Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.
SBM01 – FK PARTIZAN BEOGRAD (YUG11) (SER02)
1945 JSD Partizan, 1963 FK Partizan; at the 1st level of the Serbian league in the 2022/23 season (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Stadion Partizana; colours: black-white.
SBM02 – FK CRVENA ZVEZDA BEOGRAD (YUG05) (SER01)
1945 FK Crvena zvezda; at the 1st level of the Serbian league in the 2022/23 season (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Stadion Rajko Mitić; colours: red-white.
SBM03 – FK SMEDEREVO 1924 (FK SARTID Smederevo)
1924 FK SARTID (Srpsko akcionarsko rudarsko topioničarsko industrijsko društvo), 1944 FK Metalac, 1946 FD Jedinstvo, 1949, ŽSD Smederevo, 1952 FK Smederevo, 1958 OFK Budućnost (+FK Metalac Smederevo), 1962 FK Smederevo, 1967 FK Metalurg, 1976 FK Smederevo, 1992 FK SARTID, 2004 FK Smederevo, 2014 FK Semendrija 1924 (+ FK Seljak Mihajlovac), 2015 FK Smederevo 1924 (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); at the 3rd level of the Serbian League in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadion Smederevo; colours: blue.
SBM04 – FK ŽELEZNIK LAVOVI BEOGRAD (FK Železnik)
1930 FK Železnik; 2005 dissolved (+ FK Voždovac Beograd => FK Voždovac) and re-fonded as FK Železnik Lavovi, 2015 dissolved (+ FK Radnički Beograd => FK Radnički Beograd) (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Stadion Mali Poljud; colours: red.
SBM05 – FK BUDUĆNOST BANATSKI DVOR
1938 FK Budućnost, 2006 dissolved (+ FK Banat Zrenjanin => FK Banat Zrenjanin); (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Stadion Mirko Vučurević; colours: red-black.
SBM06 – FK ZETA GOLUBOVCI (MON01)
1927 FK Danika, 1945 FK Napredak, 1955 Zeta; at the 2nd
level of the
SBM07 – OFK BEOGRAD (YUG09) (SER07)
1911 BSK, 1945 Metalac, 1950 BSK (+ FK Beograd), 1957 OSD, 1957 OFK (+ TSK Sumadija); at the 3rd level of the Serbian league In the 2021/22 season (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Omladinski Stadion; colours: white-blue.
SBM08 – FK HAJDUK KULA
1925 FK Hajduk, 20.. FK Hajduk Rodić-MB, 2006 FK Hajduk, 2013 dissolved (in the Yugoslavian league until 2002); ground: Stadion SPC Hajduk; colours: green-white.
The Romanization of the Serbian and Montenegrin names is carried out on the basis of the BNG/PCGN system
The choice of considering a club dissolved or existing under another name (sometimes due to mergers) can often be difficult to evaluate. The choises made are therefore mine, based on the data I was able to collect.