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II Sofeks Kup Futog 2018, Kvalifikacije Generacija 2008 - U10, Datum 07.10.2018. FK PETAR PUAČA Novi Sad - FK TVRĐAVA Bač Rezultat 0:3 Trener: Đorđe ...
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Fudbalski klub Jedinstvo Brčko is a professional association football club from the city of Brčko that is situated in the Brčko District, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The club competes in the First League of the Republika Srpska, a second-tier competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Fudbalski klub Slavija Sarajevo is a professional association football club from the city of Istočno Sarajevo, Republika Srpska that is situated in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Slavija Sarajevo is a member of the Football Association of Republika Srpska and the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is active in the First League of the Republika Srpska.
Fudbalski Klub BPI Slavija is a Serbian football club based in Slavija, Belgrade.
FK Slavija Kragujevac is a football club based in Kragujevac, Serbia. They currently compete in the Kragujevac First League, the fifth tier of the national league system.
Nogometni klub Slavija Vevče , commonly referred to as NK Slavija Vevče or simply Slavija, was a Slovenian football club, based in Vevče district in Ljubljana. The club was formed in 1921 and played in the Slovenian PrvaLiga in the 1994–95 season, after they replaced Svoboda before the start of the competition.
Nogometni Klub Varaždin, commonly referred to as Varaždin, is a Croatian football club, which plays in the town of Varaždin. They are currently playing in the Croatian First Football League.
Varaždinski športski nogometni klub Varaždin , commonly referred to as VŠNK Varaždin or simply Varaždin, was a Croatian football club based in the city of Varaždin in the north of the country. They played their home matches at the Stadion Anđelko Herjavec, which has an all-seating capacity of 10,800.
Slavija may refer to:
Slavija was one of the seven municipalities composing the city of Novi Sad between 1980 and 1989. The municipality included part of the city quarter of Rotkvarija, city quarters of Salajka, Pervazovo Naselje, Podbara, Vidovdansko Naselje, Slana Bara, Klisa, Mali Beograd, Veliki Rit, Šangaj, Radna Zona Sever 4 and Deponija, as well as the villages of Kać, Budisava, Kovilj and Čenej.