1929 Yugoslav Football Championship
The 1929 National Championship (Serbo-Croato-Slovenian: Državno prvenstvo 1929. / Државно првенство 1929.) was won by Hajduk Split. The season was marked bt a major controversy at the end. BSK Belgrade finished the season at top, however because they fielded an unregistered player, they had to replay their two last matches. Having refused to play the first one against their Belgrade rivals Jugoslavija, a 3-0 defeat was registered, and later their 2-1 victory over Hajduk was not enough to grant them the title. Bosnian club SAŠK dissolved before the season began and the clubs participating was reduced to five, all Serbian or Croatian. 1929 was the first year in which the championship used a double round-robin style league, and so the stats for each team began having higher numbers.
What is 1929 Yugoslav Football Championship subject of?
1929 Yugoslav Football Championship is subject of 1929–30 in Yugoslavian football and Yugoslav Football Championship.