JSD Partizan

Partizan Belgrade (full official name in Serbian: SD Partizan or Sportsko Društvo Partizan Sports Society Partizan, also JSD Partizan or Jugoslovensko Sportsko Društvo Partizan Yugoslav Sports Society Partizan) - also known as Partizan - is a group of former Yugoslav, now Serbian sports clubs, and is next to Red Star one of the top two clubs in the Serbian capital Belgrade. Founded on October 4, 1945, Partizan has today sports clubs in 26 different sports. Especially famous is the club for its football team, basketball team, water polo team and handball team. In addition to numerous national titles, the sports club also won several times at European level.


The greatest success of the sports club are:

  • Won the European Champions Cup in 1992 in Men's Basketball
  • Reaching the final of the European Cup of Champions 1965/66 in men's soccer, where they lost just under Real Madrid
  • Sevenfold winning the Champions League in the men's water polo, most recently in 2011
  • Winning the Korać Cup 1978, 1979 and 1989, the Damalas third most important European Cup in basketball for men's teams.
  • Reaching the final in the Challenge Cup in 1985 and 1990, the third highest in the European Cup competition in men's volleyball
  • Reaching the semifinal in the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1999 and 2002, as well as the EHF Challenge Cup 2011 at the Men's Handball
  • European champion in judo (1959 ), in Karate (2000, 2001) and in the rings ( 2009).

This Partizan is one of the most successful sports clubs in the world.


Among the sports played include football, basketball, handball, volleyball, water polo, ice hockey, rugby, tennis, table tennis, athletics, swimming, cycling, rowing, boxing, judo, karate, taekwondo, wrestling, weightlifting, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Shooting, Bowling, Floorball and chess.

The most popular clubs are:

  • FK Partizan Belgrade football
  • KK Partizan Belgrade, basketball
  • RK Partizan Belgrade, handball
  • VK Partizan Belgrade, Water Polo
  • OK Partizan Belgrade, volleyball
  • HK Partizan Belgrade, Hockey
  • AK Partizan Belgrade, Athletics