RK Metaloplastika

1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Yugoslavian Cup 1980, 1983, 1984, 1986

1985, 1986

RK Metaloplastika (full official name in Serbian: Рукометни клуб Металопластика, Rukometni club Metaloplastika ) known as Metaloplastika Sabac, is a Serbian handball club from Sabac. The greatest success of the club's history was winning the European Champions' Cup in 1985 and 1986.


It was founded in 1958 and won in 1980 for the first time the Yugoslav Cup. Until 1988 Metaloplastika won seven league titles in a row. From 1983, 1984 and 1986, the club repeated the Cup victory and won so three times in four years, the Double. 1986 this was expanded by winning the European Cup of champions for the Triple. In 1985 the club won the European Cup for the first time already the national champion. The core of the team was also the backbone of the Yugoslav national team, which in 1984 won the Olympic gold medal and 1986 world champion.

Today the club plays in the Serbian league, but not one of the top teams. With Vukašin Rajković a Metaloplastika players made ​​the jump into the Handball - Bundesliga. He moved into the 2005/06 season to Frisch Auf Göppingen.

In the season 2011/12 Metaloplastika attends the inaugural played supranational SEHA League. Since the Serbian clubs were in contrast to the associations of the other participating countries not exempted from the national league, the team must complete a true marathon season with 30 games in Serbia and at least 22 games in the SEHA League.

Well-known former players

  • Mirko Bašić
  • Jovica Cvetkovic
  • Zoran Đorđić
  • Mile Isaković
  • Vladan Krasavac
  • Slobodan Kuzmanovski
  • Jasmin Mrkonja
  • Goran Perkovac
  • Zlatko Portner
  • Veselin Vujović
  • Dane Šijan
  • Serbian handball club
  • Opština Sabac