Serbian First League


Serbian First League

Infobox football league
name = Serbian First League

pixels = 100px
country = Serbia
confed = UEFA
founded = 2004
folded =
divisions = 2
teams = 18
feeds =
promotion = Meridian Superliga
relegation = Srpska Liga
domest_cup = Lav Kup Srbije
champions = Javor
season = 2007-08
website = http://www.prvaligasrbije.com
current = Serbian First League 2008-09

Serbian First League or Prva Liga Srbija ( _sr. Прва Лига Србија) is the name for the second tier in Serbia's football league. The league is operated by the Football Association of Serbia. 18 teams are set to compete in this league for the 2008-2009 season.

It often refer as Prva Liga Telekom Srbija( _sr. Прва Лига Телеком Србија) , named after the main sponsor of the league, Telekom Srbija.

The league was formed to replace the old second division for the new state union of Serbia and Montenegro, where Montenegro have their own Prva Liga both serve as second level. But after Montenegrin independence referendum, 2006 the Serbian First League was the only group of second level.

Prva Liga Teams 2008/09

* FK Bežanija
* FK BSK Borča
* FK ČSK Pivara
* FK Dinamo Vranje
* FK Hajduk Beograd
* FK Inđija
* FK Kolubara
* FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac
* FK Mladi Radnik
* FK Mladost Apatin
* FK Mladost Lučani
* FK Novi Pazar
* FK Novi Sad
* FK Sevojno Užice
* FK Smederevo
* FK Srem
* FK Voždovac
* FK Zlatibor Voda

ee also

*Serbia national football team
*Serbian Superliga
*Srpska Liga

External links

; Official
* [http://www.fss.org.yu Football Association of Serbia - Official Site]
* [http://www.prvaligasrbije.com Serbian First League - Official Site]
* [http://www.prvaliga.rs/ Serbian First League Unofficial site]


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