FK Rad

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FK Rad (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Рад) is a football club from Belgrade, Serbia. It plays at Stadion Kralj Petar I, which is located in the southern part of the city's Banjica neighbourhood.

Translated into English, the club's name signifies "work" or "labour" due to being formed by the construction company of the same name.

Over the years, the club served as breeding ground for a number of well-known players, including Vladimir Jugović, Ljubinko Drulović, Zoran Mirković, Miroslav Đukić, Goran Bunjevčević, Željko Cicović, Slavoljub Muslin and others.


FK Rad was founded in 1958, entering competition in the lowest rank. The club was created by workers of the GRO Rad company.

From the start the club had two major local rivals: Banjica and Jajinci, these rivalries were the rivals of the company but quickly it passed to football. The following individuals are considered as club's founders: Petar Đerasimović, the first president, Radojica Tanasijević, the first general selector, Željko Marjanović, the first financial adviser, and Ljubomir Lazić, the first vice president. The players that have played in 1958 can feel like founders as well, FK Rad had a lot of young players that were schooled in the First league teams, some players would include: Lazar Slavković, Đurđe Ivković, Vladimir Acević, Teodor ušnjar, Milan Abramović, Brana Djaković, Aleksandar Banić, Živojin Rafailović, Aleksandar Andrejić, and a little later Sreten...
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