THE ROLE OF RED STAR FOOTBALL CLUB IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF SERBIAN NATIONAL IDENTITY
VLOGA NOGOMETNEGA KLUBA CRVENA ZVEZDA PRI OBLIKOVANJU SRBSKE NACIONALNE IDENTITETE

Ivan Đorđević

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2016450108

Abstract

The main aim of this paper is to provide an analysis of social, political and historical processes, in which due to very specific circumstances Red Star Belgrade FC became the Club - Hero. As such, it inherits diverse „values“, marking the team as a real national symbol.

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V prispevku avtor analizira socialne, politične in zgodovinske procese, v katerih je zaradi specifičnih okoliščin beograjski nogometni klub Crvena zvezda zaslovel kot »klub – heroj«. V tem klubu so se gojile in ohranile različne »vrednote«, zaradi katerih se je nogometna ekipa dejansko vzpostavila kot nacionalni simbol.

Keywords

Red Star Belgrade FC; football; nationalism; former Yugoslavia; Serbia // nogometni klub Crvena zvezda; nogomet; nacionalizem; nekdanja Jugoslavija; Srbija

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