Partizan Bardejov

Partizan Bardejov is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Bardejov. The club was founded in 1922. The club currently plays in the 2. liga, the second tier of the Slovak football league system, hosting games at the 3,040-capacity Mestsky stadion Bardejov.

History

The first club in Bardejov was founded on 12 February 1922 as BSC Bardejov. His first president was Julius Grofcik. On 18 June 1922, BSC Bardejov played its first game at their own stadium against ETVE Presov. BSC Bardejov lost 1 – 4. Mikulas Chavko was the first player from Bardejov, who started in the highest football level in Czechoslovakia. He played for I.CsSK Bratislava. Jan Chavko played for Italian side Palermo since 1947. A World cup 1962 participant Jozef Bomba played in 1964, for choice of Europe.

Clubname history

  1. 1932 – SK Bardejov
  2. 1949 – Sokol OSK Bardejov
  3. 1951 – Sokol CSSZ Bardejov
  4. 1953 – Slavoj Bardejov
  5. 1962 – TJ Partizan Bardejov
  6. 1992 – BSC JAS Bardejov
  7. 2008 – Partizan Bardejov
  8. 2019 – NFL Partizan Bardejov
  9. 2019 – Partizan Bardejov BSK
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Partizan Bardejov

team squad

goalkeepers
J
1
Ján Čikoš-Pavličko
AF
26
Alex Fojtíček
defenders
TF
3
Tomáš Filipiak
MP
4
Miroslav Petko
RZ
6
Richard Zupa
LH
12
Lukáš Horváth
Diego Costa
13
Diego Costa
SV
20
Stefan Veličković
FM
23
Filip Maník
forwards
JK
5
Jakub Konkoľ
RS
11
Romulo Silva
LC
15
Lukas Csano
ML
18
Marko Lukáč
S
19
Šimon Stachura
RK
25
Rastislav Kruzliak