Мачва ШабацMacva Sabac

Fudbalski klub Macva Sabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски клуб Мачва Шабац, lit. 'Macva Sabac Football Club') is a football club from Sabac, Serbia. One of the oldest football clubs in Serbia, their nickname is Provincijski Urugvaj (The Provincial Uruguay). The nickname was used for the first time in 1927, when the Uruguay national football team were one of the best teams in the world, and due to local people and media comparing Macva's style to that of the Uruguayan team, the main daily newspaper Politika consistently used the nickname Provincijski Urugvaj.

In the period of Yugoslavia, Macva mostly played in the lower tiers of the football system but did spend two seasons in national top flight of Yugoslavia, it was in seasons 1951 and 1952 Yugoslav First League. Afterwards, they would spend the next six decades in the Yugoslav lower-leagues but were a stable and respected lower tier club in the country.

Macva has experienced greatest success since Serbia became independent, reaching the top-tier Serbian SuperLiga for the first time ever in the 2017–18 season and reaching the top tier of Yugoslav/Serbian football for the first time in over six decades.

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Мачва ШабацMacva Sabac

team squad

goalkeepers
FS
41
Filip Samurović
MG
51
Milos Gordic
NP
69
Nikola Peric
defenders
FP
2
Filip Pejovic (K)
MK
3
Milan Kremenović (On Loan From Grafičar)
MN
4
Mario Nikolić
MP
6
Miroljub Pesic
SD
13
Stefan Dabić
MM
15
Marko Mijailovic
SS
28
Slobodan Sladojević
midfielders
SS
5
Stefan S. Tripkovic
NS
7
Nikola Subotić
IO
8
Ivan Obrovac
BM
11
Branislav Marković
OK
19
Omar Kočar
Milos Adamovic
20
Milos Adamovic
BK
21
Branislav Knezevic
OM
27
Ognjen Mijailovic
VJ
33
Vladimir Jovanović
OR
50
Ognjen Ristanović