|Full name||FK Teleoptik|
|Nickname(s)||Optičari (The Opticians)|
|Head coach||Milan Stojanoski|
|League||Serbian League Belgrade|
|2022–23||Serbian League Belgrade, 3rd of 16|
FK Teleoptik (Serbian Cyrillic: ФК Телеоптик) is a football club based in Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia. They compete in the Serbian League Belgrade, the third tier of the national league system.
Founded by the manufacturing company of the same name in 1952, the club exclusively played in the local leagues of Belgrade within the Yugoslav football league system, but without notable achievements. In the early 1990s, when the country started breaking apart, they agreed to an affiliate partnership with Partizan. One of the most significant aspects of this cooperation was the construction of the SC Partizan-Teleoptik, which was officially opened in May 1998.
In the NATO bombing-shortened 1998–99 season, the club finished second in the Serbian League Belgrade, getting promotion to the Second League of FR Yugoslavia. After easily securing league status in their debut appearance, they made an even better result in the 2000–01 season, finishing in fifth place. However, the club failed to avoid relegation in 2002, when the competition changed its format.
After seven consecutive seasons in the Serbian League Belgrade, the club finally managed to earn promotion to the Serbian First League in 2009, defeating Serbian League East runners-up Timok on penalties in the playoffs. They spent the next five seasons in the second tier of Serbian football, before being relegated in 2013–14. After winning the Serbian League Belgrade in 2017, the club was promoted back to the Serbian First League, but again suffered relegation in the 2018–19 season.
Serbian League Belgrade (Tier 3)
- 2016–17, 2020–21
|Serbia and Montenegro|
|1998–99||3 – Belgrade||17[a]||–||–||–||–||–||38||2nd||Round of 32|
|1999–2000||2 – North||34||15||5||14||57||55||50||11th||—|
|2000–01||2 – North||34||19||4||11||59||34||61||5th||—|
|2001–02||2 – North||34||12||3||19||49||50||39||14th||Round of 32|
|2002–03||3 – Belgrade||34||15||9||10||58||35||54||5th||—|
|2003–04||3 – Belgrade||34||17||8||9||74||41||59||3rd||—|
|2004–05||3 – Belgrade||34||16||8||10||59||40||56||4th||—|
|2005–06||3 – Belgrade||38||18||9||11||71||37||62[b]||4th||—|
|2006–07||3 – Belgrade||34||16||6||12||46||34||54||6th||Round of 32|
|2007–08||3 – Belgrade||30||13||10||7||41||18||49||4th||Round of 32|
|2008–09||3 – Belgrade||30||22||5||3||54||13||71||2nd||—|
|2011–12||2||34||12||13||9||45||26||49||8th||Round of 32|
|2012–13||2||34||8||12||14||25||43||36||13th||Round of 32|
|2013–14||2||30||8||7||15||35||40||31||15th||Round of 32|
|2014–15||3 – Belgrade||30||20||6||4||70||21||66||2nd||Preliminary round|
|2015–16||3 – Belgrade||30||17||9||4||48||23||60||2nd||—|
|2016–17||3 – Belgrade||30||19||5||6||54||23||62||1st||—|
|2018–19||2||37||7||10||20||31||58||18||15th||Round of 32|
|2019–20||3 – Belgrade||17[c]||5||6||6||19||19||21||11th||Round of 16|
|2020–21||3 – Belgrade||38||23||8||7||71||38||77||1st||—|
|2021–22||3 – Belgrade||30||12||8||10||45||36||44||6th||—|
|2022–23||3 – Belgrade||30||15||7||8||51||24||52||3rd||—|
- ^ The season was cut short due to the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
- ^ The club was docked one point.
- ^ The season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia.
This is a list of players who have played at full international level.
- Admir Aganović
- Samir Memišević
- Ivan Čvorović
- Dramane Salou
- Darko Božović
- Andrija Delibašić
- Nikola Drinčić
- Marko Janković
- Ivan Kecojević
- Goran Vujović
- Ifeanyi Emeghara
- Stefan Aškovski
- Aleksandar Lazevski
- Predrag Ranđelović
- Perica Stančeski
- Andrés Cabrero
- Nikola Aksentijević
- Stefan Babović
- Veljko Birmančević
- Miroslav Bogosavac
- Miloš Bogunović
- Miloš Jojić
- Filip Kljajić
- Nenad Lukić
- Saša Lukić
- Nikola Milenković
- Aleksandar Mitrović
- Matija Nastasić
- Jovan Nišić
- Ivan Obradović
- Nemanja Petrović
- Aleksandar Popović
- Ivan Radovanović
- Marko Šćepović
- Petar Škuletić
- Milan Smiljanić
- Miralem Sulejmani
- Nemanja Tomić
- Jovan Vlalukin
- Milivoje Ćirković
- Saša Ilić
- Danko Lazović
- Nemanja Rnić
- Simon Vukčević
For a list of all FK Teleoptik players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:FK Teleoptik players.
- ^ "DESET GODINA SPORTSKOG CENTRA PARTIZAN – TELEOPTIK" (in Serbian). partizan.rs. 28 May 2008. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
- ^ "RAT, RASPAD SFR JUGOSLAVIJE, SANKCIJE" (in Serbian). fsgzrenjanin.com. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
- ^ "SISTEM TAKMIČENJA 2000.-2006" (in Serbian). fsgzrenjanin.com. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
- ^ "Muka, pa kreč, pa drama, pa slavlje!" (in Serbian). partizan.rs. 11 June 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
- ^ "Borac uz Mladost, Metalac na Rad" (in Serbian). b92.net. 28 May 2014. Retrieved 28 February 2017.
- ^ "KRAGUJEVAC SLAVI! Radnički se vratio u Prvu ligu Srbije (VIDEO)" (in Serbian). ikragujevac.com. 5 June 2017. Retrieved 20 June 2017.
- ^ "Teleoptik Zemun". national-football-teams.com. Retrieved 5 September 2016.
- Club page at Srbijasport
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