ristic, Vujadin Boškov, Sima Milovanov, Zivkovic, Seres, Zdravko Rajkov, Dobrosav Krstić, Todor Veselinović, R.Krstic

Dinamo: Branko Stinčić, Drago Horvat, Tomislav Crnković, Branko Režek, Ivan Horvat, Dragutin Cizarić, Aleksandar Benko, Božidar Senčar, Franjo Wölfl, Željko Čajkovski, Dionizije Dvornić

See also

External links

  • Yugoslavia Domestic Football Full Tables
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