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Table

 

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Crvena Zvezda 19 17 2 0 51 7 +44 53 WWWWW
2   Partizan 19 14 2 3 42 12 +30 44 WWWWW
3   Vojvodina 19 13 3 3 37 19 +18 42 WWWWL
4   Čukarički 19 10 5 4 37 16 +21 35 WWLWD
5   Spartak Subotica 19 10 3 6 36 23 +13 33 WLWDW
6   Proleter Novi Sad 19 9 5 5 17 15 +2 32 LWLWL
7   Radnički Niš 19 9 3 7 19 19 +0 30 WWWLL
8
Bačka Topola 19 8 3 8 40 30 +10 27 WWLLL
9
Radnik Surdulica 19 8 3 8 27 24 +3 27 LWWDW
10
Voždovac 19 8 3 8 32 32 +0 27 LLLWD
11
Mladost Lučani 19 7 5 7 20 31 -11 26 LDWLD
12
Metalac GM 19 6 7 6 23 29 -6 25 LLLDW
13   Javor Ivanjica 19 6 3 10 24 32 -8 21 LWLLL
14   Novi Pazar 19 5 6 8 19 32 -13 21 DWLDD
15   Napredak 19 4 6 9 14 26 -12 18 DDWLW
16   Inđija 19 6 0 13 16 34 -18 18 LLLLW
17   Rad Beograd 19 5 1 13 15 35 -20 16 LWLDL
18   Zlatibor Čajetina 19 4 3 12 13 33 -20 15 LLLLW
19   Mačva Šabac 19 4 2 13 11 32 -21 14 WLLWL
20   Bačka Palanka 19 2 5 12 15 27 -12 11 LLWDL
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
N. LukićBačka Topola 11 4
M. MakarićRadnik Surdulica 11 3
T. AsanoPartizan 10 0
L. TufegdžićSpartak Subotica 9 0
P. BojićVojvodina 7 0
D. FalcinelliCrvena Zvezda 7 0
M. IvanićCrvena Zvezda 7 2
A. KataiCrvena Zvezda 7 2
A. KatanićMetalac GM 7 1
L. LukovićJavor Ivanjica 7 3
N. NikolićSpartak Subotica 7 1
V. BirmančevićČukarički 6 2
A. KajevićČukarički 6 1
M. MarčićSpartak Subotica 6 0
I. N'DiayeČukarički 6 0

 

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About Super Liga

The Serbian Superliga, or Linglong Tire Superliga for sponsorship reasons, is a football tournament organized by the Serbian Football Association. It was founded in 2006 due to the separation of Serbia and Montenegro, which also led to the dissolution of the Serbia and Montenegro league. Despite its recent creation, UEFA has ranked the Serbian Superliga as the 17th best in the continent via their coefficient system.

This tournament is played year after year by sixteen teams, and even though some of its original clubs go back to the days when the country was part of Yugoslavia, their records are still considered for the overall tally. The league works under a promotion-relegation system, and in order to determine that, all teams face each other twice to play 30 regular-season games. The top eight teams enter a championship playoff, while the other eight enter a relegation playoff, where two teams will be relegated directly and one more will be given the chance to remain a Superliga team via a promotion playoff. The championship playoff, unlike others in Europe, forces teams to face each other once, not twice, which means that each team in the league will play 37 games throughout the season.

There are four spots available to play in European competitions the following year: one for the preliminary stages of the UEFA Champions League (which goes to the champion), and three more to the first three runners-up of the championship round.

The 2018-19 season of the Serbian Superliga concluded with Red Star Belgrade claiming their fifth title. The team from the Serbian capital won the championship with an eight-point margin over Radnicki. Partizan and Cukaricki were the other teams that qualified to the UEFA Europa League besides the runners-up. Speaking about the relegation playoffs, three teams were lowered to the Serbian First League: Zemun and Backa Backa Palanka lost their spots in the Superliga for adding the lowest amount of points in the league, while Dinamo Vranje was relegated by Indija in the promotion playoff.

The 2019-20 season of the Serbian Superliga will begin on July 19, 2019. The final match is scheduled to be played in May 2020. TSC, Javor, and Indjia (winners of the promotion playoff) were promoted from the Serbian First League. TSC will also be making its debut in the Serbian Superliga this season.

Did you know? Red Star Belgrade and Partizan are the only clubs that have been able to win the league title since the league was created in 2016. Current title holders Red Star will try to win a third title in a row in the upcoming season, which would see them trail Partizan by two championships to become the most winning teams in Serbian Superliga history.

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