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ФК Партизан (FK Partizan) are a Serbian club based in Belgrade. The black and white club of the Serbian capital city is known by various nicknames: црно-бели (crno-beli; the black and whites), парни ваљак (parni valjak; the Steamroller), while the fans of their rival club, Црвена Звезда (Red Star), also based in Belgrade, call them "Фрањевци" (Franjevci), which means "Franciscans", a clear reference to the Croats.

The home stadium of Partizan since 1949 has been Partizan Stadium, although it was once known as "JNA Stadium" ("Stadium of the Yugoslav People's Army"). Partizan were established on 4th of October 1945 by high officers of JNA (Yugoslav People's Army), the military of SFR Yugoslavia.

ФК Партизан Београд

Current logo.

The club is known for winning the Yugoslav First League 11 times, the last being in 1986-1987, the FR Yugoslavia First League 8 times, the last being in 2004-2005, the Serbian SuperLiga 7 times, the last being in 2014-2015, the Yugoslav Cup 5 times, the last being in 1989, the FR Yugoslavia Cup 4 times, the last being in 2000-2001, the Serbian Cup 4 times (2015-2016 winners), the Yugoslav Super Cup once in 1989 and the Mitropa Cup once in 1978, by beating Budapest Honvéd with 1-0. Partizan were the runners-up of the 1965-1966 European Cup (now UEFA Champions League), while they've reached the Quarter-Finals of the very same tournament, in 1956 and in 1964 (as of 2016).

Partizan's main rival are Red Star Belgrade. They also have a rivalry with Olympiacos, a club that is related to Red Star. Their Balkan companions were AEK Athens (they played a friendly match against them during the Yugoslav War), but following Red Star's example, they managed to create a brotherhood with PAOK from Thessaloniki, Greece.

Partizan's first PES appearance was in PES 4, without license, as "Balvidan". The Serbian club has appeared in two more occasions, with license, in PES 2015 and PES 2016.

First and only unlicensed squad (PES 4)

Position Nationality Fake Name Real Name (Cyrillic) Real Name (Gajića)
GK
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Knarj Краљ Kralj
GK
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Paranicoic Пантић Pantić
GK
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Jonejuic Јовшић Jovšić
GK
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Doreic Ивић Ivić
CB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
N. Djiutenic Ненад Ђорђевић Nenad Đorđević
CB
FYROM (icon)
Szosetovski Стојаноски Stojanoski
CB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Majugasa Малбаша Malbaša
CB
Cameroon (icon)
Zana Boya
CB
Bosnia and Herzegovina (icon)
Gajiic Бајић Bajić
CB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Jolic Рнић Rnić
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Citansetic Ћирковић Ćirković
SB
Poland (icon)
Rugala Rzasa
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Jemibeic Јеремић Jeremić
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Ojurumepaic Огњановић Ognjanović
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Milkvic Мирковић Mirković
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Zaric Савић Savić
SB
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Papecic Пајовић Pajović
DMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Hungary (icon)
Nidome А. Нађ A. Nađ
SMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Cikadal Чакар Čakar
SMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Ranazeic Радовић Radović
SMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Zawan Атаначковић Atanačković
AMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Ibac Саша Илић Saša Ilić
AMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Maunotsneic Маринковић Marinković
CF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Vumomiteic Ш. Вукчевић Š. Vukčević
CF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Brakioic Брновић Brnović
CF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Rajiyaic Радоњић Radonjić
CF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Gubepcaniic Грубјешић Grubješić
CF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Vunikcozkeic Веселиновић Veselinović

Last squad (PES 2016)

Position Nationality Full Name (Cyrillic) Full Name (Gajića) #
GK
Serbia (icon)
Филип Кљајић Filip Kljajić 12
GK
Serbia (icon)
Бојан Шаранов Bojan Šaranov 50
GK
Serbia (icon)
Јован Трнић Jovan Trnić 99
CB
Slovenia (icon)
Грегор Балажиц Gregor Balažic 6
CB
Serbia (icon)
Лазар Ћирковић Lazar Ćirković 13
CB
Serbia (icon)
Милош Остојић Miloš Ostojić 40
CB
Ivory Coast (icon)
Cédric Gogoua 51
LB
Serbia (icon)
Никола Лековић Nikola Leković 3
LB
Serbia (icon)
Мирослав Богасавац Miroslav Bogosavac 14
LB
Bosnia and Herzegovina (icon)
Republika Srpska (icon)
Александар Субић Aleksandar Subić 19
RB
Bulgaria (icon)
Иван Бандаловски Ivan Bandalovski 2
RB
Serbia (icon)
Мирослав Вулићевић Miroslav Vulićević 4
RB
Serbia (icon)
Марко Јовановић Marko Jovanović 23
RB
Serbia (icon)
Миладин Стевановић Miladin Stevanović 35
DMF
Serbia (icon)
Дарко Брашанац Darko Brašanac 8
DMF
Serbia (icon)
Марко Јевтовић Marko Jevtović 21
DMF
Brazil (icon)
Everton Luiz 25
DMF
Serbia (icon)
Иван Петровић Ivan Petrović 28
CMF
Serbia (icon)
Саша Лукић Saša Lukić 20
CMF
Serbia (icon)
Саша Илић Saša Ilić 22
CMF
Montenegro (icon)
Небојша Косовић Nebojša Kosović 27
LWF
Serbia (icon)
Немања Михајловић Nemanja Mihajlović 7
LWF
Serbia (icon)
Марко Голубовић Marko Golubović 80
LWF
Serbia (icon)
Ален Стевановић Alen Stevanović 91
RWF
Serbia (icon)
Андрија Живковић Andrija Živković 17
RWF
Serbia (icon)
Вељко Бирманчевић Veljko Birmančević 30
SS
Bulgaria (icon)
Валери Божинов Valeri Božinov 86
CF
Serbia (icon)
Душан Влаховић Dušan Vlahović 9
CF
Ivory Coast (icon)
Ismaël Fofana 11
CF
Cameroon (icon)
Aboubakar Oumarou 15

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