Novi Pazar

FK Novi Pazar 1-1 FK Partizan (Beograd)
Jelen Super liga - I
Gradski stadion, Novi Pazar
att: ~6,000

Novi Pazar is a city located in southwest Serbia, in the Raška District. It is located about 270 km from Belgrade and it can be reached by regional road Ibar highway.
The city's football club FK Novi Pazar was founded in 1928. The club has played under its current name since 1962, after several changes of names. The club was a member of the Yugoslav Second league, while season 2011/2012 was the first season in the club's history in the elite rank. Football is extremely popular sport in Novi Pazar and city stadium is always full. The stadium is located 10 minutes walk to the south of city center. In 2011 underwent reconstruction of the stadium. The east stand was restored and was built a completely new covered west stand. This year are made floodlights. The current capacity of the stadium is 12,000 spectators.
In today´s match for the fourth time Partizan players were not able to carry all the points from Novi Pazar. In front of about 6,000 spectators, was seen the same outcome like in
the previous three duels of these two teams, the draw. 


FK Borac (Čačak) 0-0 FK Voždovac (Beograd)
Jelen Super liga - I
Gradski stadion kraj Morave, Čačak
att: 240

Čačak is a city in west-central Serbia, located 144 km south of the Belgrade. The city lies on the Zapadna Morava river, which is the second largest river in Serbia after the Danube. It is the administrative center of the Moravica District of Serbia, and in its vicinity is the Ovčar-Kablar gorge, where 300 monasteries have been built since the 14th century, but only 12 remain today.
Football club Borac was founded in 1926. In 1962 the club comes to placement in 2nd rank, and since then plays in the federal level of the competition. In the 1st league enters in 1994, and the greatest success was achieved in 2008, by winning 4th place. City Stadium was built in 1958 with capacity of 5,000. Currently the stadium is under reconstruction, with two new stands and floodlights, capacity is increased to 8,000.


FK Jagodina 2-1 FK Radnički (Kragujevac)
Jelen Super liga - I
Gradski stadion, Jagodina
att: 350

Jagodina is located in the central part of the Morava River district, only 136 km south of Belgrade and 130 km north of Niš. This is a city with a long football tradition, and the first football club called FK Zora was founded back in 1919. Today's football club Jagodina, finally under that name was formed in 1962 by merging three clubs: FK Morava, FK Partizan and OFK Kablovi.
For decades, the club played in the lower ranks of competition with occasional placements in the second rank. The final step was taken in the 2007/08 season when the club qualified for the Serbian Super ligaIn the 
2011/12 season he won the best placement in history, 4th place at the end of the championship and first placement in the European cups. His first and only trophy, Serbian Cup, football club Jagodina wins in the 2012/13 season.
Capacity of original stadium, built in 1958, was 20,000 spectators. Currently Jagodina plays on modern floodlights stadium with 10,000 capacity.

This weekend has started here in Jagodina, and continued in Čačak and Novi Pazar.