Resultados

Serbia - Srpska Liga 03/02 13:30 - FK Radnicki Zrenjanin v FK Kabel Novi Sad D 0-0
Europa - Amistosos 02/24 12:00 - FK Backa Palanka v FK Kabel Novi Sad L 2-1
Europa - Amistosos 02/07 12:00 - Spartak Subotica v FK Kabel Novi Sad L 3-1
Europa - Amistosos 01/24 12:00 - FK Indija v FK Kabel Novi Sad W 0-1
Serbia - Srpska Liga 11/18 12:00 - FK Backa Palanka v FK Kabel Novi Sad D 2-2
Serbia - Srpska Liga 11/12 09:00 - FK Kabel Novi Sad v FK Tisa Adorjan W 2-0
Serbia - Srpska Liga 11/05 09:00 - FK Kabel Novi Sad v FK Borac Sajkas W 2-0
Serbia - Srpska Liga 10/29 10:00 - Dinamo Pancevo v FK Kabel Novi Sad D 0-0
Serbia - Srpska Liga 10/22 08:00 - FK Kabel Novi Sad v FK Podunavac Belegis D 1-1
Serbia - Srpska Liga 10/14 13:00 - OFK Kikiknda v FK Kabel Novi Sad D 1-1
Serbia - Srpska Liga 10/08 08:00 - FK Kabel Novi Sad v Gfk Sloven Ruma W 3-1
Serbia - Srpska Liga 09/30 13:30 - FK Naftagas Elemir v FK Kabel Novi Sad L 3-0

Estadísticas

 TotalLocalVisitante
Encuentros Disputados 35 16 19
Wins 15 10 5
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 11 3 8
Goals for 54 33 21
Goals against 43 16 27
Clean sheets 12 7 5
Failed to score 6 0 6

Wikipedia - FK Kabel

FK Kabel (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Кабел) is a football club based in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia. They compete in the Serbian League Vojvodina, the third tier of the national league system.

History

The club was founded in 1932 by the workers of Novosadska fabrika kabela (NFK), a local cable factory. They competed in the local leagues of Novi Sad over the next few years. In 1945, following the end of World War II, the club was refounded by the factory's workers and given its original name. The name was briefly changed to Metalac in 1947, but reverted after only a few months.

In 1975, the club reached the Vojvodina League for the first time ever. They remained in the third tier of Yugoslav football for two seasons. The club would return to the Vojvodina League on two more occasions in 1978 and 1983. They eventually finished as champions of the third tier in the 1986–87 season to reach the Yugoslav Second League (Group West). However, the club suffered relegation after just one season and continued competing in the newly formed Yugoslav Inter-Republic League (Group North).

Following the breakup of Yugoslavia, the club placed third in the NATO bombing-suspended 1998–99 Serbian League Vojvodina and gained promotion to the Second League of FR Yugoslavia (Group North). They spent three consecutive seasons in the second tier, before being relegated in 2002. Subsequently, the club competed in the Serbian League Vojvodina for two seasons, before suffering relegation to the Vojvodina League West in 2004.

After finishing as runners-up in the 2016–17 Vojvodina League South, the club won the title in the next season and took promotion to the Serbian League Vojvodina. They subsequently placed first in the third tier and gained promotion to the Serbian First League in 2019.

FK Kabel Novi Sad es un club de fútbol serbio de la ciudad de Novi Sad, Vojvodina. Fue fundado en 1918 y actualmente juega en la SuperLiga de Serbia, la máxima categoría del fútbol serbio.

El club ha ganado dos títulos de la Copa de Yugoslavia, en 1961 y 1970. También ha participado en varias competiciones europeas, como la Copa de la UEFA y la Copa de los Balcanes.

El FK Kabel Novi Sad es conocido por su gran cantera, de la que han salido jugadores como Vladimir Jugović, Dejan Stanković y Nemanja Matić.

El estadio del club es el Estadio Karađorđe, con capacidad para 14.458 espectadores.

El FK Kabel Novi Sad es uno de los clubes más importantes de Serbia y cuenta con una gran afición.