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1994–95 Second League of FR Yugoslavia

Statistics of Second League of FR Yugoslavia (Serbian: Дpугa савезна лига, Druga savezna liga) for the 1994–95 season.


The league was divided into 2 groups, A and B, consisting each of 10 clubs. Both groups were played in league system. By winter break all clubs in each group meet each other twice, home and away, with the bottom four classified from A group moving to the group B, and being replaced by the top four from the B group. At the end of the season the same situation happened with four teams being replaced from A and B groups, adding the fact that the bottom three clubs from the B group were relegated into the third national tier. The champion and the second following team were promoted into the 1995–96 First League of FR Yugoslavia.

At the end of the season FK Mladost Lučani became champions, and together with FK Čukarički and FK Mladost Bački Jarak got promoted.

Club names

Some club names were written in a different way in other sources, and that is because some clubs had in their names the sponsorship company included. These cases were:

  • Čukarički / Čukarički Stankom
  • Novi Sad / Novi Sad Gumins
  • Budućnost Valjevo / Budućnost Vujić

Final table

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts (from autumn bonification)
1 Mladost Lučani 38 34 (11)
2 Čukarički 38 31 (8)
3 Mladost Bački Jarak 38 29 (9)
4 Novi Pazar 38 28 (7)
5 Mogren 38 28 (10)
6 Mačva Šabac 38 26 (7)
7 Železničar Niš 38 24 (7)
8 Badnjevac 38 23 (8)
9 Javor Ivanjica 38 18 (8)
10 Novi Sad 38 17 (6)
11 Hajduk Beograd 38 28 (6)
12 Jastrebac Niš 38 28 (6)
13 OFK Kikinda 38 28 (7)
14 Priština 38 27 (3)
15 Budućnost Valjevo 38 26 (5)
16 Borac Banja Luka[a] 38 26 (7)
17 Dinamo Pančevo 38 23 (18)
18 Dubočica 38 22 (4)
19 Iskra Danilovgrad 38 9 (1)
20 Jedinstvo Bijelo Polje 38 3 (1)
  1. ^ Between 1992 and 1995, Borac Banja Luka participated in the national competitions organized by the Football Association of FR Yugoslavia. They played their home games in Valjevo due to the Bosnian War.[1]


External sources

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