FK Ovče Pole

FK Ovče Pole
Full name Fudbalski klub Ovče Pole Sveti Nikole
Founded 1925 (1925)
Ground Gradski stadion Sveti Nikole
Chairman Ilija Stoilev
Manager Toni Serafimov
League Macedonian Third League (East)
2014–15 3rd
Website Club home page

FK Ovče Pole (Macedonian: ФК Овче Поле) is a football club from Sveti Nikole, Republic of Macedonia. They currently play in the Macedonian Third League.


The club was founded in 1925 and has established itself as one of the oldest clubs in the Republic of Macedonia.[1] The club formed him for cared local merchants and craftsmen that the guild town. Football as a game was accepted with great pleasure the local population in the Sveti Nikole Municipality, which as a game for a specific urban environment, through the football game and expressed the culture of living of the population.

At the very beginning it plays naturally created meadows in Suvo pole and others, but as football evolved and became increasingly more organized as the need arose to construct a modern stadium which will provide all conditions for playing football.

The City Stadium was built in 1965 from Sveti Nikole Municipality assisted by local companies, and its construction began a real renaissance of Ovče Pole Sveti Nikole which in the coming years and achieved its greatest successes, and that is playing Macedonian Republic League in the 1970–71 season winning first place in the first part of the championship.

The greater names from that generation are: Panche Kocev, Ratko Milanov, Vane Stoilev, Blagoj Mishev, Lazo Andronikov and others. Ovče Pole also has players who was emerged of it achieved a lot in their careers some of them: Gordan Zdravkov played in the Yugoslav First League with FK Vardar, participant in the UEFA Champions League and the international player, Robert Petrov the player of the Macedonia national football team, Angel Efremov the goalkeeper of FK Vardar, Andreja Efremov the goalkeeper of FK Metalurg Skopje and FK Rabotnički and the player of the Macedonia national under-21 football team and the others.

In the club into the past he worked a youth team that took care of future of the football in his city, but one of the most important benefits that any and Sveti Nikole experienced constant promotion through the football club Ovče Pole.[2]


The Ovče Pole supporters are called Ovčari.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Republic of Macedonia GK Blagojche Monev
12 Republic of Macedonia GK David Gjorgiev
20 Republic of Macedonia GK Kristijan Atanasov

2 Republic of Macedonia DF Zlate Todorov
3 Republic of Macedonia DF Aleksandar Sazdevski
4 Republic of Macedonia DF Nenad Iliev
5 Republic of Macedonia DF Aleksandar Kostov
6 Republic of Macedonia DF Filip Mitkov
11 Republic of Macedonia DF Todor Miroslavev
17 Republic of Macedonia DF Petar Lazev
19 Republic of Macedonia DF Stojmir Milanovski
No. Position Player
7 Republic of Macedonia MF Boce Efremov
8 Republic of Macedonia MF Trajche Iliev
10 Republic of Macedonia MF Jordancho Trendafilov
13 Republic of Macedonia MF Viktor Donevski
15 Republic of Macedonia MF Dejan Malinov
16 Republic of Macedonia MF Viktor Trendafilov
18 Republic of Macedonia MF Ivan Kolev
Republic of Macedonia MF Stojanche Trajkov

9 Republic of Macedonia FW Igor Todorov
14 Republic of Macedonia FW Mile Kostov


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