BELGRADE will host 8 finals or Champions Cup finals on water polo from June 3 to 5. In addition, Belgrade will host this competition in 2022 and 2023. The organizer or organizer of the competition is VK New Belgrade.
This further means that the club will automatically get a place in the Champions League in the next two seasons and the right to participate in the final tournament. Aleksandar Šoštar, the sports director of the VK New Belgrade club, confirmed the news of this content, which was established six years ago.
Along with Mladost and Pro Recco, Partizan is the most championship-winning club in water polo history, but due to the negligence of the city and the country, they have long since disappeared from the scene. Radnički and Crvena zvezda tried for a while to bring the Serbian club’s water polo back to the big stage, but even this only lasted for a short time. The legendary Aleksandar Šapić (Aleksandar Šapić) was the best player in the world at the time, and he personally took charge of everything. Šapić has been in politics for a long time, and for many years he has been the chairman of the New Belgrade City Council, where his party is in power. Šapić let go of his wallet. His plan was to create the strongest force in Europe from New Belgrade and remove Pro Recco from the throne.
Two years ago, Šapić brought the great Vladimir Vujasinović (Vladimir Vujasinović) as a coach. MilošĆuk arrived from Mladost this summer. Today, the club has agreed to the arrival of two Serbian national team players, but they are still the world’s best center Duško Pijetlović (Duško Pijetlović) and defender Radomir Drasovich. Negotiations with Nikola Jakšić of Ferencvaros are also in the final stage. If they manage to bring Dušan Mandić and Aleksandar Ivović of Pro Recco, New Belgrade will be invincible.