Crvena Zvezda or Red Star Belgrade as they are known in English are a Serbian football team based in the capital city Belgrade. They won the European Cup in 1991 5-3 on penalties, beating Olympique Marseille in the last completely knockout competition before the UEFA Champions League group phase was introduced.
Red Star Belgrade are a Serbian football club and they are the most successful club in Serbia, with a record of 25 national championships and 24 national cups in both Serbian and ex-Yugoslav competitions. They are the only Serbian (and ex-Yugoslav) club to have ever won the European Cup, having done so in 1991 and they wear red and white striped home shirts which are supplied by Puma.
Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for next season. Supplied by German brand Puma, the new home shirt for Red Star Belgrade features thick red and white stripes [...]
Red Star Belgrade's stadium Red Star Stadium or "Marakana" marks it's fiftieth anniversary this year and the club have released a special edition home kit for the historic year [...]
Serbian club Red Star Belgrade have unveiled their new Puma home shirt for next season [...]
After just one year Red Star will end their shirt deal with Legea, prematurely ending the contract, they'll be in Puma by the summer [...]
Founded by students at Belgrade University in 1945 Red Star play at the 51,538 capacity Stadion Crvena Zvezda in Belgrade. Some of the most players to pull on a Red Star shirt include Pizon, Piksi, Dragoslav Sekularac, Rajko Mitic and Dragan Dzajic.
The club have had several kit suppliers in their history including Admiral, Puma, Hummel, Diadora, Kappa, adidas, Nike, Legea and Puma.