Telekom 1. CFL R19/36 FK Sutjeska - FK Podgorica 3:0 (0:0) Gradski stadion, Nikšić 1:0 Marković 70' 2:0 Nikač (as Janjić) 75' 3:0 Nikač (as C. Augusto) 77'
Fudbalski klub Sutjeska is football club from Nikšić, Montenegro, currently competing in the Montenegrin First League. The club was established in 1920, and has been known by its current name since 1945.
Fudbalski klub Sutjeska Foča is a professional association football club based in the town of Foča that is situated in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sutjeska currently plays in the Second League of the Republika Srpska - East.
Sutjeska may refer to:
The Sutjeska National Park is a national park located in Bosnia and Herzegovina Established in 1962, it is Bosnia and Herzegovina's oldest national park. It includes the highest peak of Maglić at over 2,386 metres (7,828 ft), on the border with Montenegro.
Sutjeska is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun.
Sutjeska is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Sečanj municipality, in the Central Banat District, Vojvodina province.
The Sutjeska class was a class of two diesel-electric submarines built for the Yugoslav Navy during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Built by the Uljanik Shipyard in Pula, the two boats were the first class of submarines to be built in Yugoslavia.
The Sutjeska is a 35 km-long river in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a tributary of the Drina river, which it meets south of Foča.
Battle of Sutjeska is a 1973 partisan film directed by Stipe Delić and made in SFR Yugoslavia. It tells the story of the famous Battle of Sutjeska, the greatest engagement of the Yugoslav Partisan War.
Case Black , also known as the Fifth Enemy Offensive (Serbo-Croatian Latin: Peta neprijateljska ofanziva) in Yugoslav historiography and often identified with its final phase, the Battle of the Sutjeska (Serbo-Croatian Latin: Bitka na Sutjesci pronounced [bîtka na sûtjɛst͡si]) was a joint attack by the Axis taking place from 15 May to 16 June 1943, which aimed to destroy the main Yugoslav Partisan force, near the Sutjeska river in south-eastern Bosnia. The failure of the offensive marked a turning point for Yugoslavia during World War II. The operation immediately followed Case White which had failed in accomplishing the same objectives: to eliminate the central Partisan formations and capture their commander, Marshal Josip Broz Tito.
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