BELGRADE, Serbia -- UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has warned the Serbian clubs that they could be kicked out of European competitions because of fan riots and racist chants.
"Serbia is in serious danger of being kicked out of competitions at some point," Ceferin said. That would be a catastrophe for Serbian football."
Speaking of the hooligans behind the trouble, Ceferin added: "It must be made clear that those people no longer can enter stadiums."
Fan violence in and outside stadiums and racist...
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has overturned Partizan Belgrade's three-year ban from European club football after the Serbian side presented new evidence to show they have settled their national tax debts.
Partizan, currently second in the Serbian SuperLiga, were given the ban by UEFA in December for breaching club licensing and financial fair play rules, which state all clubs must be up to date on tax payments.
But, according to a statement from CAS, sport's highest court, the club presented...
Partizan Belgrade defender Nikola Milenkovic is set to join Fiorentina in a €5.1 million deal this summer, the Serbian Super Liga club have announced.
Milenkovic, 19, who joined Partizan as a youth player and was loaned out to Serbian League Belgrade side FK Teleoptik for a spell last season, moves to Italy after scoring two goals in 44 first-team performances for his club.
Partizan general manager Milos Vazura said in a statement quoted on Fiorentina's official website: "We have confirmed...
Partizan Belgrade midfielder Everton Luiz was left in tears after persistent racist abuse during his team's Serbian league victory over Rad on Sunday.
The Brazilian, who joined Partizan last year, played through monkey chants and other abuse including a racist banner in the stands where Rad fans were standing.
The banner was removed after intervention by the referee, and on Monday the Serbian Football Association suspended Rad's stadium in Belgrade until further notice because of the fans' behaviour.