FK Partizan are a Serbian football club based in Belgrade and they play their home matches wearing black and white striped shirts which are supplied by German brand adidas. The club play a bitter rivalry against city club Red Star Belgrade which is named the 'Eternal Derby'. The club have won the Yugoslav First League on 11 occasions and the Yugoslav Cup on five occasions. The club famously reached the European Cup Final in 1966 but lost Real Madrid 2-1.
FK Partizan Belgrade is a football club from Belgrade, Serbia. The club was founded in 1945 and they play at Stadion Patizana, Belgrade. The club's best recent European run came in 2003/2004 when they eliminated Newcastle in the third qualifying round of the Champions League and played in the group stage. Partizan's main rivals are Red Star Belgrade. The matches between these two sides are often hot tempered and this has led to a decrease in spectator attendance due to the violence and hooliganism.
Serbian Super Liga 2015/16 runners-up Partizan unveil their first home shirt manufactured by Nike. Partizan Belgrade release the Nike home shirt of which they hope will help the club to achieve Super Liga triumph within 2016/17 after rivals Red Star Belgrade ran away with the title by almost 30 p [...]
Serbian side Partizan Belgrade have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season. Much like the 2014-15 home shirt, the all new home kit for Partizan again uses their trademark black and white stripes [...]
Serbian side Partizan Belgrade have officially launched their new home and away kits for next season. Supplied by adidas, the new home shirt for Partizan Belgrade is black and white striped similar to the West Brom 13-14 home kit [...]
Partizan Belgrade are a football club based in Belgrade, Serbia [...]
Partizan's history is very successful and they even managed to get into the European Cup final in 1966 to set up a final against Real Madrid after beating Manchester United in the Semi-Finals.
Partizan have a very good record in the leagues they participate in. They won in total 19 national championship and 9 national cups. Partizan's all-time most notable players include Taribo West, Ivan Tomic, Sasi Ilic, Savo Milosevic and Stjepan Bobek.