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1935–36 Yugoslav Football Championship

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1935–36 Yugoslav Football Championship

The 1935–36 Yugoslav Football Championship (Serbo-Croato-Slovenian: Državno prvenstvo 1935/36 / Државно првенство 1935/36) was the 13th season of Kingdom of Yugoslavia's premier football competition.

It was played in a cup format from June 7 to August 2, 1936. Compared to the previous season, the number of clubs competing was increased by four to a record fourteen. The competition was marred by withdrawal of already drawn Croatian clubs Concordia Zagreb and Hajduk Split who objected to the format of the competition.

Contents

  • Cup system 1
    • Round of Sixteen 1.1
    • Quarter finals 1.2
    • Semi finals 1.3
    • Finals 1.4
  • Top scorers 2
    • Champions 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Cup system

Round of Sixteen

BSK Beograd 4-1, 2-1 Radnički Kragujevac

Ljubljana 3-0, 3-0 Concordia Zagreb (Concordia Zagreb withdrew from the tournament, 3-0 losses registered)

Krajišnik Banja Luka 3-0, 3-0 Hajduk Split (Hajduk Split withdrew from the tournament, 3-0 losses registered)

Slavija Sarajevo 2-1, 3-3 Crnogorac Cetinje

Građanski Skopje 4-0, 1-2 Građanski Niš

NAK Novi Sad 3-3, 4-0 ŽAK Velika Kikinda

Slavija Osijek 4-2, 1-0 ŽAK Subotica

Quarter finals

Ljubljana 4-1, 3-1 Krajišnik Banja Luka

Slavija Sarajevo 10-1, 1-2 Građanski Skopje

NAK Novi Sad 2-0, 4-0 Slavija Osijek

BSK Beograd (pass)

Semi finals

BSK Beograd 3-1, 3-1 Ljubljana

Slavija Sarajevo 3-1, 1-1 NAK Novi Sad

Finals

BSK Beograd 0 - 0, 1 - 0 Slavija Sarajevo

Top scorers

Final goalscoring position, number of goals, player/players and club.[1]

Champions

BSK Belgrade (Coach: Antal Nemes)

See also

References

  1. ^ Gola istina: kraljevi strelaca by Živko Bojanić, pag. 14 (Serbian)

External links

  • Yugoslavia Domestic Football Full Tables
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