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Established
1958 (64 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
King Peter I Stadium
(3,919 Capacity)

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Location
Banjica, Belgrade, Serbia

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League
Serbian Prva Liga

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Upcoming Events
30 Jul 22 Rad   -  Trayal
13 Aug 22 Rad   -  Grafičar
20 Aug 22 Sloboda Uzice   -  Rad
27 Aug 22 Rad   -  Radnički Beograd
31 Aug 22 Inđija   -  Rad

Latest Results
22 May 22 Buducnost Dobanovci  2 - 1  Rad
14 May 22 Rad  3 - 0  Timok Zaječar
08 May 22 Grafičar  4 - 0  Rad
01 May 22 Rad  1 - 1  Mačva Šabac
27 Apr 22 Rad  2 - 0  Kabel Novi

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Fudbalski klub Rad (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Рад) is a Serbian professional football club based in Belgrade, that competes in the Serbian SuperLiga. The club's name translates as "work" or "labour" due to being formed by the construction company of the same name in 1958.

Rad does not have a large supporter base but it is known for a very loyal neo-nazi supporter base, they compete regularly in the top tier of Serbian club football. There have been some very famous successful footballers to have played for Rad, such as: Miroslav Đukić, Ljubinko Drulović, Vladimir Jugović, Miroslav Stević, Zoran Mirković, and more recently Milan Borjan and Luka Milivojević.

The club has somewhat of a negative reputation caused mainly by its supporters who are known as "United Force", they can often be compared to the Millwall FC of Serbian football. On a positive note "United Force" are known as one of the most loyal supporter groups in Serbia following the club in good numbers home or away.

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Goran
Čaušić
#20


Filip
Malbašić


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Stadium or Home

King Petar I Stadium (Serbian: Стадион Краљ Петар Први, Stadion Kralj Petar Prvi) is the home ground of Rad Belgrade. It's also known simply as Rad Stadium. The all-seated stadium was named after King Petar I, a famous Serbian king from the early 1900s. The stadium has a seating capacity for around 3,919 people.

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