Planning a football trip to Serbia? The season has started and fixtures for the full season are available to help plan your football trip to Serbia.
The competition has been split into two stages, a conventional season and playoffs.
Each of the 16 competitors in the SuperLiga hosts every other team once in the regular season, for a total of 30 matches. A playoff phase is then played from March to May.
Teams promoted to the SuperLiga
The first club to be promoted was Proleter Novi Sad, following their 3–1 win against Radnički 1923 on 20 May 2018. Proleter will play in the Serbian SuperLiga for the first time in their history. It will also be first time ever that two teams from Novi Sad are members of top flight.
The second club to be promoted was Dinamo Vranje, following their 1–1 draw with Novi Pazar on 26 May 2018. Dinamo will play in the Serbian SuperLiga for the first time in their history.
Teams relegated to the First League
The first club to be relegated was Borac Čačak, who were relegated on 5 May 2018 following a 2–1 defeat against Rad, ending their 4-year stay in the top flight.
The second and final club to be relegated was Javor Ivanjica, who were relegated on 17 May 2018 following their 1–1 draw with Rad, ending their 3-year stay in the top flight.
A full list of fixtures can be seen on the Serbian Super Liga website
|Bačka||Bačka Palanka||Stadion Slavko Maletin Vava||4,000|
|Dinamo Vranje||Vranje||Surdulica City Stadium||3,312|
|Proleter||Novi Sad||Karađorđe Stadium||14,458|
|Rad||Belgrade||King Peter I Stadium||3,919|
|Radnik||Surdulica||Surdulica City Stadium||3,312|
|Red Star||Belgrade||Rajko Mitić Stadium||55,538|
|Vojvodina||Novi Sad||Karađorđe Stadium||14,458|
|Voždovac||Belgrade||Shopping Center Stadium||5,175|