FC PARTIZAN NIKE CHILDREN'S SET WHITE

Šifra: F-1-5025

Brand: Partizan

FC Patizan Nike children's set.
The set includes a T-shirt, shorts and a pair of socks.
In white color

You can buy this official set of FC Partizan Belgrade and other fan products from the Partizan shop online.

54,49 USD
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DETALJNIJE

 

  • Original Partizan children's set, white, Nike
  • Nike logo and Partizan logo on T-shirt and shorts.
  • The set includes a T-shirt, shorts and a pair of socks.

About Partizan:

FC Partizan Belgrade (FK Partizan Belgrade) is one of the largest Serbian football clubs based in Belgrade. In its very successful history, Partizan has won a total of 46 official trophies, of which 27 national championships and 16 national cups (status 05/19). Since its founding in 1945, FC Partizan Belgrade has been a hotbed of talent and later great players of Yugoslav and Serbian football. Even today, many Partizan players, former and current, wear the jersey of the Serbian national team (Andrija Zivkovic, Adem Ljajic or Aleksandar Mitrovic).

Since 1949, Humska Street and the JNA Stadium (Yugoslav People's Army Stadium, capacity 30,000 seats) have been the home of FC Partizan football players. The gravediggers gave him the nickname "Football Temple".

Partizan fans are the so-called "Gravediggers" (Gravediggers). The gathering place of the Gravediggers is always the south stand of the stadium, hence the expression "Gravediggers from the South". Partizan has a large number of fans throughout Europe, especially in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Greece (in whose national championship FC PAOK from Thessaloniki, otherwise the sister club of FC Patizana, competes).

FC Partizan would not be what it is if it were not for FC Red Star. Their mutual encounters, better known as the "Belgrade" or "Eternal" derbies, are not only the "light motif" of Serbian football, but also one of the hallmarks of the City of Belgrade. The division of football fans into Grobare and Delije (FC Red Star fans) does not remain within the borders of Belgrade and Serbia, the passion of the fans of these clubs and the zeal with which the players play, made this derby one of the biggest in Europe.

The most successful season of the Black and Whites was 1965/1966, when they reached the finals of the European Champions Cup - today's Champions League. On the way to the final, they defeated football giants such as French Nantes and German Werder Bremen, in the first two rounds, as well as Sparta Prague in the quarterfinals. The great Manchester United was defeated in the semifinals, led by football legends George Best and Bobby Charlton. Partizan's babies, as they called the then Partizan generation, played against the famous Real Madrid in the final of the European Champions Cup in 1966 at the Heisel Stadium in Brussels. Partizan FC unfortunately lost 2: 1, despite the fact that they led with a goal by Velibor Vasović until the 70th minute. This was the first time that an Eastern European football team ever reached the final of the European Champions Cup.

Partizan was the first participant in the Champions League from Serbia since its independence, in the 2011/2012 season. when he was led by German coach Lothar Matthaus. Partizan's season in the Champions League ended in the group stage of the competition against FC Shakhtar Donetsk, FC Braga and Arsenal London.

Partizan had many football legends, starting with Stjepan Bobek (the best goal scorer with 425 goals), Velibor Vasović (who also became an Ajax legend), Dragan Mance, who tragically died at the age of 22, a player of endless talent ("This must be the first the blow he had in this game - and what a blow it was "- comment of the English TV presenter on the legendary goal of Mance against Queens Park Rangers in 1984.), through Pedja Mijatović and Mateja Kežman to the legendary captain Sasa Ilić, who wore the jersey Partizan over 800 times. Even Delije paid tribute to him, impressed by Ned's commitment to his club: "There is grain in every weed, a good captain of the worst team. Sasa Ilic, long live! ”- Delije banner at the 160th Belgrade derby.

If you are interested in Partizan fan props such as Partizan jersey, Partizan T-shirts, Partizan sweatshirts, Partizan Nike tracksuits or Partizan flags, you can now buy online in our FC Partizan online shop. Get ready for the next derby Partizan vs Crvena Zvezda in our Partizan store.

We also have a large selection for the youngest fans - Partizan children's jerseys, Partizan children's sweatshirts or Partizan children's T-shirts - all in our FC Partizan shop.

In our section of Partizan Belgrade stores, you can find everything that makes real Gravediggers happy. Also visit the black and white boutique stadium shop at Partizan Stadium when you are in Belgrade, at serbianshop.com you can buy Partizan Belgrade products online anywhere, anytime.

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