Serbian Superliga 2006-07

Serbian Superliga 2006-07

The 2006-07 Serbian Superliga season started on August 5, 2006. The winners were Crvena Zvezda with their 25th title. FK Zemun and FK Voždovac were relegated to the 2nd league of Serbia. The Superliga will change format from next season with the league no longer being divided into title and relegation groups midway through the campaign. Instead the 12 teams will play each other three times in a conventional league format.

Participating clubs

The following twelve clubs competed in the 2006/07 Serbian Superliga season.

*Crvena zvezda, Belgrade
*Partizan, Belgrade
*OFK Beograd, Belgrade
*FK Voždovac, Belgrade
*FK Zemun, Belgrade
*FK Bežanija, Belgrade
*FK Vojvodina, Novi Sad
*FK Smederevo, Smederevo
*Borac, Čačak
*FK Banat, Zrenjanin
*Hajduk, Kula
*Mladost, Apatin

The first match was played on August 5, 2006. OFK Beograd defeated FK Zemun 2-1

League standing

Regular League Standings

Playoffs Round

;Champions Group;Relegation Group

Final League Standings

Champions: RED STAR BELGRADE (coach: Dušan Bajević Boško Đurovski)players (league matches/league goals):
flagicon|Serbia Dušan Đokić (28/14)
flagicon|Serbia Nenad Milijaš (25/5)
flagicon|Serbia Dušan Anđelković (24/1)
flagicon|Senegal Ibrahima Gueye (24/0)
flagicon|Ecuador Segundo Castillo (23/8) signed from El Nacional on August 31, 2006 - the last day of summer 2006 transfer window
flagicon|Serbia Dejan Milovanović (23/3)
flagicon|Serbia Ivan Ranđelović (23/0) -goalkeeper-
flagicon|Montenegro Milan Purović (22/6)
flagicon|Serbia Aleksandar Pantić (21/0)
flagicon|Serbia Aleksandar Trišović (21/0)
flagicon|Bulgaria Blagoy Georgiev (20/2)
flagicon|Serbia Marko Perović (17/0)
flagicon|Serbia Nikola Trajković (17/0)
flagicon|Serbia Dušan Basta (16/0)
flagicon|Serbia Đorđe Tutorić (15/0)
flagicon|Serbia Milanko Rašković (14/3)
flagicon|Serbia Milan Biševac (14/2)
flagicon|Montenegro Igor Burzanović (13/3)
flagicon|Serbia Ognjen Koroman (12/2) arrived on loan in early February 2007 during 2006/07 winter transfer window
flagicon|Brazil Aílton (11/3) signed on August 31, 2006 - the last day of summer 2006 transfer window
flagicon|Brazil Ely Tadeu (10/0)
flagicon|Serbia Miloš Bajalica (9/0)
flagicon|Serbia Nebojša Joksimović (9/0)
flagicon|Montenegro Zoran Banović (7/0) -goalkeeper-
flagicon|Serbia Vladimir Đorđević (5/0)
flagicon|Serbia Nikola Žigić (3/2) sold to Racing de Santander on August 29, 2006 during 2006 summer transfer window
flagicon|Serbia Nenad Kovačević (3/0) sold to RC Lens in August 2006 during 2006 summer transfer window
flagicon|Serbia Radovan Krivokapić (3/0)
flagicon|Serbia Bojan Miladinović (3/0)
flagicon|Serbia Saša Radivojević (3/0)
flagicon|Serbia Boško Janković (2/0) sold to Real Mallorca in August 2006 during 2006 summer transfer window
flagicon|Serbia Nenad Srećković (2/0)
flagicon|Serbia M. Reljić (1/1)
flagicon|Serbia Goran Adamović (1/0)
flagicon|Serbia Marko Nikolić (1/0)
flagicon|Serbia Slavko Perović (1/0)

Relegation playoff

Third placed team from First League of Serbia meets the 3rd from the bottom placed team from Serbian Superliga in a home-and-away tie. The aggregate winner gets a spot in 2007/2008 Superliga.

*Napredak Kruševac - Borac Čačak 0:0

*Borac Čačak - Napredak Kruševac 1:01:0 Irfan Vušljanin (42')

Top goalscorers

Promoted Teams

The following teams were promoted to the Meridian Superliga at the end of the 2006/07 season:

*Mladost Lučani - Prva liga champion
*Čukarički - Prva liga runner-up
*Napredak Kruševac - promoted after winning the home-and-away playoff versus Borac Čačak
*Borac Čačak - got to stay in the Serbian Superliga for 2007/08 season despite losing the relegation playoff to Napredak Kruševac because Mladost Apatin withdrew from competition in 2007/08 Superliga due to being unable to bear the financial burden of playing in a top division.

Relegated Teams

The following teams were relegated to the Prva liga at the end of the 2006/07 season:

*Zemun - Automatically relegated after finishing in 12th position with only 7 points from 32 games.
*Voždovac - Automatically relegated after finishing in 11th position.
*Mladost Apatin - Withdrew due to financial reasons.

External links

* [http://www.uefa.com/footballeurope/countries/association=147/index.html UEFA Site]
* [http://www.yufprvaliga.co.yu/ Serbian Superliga Site]


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