All Managers of Vojvodina:

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In its long history, which lasts more than 100 years, Vojvodina had many Managers, and some of them have been on the bench of Od lady on several occasions. Most times, four, this was done by Ivica Brzić.

As for the time period, the longest (five years) on the bench of Vojvodina were Gustav Lehner, Branko Stanković and Milorad Ognjanov.

The most honorable Manager in the history of Vojvodina was Branko Stanković, who won the title of Yugoslav champion in 1966 and the Central European Cup in 1977.

The highest number of records, six (most points won in the season, the highest number of victories in the season, the least number of losses in the season, the least number of goals conceded in the season, the biggest goal difference in the season and the highest number of consecutive victories in the season), was achieved by Zoran Milinković.

All Managers of Vojvodina:

86. Nenad Lalatović (25. 6. 2019. – present)
85. Radovan Krivokapić (27. 11. 2018. – 12. 6. 2019)
84. Dragomir Okuka (18. 9. 2018. – 26. 11. 2018)
83. Aleksandar Veselinović (9. 4. – 15. 9. 2018)
82. Ilija Stolica (25. 12. 2017. – 5. 4. 2018)
81. Vladimir Buač (21. 9. – 30. 11. 2017)
80. Nenad Vanić (30. 6. – 9. 9. 2017)
79. Radoslav Batak (23.04. do 29.06. 2017)
78. Aleksandar Veselinović (4. 4. – 17. 4. 2017)
77. Dragan Ivanović (23. 12. 2016. – 20. 3. 2017)
76. Nenad Lalatović (11. 11. 2015 – 20. 12. 2016)
75. Zlatomir Zagorčić (17. 3. – 22. 10. 2015)
74. Zoran Marić (20. 5. 2014. – 3. 2015)
73. Branko Babić (8. 1. 2014 – 10. 6.2014)
72. Marko Nikolić (7. 6. 2013 – 30. 12. 2013)
71. Nebojša Vignjević (12. 9. 2012. – 4. 6. 2013)
70. Zlatimir Zagorčić (13. 4. 2012. – 12. 9. 2012)
69. Dejan Vukićević (15. 8. 2011. – 12. 4. 2012)
68. Ljubomir Ristovski (14. 6. 2011. – 14. 8. 2011)
67. Zoran Milinković (27. 5. 2010 – 30. 5. 2011)
66. Milan Đuričić (10. 3. 2010. – 18. 5. 2010)
65. Branko Babić (11. 10. 2009 – 9. 3. 2010)
64. Dragoslav Stepanović (8. 6. 2009 – 2. 10. 2009)
63. Zoran Marić (9. 3. 2009. – 8. 6. 2009)
62. Ljupko Petrović (23. 12. 2008. – 8. 3. 2009)
61. Dragan Radojičić (21. 10. 2008 – 23. 12. 2008)
60. Dragoljub Bekvalac (4. 6. 2008. – 20. 10. 2008)
59. Ivica Brzić (18. 9. 2007. – 1. 6. 2008)
58. Milovan Rajevac (17. 8. 2006. – 17. 9. 2007)
57. Zoran Marić (20. 8. 2005. – 13. 8. 2006)
56. Milan Đuričić (27. 12. 2004. – 14. 8. 2005)
55. Vladimir Petrović (24. 12. 2004. – 26. 12. 2004)
54. Branko Smiljanić (6. 1. 2004. – 9. 11. 2004)
53. Josif Ilić (2003)
52. Miroslav Vukašinović (2002 – 2003)
51. Slobodan Pavković (2001 – 2002)
50. Dragoljub Bekvalac (2000 – 2001)
49. Dragan Okuka (1999 – 2000)
48. Tomislav Manojlović (1997 – 1999)
47. Ljupko Petrović (1996 – 1997)
46. Dragoljub Bekvalac (1996)
45. Đoko Hadžijevski (1995 – 1996)
44. Milorad Kosanović (1993 – 1995)
43. Jovo Kovrlija (1991 – 1992)
42. Ivica Brzić (1990 – 1991)
41. Ljupko Petrović (1988 – 1990)
40. Ivica Brzić (1987 – 1988)
39. Tonko Vukušić (1986 – 1987)
38. Željko Jurčić (1986)
37. Vladimir Savić (1986)
36. Tomislav Kaloperović (1985)
35. Vukašin Višnjevac (1985)
34. Jovan Kovrlija (1984 – 1985)
33. Josip Duvančić (1983 – 1984)
32. Tomislav Kaloperović (1983)
31. Dušan Drašković (1980 – 1983)
30. Marko Valok (1979 – 1980)
29. Ivica Brzić (1978 – 1979)
28. Milorad Pavić (1978)
27. Branko Stanković (1977 – 1978)
26. Todor Veselinović (1974 – 1976)
25. Gojko Zec (1973 – 1974)
24. Dragoljub Milošević (1969 – 1973)
23. Ratomir Čabrić (1968 – 1969)
22. Zdravko Rajkov (1967 – 1968)
21. Branko Stanković (1964 – 1967)
20. Franja Hirman (1961 – 1964)
19. Radomir Momirski (1960 – 1961)
18. Ratomir Čabrić (1959 – 1960)
17. Antal Lika (1957 – 1959)
16. Gustav Lehner (1953 – 1957)
15. Milorad Ognjanov (1952)
14. Ljubiša Broćić (1952)
13. Branislav Sekulić (1948 – 1951)
12. Milorad Ognjanov (1945 – 1947)
11. Janoš Noj (1939 – 1941)
10. Karlo Nemeš (1939)
9. Milorad Ognjanov (1938)
8. Fric Levitus (1936 – 1938)
7. Vili Šurman (1934 – 1935)
6. Karlo Nemeš (1933)
5. Oto Hamaček (1931 – 1932)
4. Oto Nećas (1930)
3. Boško Simonović (1929)
2. Oto Nećas (1926 – 1928)
1. Kosta Hadži (1924 – 1926)