FK Inđija

FK InđIja

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FK Inđija (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Инђија) is a football club based in the city of Inđija, Serbia. The club currently plays in the Serbian First League.

Club success

The club's biggest success was promotion to the Serbian SuperLiga by winning the 2009-10 Serbian First League.


FK Inđija was established in 1933.

Initially named ŽAK then FK Železničar, it functioned as a club of railroad workers. Under this name, the club played its games until 1969 when the name changed to FK PIK Inđija. In 1975 the name changed once more, this time to FK Agrounija after the club's sponsor at that time. In 1994 the name become FK Inđija and it lasted until to 2001. From 2001 to 2003 a sponsor renamed the club again to Brazda Coop.

During its history, the club mainly competed in Division III soccer. On several occasions, it participated in the qualifications for placement in the Second League to the final in 1992. For several years the managed to be placed in the ranking competition. At this level the club has achieved noticeable results in a single league with the leading clubs from the rank in the same season, by completing placement in the quarterfinal cup of Yugoslavia as a renowned bush-league team in the 2005/2006 season. The club won first place in the Serbian league - a group of Vojvodina and Izborio placement in the first league "Telekom Serbia". The club then the league after only one year of competition.

The club participated in a memorable...
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