Founded in 2006, the Serbian SuperLiga stands as the apex of professional football in Serbia, serving as the premier competition where clubs compete for domestic glory and the opportunity to represent the nation in European competitions.

The Serbian SuperLiga operates on a system of promotion and relegation, featuring 16 teams that engage in a double round-robin format. Each team faces its counterparts twice – once at home and once away – in the pursuit of the league title. The competitive nature of the league, marked by passionate fanbases and historic rivalries, adds to the allure of Serbian football.

One of the standout clubs is Red Star Belgrade, officially known as Crvena Zvezda. Established in 1945, Red Star boasts a rich history and is widely regarded as one of the most successful and popular football teams in Serbia. Their home ground, Rajko Mitić Stadium, named after one of their legendary players, is an iconic venue where the atmosphere during matches is nothing short of electric. Red Star’s pinnacle moment came in 1991 when they clinched the European Cup, making them the first and only club from the former Yugoslavia to achieve this prestigious feat.

Partizan Belgrade is another prominent club in Serbian football. Founded in 1945, they share a historic rivalry with Red Star, known as the “Eternal Derby.” Partizan’s home ground is the Partizan Stadium, and like their rivals, they have a storied history in domestic competitions. The club’s successes include numerous league titles and cup victories, solidifying their status as one of the top teams in Serbia.

FK Vojvodina, based in Novi Sad, is also noteworthy. Established in 1914, Vojvodina is one of the oldest football clubs in Serbia. Their home ground is the Karađorđe Stadium. While they may not have the same frequency of titles as Red Star or Partizan, Vojvodina has a respectable history and has made notable contributions to Serbian football.

The Serbian SuperLiga season typically runs from July to May, aligning with the European football calendar. This schedule allows Serbian clubs to participate in European competitions, enhancing the visibility and reputation of Serbian football on the continental stage. The summer start and spring finish provide a consistent and familiar structure for both players and fans.