After the victory of his team over Kabel, Vojvodina's boss Nenad Lalatović said he is pleased with the performance of his team and that he believes that, during the preparations in Turkey, the team's form will reach the optimum level for the start of the season.
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Students of Serbian Orthodox High School establish a football association
Vojvodina Football Club was founded on March 6, 1914 in Novi Sad by students of the Great Serbian Orthodox High School, which today bears the name of the high school “Jovan Jovanović Zmaj”. The decision to found FK Vojvodina was the desire of the Serbian youth in Novi Sad to get their own sports club to gather around. The club was founded in a hiding place, practically illegally, in the strike workshop of Mr. Sava Šijakov, at Temerinska Street No. 12, at the site of Tehnometal. It was decided that the name of the club would be Vojvodina, as an association with the former duchy of Serbia and Tamiš Banat.