FK Rad


January 21, 2022

FC Rad is a Serbian football club from Belgrade. He is currently competing in the First League of Serbia, the second competitive level of Serbian football.


Football club Rad was founded in 1958 by the construction company Rad, by taking over the small local club Razvitak, which competed in the lowest rank. For many years, Rad played in the lower leagues, until the 70s of the last century, when the period of rise began. The club entered the Second Federal League in 1973 and became a stable member of this rank of the competition. In the 80's, Rad entered the First Federal League, where he recorded some of his greatest results. He remains in the highest rank until the 2002/03 season. when he is relegated to the Second League again for a short time. Since the 2008/09 season, Rad has been more or less successful, a permanent member of the elite rank of the competition. In the 1988/89 season, the club won 4th place in the First Federal League, thus winning its first participation in European cups. It was a bit of luck that the famous Greek Olympiacos was expelled from the UEFA Cup in 1989. The match in Piraeus was won by Olympiacos with the result 2: 0, and in Banjica, the Builders celebrated with 2: 1. The same successes were repeated in the 2010/11 season. when the club again wins 4th place in the Serbian Super League and placement in the qualifications for the UEFA Europa League, and this time the club reaches the second round of qualifications. In the 2021/22 season. Rad took the 15th place and after thirteen seasons in the Serbian Super League, dropped to a lower rank.


He plays his home games at the King Peter the First Stadium in Banjica, Belgrade. The capacity of the stadium is about 4,000 seats. The first official match at this stadium was played on August 13, 1977 between the home team of Rad and the Macedonian team of Bregalnica from Stip, and Rad won 2-0. The first scorer at this stadium was Dragan Kokotović in the 19th minute of this match.

Recent results

FC Work in European competitions

Current lineup

From February 17, 2021.

History of recent coaches

List of recent coaches of the first team of Rad:

Emblems through history



External links

Official website FK Rad fan site

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